Monthly Archives: November 2015

Su-35

This is a top military aircraft everyone dreams of, except that it’s not stealthy. It costs about the same compared to T-50, only slightly cheaper. None the less, compared to American military aircraft, Su-35 is a solid deal. Lack of … Continue reading

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S-400

The Chinese government is very easy to deceive, so the sale of S-400 to China will be extremely smooth at a good price for Russia until it’s proven to be ineffective in Syria, fingers crossed. Don’t get me wrong. Even … Continue reading

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Flying Phoenix

The downed Su-24 gave Turkey a lesson: they can’t do whatever they want just because they have NATO backing them. If they truly want NATO’s support, they need to have a high and strong moral ground. Turkey looked really bad, … Continue reading

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Electric-Photonic Rocket

Rocket Lab, a rocket company based in New Zealand, which looks like a chubby version of Japan next to Australia on a map, is finishing its Electron, an electric rocket. I noticed it early this year (https://simplyjet.wordpress.com/2015/04/23/rocket-lab-electron/) and thought that … Continue reading

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Is There A Problem?

Beijing just banned an art exhibition about gender inequality (http://qz.com/560647/beijing-just-banned-an-art-exhibition-on-violence-against-women-but-you-can-view-the-work-here/). What’s the problem? Isn’t that a worldwide problem instead of a Chinese problem? Is China so good that it presents an exception in the world? The frequent banning of civil … Continue reading

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The French, Never To Be Trusted

Home to corruption in the European world since the ancient of times, shrewd and variable, France is never to be trusted. France was the first to embrace the Communist Party of China in the West and now the first to … Continue reading

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Russian Pilot Rescued

The Syrian army commandos seemed to understand good ethics and rescued the surviving Russian pilot, who was later returned to the Russian air base (http://www.cbc.ca/news/world/russia-pilots-fate-turkey-1.3335937). Torture is a war crime, no matter how evil your enemy is. Why not just … Continue reading

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