There is a brain illness called paranoia. Patients suffering from it live in their own spiritual world and are obsessed by mistaken beliefs.
The United States is a severely paranoid patient who has all the classic symptoms of the illness.
U.S. space experts claimed that China may conduct another anti-satellite (ASAT) test on Jan. 11, the date on which it performed ASAT operations in both 2007 and 2010. The rumor has been circulating in the U.S. Department of Defense and intelligence community over the past few months. They are worried that such tests could pose a threat to U.S. Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites.
China does not need to report to the United States whether or when it will conduct such tests. As a modern sovereign country, it disallows any outside intervention in its internal affairs. It is known to all that the United States owns the most advanced space technology in the world. Has any other country ever asked it to stop developing various threatening weapons?
Maybe the United States has been acting sick so as to get away with telling lies.
In August 1964, then U.S. President Lyndon Johnson claimed that the North Vietnamese Navy attacked U.S. warships in the Gulf of Tonkin, and then escalated U.S. involvement in the Vietnam War. Former U.S. Defense Secretary Robert McNamara admitted many years later that the attack did not happen, and it was totally faked.
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