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11-15-2010, 12:31 AM
Wayne Madsen: China Fired Missile Seen In Southern California

Pentagon and its embedded media covering up Chinese show of force off LA

China flexed its military muscle Monday evening in the skies west of Los Angeles when a Chinese Navy Jin class ballistic missile nuclear submarine, deployed secretly from its underground home base on the south coast of Hainan island, launched an intercontinental ballistic missile from international waters off the southern California coast. WMRs intelligence sources in Asia, including Japan, say the belief by the military commands in Asia and the intelligence services is that the Chinese decided to demonstrate to the United States its capabilities on the eve of the G-20 Summit in Seoul and the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit in Tokyo, where President Obama is scheduled to attend during his ten-day trip to Asia.


11-15-2010, 01:10 AM
so I have to take the word of a noted conspiracy theorist?

11-15-2010, 09:09 AM
Hmmm... Madsen thinks that the Israelis tried to sink the Cole, and that they own CNN, and Eliot Spitzers prosecution was caused by Mossad.

Sounds like Gator has been moonlighting as a "journalist".

Good choice of forum for this at least.

11-23-2010, 04:02 PM
I heard Rush talking about this. He accumulated most (or all) of the footage and had some un named experts over to analyze. The verdict was it was not a plane. It was a missile. I only mention this because Rush is far from a conspiracy nut.

11-24-2010, 02:38 AM
I'm starting to wonder if the Chinese missile and the NK hostilities are related.

Here's a theory: NK asks China for permission to hit SK. China gives them the go-ahead, because SK is a huge electronics/software competitor & China profits from being the only stable Asian power. China then sends a cryptic message to the US through back channels that if Obama knows what's good for him he'll back off and not take aggressive action toward NK. The missile launch was to underscore the warning.