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Why China?

While China can ill afford to engage in interntional terrorism, China remains a tempting target for Osama bin Laden's game of chess.  China's growing dependence on oil may bring her into being an unwitting player in the business of oil ownership and transport. When such transport involves maritime shipping of oil and gas to China's shores, this commerce must needs involve the China Sea region; and here, security is a concern. 

Osama's plan was to use China's interest in oil as a wedge between the United States and far east oil-rich nations. Today, China is dependent upon Osama's good will and influence with Sudan. If it suits his purposes, Osama is likely to take advantage of China's dependence on Sudanese oil in such a way as to bring China into confrontation with the western powers; a natural setting for this would be the South China Sea.

Once again, we see the need for a multi-role maritime fighter the likes of the MRMF concept developed by Arlington Splendor Engineering Consultants.  The ability of the MRMF to patrol the vast stretches of the Pacific Rim, and the South China sea basin, make this fighter concept unique among present day military vehicles.  The entire free world will watch with concern while events continue to unfold in this critical region.  Will the U.S. be prepared to meet the challenge of these threats?  Time alone will inform us.


"When we talk about settling the world's problems, we're barking up the wrong tree. The world is perfect. It's a mess.
It has always been a mess. We are not going to change it. Our job is to straighten out our own lives." 
Joseph Campbell   (1904-1987)