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os sigo continuamente y estoy con vosotros, solo que cada vez mi tiempo es más limitado. Os envío un link que está en inglés, espero que si lo considerais de importancia alguien lo traduzca. Con este artículo, que no deja de ser un reporte del Pentágono y otros muchos similares, creo que no debemos de preocuparnos por la crisis energética, sencillamente no llegaremos a ella. El mundo está locooooooo.
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U.S. at War With Beijing, Reports Cite China as No. 1 Threat
Charles R. Smith
Thursday, June 17, 2004
The U.S. government has cited China as the No. 1 threat to global security for the second time in less than a month.
Both the Pentagon and the Commission on U.S-China Economic and Security Review cited Beijing as a major threat to U.S. national security. The two reports noted the growing military capability of China combined with its predatory economic policy is aimed directly at the United States.

The latest report released by the U.S.-China Economic and Security Review Commission was approved by a "unanimous vote of all eleven Commissioners." According to the Commission China's co-operation on international security matters is "un-satisfactory."


The Commission examined in depth the extent of ongoing co-operation between China and the United States on traditional national security matters, most particularly China's assistance in re-solving the North Korea nuclear weapons crisis. The Commission believes that China's performance in this area to date has been unsatisfactory, and we are concerned that U.S. pressure on trade disputes and other unrelated aspects of the relationship may have been toned down by the administration as a concession for China's hoped-for cooperation on this and other vital security matters."
Economic War

According to the report, China is deliberately using economic warfare against America to seek a "competitive advantage over U.S. manufacturers."

"Economic fundamentals suggest that the Chinese yuan is undervalued, with a growing consensus of economists estimating the level of undervaluation to be anywhere from fifteen to forty percent. The Chinese government persistently intervenes in the foreign exchange market to keep its exchange rate pegged at 8.28 yuan per dollar, and through these actions appears to be manipulating its currency valuation," states the report.

The Commission also noted that China is violating its pledges to the World Trade Organization and that U.S. investors may actually be investing in the PLA military expansion.


"China has deliberately frustrated the effectiveness and debased the value of the WTO's TRM (Transitional Review Mechanism) which was intended to be a robust mechanism for assessing China's WTO compliance and for placing multilateral pressure on China to address compliance shortfalls."

"Without adequate information about Chinese firms trading in international capital markets, U.S. investors may be unwittingly pouring money into black box firms lacking basic corporate governance structures, as well as enterprises involved in activities harmful to U.S. security interests," noted the report.

Weapons for Oil

The Commission report also noted that China continues to proliferate advanced weapons to many of its client states including North Korea, Pakistan, and Iran. In addition, China now appears to be willing to trade weapons for oil.

"China's growing energy needs, linked to its rapidly expanding economy, are creating economic and security concerns for the United States. China's energy security policies are driving it into bilateral arrangements that undermine multilateral efforts to stabilize oil supplies and prices, and in some cases may involve dangerous weapons transfers," stated the report.

"China has sought energy cooperation with countries of concern to the United States, including Iran and Sudan, which are inaccessible by U.S. and other western firms. Some analysts have voiced suspicions that China may have offered WMD-related transfers as a component of some of its energy deals," noted the Commission.

New Weapons

The Commission report also revealed that Russia has sold China a more advanced version of the deadly SUNBURN (3M83 Moskit) cruise missile. Nikolay Shcherbakov, adviser to the director general of the Altair Naval Scientific Research Institute of Electronic Engineering, is reported as saying that "we are supplying China with new-generation equipment. We have been allowed to supply MOSKIT supersonic antiship cruise missiles with twice the range - 240km instead of the existing 120."

The Commission also noted a growing concern that China would use nuclear weapons to attack and defeat U.S. forces in the event of a war over Taiwan.

"Recognizing the possible involvement of the U.S. military, the current scholarship on China's R & D finds that PRC strategists believe that a superior navy could be defeated through the disabling of its space-based systems, as for example, by exo-atmospheric detonation of a nuclear warhead to generate an electromagnetic pulse," stated the report.

In addition, the Commission noted that China is pursuing an advanced laser weapon for use against Taiwanese and U.S. forces.

"It has recently been reported that China has successfully developed a laser cannon with a range of more than one hundred kilometers and might have already deployed it in Fujian Province facing Taiwan."

Shooting War in 2005

The Commission's report painted a deadly and growing picture of the Chinese threat with a possible conflict only a year away.

"The China Affairs Department of the Democratic Progressive Party published a report on China's basic military capabilities in which it said that Beijing had developed a 'sudden strike' strategy to attack Taiwan. This story discussed a scenario in which an attack would consist of an initial seven-minute shock and strike missile barrage that would paralyze Taiwan's command system, followed by seventeen minutes in which Taiwan's air space will be invaded by fighter jets. Within twenty-four hours of the strike, 258,000 Chinese troops could be deployed in Taiwan. China's fast-growing military modernization and expansion is aimed at a possible war between 2005 and 2010, according to the report," stated the Commission report.


In early June the Pentagon released a Congressionally mandated report on Chinese military developments. The Pentagon report outlined the double-digit increases in Chinese defense spending and major weapons purchases from Russia.

China currently is third in total defense spending, behind the U.S. and Russia, with nearly $100 billion a year now budgeted for the PLA. The Pentagon report noted that the PLA double-digit increases are expected to continue through 2010.

According to the report, the Chinese build-up of ballistic missiles has changed the balance of power in the Pacific, threatening to start a war over Taiwan. China currently has an estimated 550 short-range missiles opposite Taiwan.

"China most likely will be able to cause significant damage to all of Taiwan's airfields and quickly degrade Taiwan's ground based air-defenses and associated command and control through a combination of SRBMs (short range ballistic missiles), land-attack cruise missiles, special operation forces and other assets," stated the Pentagon report. The Pentagon report noted that China is increasing its long-range missile capability and is expected to expand its inventory to 30 such missiles by the end of 2005. The Pentagon anticipates the Chinese long-range nuclear missile force will exceed 60 before the end of the decade.

Nuclear War

The Pentagon report also warned that Chinese military strategists are considering the use of nuclear weapons against U.S. and Taiwanese forces. According to the Pentagon, a nuclear weapon detonated at high altitude would create an "electromagnetic" shock wave that will disrupt U.S. communications and scramble sophisticated military computers. "PLA theorists who have become aware of these electromagnetic effects may have considered using a nuclear weapon as an unconventional attack option," stated the Pentagon report.

Chinese authorities have reacted explosively to the recent reports, especially over the U.S. commitment to Taiwan. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Jianchao underscored the unstable nature of China's relationship by threatening to use military force to seize control of the tiny island nation.

According to the official PRC news Xinhua, China will never tolerate "Taiwan independence", neither will China allow anybody to split Taiwan from the motherland with any means.

"The Taiwan independence activities are the greatest threats to the peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait," stated Liu. The official PRC spokesman also asked the United States to stop selling advanced weapons to Taiwan under any pretenses and refrain from sending wrong signals to Taiwan.


RADIO APPEARANCES
The Jerry Hughes Show on Friday, 6/18/04, at 3 p.m. Eastern time. Show information at http://www.cilamerica.com.

The George Putnam Show on Friday, 6/18/04, at 4 p.m. Eastern time (1 p.m. on the West Coast) on KSPA, 1510 AM, Ontario, and on the "CRN Radio Network" - Web radio link at www.crni.net.

The Charlie Smith Show on the American Freedom Network on Monday, 6/21/04, at 11 a.m. Eastern time. Show information at http://www.amerifree.com.

The Greg Allen Show on Wednesday, 6/23/04, at 11 a.m. Eastern time. Show information at http://www.therightbalance.org/index.html.








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''The U.S. government has cited China as the No. 1 threat to global security for the second time in less than a month.''
No es ninguna sorpresa para quienes vean venir el futuro sin ser adivinos, más si conocemos la situación del petróleo.
Pronto se hablará de nuevo del peligro amarillo, y quién sabe si de presuntas alianzas chino-musulmanas...
La cuestión no es que la gente se crea estas campañas medíaticas, (porque en Europa casi nadie se cree ya al IV Reich anglosajón), sino por qué tana conformidad de corderos hacia el mat :| adero.









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con esperanzas vacías".
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Dejé comentarios traducidos sobre China y USA hace unos días; la interrelación es muy grande y la mutua dependencia también: a la industria de EE.UU. le interesa el mercado chino, puesto que el que tiene poder adquisitivo en su propio país ya está saturado (y del resto pasa olímpicamente) mientras que en China está emergiendo una nueva clase social con alto nivel adquisitivo (¿hace falta decir de dónde saca el dinero?), y por otro lado al comercio de EE.UU. le interesa garantizarse el suministro de mercancía barata made in China para atender la demanda estadounidense del país, pues también es creciente el mercado de menguante nivel adquisitivo y hábitos de consumo compulsivos.

Las declaraciones públicas de hostilidad forman parte del equilibrio político entre ambos.

Por otro lado, leí hace unos días, ya no recuerdo si acá, que Japón ha firmado con Irán un importante acuerdo de suministro de petroleo, cosa que a los estadounidenses les ha fastidiado y preocupado ... pero Iran se está ganando a la opinión pública mundial al abrirse a todas las inspecciones nucleares solicitadas.

Así que, en mi opinión, tampoco hace falta creerse todas las retóricas hostiles emitidas por las oficinas de propaganda ... forman parte del marketing y de la rivalidad comercial.


Saludos, Marga


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