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A good reason to keep on transferring technology to China - RF Cafe Forums

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 Post subject: A good reason to keep on transferring technology to China
Posted: Fri Jul 15, 2005 8:30 am 
"If the Americans draw their missiles and position-guided ammunition on to the target zone on China's territory, I think we will have to respond with nuclear weapons," Zhu Chenghu, a major general in the People's Liberation Army, said at an official briefing, according to the Financial Times.

Does anyone know chariman Bernard Schwartz at Loral Space & Communications? Maybe he can have his company send more engineers and scientists to China to help them make their wobbly ICBM platforms even more stable. They sure did a fine job in the 1990s. Without Bernie and Loral, the Chicoms couldn't even make the threat credibly. But what the hell, it put a lot of money into the campaign coffers of a certain party here in the U.S.

Our defense contractors have been running over each other trying to sell into China and locate our technology there. Ditto for aerospace, both aircraft and spacecraft.

We've sold our security for cheaper prices at Wal-Mart. Thanks.

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Posted: Fri Jul 15, 2005 12:53 pm 
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