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WATCH Chinese Troops on American Soil

November 14, 2013

The Communist People’s Republic of China was invited take part in a massive drill  dubbed GridExII that took place on November 12-14, 2013. The drill simulated the  detonation of a massive nuclear warhead high above the skies of the United  States, creating a giant EMP—Electro Magnetic Pulse—that took out the U.S. electrical grid, communications, banking services, and  all computers, simulating a helpless America completely dependent on its  all-wise government.

According to declassified (but heavily redacted) intelligence documents released in 2011, the Chinese were  reportedly working on a “Super Electromagnet Pulse Bomb.”

China is gearing up for war against the United States, and their top weapon  is a super electromagnetic pulse bomb that can blanket the U.S. and send America  back to the Dark Ages in less than one second.

And no doubt the Chinese have perfected this EMP bomb by now.

So exactly why the Chinese are involved in a drill of this nature is unclear.  The only logical explanation, as crazy as it sounds, is that the Department of  Homeland Security—Obama’s “Civilian National Security Force” (the entity  overseeing this drill)—is secretly working with the Communist Chinese  government!

Which is not surprising, given that Barack Hussein Obama has long been  suspected of being an ardent Marxist.

CREDIT TO:  Kris Zane / The Western Center For Journalism

http://www.westernjournalism.com/chinese-troops-american-soil/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pulsenews 

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