Well, I look like a Chinese because I am ethnically perfectly Chinese, at least up by 5 generations, very pure indeed. So, I am supposed to be pro-Russia. How come I was telling Americans the truth about the inadequacy of strategic bombers? If they are stupid, I am supposed to rejoice, right? How come I appeared to be very angry? Simple. Russian military regime is very hard to talk to, whom even Mr. Putin has to fear. Whenever they are doing something stupid, you tell them an American story and hopefully they will get it. Russia has an even bigger military investment in strategic bombers, well, at least proportionally. However, they are simply trying to show they can surpass Americans in every way, catching up from behind, as evidenced by the fact that they are always purposefully a few years behind only to surpass US upon the introduction of their new generation. Whenever they behave like religious followers, it means that deep down they worship American military strategists, who often can be quite wrong. However, if you laugh at those Americans, you still can win over a few smiles. It’s complicated. Well, let me take that back. Both T-50 and S-400 are leaders and not followers in military strategic thinking. Russia does have its own opinion in certain areas.
That’s why. You see, I am very pro-Russia, as the widely popular stereotype must suggest.
We all know it’s not politically correct to say someone is stupid in US. So, let me correct one more mistake. There’s a good reason why American military strategists prefer bombers to missiles, because American arms producers prefer bombers, for 2 good reasons. Firstly, they are much better at making airplanes, both commercial and military. It’s simply wise to stick to your strength. Secondly, US doesn’t attack Russia very often, so US government may not order lots of missiles. In order to make more money, they prefer to sell bombers instead of missiles. Arms producers work closely with military strategists, who are key decision makers or at least key influences in military procurement. They make sure that those American geniuses work for them instead of the American government. Making money makes sense.
Russia has the same problem, but their decision to follow the same American military strategy has more to do with pure patriotism.