Personal pronouns are more important than nuclear war, right?
· Nov 4, 2021 ·

Boy am I glad that the U.S. military has its priorities straight!

The Pentagon said Wednesday that China is rapidly expanding its nuclear arsenal and could have 1,000 nuclear warheads by 2030, part of Beijing's ambitious military buildup.

The updated estimate marks a dramatic increase from the projection reported in last year's China Military Power report, which placed the tally around 400 warheads within a decade.

Basically, not only has China been flying hypersonic missiles that can evade our missile defense systems, but they are also going to have at least twice as many nukes in the next 9 years than we thought just a year ago.

"Over the next decade, the PRC aims to modernize, diversify and expand its nuclear forces," the Pentagon warned in a congressionally mandated report, referring to the People's Republic of China.

"The PRC is investing in, and expanding, the number of its land, sea and air-based nuclear delivery platforms and constructing the infrastructure necessary to support this major expansion of its nuclear forces," the report said, adding that China has begun building at least three intercontinental ballistic missile silo facilities.

CNBC lets us know that everything is fine though, because America has 3,750 nukes and it's not like China is on pace to surpass us or that it only takes relatively few nukes to exterminate humanity.

Washington has previously called on China to join the U.S. and Russia in a new arms control treaty.

I'm sure they'll get right on that.


The report also raises concerns over Beijing's increasingly aggressive behavior toward Taiwan.

"Although the PRC publicly advocates for peaceful unification with Taiwan, the PRC has never renounced the use of military force; the circumstances under which the PRC has historically indicated it would consider using force remain ambiguous and have evolved over time," the Pentagon's report said.

The report added that China possesses "a range of options for military campaigns against Taiwan," including potential air and maritime blockades to a full-scale amphibious invasion.

Well, at least it's not like Taiwan thinks war is inevitable—

Er, at least the U.S. has a strong Commander of the Armed Forces—

Um, well, I guess at least the other government and military leaders—

I wonder if the WW3 movies will all be in Chinese a hundred years from now... 😫

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