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South China Sea Showdown: How Vietnam Would Wage W.a.r Against China



South China Sea Showdown: How Vietnam Would Wage War Against China

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Vietnam has reason to worry about China — particularly China’s increasing presence in the South China Sea complete with air bases on artificial islands and a massive maritime militia comprised of fishing boats, with crews answering directly to the People’s Liberation Army. Vietnam has its own claims in the region, and recent naval patrols and a landing by a Chinese H-K bomber in the Paracel Islands — a first — have amounted to a violation of Vietnam’s sovereignty, Vietnam’s Foreign Ministry stated on May 21. What’s less clear is how Vietnam would respond if tensions with China were to ever escalate to armed conflict. The scenario is not out of reach. China’s single war since the Korean War was with Vietnam in 1979. In 1988, Chinese troops and naval gunfire killed 64 Vietnamese soldiers at the Johnson South Reef. And during the past few years, Vietnam has patiently bolstered its military with the help of a long-time partner, Russia, clearly in response to China’s own maneuvers at sea. Recommended: Why an F-22 Raptor Would Crush an F-35 in a ‘Dogfight’. Recommended: Air War: Stealth F-22 Raptor vs. F-14 Tomcat (That Iran Still Flies). Recommended: A New Report Reveals Why There Won’t Be Any ‘New’ F-22 Raptors. Vietnam’s military doctrine is also closely guarded, according to a recent article by defense analyst Derek Grossman of the RAND Corporation, a research institute with close ties to the U.S. Air Force. But there are a few key attributes of Vietnam strategy that tells us how it would likely confront China at sea — and those date back to wars Vietnam has fought, and won, in the past. ‘People’s war’ An important concept in Vietnamese warfighting is the “people’s war.” “How could the Vietnamese nation have defeated an imperialist power such as France which was backed by the U.S.?” the legendary Vietnamese general Vo Nguyen Giap wrote in People’s War, People’s Army, …
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  1. Vietnam will hv all their spratlies stolen from china wipe out if they do not reconcile ;like what duterte hv done; with china.

  2. Virtually all of Asia hates the Chinese bullies. Japan's Article 9 has outlived its usefulness. Time for Japan to become a nuclear superpower.

  3. China Push 1 button, unloads all Intercontinental ICBM from just 1 Nuclear Submarine. Vietnam get a Nuclear Bomb drop on every square inch in it's country in less than 20 Minutes. Game Over. Vietnam is wiped off the face of the Planet instantly. Shut the Fuck Up.

  4. Vietnam has all rights, based on international law, to strengthen, defend, and RESIST Chinese military aggression..

  5. This is WESTERN PROPAGANDA, Vietnam and China are Brothers. China helped kick the Yankees out of Vietnam during the vietnam war…. Stop spreading your rubbish lies!!!!!! China and Vietnam do a lot of trade on the border. you obverously have no idea

  6. Not all Vietnamese hate China. But almost all Vietnamese hate the USA for the scale of destruction and suffering it brought to Vietnam. Memories die hard! Vietnamese of course welcomes American investments and military aid but just waiting for the right time to pay back in kind.

  7. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6i0kca
    Although the U.S. Defense Department and North American Aerospace Defense Command have speculated publicly that the unidentified contrail of a projectile soaring into the skies off the California coast – and recorded by a KCBS television crew – came from a jet and posed no security threat to the U.S., several experts are raising provocative and disturbing questions about the government’s official response, reports Joseph Farah’s G2 Bulletin.

    Two governmental military experts with extensive experience working with missiles and computer security systems have examined the television video and conclude the mysterious contrail originating some 30 miles off the coast near Los Angeles did not come from a jet – but rather, they say the exhaust and the billowing plume emanated from a single source nozzle of a missile, probably made in China.

    They further suggest the missile was fired from a submerged Chinese nuclear submarine off America’s coast, and point out that the timing of the alleged Chinese missile shot coincided with an increasing confrontation between the U.S. and China, and was likely meant to send a message to Washington.

    Indeed, the Federal Aviation Administration documents that there were no aircraft flying in the area at that time, the night of Nov. 8.

    “The question that still must be answered is why NORAD’s muted response was simply that North America was not threatened, and later our government approved the lame excuse that the picture recorded was simply an aircraft leaving a contrail,” said retired U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Jim Cash.

    A former U.S. Air Force fighter pilot and commander of an F-15 squadron and an F-16 wing, Cash was assigned to NORAD as an assistant director of operations at the Cheyenne Mountain complex near Colorado Springs, Colo., and is fully knowledgeable of NORAD procedures.

    “There is absolutely no doubt that what was captured on video off the coast of California was a missile launch, was clearly observed by NORAD, assessed by a four-star general in minutes, and passed to the president immediately,” he said.

    Even more ominously, cautioned Cash: “We must question the timing of this shot across our bow. The president was abroad being diplomatic, which means trying to placate China which is becoming overly concerned with our handling a totally out-of-control deficit in spending.”

    Wayne Madsen, a former naval officer who has worked at the National Security Agency and the Naval Data Automation Command, said the inability to pick up what he described as a Chinese Jin-class submarine-launched ballistic missile isn’t the first time U.S. Navy anti-submarine warfare sensors have failed.

    Madsen, who today is an investigative journalist, said the Pentagon is working “overtime with the media and on the Internet to cover up the latest debacle. However, even some reporters who cover the Pentagon full-time are beginning to question the Pentagon’s version of events … over the skies west of Los Angeles.”

    Dr. Lyle J. Rapacki of Sentinel Intelligence Services, LLC, said the contrail incident off the Los Angeles coast is “fraught with peril” due to the defense systems and protocols in place that should have detected the alleged submarine.

    “The decision to officially announce that North America was not threatened,” he said, “and all the excitement was due to an aircraft leaving a contrail is a decision that reaches beyond the four-star general level and goes directly to a decision made by the commander-in-chief.”

    G2 Bulletin calls to the Pentagon and NORAD for comment beyond previous official statements were not returned.

  8. China does naval exercises inside california waters and they also killed millions of american on american soil

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