China’s Reaction: America Is A “Disgusting Thief Spying Over His Neighbor’s Fence”

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Submitted by Simon Black of Sovereign Man

China’s Reaction: America Is A "Disgusting Thief Spying Over His Neighbor’s Fence"

Only hours ago the US government announced that a Chinese fighter jet had intercepted an American military patrol plane over international waters east of China’s Hainan Island.

A Pentagon spokesman called China’s actions “unsafe and unprofessional”, and blasted such unprovoked aggression.

There was no mention as to why a US surveillance plane was just off the Chinese coast to begin with. They’re just playing the victim… and rather loudly at that.

Needless to say, the Chinese government has a slightly different story. I asked one of our Sovereign Man team members in mainland China to translate the following article from Sina News.

The first part of the article praises the pilot’s skill and boldness, as well as the efficiency and superiority of Chinese aviation technology.

The Jian-11B fighter, in fact, is 100% Chinese. There is no foreign engine or major component.

As for the rest of the article– I present it below with only one comment– it should be obvious to anyone paying attention that the US is no longer the world’s dominant superpower. It’s certainly obvious to the Chinese.

From Sina News

Stop thief: China rejects the U.S. government calling our aircraft “dangerously close”

Sure enough, it is the American government who stamps its foot first after a similar event.

First the famous anti-China military scholar Bill Gertz played his “danger close” speech for the Washington Free Beacon.

And then the Pentagon also followed and said that it was a “dangerous intercept”. The White House called it “deeply worrying provocation”.

Adm. John Kirby, the Defense Department spokesman, said Washington protested to the Chinese military through diplomatic channels, and called the maneuvers “unsafe and unprofessional.”

Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes said it was “obviously a deeply concerning provocation and we have communicated directly to the Chinese government our objection to this type of action.”

Such remarks are laughable. As we all know, the United States is the world’s largest hegemonic force and biggest rogue country.

Their various reconnaissance aircraft have been wandering around foreign airspace for decades and watching the military secrets of other countries like a disgusting thief spying over his neighbor’s fence.

However, when the neighbor comes back with a big stick, the thief will turn tail and run away, blaming the neighbor.

When you show people weakness, they will bully you. When you show people strength, they will respect you.

We [the newspaper] believe the Chinese Air Force and Naval aviation should maintain a high level of vigilence and morale in southeast coastal region to prevent the further US action.

America has lost face and does not want to show the world they are sick. They have been lording over other countries for so long, and they will never let it go after they eat this loss.

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Sat, 08/23/2014 - 14:42 | 5134636 Aknownymouse
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Nobel peace prize winner is definitely working hard at making the US respected again.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 14:48 | 5134651 Timmay
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Chinese working hard to copy Russian fighter jet designs.....

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 15:08 | 5134726 hobopants
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100% Chinese = 100% knock off.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 15:34 | 5134808 Lore
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Whatever. Bet the Chinese can produce more of these for the price of ONE American plane. And it will WORK.  And they can PAY for it. With U.S. Treasurys.

They call the pilot's actions "unprofessional?"  By all accounts, that inversion and roll was executed VERY professionally.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 15:43 | 5134835 hobopants
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"And it will WORK."

I'm guessing you don't buy too much stuff made in China? If that fighter was made by the same people who produced my toaster, it has a 40% of electrocuting you, a 50% chance of bursting into flames, and 10% chance of producing toast.

Russia builds great fighter jets, China rips them off and probably cuts corners like they do with everything else.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 15:44 | 5134850 TungstenBars
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China sends us garbage because we ASK for garbage.


They  know how to make high quality goods; we just don't see them as they are not in the interests of our corps. 

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 15:52 | 5134859 hobopants
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Can you please ask them to fix my toaster then? I'm kinda scared of it.

Also I don't think you can blame this one on cheap American Corps

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 15:58 | 5134891 Gaius Frakkin' ...
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The fact that you and most Americans have to supplement their lifestyles with cheap Chinese goods, means they've already won. Everything that happens between now and the mass realization of that fact is just a circle jerk charade.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 15:59 | 5134899 Richard Chesler
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Just waiting for the clown' next stupid-stuff.


Sat, 08/23/2014 - 16:27 | 5134985 Latina Lover
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I just wondering who else is left that the USSA can piss off. Maybe the Martians?

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 16:48 | 5135059 Publicus
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The 21st century is the Chinese century.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 17:08 | 5135109 SilverRhino
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No, the 21st Century will be known as the Great Die-Back

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 17:35 | 5135164 chumbawamba
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 They have been lording over other countries for so long, and they will never let it go after they eat this loss.

No, eating a loss to the Chinese means we'll just be hungry for more in 20 minutes.

I am Chumbawamba.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 18:07 | 5135224 Lore
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@ Hobo - The quality of your toaster is a direct reflection of your purchasing habits. Don't blame the manufacturer for your debt-supported consumerism. Rgds

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 18:22 | 5135263 SWRichmond
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When you show people weakness, they will bully you. When you show people strength, they will respect you.

+1.  I'll bet the Ferguson protesters would have gotten a different reception had they all been open carrying (slung) rifles of their own. 

I keep thinking about the notion of "civil disobedience".  This assumes that the norm is "obedience".  There is something very wrong there.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 18:41 | 5135303 Parrotile
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What makes this concept even more concerning is, "Obedience to WHOM?" Who had "decided" we must always "be Obedient" - along the lines of "Obedient little SLAVES"??

For the answer to the implied question, just see which section of the Community has indulged in the biggest scam of the century, and has received "but a slap on the wrist".

Which section of Society seems forever willing to accept ex-Politicians with open arms (and very generoous renumeration packages), whilst the "rest of us" are told "there's no money" for critical infrastructure repairs, let alone new builds?

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 20:57 | 5135644 palmereldritch
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WTF? Did I read that correctly? There are now Sovereign Man team members?!!

OMG!!!  How can I become one?!!

Simon Fuck Yeah!

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 21:07 | 5135676 I MISS KUDLOW
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like chinas not over stealing africas minerals,,,,,,,gimme a break

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 00:59 | 5136250 MiTasol
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What exactly does that have to do with the proce of fish?

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 09:26 | 5136709 GetZeeGold
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They've taken my passport and I'm stuck in a factory making iPhones...


Lil help?

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 11:05 | 5136941 666
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Why does this remind me of the Gulf of Tonkin incident that led us into the Vietnam War?

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 21:09 | 5135678 Malachi Constant
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They would have been Waco'ed. You can't outviolence the government - that's all that needs to be realized.

A protest that works is invisible, it does not exist, and therefore cannot be subverted, advertised, suppressed.

If they wanted to actually ACHIEVE something, all they had to do was turn off their TVs, computers, phones, stop using dollars, and stay indoors just for 2 days. 2 days. Imagine the volume of advertising and propaganda that wouldn't have been poured down their brains - all prepaid. That would be a gevalt of the highest order - because there is nothing to apply violence to.

The fact that this did not happen means that Ferguson "protests" have fat quotes around them.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 19:58 | 5135503 New_Meat
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"No, eating a loss to the Chinese means we'll just be hungry for more in 20 minutes."

I knew a girl like that, back in the day.

- Ned

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 16:02 | 5134908 hobopants
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I think nobody wins... China is in trouble, Europe is in trouble, we are for sure in trouble. We sit here and compare and contrast which country is superior as if that really matters, when in reality we are all boned once this thing goes pop. Globalization for the win!

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 01:20 | 5136278 trembo slice
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It's like discovering your ship is sinking, and thinking it'd suck to be the guy on the ship next to you, who is sinking faster.  There's still wealth to be plundered from the taxpayer! I laugh at BLS inflation numbers when I'm grocery shopping, and then cry as so much of my money goes to food, utilities, and gas.

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 10:08 | 5136804 matrix2012
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for me it's quite simple, the moment the Empire's BULLY can be stopped the other side has won!

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 18:24 | 5135272 GooseShtepping Moron
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Truer words are rarely spoken, Gaius.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 19:16 | 5135399 Buck Johnson
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Exactly, also that article was dead on.  We haven't had are moment where we get checked and told to go to your corner.  We think that we are top dog of the planet and what is happening is that other countries are getting closer to that goal.  Also the only reason we are top dog is the dollar as a reserve currency.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 23:44 | 5136104 Handful of Dust
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But we're X-ceptional!

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 10:15 | 5136819 matrix2012
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I guess you meant X-Men :) lol

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 19:17 | 5135401 backwaterdogs
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I wouldn't go so far as to say they've won.

Along with our jobs being exported to has been a butt load of pollution.  In that regard the Chinese are totally screwed.

We've 'won' by 'enjoying' ultra cheap crap from China for many years, but they are paying the ultimate price - as the real cost to manufacture so much, so cheaply has to been to destroy their environment.  they've destroyed their health and environment so WE could buy cheap toasters at Wal-Mart.  Plus those dumb shits financed the whole thing

I guess the only problem with that is once those 1B+ chinese realize how they've screwed, they're gonna be pissed....and now appears they have fighter jets.  I'm hoping the fast food they are now starting to be accustomed to will make them all fat and apathetic as it has done to vast majority of americans.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 19:51 | 5135443 DFCtomm
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That's the picture from our perspective, but what is the picture from China's? They have worked to keep their people poor in order to keep down the cost of exports, but now they are suddenly going to develop a healthy consumer economy? If this were to happen it would only last a few minutes since the Chinese are even more opportunistic that the West is, and they would quickly off shore to make a buck the same as we did.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 20:28 | 5135578 New_Meat
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DFC tommie:

"They have worked to keep their people poor..."

Au contraire mon ami, and perhaps this will add to the conversation.

PRC is in an entirely and inherently deflationary economy.  Folks around these-here parts talk about the US "exporting inflation", and I guess that the Fed mofoz are in fact doing that.

But PRC has another problem, divided among several parts: a) population growth requires a huge number of productive jobs (in fact, and not as BLS might invent), b) for a young individual, there is tremendous pressure from those on the the countryside to get cityside, and c) Mao'z "solution" of killing off ~60MM individuals to "solve" his Malthus problem, well, that wouldn't work in today's twittering social communication.

" order to keep down the cost of exports,..."

again, au contraire, they (I lump PRC policy makers into a huge hive) have no choice, 'tother way around.  They have to keep down the cost of exports in order to keep their poor people alive.

Go check out Home Depot, Lowes, Harbor Freight and see the compelling and actual results.

and yes, the Chinese business folkz are all over especially Africa and the Carribe for "resources". 

I am unfamiliar with  your term "Make a Healthy Consumer Economy."

Is it  possible, in your view, to cause this to happen?

Great post and a greenie  on ya, with the above comments in play.

= Ned

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 21:14 | 5135619 DFCtomm
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There is a natural progression that should happen as an economy matures. They move from exports and cheap labor to also becoming consumers themselves because they are now more economically prosperous. China wanting to hold on to their export business has thwarted that progression. This however has also kept them chained to the U.S. and any other nation they export to, since they don't have a healthy consumer base themselves. That will not be changed overnight.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 20:59 | 5135646 Penniless Spectator
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When we stop buying substandard goods at cheap prices at the cost of domestic jobs the terrorists have won.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 16:29 | 5134993 angel_of_joy
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If you don't like you Chinese made toaster, you can always buy an American made one. Oh, wait...

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 18:30 | 5135279 BurningFuld
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Just use a small propane torch. Always works!

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 20:32 | 5135594 New_Meat
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Julia Child introduced the propane torch in order to "finish" her creme brulee just right.  I've always liked the introduction of actual tools into a chi-chi environment.

- Ned

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 21:55 | 5135660 palmereldritch
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Just be careful with her line of branded cutlery.

The knives are very sharp

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 02:36 | 5136389 PT
Tue, 08/26/2014 - 22:02 | 5147542 Abbie Normal
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Our 30-yr old Dualit toaster still works amazingly well, guess the Brits knew how to build something right.  More importantly, all of the repair parts are still available in case anything does eventually fail.  Not sure if the current breed of Dualits sold at Williams & Sonoma are still made in England though.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 23:38 | 5136089 Freddie
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Blame the middleman America (dual citizen) importer.   The Russian jets are better than the Chinese while the USA stuff is getting worse by the day.  The F-35 is junk. The F-22 is not much better.

A war game simulation was done a few years ago

It was supposedly a Taiwanese Straits war game simulation with F-35s,22s, and F-18 versusSU-27s and SU-35s.  The American jets were wiped out.

A 1950s era Mig 21 can destroy a F-35.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 19:49 | 5135483 dicksburnt
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we just don't see them as they are not in the interests of our corps.

.....not in the interest of Wall St.    Too much margin lost on items that consume too much margin or take too long to replace.  Just not good for growth.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 15:59 | 5134897 ChiangMai
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"...cuts corners like they do with everything else..."

You're confusing what they manufacture for fat-ass brain-dead Walmart shoppers — incapable of calculating the ten-year cost of a toaster designed to last for a few months even if their lives depended on it — with what the Chinese build for themselves, particularly their military forces.


Sat, 08/23/2014 - 16:17 | 5134955 hobopants
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Maybe you're right, I'm not an expert on Chinese military equipment by any means, but going off of what I've seen, heard, and personally experienced, the Chinese don't have a great track record with quailty control. The philosophy seems to be build alot of so-so things, instead of  fewer high quaility things. Could be completely wrong in this particular case, but you still wouldn't catch me in the cockpit.

I bought the toaster at Target by the way! I'm upper lower class thank you very much... 

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 16:29 | 5134989 greatbeard
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Along those lines, I could understand the building of junk to satisfy what we desire.  But there are still those who buy quality and for whatever reason the Chinese don't seem to ever have anything in the quality space.  Tools, kitchen equipment, lawn equipment, drywall, nothing.  I'm fairly skeptical of these claims China can build quality if they want to. 

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 16:40 | 5135024 Lea
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"the Chinese don't seem to ever have anything in the quality space"

They build the totality of the computers, electronic pads, mobile phones, every possible hi-tech thingy everyone uses on a daily basis. Even the most expensive American stuff is made in China.

So I'd say, yes, they can build good quality products.

Sat, 08/23/2014 - 19:39 | 5135451 DFCtomm
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So? It's all crap. You can't buy a computer component worth a shit at any price because they are all made in the same place by the same people in the same manner. It's been a steady decline of items like power supplies for years now.

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