Babylon the Great admits it is “unable to protect against” hypersonic missiles

The nuclear threat from China GROWS as the United States admits it is “unable to protect against” hypersonic missiles.

November 11, 2021

The nuclear threat from China GROWS as the United States admits it is “unable to protect against” hypersonic missiles.

CHINA’S nuclear capabilities are a major source of anxiety throughout the world, particularly in light of a nuclear-capable hypersonic missile test earlier this year, which navy chiefs claimed would be weapons that the US would be unable to defend against.

China refuted claims that it had launched a hypersonic missile this year, stating instead that the test was merely a normal spacecraft inspection. For the past few years, relations between the United States and China have been difficult, with Beijing recently accusing US President Joe Biden’s administration of hostility. Several Western countries have spoken out against China’s recent military capabilities, citing alarm over the rapid accumulation of nuclear weapons.

According to a study of recent commercial satellite pictures, suspected silo fields in China are rapidly expanding.

The graphic appears to show Beijing is devoting a significant amount of time and resources to the development of nuclear weapons.

China has made tremendous work on suspected silo fields in the western half of the country, according to experts from the Federation of American Scientists (FAS), a nonpartisan national security research and advocacy organization.

“For China, this is an unparalleled nuclear buildup,” authors Matt Korda and Hans M. Kristensen stated in the FAS paper, which was released on November 2.

“It’ll be many years before the missile silo fields are fully operational, and it’s unclear how China would arm and operate them.”

The US Navy reported on Monday, November 1 that a nuclear submarine that was seriously damaged in an accident while submerged in the South China Sea last month impacted an uncharted underwater seamount.

Experts have warned that China’s expanding nuclear weapons may quickly turn any future conflict over Taiwan in Beijing’s favor.

For the first time in years, the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) nuclear arsenal looks to be developing at a significant rate of modernization and development.

China’s long-range nuclear arsenal is anticipated to surpass 250 warheads in the near future, raising concerns about Beijing’s nuclear capacity.

In late June, it was reported that China was developing its first missile silo field.

In July, another FAS assessment revealed the possible establishment of a second silo field.

“This is the second time in two months the public has uncovered what we have been saying all along about the escalating threat the globe confronts and the shroud of secrecy that surrounds it,” US Strategic Command tweeted at the time.

“Brinkwire Summary News,” Navy Admiral, August.

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