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Hollywood action movie clips spotted in China airforce video

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By NICOLAS ASFOURI

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Tom Cruise will be hurt, what with one glaring movie omission!

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Caught “red” handed! Thieves!

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I watched yesterday. Bye bye Guam.

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Is this even a surprise at this point? This is not even the first time they did it. They use to take Top Gun movie clips in the past. Then there was that camouflage incident when they took really well camouflage photo's from a US hunting magazine and claim their soldiers were elites that were able to camouflage in the surroundings. It's been hilarious with how lazy they are whenever they do these kind of propaganda event.

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The point they're making imo is that the target is the US by having Guam in the video. Of course they can hit you over the head with a missile hitting the Statue of Liberty but that'd be way over the top.

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Hahahaha its the propaganda ministry so maybe not so surprising.

Also plagiarism & copyright issues & China go hand in hand LOL!!!

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"It's our nation's promotional video, why don't we use our own images?"

Cause you ain't got none!!

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Well, in all fairness, they probably paid to produce all the film clips, so why couldn't they use them?

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GoodlucktoyouToday wrote: (at 09:07 am JST) :

I watched yesterday. Bye bye Guam.

I thought Guam was going to tip over and capsize if 8,000 Marines would be sent to the island...

During a House committee meeting, Rep. Hank Johnson said he feared that stationing 8,000 Marines on Guam would cause the island to "become so overly populated that it will tip over and capsize."

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Did they purchase the rights to each clip or did they steal those too?

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Rep. Hank Johnson is an idiot. He represents a democratic area in Georgia - the 4th district. Georgians are used to slapping their hands against their foreheads and asking, "Hank said what?!"

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communists are so pathetic, every single time. They deceive and brainwash their own populace to such an extent they end up thinking the whole world is also that gullible or other people from other nations are very surprised with their super tacky prop videos

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Japan shows much more originality in its recruitment videos:

https://youtu.be/ZjAXJaFydwM

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Like so much in China, just Potemkin Village stuff.

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The only way China may win a war with their fake forces is by making us laugh ourselves to death...

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@ know betters

the US d.o.d loses every time the run imaginary war scenarios. So I would not be so sure

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Actually, this is further prove that Hollywood is in cahoots with the communist Chinese. Half kidding here, folks.

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'...The Pentagon says China already outstrips the U.S. in several areas of defense -- claims Beijing furiously denies -- and wants to double its stockpile of nuclear warheads'.

Sure, the US used that lie during the Soviet era, that the Soviet Union was far stronger than it really was, so the military-industrial complex (MIC) could get rich on new arms orders (and of course give 'electoral donations' and backhanders to the corrupt politicos and 'Intelligence' agencies).

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LOLOL..thanks for the laugh Chinese PLA Air Force Propaganda and Culture Center.

Good grief...what normal Air Force in any country needs a Propaganda and Culture Center????

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China and Russia always barking, barking and barking ... P.A.T.H.E.T.I.C. !!..

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Oh, that's funny!

Now, if only every thing else about dictatorships was only funny.

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Sure, the US used that lie during the Soviet era, that the Soviet Union was far stronger than it really was, so the military-industrial complex (MIC) could get rich on new arms orders (and of course give 'electoral donations' and backhanders to the corrupt politicos and 'Intelligence' agencies).

The US found lending money and exporting military hardware to the British was profitable and unfortunately has not and will not turn back from this formula.

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