BEIJING — The Chinese air force shocked the global community after it revealed the Dongzhen, a futuristic thorium-powered fighter that boasts capabilities which allow it to intercept and destroy nuclear missiles. The Dongzhen’s thorium engines can operate for weeks and in the vacuum of space, as well as providing the massive thrust needed to intercept ballistic missiles.
To serve its primary role as what the Chinese call the “nuclear great wall” the Dongzhen is operated remotely, patrolling China’s borders for up to twenty days before it lands for a refueling. However, the Dongzhen still features a cockpit and can serve a secondary role as an air superiority dog fighter.
Although many of the Dongzhen’s capabilities are still top secret, officials stated that it had a full complement of cyberweapons as well as other possible offensive capabilities.
Americans reported loud booms this December as the Dongzhen flew over the United States in a display of force. U.S. Air Force Gen. Tom McInerney slammed the Obama administration for keeping the flights under wraps, saying, “The US is no longer a super power, and American citizens have Obama to thank. I am personally shocked and terrified.”
7 replies on “China unveils cutting edge Dongzhen interceptor — American generals terrified”
You need to dumb this shit down more for it to go viral.
That’s a lot of shekels goy
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THEY LIKE ME, THEY REALLY LIKE ME!
:::goes back to lurking, watching fucktards stab each other in the face & throwing each others kids (& family) under the twitter shortbus:::
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you really liked this one huh spook
this type of a thing could happen any day and the big e-peen of the us and europe would deflate for.. decades? centuries? millenia? forever?
“could happen any day” lmao. China can’t even build passenger jets. Airbus (FRANCE) now lets China perform final assembly on some jets, but even those are only for the domestic Chinese market.