General: China Could Be Planning Surprise Missile Attack on United States

Gordon G. Chang
World Affairs
Thursday, September 1, 2011

A retired Chinese general recently revealed that his country might be planning a surprise missile attack on the United States. The public comment of Xu Guangyu came in response to WikiLeaks revelations that last year Washington had warned its allies beforehand of China’s test of a missile interceptor.

Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, in a classified cable sent last January 9th, instructed American embassies in Australia, Britain, Canada, and New Zealand to notify those countries of upcoming Chinese launches two days later. The cable included details of the launch sites for the interceptor and the target, the models of the missiles, the purpose of the test, and the test date.

Yesterday, Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post carried comments from Xu, now at the China Arms Control and Disarmament Association, to the effect that American satellites would have detected activity at the launch sites but that some of the information in the cables—specifically the types of missiles and the day of the test—must have come from a source on the ground. WikiLeaks’s release of this cable, revealing one or more American spies in China’s strategic missile corps, is perhaps the website’s most significant compromise of US security to date.

The Hong Kong paper noted that Xu said that “if China could no longer keep secret its missile launches, it would not be able to launch a surprise attack on the US.”

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145 Responses to “General: China Could Be Planning Surprise Missile Attack on United States”

  1. V8, I believe you are a Chicom troll, by your vocabulary and syntax.

  2. BS scare tactics. Watch This VIDEO: FUTUREDATABANK*COM


  3. Uhh, that’s kind of stretching the interpretation, isn’t it? Are you afraid yet?

    • It’s sensationalism on the part of World Affairs Journal…to the point of pretty much being a lie.

  4. shopping in china : ‘bargaining’


  5. What a surprise. More spin, fear mongering, propaganda, disinformation and sensationalism from Alex Jones

    What were the famous words Alex used to describe David Icke? Oh yeah I believe they were

    “It’s like a turd in a punchbowl”

    Well done Jones, you described your slick operation of deception and slight of hand perfectly

  6. In Ezekiel 38-39, a Communist / Islamist bloc appears to move against western interest, Israel, a linchpin in European and US stability.

  7. China is part of the global one world government strategy. Hu Jintao ,China’s President is a freemason. So is Ahmadinejad who is also part Jewish! They are plyaing mindgames with us like good cop bad cop then they make a new war to beat us down and enslave us as well as reduce the gloval population. It’s all a big lie!

    • Not to challenge you, but I’d appreciate it if you would substantiate your claims that Jintao is a freemason and that Ahmadinejad is part Jewish. Thanks.

      • To begin with, “Chinese Freemasons” is more of a nickname than an affiliation.

        And, in so much as Ishmael was the son of Abraham and Hagar, all of his descendants should be part Jewish.

  8. Sometimes articles on infowars are placed for no other reason than bizarre propaganda mind control. The authors do not seem to be aware of it when they post them. This article is one of them. To say China is going to launch missiles at the United States is absurd.

    With that being said, if anybody watched last nights episode of David Letterman, you can see mind control in action with guest Aubrey Plaza. They have a 2 minute clip on the CBS website but during the full interview she clearly has an awareness that the words she is saying are not hers. Letterman even asks her what medication she’s on. I’m guessing it was test to see if they can send out subliminal messages through the TV to viewers.

    Enjoy your morning coffee with a side of mind control. The truth of this world is much stranger than fiction.

    • “The truth of this world is much stranger than fiction.”

      I imagine it must seem that way for the delusional Letterman crowd.

  9. This article is almost a pure lie. The issue is 1) the Chinese development of a missile defense system, such as the US and Russia already have (and Japan, Korea and Europe by way of the US0, and 2) US intelligence with the ranks of the Chinese missile command.

    The article’s headilne is pure distortion. The artcle does not provide a quote (gee!) and the South China Post is a pay site so I don’t have access to the original. General Zu’s comment is mist likely in the nature of a joke. Like sayingf that the TSA know if my underwear is dirty after I go through airport screening.

    Jones dishonors himself by putting up this garbage from a know dirty-tricks, neo-con propaganda site. Alex however, falls for ever bit of anti-Chinese slander that comes his way.

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