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EMP Rhetoric and China

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04 May 2020 17:48 #4230 by PrepperPrepperPrepper!
EMP Rhetoric and China was created by PrepperPrepperPrepper!
Today and in the past few weeks there’s been a lot of rhetoric about EMPs in the potential conflict with China. Because of this I’m starting a thread and I will add some links to show what everybody has been talking about. This would be a very opportune time for an EMP to strike and is in line with the unrestricted warfare theory of the Chinese military.

One of the initial problems with an EMP strike from China is the fact that all of our transformers are built over there in China and would be unavailable.


“China's foreign ministry is now calling for peace and cooperation, saying "the sound and steady development of China-U.S. relations" are in the best interests of both countries and the international community, and that "any words or actions that engage in political manipulation or stigmatization under the pretext of the pandemic, including taking the opportunity to sow discord between countries, are not conducive to international cooperation against the pandemic."


Right now, Navarro said his primary responsibility in the administration is overseeing the reorientation of American supply chains away from China (though this will ultimately be decided by individual corporations, the White House can certainly take steps to sway their decisions, not that the crisis hasn't been instructive enough on its own). He argued that this latest EO, along with another EO that will require federal agencies to use all-American components for medicines, are the first steps of the "decoupling" of the US economy away from China's - something that, polls show, Americans mostly support.

Without these orders, Navarro said, China poses a direct threat to the US power grid so long as components made in China and other foreign markets are used.

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18 Jun 2020 14:14 #4640 by Stever
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