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  • noname762
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    Originally posted by Lasergunner View Post
    I have a theory that China does not have secure communications with it's submarines and that they are often outside of direct communication PLA-Navy.

    There was an incident in 2003. One of their diesel-electric attack subs was spotted Not Under Command and was drifting in their territorial waters. At first, they didn't realize it was their sub. They thought it was either North Korean or possibly Japanese and that it had strayed into their territory. They made attempts to contact the crew, still unaware that it was their attack submarine. Eventually, they boarded. Only then did they discover it was their boat. The battery packs had generated a cyanide gas that killed all 70 crew members. Their bodies were at their stations.

    This may have been a planted story to provoke and observe the ChiComms. When you look at some of the sketchy internet sites that supported the rumor, Russia looks like the player that goosed the story the most.



    Here is a link to the story for the 2003 incident: https://nationalinterest.org/blog/bu...-members-72361
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  • noname762
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    HELL YEAH

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  • Lasergunner
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    I have a theory that China does not have secure communications with it's submarines and that they are often outside of direct communication PLA-Navy.

    There was an incident in 2003. One of their diesel-electric attack subs was spotted Not Under Command and was drifting in their territorial waters. At first, they didn't realize it was their sub. They thought it was either North Korean or possibly Japanese and that it had strayed into their territory. They made attempts to contact the crew, still unaware that it was their attack submarine. Eventually, they boarded. Only then did they discover it was their boat. The battery packs had generated a cyanide gas that killed all 70 crew members. Their bodies were at their stations.

    This may have been a planted story to provoke and observe the ChiComms. When you look at some of the sketchy internet sites that supported the rumor, Russia looks like the player that goosed the story the most.



    Here is a link to the story for the 2003 incident: https://nationalinterest.org/blog/bu...-members-72361

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  • jefferson101
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    Originally posted by Hawk45 View Post
    While suspicious, the source (Gizmodo) that is attacking the original source sucks also as they are BIG SPLC folks. I suspect ANYTHING connected with the SPLC!

    On this one I am going to sit back and watch who is trying to distract folks the most, and their reason for doing it.
    That's how I see it. If Gizmodo starts denying it, I have another reason to believe that it's true. I'm still hella skeptical, but there is another brick or two in the wall of belief at this point.

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  • Hawk45
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    While suspicious, the source (Gizmodo) that is attacking the original source sucks also as they are BIG SPLC folks. I suspect ANYTHING connected with the SPLC!

    On this one I am going to sit back and watch who is trying to distract folks the most, and their reason for doing it.

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  • Lasergunner
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    GIZMODO.com is debunking the story: https://gizmodo.com/no-china-did-not...uth-1839988450

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  • Lasergunner
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    Some more interesting stuff here: https://twitter.com/IndoPac_Info/sta...74790060785665

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  • Lasergunner
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    A FORBES article backs up the account of the Jin class sub rising amidst Vietnamese fishermen: https://www.forbes.com/sites/hisutto.../#151748b91b72

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  • Lasergunner
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    In September but reported on in October, a Jin class submarine suddenly surfaced amongst some Vietnamese fishing boats in an are near the Paracel Islands. One theory was that a technical issue might have forced the sub to surface.

    This would be near the indicated area.

    Story here: https://www.news.com.au/world/asia/h...12f4b072cfcb02

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  • Hawk45
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    'DEFCON' levels get raised and lowered all the time and the civilians know nothing about it. The only time they would know is if the **** was about to really hit the fan and the reserves and National Guard were activated totally.

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  • Lasergunner
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    Originally posted by jefferson101 View Post

    Completely apart from anything else, we'd have raised the Defcon level two or three notches by now. If that hasn't happened, it ain't a thing.

    Impeachment is the thing.

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  • Lasergunner
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    If it were one of ours, the Chinese would already be hard at work making sure that everyone knew about it. As far as I know, the Norks are still fiddling with their one experimental missile sub.

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  • jefferson101
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    Originally posted by windfarmer View Post
    https://gizmodo.com/no-china-did-not...uth-1839988450

    if that had actually happened there would be break in reporting and banners on every tv and radio station on the planet lol...
    Completely apart from anything else, we'd have raised the Defcon level two or three notches by now. If that hasn't happened, it ain't a thing.

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  • Hawk45
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    Originally posted by windfarmer View Post
    https://gizmodo.com/no-china-did-not...uth-1839988450

    if that had actually happened there would be break in reporting and banners on every tv and radio station on the planet lol...
    Nope, they are busy with the 'impeachment'. Our major media is busy with what THEY consider important.

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  • windfarmer
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    https://gizmodo.com/no-china-did-not...uth-1839988450

    if that had actually happened there would be break in reporting and banners on every tv and radio station on the planet lol...

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