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Australia could be ‘nuclear war target’, warns China


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Australia could become the target of a nuclear strike by China following the security agreement with the US and UK which will lead to it acquiring a nuclear-powered submarine fleet.

According to the Global Times, a newspaper viewed as a mouthpiece of the Communist Party in Beijing, Chinese military experts fear the vessels could be upgraded with a nuclear arsenal, despite assurances that they will only carry conventional weapons.

Chinese military experts have supposedly warned of a potential strike on Australia, this was because, claims the Global Times, it would be relatively easy for Washington and London to equip the vessels with ballistic missiles carrying nuclear warheads.

Full UK Independent report at MSN

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We're selling them nuclear powered submarines, not nuclear missiles.  Shut up China.  Sick of you crap.  If we want to nuke you we'll do it with our subs not Australias.

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21 minutes ago, Eldorado said:

France to recall ambassadors in US and Australia after AUKUS submarine deal snub

https://uk.news.yahoo.com/france-recall-ambassadors-us-australia-205200322.html

The United States and Australia have signed a mutual defence agreement on 16 September 2021, along with following agreements listed below: When considering the possibility of a Nuclear Attack on Australia by China, I don't believe it will happen because it would also be declaration of war on the United States. With the US Sea-Based SSBN Submarines on constant patrol in the Indo-Pacific if China were to launch a Nuclear Strike, the US could easily retaliate and hit China almost immediately by using one of these Boomers that carry 6 Nuclear ICBMs per Submarine. 

 Indo-Pacific: The front line of US and China next-gen submarines

""In the Indo-Pacific, the U.S., China, Russia and India operate SSBNs, while Pakistan and North Korea also are exploring submarine-launched nuclear firepower, albeit on diesel-electric subs.""

""The three components of American nuclear strategy are the land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles, the air-based strategic bombers and the submarine-launched ballistic missiles. Of the three, the sea-based SSBN is considered the most survivable because the vessels are virtually undetectable once in a deep ocean."" 

https://asia.nikkei.com/Politics/International-relations/Indo-Pacific/Indo-Pacific-The-front-line-of-US-and-China-next-gen-submarines

Strategic Capabilities Cooperation

The Secretaries and Ministers recognized that the operational effectiveness of the Alliance is underpinned by the strength of our cooperation on science, technology, strategic capabilities, and defense industrial base integration.

The Secretaries and Ministers signed a classified Statement of Intent on Strategic Capabilities Cooperation and Implementation, which will further strengthen capability outcomes, deepen our Alliance, and strengthen our cooperation to meet emerging challenges, and support regional stability.

The Secretaries and Ministers discussed Australia’s intent to establish a Guided Weapons and Explosive Ordnance Enterprise.  They committed to cooperate on delivering this complex, long-term endeavor, which will complement the United States industrial base and assure defense supply chains in the Indo-Pacific.

The principals also discussed the importance of strong and resilient supply chains and will pursue long term, sustainable Maintenance Repair and Overhaul capabilities in Australia.

The United States and Australian Departments of Defense contribute significant resources and technical effort in research, development, test, and evaluation (RTD&E), production, and support across a range of defense capabilities.  These bilateral cooperative programs allow Australia to contribute to Alliance capabilities development, they also provide Australia access to cutting-edge technology and assurances.

The Secretaries and Ministers highlighted the positive progress made in hypersonic weapons and electromagnetic warfare cooperation, including recently finalized bilateral strategies on industrial base collaboration and co-development.

The principals discussed opportunities to further expand practical engagement and integration under the National Technology and Industrial Base (NTIB) to enhance industrial collaboration and build supply chain resiliency.  They also committed to strengthen efforts to streamline export controls, and to facilitate technology transfer and protection.

https://www.state.gov/joint-statement-on-australia-u-s-ministerial-consultations-ausmin-2021/

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I don't know why you would expect any less from China. It is obviously a troubled country. Up until just recently they were killing their baby girls to satisfy their government's mandatory number of children allowed in each family law. This is why Jesus says not to be troubled when there are rumors of war. Such things have to happen.

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China just throwing one of it's tantrums.

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Nothing to worry about, at least not until at least 2055 or so... 

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Australia has defended its decision to scrap a multi-billion dollar submarine purchase from France in favour of a new security pact with the US and UK.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison rejected accusations that Australia had lied, saying France should have been aware it was prepared to break the deal.

France says the Aukus pact has led to a "serious crisis" between the allies.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-australia-58616759

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 The Chinese  ,Russians and the U,S `s and allies  knows there are no winners in a nuclear war , but Iran `s about  a suicide bomber behind a nuclear  bomb :( 

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could??? it absolutely is, always was,  USSR made no secret of the countries it was aiming their nukes at. Australia always was on their list, which i'm sure is pretty much the same for every country, except themselves.  however i was told by former ussr military officer, that even nuclear attacks on their own cities were not off the table in case of some parts of ussr were under occupation.  things are not any different with Russia. as i'm sure it is on every nuclear power's target list. the location of Australia makes it a perfect target, that would be hit in the first days of war, whether they have nukes or not. whether it presents any threat or not,

 

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China should drop their aggresiveness toward democracy country.

China is too arrogant.

 

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