Gee....I wonder where the ChiComs got the technology to make warheads small enough to fit into MRV ICBMs?
At best, China wants dominance over Taiwan and the “Inner Sea” that extends to the Philippines, Vietnam and Japan.
They are not going to pick a fight with us.
Foxconn, owned by Taiwan-based Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. has most of its manufacturing in mainland China, where it makes Apple’s iPhone and iPad, Amazon’s Kindle and Microsoft’s Xbox.
It has 1.2 million employees and 12 factories in China and produces 40% of the world’s electronics.
One stupid military move and all those contract sales go poof and 1.2 million Chinese are unemployed. The Boxer Rebellion will look like an oolong tea party.
I really doesn’t matter if they have 100 or 3000 or 10,000 nuclear weapons. They only need the EMP from 2-3 weapons detonated at high altitude above Kansas to wipe out all things run by electricity and send us back to the 19th Century. Hundreds of millions will die and a year later the Chinese and Mexicans can easily colonize a good portion of our land mass.
Read “One Second After” by William Forstchen telling about the aftermath of such an attack. Also thank the Republican RINO Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska for gutting legislation which would have protected the power grid from an electromagnetic pulse attack. Thanks to her action, most of us will die from famine or be killed by our fellow Americans when the North Koreans, Chicoms, Russians, or Iranians decide to launch this kind of attack. http://townhall.com/video/emp-nightmare-how-iran-or-north-korea-could-destroy-america
EMP can accomplished with a medium range missile launched from a container ship off our coast. Of course a missile defense system for our homeland would also provide protection against such an attack. However, don’t count on the current president to fund it.
Here is Yesin’s original article (in Russian), use google translate:
Yesin makes many factual errors in his article. Karber could have seen those errors and amended his analysis, but he didn’t.