He's a-aiming to stop you (and shut down Breitbart to show Kellyann how much he cares)
Then why are you following him around on a dozen platforms?
Gen. Anthony Tata: Repercussions of China's coronavirus misinformation tantamount to detonating a nuclear bomb
America needs to respond to the Chinese government's deliberate act of misinformation surrounding coronavirus as if they detonated a nuclear bomb killing 150,000 people, retired Army Brig. General Anthony Tata stated Saturday.
"You know, what happened...the Chinese government deliberately withheld information, deliberately manipulated information, and the numbers...are an example of that," he remarked. "They suppressed whistleblowers who were trying to talk about how bad this was and, particularly, the human-to-human contagion aspect of this. China said it was not "H-to-H" and then the [World Health Organization] was a puppet for China and said the same thing."
And so," he continued, "it was a deliberate act of misinformation by the Chinese government and it is tantamount to detonating a nuclear bomb and killing 150,000 people. It's the same thing in my view."
"This is a communist dictatorship that hid the information. They shut down travel within their own country, but they allowed the virus to go to other countries," he concluded. "They intentionally allowed this to happen knowing how bad it was. And, they shut down the centers. They shut down whistleblowers. They shut down travel to protect themselves. But, they let others [who] were infected to go around the world and they've killed 150,000 people."
But his aim is not to make sense or reasoned arguments. It’s to provoke heated answers.
On 9 December 1950, MacArthur requested field commander's discretion to employ nuclear weapons. On 24 December 1950, MacArthur submitted a list of "retardation targets" in Korea, Manchuria and other parts of China, for which 34 atomic bombs would be required.
In interview with Jim G. Lucas and Bob Considine on 25 January 1954, MacArthur said:
"I could have won the war in Korea in a maximum of 10 days.... I would have dropped between 30 and 50 atomic bombs on his air bases and other depots strung across the neck of Manchuria.... It was my plan as our amphibious forces moved south to spread behind us—from the Sea of Japan to the Yellow Sea—a belt of radioactive cobalt. It could have been spread from wagons, carts, trucks and planes.... For at least 60 years there could have been no land invasion of Korea from the north. The enemy could not have marched across that radiated belt."
Well, I've made a few posts in another cheese-eating thread now, and I'm getting downvotes in the double digits.
50 of the dirty bombs which were all they had then and the fallout would have toasted all of us. We're downwind from Asia. Say hello to babies with two heads and no legs.