Sunday, August 23, 2015

• China retaliates? Massive explosion rips through U.S. military ammunitions storage facility near Tokyo; sabotage device found on the scene - by Mike Adams

China retaliates?
Massive explosion rips through U.S. military ammunitions storage facility near Tokyo; sabotage device found on the scene

Sunday, August 23, 2015 by Mike Adams

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(NaturalNews) To anyone who still doesn't believe the world's largest nations aren't already engaged in a global covert war involving kinetic weapons, currencies and cyber warfare, add this event to your list of things to ponder:

Less than one day after another massive explosion destroyed a portion of Shandong, China, another explosion has ripped through a U.S. Army munitions storage facility near Tokyo, Japan, utterly destroying the facility.

This all takes place just ten days after the apocalyptic explosion at Tianjin China, which many people believe was instigated by the Pentagon in response to China's currency devaluation announced one day earlier.

Shortly after this event took place, Natural News exclusively reported the "bombshell" news that China and the United States were engaged in a covert war. Now, as more and more of these events begin lining up, it's becoming increasingly obvious to everyone that these explosions are not mere coincidence. They are, in fact, deliberate acts of war between China and the United States.

An important article to read on all this is Dave Hodges' piece The Chinese Plan to Occupy America.

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CHINA: Stealing Technology
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CHINA - US WAR on Currency - Economy

Red List News is also doing a fantastic job of publishing video interviews on these topics with people like Steve Quayle, and the team at All News Pipeline is sounding the warning bells on an almost daily basis.

Timeline of events so far
  • August 11, 2015: China devalues the Yuan by 1.9%, sending "shockwaves" around the world and setting off a devastating impact to the U.S. economy.
  • August 12, 2015: Tianjin is reportedly struck by Pentagon's secret "Rod of God" weapon, a space-based top-secret kinetic weapon that can be dropped from high orbit to strike almost any land-based target. The weapon instantly destroys six city blocks on the edge of the city of Tianjin, sending a message to China that's eerily similar to the message sent by the United States in the dropping of the world's first atomic weapons on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in World War II.
  • August 17, 2015: Natural News publishes bombshell story and exclusive photos of military helicopters circling Beijing, along with warnings that China is on the verge of declaring "regional martial law" because of escalating war tensions with both the United States and Japan. I also wrote about China's upcoming Sep. 3rd celebration of the "defeat of Japan" in World War II, exactly 70 years ago.
  • August 22, 2015, later in the day U.S. time: A massive explosion rips through a U.S. Army munitions storage facility near Tokyo, obliterating it.
China now retaliating with sabotage and currency warfare
This latest explosion is an act of retaliation waged by the Chinese against two of China's greatest enemies: Japan and the United States:

"The Wall Street Journal reported that a spokesman for police in Kanagawa Prefecture said two steel pipes were found planted in the ground with electric cables in the camp." (SOURCE)

"... the base is used to house military families" reports The Mirror UK.

The new fronts of warfare: Cyber war, currency war and kinetic war
What we are all witnessing here is a dangerous escalation of covert war activities between China and the United States involving three fronts of warfare:
  • Front #1) Cyber warfare. (Hacking U.S. military personnel records, seizing control over key infrastructure control systems, etc.)
  • Front #2) Currency warfare. This war is already in full force, and we can expect to see yet more currency manipulations attempts from China that are designed to cause economic carnage across America.
  • Front #3) Sabotage and kinetic warfare. This is what we have just seen at the U.S. Army base near Tokyo. Watch for more sabotage attacks, explosions and kinetic "coincidences" to occur throughout the remainder of 2015.
America is already at war with China
you see, and the escalation of this 
war is now evident.

Watch for wild swings in equities and currencies this coming week in the U.S. stock market, and know that China is the financial force behind much of the turmoil we are experiencing.

GET INFORMED: Read my military analysis articles on China and the Pentagon's space-based weaponsI have written a detailed analysis of China's cyber warfare posture and tactics against the United States in this widely-cited article.

I've also written a mathematical analysis of the "Rod of God" orbital kinetic weapon system, determining that such a system can quite readily deliver the scale of the initial explosion we witnessed in Tianjin on August 12th.


China's foreign ministry angrily denies that the Chinese military hacked into American companies after the United States accuses five officers of stealing trade secrets. Video provided by Reuters Newslook

BEIJING – Chinese officials summoned the U.S. ambassador to its foreign ministry and suspended a joint working group on cyber-security with the U.S. on Tuesday, a day after the U.S. Department of Justice indicted five Chinese military officers on charges of cyberspying on U.S. companies.

The charges are false and should be withdrawn, foreign ministry spokesman Hong Leitold a news briefing in Beijing, while China's Ministry of Defense warned that the U.S. was damaging military-to-military relations. Qin Gang, another foreign ministry spokesman, said Monday that China "will react further to the U.S. 'indictment' as the situation evolves."

Additional steps by authorities may involve punishing U.S. companies in China, including the six firms listed in the indictment as suffering huge losses from China's cyber attacks, two seasoned foreign observers of the U.S.-China rivalry said Tuesday.

"There may be specific actions against U.S. companies, we may see U.S. faces in the equivalent of 'Wanted' posters," that the FBI released Monday with pictures of the alleged Chinese hackers, said Duncan Clark, an expert on China's Internet and chairman of advisory firm BDA China. "The companies named that did cooperate with the FBI, will they be singled out?"

The suspension of cybersecurity cooperation is no big deal, "as those talks were not headed anywhere," said James McGregor, Greater China chairman of U.S. advisory firm APCO China, and an expert on foreign business in China. But Beijing could take retaliatory measures, he warned. "China is feeling very muscular and put upon at the same time, so American companies need to be concerned," said McGregor.

China announced Tuesday that government offices cannot install Microsoft's Windows 8 operating system in new government computers, following the end of support for the 13-year-old Windows XP system, reported the Xinhua news agency. While the decision likely involves cost, the news sparked online speculation that China aims at beefing up cybersecurity against U.S. agents.

China's state-run media covered the indictment Tuesday, but mostly with a brief summary, highlighting the foreign ministry statements, and avoiding mention of the five soldiers' names, their pictures, their Shanghai-based cyber espionage Unit 61398, and even the names of the American companies involved – Westinghouse Electric, U.S. Steel, SolarWorld, United Steel Workers Union, Allegheny Technologies Inc. and Alcoa.

Most comments online criticized America, with frequent use of the phrase "a thief crying 'stop thief,' " as Edward Snowden's revelations about U.S. cyberspying, including against multiple Chinese targets, have been well publicized in China. "There is no right or wrong, there are only the strong and the weak," wrote Xie Zhijun, a construction company manager in eastern Dalian, on the micro-blogging service Sina Weibo, equivalent to Twitter.

The U.S. indictment "is a sign of frustration by the United States, whose purpose is to highlight the issue," said McGregor. "The U.S. has pushed for many years and says China is an outlier, with state actors hacking to provide information to Chinese companies," unlike conventional state spying for political and military intelligence, he said.

Just don't expect change soon, said McGregor. "The Chinese system is one continuous organization, one continuum. The military, the state-owned enterprises, the regulatory bodies, the [Communist Party] politburo, are all focused on making China somebody in the world, and making China wealthy and strong with any tools at their disposal," he said.

"The centralizing ability of the party, cutting across state and military to coordinate things, is the envy of other security services," said Clark. China is in a "leapfrogging phase, and wants to catch up" on technology and innovation with more developed economies, he said. China's history of "humiliation at the hands of foreign powers is part of the psychological make-up of China's citizens, that's what they've always learned," said Clark. "If the ultimate goal is national strength, then all means are good.