China Building Massive Military Islands – Why it does matter

Posted: May 25, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Philippine's military capture a picture of new Islands.

Philippine’s military capture a picture of new Islands.

Andrew Pontbriand

May 25, 2015

“Foreign military aircraft, this is Chinese navy. You are approaching our military alert zone. Leave immediately.” This was audio received by a manned US surveillance plane from the Chinese Navy. The US has been flying what is now declassified surveillance flights over the South China Sea.fiery_cross2

A Navy P8-A Poseidon has been flying over the Fiery Cross Reef, in the Spratly Island chain where the Chinese have reclaimed its territory and has undergone enormous island building operations in waters as deep as 300 feet. China claims ownership of virtually the entire South China Sea, which is home to some of the busiest maritime trade routes in the world.

As the US media continues to push fear of radical terrorism, and ISIS invading our shores at any moment, the Chinese continue to challenge the United States as the world’s superpower. Of course, the mainstream media will never print a story with a headline that suggests China may be being antagonized by the United States, but rather, it will state the US is looking out for “the interests of the international community and international law.”

 

China and Russia are quietly rebuilding and reforming as the United States spends itself into a defense budget black hole, hyperinflating its currency until it is weak enough that it fails. The superpowers aforementioned are well aware of the mathematical absolute, that the dollar will crash and creditors and those who hold US Treasuries and debt will come to collect. It is no wonder why the Mainstream Media focuses most of its time on fear mongering a phantom threat. All the while, China continues to expand its presence in the South China Sea, seemingly working non-stop 24 hours a day, 7 days a week constructing the massive man-made islands. It is as if they are in a rush to do so.

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  1. […] China has been working literally 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, dredging sand from the ocean and building up man-made islands in disputed waters. What are they building you ask? Well what else would it be other than a […]

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