Posted by: 1of10boyz | February 19, 2014

China claims Japan is secretly developing nuclear weapons


So let me get this right, the Chinese are afraid the Japs will get nuclear, even though China already is. And the Chinese are touting a surface to ship missile that they tested successfully on a simulated ship that was in the middle of the desert. Did I get that right? Uhm, I think the Chinese need to pause for a moment and reflect on the 1895 Sino-Japanese War for a moment; the difference between that scenario and what would transpire today is that the exceeding superior US fleet would likely not even get the fleet gathered to the seas around China before the entire skirmish was over and the Chinese Navy would again be resting at the bottom of the sea. I believe that the US Navy would stamp out the entire Chinese navy in less time that it took the US Army and Air Force to kick Iraq out of Kuwait. That little event took less time that it takes for paint to dry in the bilge of 637 Class submarine.

China Daily Mail

Japan Maritime Self-defence Force Japan Maritime Self-defence Force

Asia Weekly, a Hong Kong-based news outlet (Chinese controlled), is reporting that Japan is secretly developing a nuclear weapons program in response to increasing hostilities with China over the East China Sea dispute.

According to the report, paraphrased by the Want China Times,

“With the capability to build at least 2,000 nuclear warheads, Japan has recently demanded the United States return 300 kilograms of plutonium. A Japanese military analyst told Yazhou Zhoukan that Washington has paid close attention to the potential development of nuclear weapons in Japan.”

Asia Weekly, known as Yazhou Zhoukan, is a popular Chinese-language platform with a 20 year publishing history.

The article notes that Mitsubishi, Hitachi and Toshiba all possess expertise in the area of nuclear energy and along with 200 other small companies could all be called upon to kick-start a nuclear weapons program. Japan already has over 40 tonnes…

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