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Posted: Saturday, February 19, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 6:52 am, Sat Feb 19, 2011.

A couple months ago, according to Internet reports, a Chinese diesel-electric submarine allegedly surfaced within range of USS Kitty Hawk, along the coast of China, between Japan and Taiwan. The appearance on the surface of a Chinese submarine, undetected by the outer perimeter of U.S. subs, demonstrates that the Chinese can penetrate our defenses and sink an aircraft carrier. The first time I heard this story, it was not Kitty Hawk; it was Ronald Reagan. It was not along the Chinese coastline, either. It was at San Diego. If my sources are correct, the Chinese can penetrate American waters, and use real munitions next time.

Last year, I reported that the Chinese and British together executed a writ from the world court, to collect $47 trillion from the U.S. Treasury, as a very old loan. I believe, again, the Chinese could have destroyed the U.S. economy, but they did not. Instead, they found alternatives — that is another story. One of the reporters who reported this information, Christopher Story, who is now passed away, also reported that Chinese agents greeted both Bush Sr. and Obama, in lieu of Secret Service. Story referred to them, with his cynical sense of humor, as "men with guns."

Former President George H.W. Bush, as a banker I believe, was visited by Chinese bankers who are not interested in imperialistic American conquest. They are interested in collection of debt from a defaulted borrower, while at the same time they know that American people and wealth of natural resources represent a valuable potential trade partner if only U.S. bankers would cease and desist the harvesting of wealth out of the American people.

I believe that if a constitutional form of government were re-inhabited, which cannot be controlled by the former bankers, China would support such a government; and the debt to which I previously referred would relate only to the former bankers, not America.

Daniel Hutchins

Acampo

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6 comments:

  • daniel hutchins posted at 5:32 pm on Wed, Feb 23, 2011.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1338

    Jerome: That's what I thought. If you don't respond, you can pretend you didn't look at the response to your irrelevant comments.

     
  • daniel hutchins posted at 7:23 pm on Mon, Feb 21, 2011.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1338

    Jerome:

    1) You are so smart that I have to ask you for a solution.

    2) You are so smart that I have to ask you if the Chinese are important.

    3) Do US bankers affect the quality of living for yourself, your family, and you posterity?

     
  • Jerome Kinderman posted at 6:16 pm on Mon, Feb 21, 2011.

    Jerome R Kinderman Posts: 2350

    From nothing more than the LNS-created title I not only knew who wrote this letter, but who supplied the first three comments.

     
  • daniel hutchins posted at 9:08 am on Mon, Feb 21, 2011.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1338

    In 1996, I was on USS CALIFORNIA CGN-36, in the point position to guard USS KITTY HAWK as we passed the entire battle group through the Strait of Formosa.

    Our job was to shoot-down an enemy missile, if either the Chinese or the Taiwanese would launch a missile at the aircraft carrier, or at any other vessel in the battle group.

    We were loaded with about 76 missiles that were capable of shooting down inbound missiles.

    We were not prepared nor capable of defending against what was ready to happened. Both China and Taiwan "activated," as in "ready, aim, ready to fire," literally hundreds of missiles, as evidenced by L-band emissions.

    We attempted to raise them on the radio, but the L-band emissions were the response.

    Kitty Hawk sent out her last situation report to the pentagon, in case we were sunk and failed to report to our destination.

    The Chinese do not communicate by voice, if the display of a military weapon speaks sufficient language.

     
  • daniel hutchins posted at 9:00 am on Mon, Feb 21, 2011.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1338

    There is no reason for an enemy submarine to appear on the surface, except for the captain to wave his hands at the aircraft carrier.

     
  • daniel hutchins posted at 8:59 am on Mon, Feb 21, 2011.

    daniel hutchins Posts: 1338

    I think people don't know what to think about this one.

    I believe that China has established diplomacy with the dejure government.

     

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