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U.S. intelligence agencies captured the images and declassified them over the past week to show to NATO military alliance officers, Sinclair Broadcast Group reported on Friday.
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China’s exponential arsenal growth is apparent in a juxtaposition of Tiananmen Square images on National Day, October 1, in 2009 versus 2019.

In 2009, the military parade in Beijing included a missiles display that was .48 kilometers long, or less than one-third of a mile.

But in the declassified image from the 2019 parade, the missile display extended more than two-and-a-half miles.

That’s almost tenfold.


China is “going to destroy the strategic equilibrium that has existed heretofore and they're going to propel the world into uncharted waters," said Ambassador Marshall Billingslea, who serves as a Special Presidential Envoy for Arms Control.

"These are incredibly dangerous weapons,” he said.

China’s missile activity did not stop in 2019.

This year alone, despite the coronavirus pandemic, China has conducted at least 70 ballistic or ground-launched missile tests, according to data from the State Department obtained by Sinclair.


At that rate, China is on pace to match its ballistic missile launch numbers in 2018 and 2019.

China’s launch count last year—225—is more than that of all other countries combined.

The Communist regime has been “stonewalling” American diplomats’ efforts to talk about arms control, said Billingslea, who previously served as assistant secretary of the Treasury.
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China’s expansion is so concerning that Billingslea said American officials have discussed the matter with Russians.

Billingslea spoke with Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov about pressuring China to join an arms control agreement.


“The next arms control treaty must include China,” said Billingslea, adding that Ryabkov agrees.

China’s intentions with its missile program are “not clear,” Billingslea said.

"The same kind of obsessive secrecy that they apply to the coronavirus outbreak is the kind of secrecy that they're applying to their nuclear weapons program,” he said.

 

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As reported, the newly built LM-11 manufacturing complex will supply 20 rockets annually to the market for commercial use. LM-11's design borrowed big from DF-41 so number of new ICBMs being built each year can be assumed very big now. China's estimated high yield nuclear material production are 2 times more than enough for making hundreds of hydrogen warheads each year and it seems China has resumed the production of Plutonium probably because all stocks made in cold war were used out. So their nuclear arsenals are definitely expanding rapidly, which worries the US.

Coupled with the facts that, in 2020, China rocket launches will exceed 40 and most of the payloads are sensor or communication satellites, and Type 075 LHD production is going an abnormal way that three have been under construction or fitting without even finishing all sea trials of the first vessel, China's is going full steam preparing for a war at Taiwan and West Pacific.
 

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“The next arms control treaty must include China,” said Billingslea, adding that Ryabkov agrees.
In fact, I have always been curious about the professional level of these Westerners. Do they want China to increase the number of nuclear missiles to more than 7000 the same as that of the United States, or do they want to reduce the number of nuclear missiles of the United States to 260, the same as that of China?
 

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In fact, I have always been curious about the professional level of these Westerners. Do they want China to increase the number of nuclear missiles to more than 7000 the same as that of the United States, or do they want to reduce the number of nuclear missiles of the United States to 260, the same as that of China?
They just want to control China. They can't digest the fact that anyone else can challenge their rule over the world. This is the whole problem.

China also helps many smaller countries in critical missile technologies for self defense. The NATO gang doesn't like this. They only want western countries and israel to have critical technologies.

If China was not around, the NATO gang would not allow smaller countries to even have sticks and stones for self defense.
 

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Lol. China increasing size of their parade has been spun by Yankee MIC as "10 fold increase in Chinese mil".
 

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U.S. intelligence agencies captured the images and declassified them over the past week to show to NATO military alliance officers, Sinclair Broadcast Group reported on Friday.
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China’s exponential arsenal growth is apparent in a juxtaposition of Tiananmen Square images on National Day, October 1, in 2009 versus 2019.

In 2009, the military parade in Beijing included a missiles display that was .48 kilometers long, or less than one-third of a mile.

But in the declassified image from the 2019 parade, the missile display extended more than two-and-a-half miles.

That’s almost tenfold.


China is “going to destroy the strategic equilibrium that has existed heretofore and they're going to propel the world into uncharted waters," said Ambassador Marshall Billingslea, who serves as a Special Presidential Envoy for Arms Control.

"These are incredibly dangerous weapons,” he said.

China’s missile activity did not stop in 2019.

This year alone, despite the coronavirus pandemic, China has conducted at least 70 ballistic or ground-launched missile tests, according to data from the State Department obtained by Sinclair.


At that rate, China is on pace to match its ballistic missile launch numbers in 2018 and 2019.

China’s launch count last year—225—is more than that of all other countries combined.

The Communist regime has been “stonewalling” American diplomats’ efforts to talk about arms control, said Billingslea, who previously served as assistant secretary of the Treasury.
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China’s expansion is so concerning that Billingslea said American officials have discussed the matter with Russians.

Billingslea spoke with Russian deputy foreign minister Sergei Ryabkov about pressuring China to join an arms control agreement.


“The next arms control treaty must include China,” said Billingslea, adding that Ryabkov agrees.

China’s intentions with its missile program are “not clear,” Billingslea said.

"The same kind of obsessive secrecy that they apply to the coronavirus outbreak is the kind of secrecy that they're applying to their nuclear weapons program,” he said.



All of this is blatant racism. They can't handle the fact that a non-white nation can challenge and even surpass the white nations.
 

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In fact, I have always been curious about the professional level of these Westerners. Do they want China to increase the number of nuclear missiles to more than 7000 the same as that of the United States, or do they want to reduce the number of nuclear missiles of the United States to 260, the same as that of China?
They know 260 is definitely not real and they want to know the real figure. That's why they want to drag China into the negotiation. BTW any number between 200 and 300 comes from western propaganda. China never disclosed their nuclear warhead number.
 

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All of this is blatant racism. They can't handle the fact that a non-white nation can challenge and even surpass the white nations.
That's THE root cause of their entire agony, and it has nothing to do with "democracy" or "dictatorship", or "human rights", "national securoty", "IP theft", or whatever they accuse China of.
 

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