Thursday, December 8, 2011

U.S. communist appeasement tour

The gift at the bottom of every bottle of communist appeasement:

Memory loss.

The talks on Wednesday, led by U.S. Under Secretary of Defense for Policy Michele Flournoy and the deputy chief of the People's Liberation Army General Staff, General Ma Xiaotian, went ahead despite those and other tensions, including U.S. arms sales to Taiwan in September.

Flournoy told reporters that Ma had asked about U.S. intentions behind the plan to put as many as 2,500 U.S. Marines as well as U.S. war planes and navy ships at a base in Darwin.

"We assured General Ma and his delegation that the U.S. does not seek to contain China. We do not view China as an adversary. That these posture changes were first and foremost about strengthening our alliance with Australia."

Nothing to worry about at all.


Cocidius said...

Meanwhile the Chinese starter aircraft carrier is out sailing around again, this time testing its radar and weapons systems.

Nothing to worry about folks, its purely a "defensive" weapon!

JRL said...

Ooh!! The Commie Yellow Peril has a second-hand, third-rate baby carrier. And...and.. it FLOATS!!

Run away! Run away!!

Cocidius said...

Oh we've got a live one here folks!

Third rate aircraft carriers don't come with state of the art gas turbine propulsion, advanced weapons (3 HQ-10 SAM launchers/30 MM CIWS,18 barrel multipurpose rocket launcher), and an advanced phased array radar.

If you're ready to disconnect your mouth and use your brain you can read more about the new Chinese carrier here: