• Chinese Navy Attacks Great Barrier Reef

    April 4, 2010 6:13 pm 12 comments
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    As I have made clear, I am extremely terrified of Chinese people. You should feel the same way too.

    At every turn the Chinese seek to destroy all life, be it human or animal, that is not within their communist state. Their manifesto praises the destruction of all English speaking nations and their government misrepresents us to their people.

    China’s most recent military crusade took place off the shores of Australia, where new reports reveal they have attacked the Great Barrier Reef.

    This act of aggression was carried out by a Chinese oil/frigate freighter, used to carry fuel to the Chinese aircraft carriers. The Chinese are militant about having their aircraft carriers well fueled and armed, as when they attacked America during WW2 they did not possess such technology and therefore America was able to recover from their sneak attack.

    Scientists fear this deliberate oil spill upon the Great Barrier Reef could have far reaching repurcussion for the local oceanic flora and fauna in proxy to this biodiverse region.

    “Peter Garrett, the nation’s environment protection minister, told reporters that the federal government is concerned about the impact an oil spill could have on the environmentally sensitive reef, one of the wonders of the natural world that was selected as a World Heritage site in 1981.

    Environmentalists said they were “horrified” at the possible damage the mishap might cause to the ecosystem, which is 1,800 miles long and comprises more than 3,000 individual reefs, cays and islands — providing a habitat for countless sea species.

    Coral reefs cover slightly less than 1% of the world’s oceans, but are home to about 25% of all identified marine species.

    Like other coral reefs, the Great Barrier Reef was built literally on the backs of small, colonial animals that make formations resembling tabletops, giant brains or elk horns. Growing on top of one another, these skeletons of calcium carbonate fuse together into rock that can slice through a ship’s hull like a can opener.

    Besides physical damage to the reef, the greatest threat from the cargo vessel comes from the roughly 300,000 gallons of heavy fuel oil it carries to run its engines.”

    No word yet on what sanctions NATO will enforce upon China for this act of wanton carnality and threat to life.

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