Following last week’s successful demonstration of the new hypersonic missile’s power, China decided to flaunt its strength with another weapons test.

Namely, last Saturday a series of underwater charges developed with new technology was set off at an undisclosed location in coastal China, resulting in a destroyed mockup port.

The media warned that this technology could be used as a weapon against The US’s ports should a war of larger scale occur.

Global times voiced their concerns, adding that these explosives could make aircraft carriers extremely vulnerable, as supply lines would be completely cut off.


The newspaper reported that the measuring instruments used in the test will provide data for future development of weapons focused on destroying „hostile ports“ in a real war.

As China piles up its shiny new explosive toys, Biden is too focused on his multi-trillion plan involving sustainable energy for the future, which might turn up obsolete should China ever decide to do more than just „testing“ of its new artillery.

These new weapons, shifting focus from airborne to underwater, could be a response to the US changing its military policies on the Pacific, spreading out the forces across the west coast, in hopes of mitigating the damages should an attack occur.

This however came with its shortcomings as destroying one of the ports could leave the naval forces quite literally „dead in the water.”


The test came only a day after the launch of the Shijian 21 satellite whose purpose is claimed to be clearing space debris.

Washington, however, doesn’t seem to buy into it as the robotic arm on the satellite implies it could be used for disabling other satellites.

The satellite followed in the footsteps of its predecessor Shijian 17, which is also considered to be military-owned, as it too has a robotic arm attachment.

Head of US Space Command, General James Dickinson wrote to congress about the threat the satellite could pose to the US’s communications and that it violates numerous space-system policies.


China claims explosive new tests were all with peaceful intentions

China doesn’t plan to stop with the surprises as even last July and August’s tests of their new orbital warhead delivery system remain shrouded in mystery.

Those tasked with analyzing what little data we have so far concluded that the weapon defies the laws of physics and is decades ahead of anything the US could fire back.

Even in its initial tests, the projectile circled the Earth, missing its mark by only 24 miles.

China denies any military applicability and claims it was an aircraft intended for civilian use, which, in wake of all their recent military tests, sounds like the most blatantly obvious lie.


The communist country continues to increase its nuclear forces under Xi Jinping’s rule, showing off new ICBMs over the past years as well as hundreds of silos said to be intended for the storage and launch of nuclear missiles, each carrying up to 12 warheads.

So far these projects have stirred waters in the South China Sea, as many of China’s new bases were built on uninhabited islands that aren’t strictly their territory, causing disputes with the Philippines, Malaysia, and others in the region.

Beijing and Washington struggle to maintain diplomatic relations as Xi continues to flaunt his explosive power.

If Biden waits long enough, it will eventually be too late to act.