Pentagon Warns of Chinese Arms Dominance

Essentially after decades of radicalizing Islam (See also HERE), the Soviet Union had achieved its goal in distracting America instead focusing on the enemy behind the enemy: Today’s neo-Soviet Union along with China, creating One Clenched Fist.

Russia had bode its time and stuck to its long-term objective of taking out America while it has squanders all resources, time, effort, money and lives on chasing terrorists around with an endless supply of human replacements in the pipeline.

What’s more, in today’s times, even the attention of Americans is now being taken off Islam and focused on NWO conspiracy theories and red herrings by people like Alex Jones, — who likely is on Russian payroll — where ironically nobody can identify a single individual.

 

‘Alarmed’ at PRC buildup over last 15 years

China’s development of precision weapons and other advanced capabilities has undermined U.S. military superiority, the Pentagon’s senior weapons developer told Congress on Wednesday.

“We’re at risk and the situation is getting worse,” Frank Kendall, undersecretary of defense for acquisition, said.

Kendall singled out China’s military buildup as a major worry, noting that in 1994 the communist state was assessed by U.S. intelligence agencies to be a backward military power, but one that would be more advanced in 10 or 15 years.

He also noted Russia’s increasingly threatening military posture.

“The intelligence estimates were correct,” he said, of China. “And I became, I think it’s fair to say, alarmed as soon as I started seeing technical intelligence reports on China’s modernization programs.”

“And I can say the same with Russia’s modernization programs as well,” he added.

The U.S. military was dominant following the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, he said, and the U.S. action in the Persian Gulf war demonstrated the nation’s conventional force prowess.

But beginning in 2001 the military has focused on counterinsurgency and counterterrorism campaigns against a very different kind of threat.

“No one observed more carefully the dominance that we demonstrated in 1991 than the Chinese,” Kendall said, referring to U.S. precision arms capabilities, stealth forces, and ability to conduct wide area surveillance.

“And what I’m seeing [now] in foreign modernization, again, particularly China’s, is a suite of capabilities that are intended, clearly to me, at least, to defeat the American way of doing power projection, [the] American way of warfare when we fight in an expeditionary manner far from the United States,” Kendall said.

Full article: Pentagon Warns of Chinese Arms Dominance (Washington Free Beacon)

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