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The Washington Times Weekly - - Letters To The Editor - Pa­tri­cia S. Brod­er­ick Mooresville, North Carolina

What part of “en­emy” does Adm. William J. Fal­lon not un­der­stand? (“China sub se­cretly stalked U.S. fleet,” Nov. 20 edi­tion) The Chi­nese are our en­emy. They do not wish us good. They are in the process of cor­ner­ing the power in the Pa­cific if Adm. Fal­lon is al­lowed his deadly fool­ish­ness. Adm. Fal­lon’s duty is to keep Amer­ica safe, not to play foot­sie with the Chi­nese mil­i­tary. Such naivete com­ing from the high­est ranks of our mil­i­tary is fright­en­ing.

Look at it this way. The in­scrutable Chi­nese are smil­ing at the weak­en­ing of the United States, all the while en­gaged in a rapid build up of a qual­ity mil­i­tary paid for by Amer­i­cans buy­ing Chi­nese goods. The irony is not lost on them.

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