Chinese Newspaper Issues BIG Threat

“Don’t say we didn’t warn you!” 

The People’s Daily is the official newspaper of the Communist Party of China and has only used the warning two other times in its history. In 1962 before the border war with India and precluding the 1979 China-Vietnam war.

“We advise the U.S. side not to underestimate the Chinese side’s ability to safeguard its development rights and interests. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!” the People’s Daily said in a commentary titled “United States, don’t underestimate China’s ability to strike back.”

The paper then elaborates how it could strike back at the U.S. saying, “Will rare earths become a counter weapon for China to hit back against the pressure the United States has put on for no reason at all? The answer is no mystery.”

These materials are essential to the manufacture of cellphones, electric vehicles and sophisticated weaponry and is not a threat to be taken lightly.

This comes as a trade war between China and the U.S. looms ominously in the distance. 

13 comments
  1. Well China get in line behind our own enemies within. Every democrat in America made and gave you what belonged to America.When Google is an American company and it is censoring every legal American . And works big with the Chinese government against America .
    Who do you think we are watching ? At least those of us who will stand up for our own against you

  2. China’s move to annex huge areas of ocean and hundreds of islands claimed by other Asian nations, reminds me of Japanese expansionism in the early 20th Century, following their successful war with Russia and leading up to Pearl Harbor. Obama allowed China to be a world bully. Thankfully our current President is trying to constrain the bully before Asian nations are seriously harmed.

  3. When the Japanese cornered the rubber market in 1940 to affect The Americans ability to manufacture rubber tires for the war effort. Hence the invention of synthetic rubber And along the way accidentally invented nylon. So maybe China’s threats concerning the rare earth supply Will simply fire up the imagination of thousands of young researchers and technology freaks looking to make $1 million plus

    1. EXCELLENT point. Necessity is the mother of invention.

      In addition a number of countries, including the US, do have known reserves. Right now we only have ONE rare earth mineral mine operating in the US due to the high cost of refining. But should China cut off the US, that could change, although it would result in short term hardships.

  4. China has a trade warn with us and until the playing is leveled it will continue. They are hurt more than we are and it will get worse for them because our president, unlike past cowards, will not back down.

    1. our president is a coward and is completely unqualified to be negotiating for our Country’s best interest….you only need look at his past failures to see that this man is a conman and will bring down this Country. Yes something must be done, but we need a QUALIFIED EDUCATED person to do it. Not a whiny conman liar with not a shred of integrity or patriotism.

  5. China has no problem letting their people suffer and will do this without hesitation. But the US buys a lot more from China than they do from us and there are many many other countries who will be more than happy to supply us with the same stuff at the same price. It will take some time and effort but it can be done. While China provides us with a lot of cheap things, China needs us for the most advanced things and this trade war will hurt them more than us. China has taken advantage of the US for far too long and its time for a change.

  6. I think it is time to re-evaluate our relationship with China. China is a powerful nation now and we have to be
    careful how we handle them. These rare earth minerals are necessary for our future and if China won’t give us access to these minerals our ability to compete in the world will be over. I think China has us over a barrel and we need to meet with them to kill this trade war debacle .

    1. At what cost should we acquiesce to China’s aggressions? Do we allow them to decimate our industries? Do we allow them to claim all of the South China Sea? Just how far should we say PEACE IN OUR TIME? How much should we be Chamberlains or Quislings?

      I’m not advocating pushing china into a war, even a limited one. That’ll do no one any good. But OI don’t advocate surrender either. I hope that’s not what you’re advocating.

  7. thats what we get for trading with china, I WILL NOT BUY ANYTHING FROM CHINA. I DONT TRUST THEM.

  8. Bring it on, “WE THE PEOPLE” are sick and tired of your inferior junk you keep sending us anyway. Taiwan ,Japan , and Vietnam can pick up the slack, at the same time we will get a better product and don’t need to help you build your military anymore. Stuff It!

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