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August 10, 2011

US asks China to explain why it needs aircraft carrier

So the United States which spends trillions in it's defense, more than any other country combined wants to know why China is building it's military.

I think the answer is obvious. Look at the countries don't don't have an actual military. Look what we did to Iraq, Afghanistan, Hawaii, Vietnam, Yugoslavia, Cambodia, and hundreds of other countries currently occupied by the US military.

The real question should be, why are we spending trillions occupying other nations, while our own citizen sleep on the street. And a good number of them are War Veterans. So much for "Supporting our troops".

US asks China to explain why it needs aircraft carrier

China's stealth fighter jet, the J-20
© AFP/KANWA NEWS/File Kanwa News

WASHINGTON (AFP) - The United States said Wednesday it would like China to explain why it needs an aircraft carrier amid broader US concerns about Beijing's lack of transparency over its military aims.

"We would welcome any kind of explanation that China would like to give for needing this kind of equipment," State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland told reporters when asked whether the carrier would raise regional tensions.

"This is part of our larger concern that China is not as transparent as other countries. It's not as transparent as the United States about its military acquisitions, about its military budget," she said.

"And we'd like to have the kind of open, transparent relationship in military-to-military affairs," Nuland said.

"In our military-to-military relations with many countries around the world, we have the kind of bilateral dialogue where we can get quite specific about the equipment that we have and its intended purposes and its intended movements," she said.

But China and the United States are "not at that level of transparency" to which the two nations aspire, Nuland added.

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