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    Quote Originally Posted by Oracle View Post

    Colonel, the Chinese have built water and fuel storage on all 3 of those islands.

    If one goes by the map of this article - SAMs And Anti-Ship Missiles Are Now Guarding China's Man-Made South China Sea Islands - there are 8 Chinese outposts, of which I believe 3 has been occupied already, and 5 remains.
    And ask the Japanese how well their larger outposts fared like Guadalcanal where they had an extremely difficult time replenishing and reinforcing that island and the US just a bit above sticks and stones at the time.
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    John Bolton: "This is not a Chinese province and will not be."
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbm3fan View Post
    And ask the Japanese how well their larger outposts fared like Guadalcanal where they had an extremely difficult time replenishing and reinforcing that island and the US just a bit above sticks and stones at the time.
    China's pre-historic study have recently thrown up a lot of unknown facts that most of the modern world never knew existed before. While the United States hides aged Nazi scientists in Area 51 fiddling with stealth technology, China has found fossils of the Peking Man holding dragon eggs. The shape in which the fossil was extracted, indicates that he was trying to protect those eggs from being stolen. Who else but the British, Europeans and Americans. Maybe, Indians too.

    Here is a Chinese man holding one of the dragon eggs:
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    After giving the Peking Man a decent burial alongwith a Peking Duck for company or maybe food, the Chinese started to analyze the genome sequence of the eggs. The breakthrough, came in early 2018. Cambridge and MIT educated Chinese scientists successfully extracted a DNA sample from one of those eggs. Unknown sources have confirmed that Chinese scientists have started harvesting the DNA samples with the idea to create a Super Dragon, which went extinct due to the Chimera virus. The carrier then was vector borne mosquitoes, which picked up the virus probably from the Americans or the Europeans while they were on Chinese waters, 3 million years back. Defense analysts say that by early 2020 they'd have a prototype of the dragon ready, which is why China is buying and storing huge amounts of fuel, for the dragon to spit out fire. Chinese technologists are also perfecting a technique by which they'd use Artificial Intelligence to control the brain of the dragon, to distinguish friend from foe. Its brain already have a complex mesh of neural networks that aid in jamming capabilities, and eyes that uses x-ray to scan a million miles into the space.

    It's still early days, but with a million AI-enabled dragons spitting fire at Mach-1000, flying over the skies from China to America, India to Saudi Arabia, Europe to Russia, China is hoping to paint the world red. When asked for a reaction, a senior General of the PLA mocked, "when our dragons are ready, there will be no instance of a prolonged war. It'll be over quick. In minutes." Chinas' Defence Ministry spokesperson has rubbished claims of China building a Dragonoid arms race, while stating that China will rise peacefully with all its international obligations intact. He also stated that anybody with a proper visa can visit China and see dragon eggs that have been placed in Jingshan Park, north of the Forbidden City, in the Imperial City Area of Beijing.

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    Dragon eggs in Jingshan Park, Beijing
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