But yeah beyond initiative manufacturing is key to victory in modern warfare hey - and China is the leader in this area. China could build many troop/equipment carrier transport sub's for an invasion of North America and nobody would know until they reach USA. Russian manufacturing ability was superior to German and yes all those tanks did help. US manufacturing power was superior to Japanese which is why US was able to win in the Pacific - Yamamoto knew this before the war which is why he sought an early decisive battle with the US side - he knew that in the long run US manufacturing would defeat Japan and it did. Modern war will not last as long as wars did in the time of WW2 but manufacturing before the war will be a key to victory and when it comes to manufacturing China is king. So yeah build those j20s. And how about some carrier sub's.
I used to watch Fox News a lot you know. I studied it for a few years. That John Bolton clown was often used as a contributor - I think he was unemployed or something. Its funny to me that Trump has given him a job. A good percentage of Trumps staff have worked at Fox News. Its hilarious. John Bolton. Ha. I would make him beg before I killed him. If I was leading the East.
Mind you it is "its" when you intend to mean possession.
Easy way to remember this is to regard the apostrophe as the letter i.
Yep, manufacturing is the key.
That's why American simply won't win the next war.
Population and manufacturing -- those are they key components of protracted war.
The only problem is that the U.S. realizes this problem so it is developing the capabilities for the next blitzkrieg" or "lightning war."
That's why unless we are in constant vigilance, the Americans will have the initiative to attack with blitzkrieg weapons.
With the termination of the Medium Range Ballistic Missiles Treaty, the U.S. will concentrate on improving such weapons in order to succeed in the first engagement.
We beat them twice in Korea and Vietnam.
We can certainly beat them again in the South China Sea using our assassin's mace weapons.
All done to satisfy the curiosity of war planners in the Pentagon who see things only in you -win, I-lose categories.
They lack the maturity of an ancient civilization like China's, which places its faith in harmony and the eventual coming together of all human societies.
That's why Chinese aren't embarrassed to learn from anyone, while white Americans are mostly loners who feel uncomfortable living with, let alone learning from 'colored' peoples whose skin colors are often more attractive-looking than those of the pale whites.