Most Expensive US-UK Warships Ever Built Lay “Dead In Water” Due To China “Chip Destroyer”

November 25, 2016

Most Expensive US-UK Warships Ever Built Lay “Dead In Water” Due To China “Chip Destroyer”

By: Sorcha Faal, and as reported to her Western Subscribers

An astonishing Ministry of Defense (MoD) “urgent action” bulletin circulating in the Kremlin today is reporting that two of the West’s most expensive warships ever built now lay “dead in the water” after their propulsion systems were shut down by Chinese manufactured microchips that Federation military intelligence experts are still at a loss to explain why the United States and Britain even let these sabotaging electronic devices to have been used by their navies in the first place. [Note: Some words and/or phrases appearing in quotes in this report are English language approximations of Russian words/phrases having no exact counterpart.]


USS Zumwalt, the most expensive US warship ever built


HMS Duncan, the most expensive British warship ever built

According to this MoD bulletin, the United States Navy’s (US Navy) $4.4 billion guided missile destroyer USS Zumwalt, while transversing the Panama Canal, suffered a catastrophic propulsion failure on 21 November; while just two days later, on 23 November, the British Royal Navy’s (Royal Navy) $1.2 billion hi-tech destroyer HMS Duncan, likewise, suffered a catastrophic propulsion failure too while on NATO maneuvers.

To the commonality of both the United States and Britain’s most expensive warships ever built suffering such a catastrophic loss of propulsion, MoD experts in this bulletin point out, is directly due to what are called Chinese “chip destroyers”—which this bulletin explains are a type of microchip manufactured by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) that shortly after President Obama took power in the United States the US Navy was forced to buy by the tens-of-thousands.

Even though proof was given to the Obama regime of how dangerous these Chinese “chip destroyers” were, this bulletin notes, the Pentagon, nevertheless, continued purchasing and using them even while they were at the same time crashing American military networks.

Equally as astonishing as the US Navy using these Chinese “chip destroyers” in their warships, missile and communication systems, this bulletin further notes, was its purchase and use of Chinese dry docks at the Bath Iron Works shipyard where the USS Zumwalt was built—and that just two months ago (September) their experts were astonishingly in China looking to buy more of.

With these Chinese “chip destroyers” literally flooding into everything the US Navy and Pentagon has built over the past decade, this bulletin continues, a cooperation agreement signed in 2014 between the US Navy and Royal Navy have further allowed these dangerous devices to be placed in Britain’s warships, weapons and communication systems too.

MoD experts first hand knowledge of these Chinese “chip destroyers”, this bulletin continues, was gained during the Federations “experience/ordeal” with France in the Russian Navy’s planned 2009 purchase of two Mistral-class amphibious assault ships that were filled with them—but whose sale to Russia was aborted in 2015 when the Federation said it wouldn’t take them—after which they were sold by France to Egypt and delivered in September, but with Polish Minister of National Defense Antoni Macierewicz, on 4 November, stating that Egypt then sold them back to Russia for €1.

Most amazing to note in this MoD bulletin’s conclusion though is the discussion relating to how these Chinese “chip destroyed” Western warships should be treated in “conflict/war” situations—with some Federation naval experts advocating that “ships in distress” should never be fired upon, but others arguing that even though these warships may be “dead in the water”, their weapons systems still pose a “serious/grave” threat and should be sunk.

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