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China & Military Technology

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Published on Aug 3, 2013

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Date: 07-01-07 Host: Art Bell Guests:Charles R. Smith

Biography:

Charles R. Smith is one of America's leading experts on cyber technology and its implications for war, terrorism, privacy and every way technology interacts with our lives. He is an exclusive columnist for NewsMax.com as its "CyberWar" expert and is currently President and CEO of SOFTWAR, his own consulting company.

Mr. Smith's life sounds like a character in a Tom Clancy novel. He received a U.S. government "Top Secret" clearance as a top-level computer engineer for EDS. There he was assigned to work with the U.S. Army on logistic projects during the Cold War. He currently provides security software for medical information services and hospitals, encryption software for secure e-mail, direct communications, electronic commerce and Internet Web Site services. During the past ten years, Smith has also become a noted investigative journalist.

Investigative journalist for NewsMax.com, Charles R. Smith discussed concerns about China in relation to their militaristic practices and intent. He also spoke about the next generation of US military technology. China is supplying the Taliban with advanced weapons, such as surface-to-air missiles, and is using Iranians as intermediaries in the transactions, he asserted.

China's actions, he said, are a kind of "asymmetrical warfare" employed against the US in which proxies are used to distribute militaristic technology. Further, China has 3,000 front companies operating in the U.S. for economic and military espionage, claimed Smith, who advocated shutting them down and "sending them home."

America's newest military aircraft are likely to be unmanned, and the latest spy plane nicknamed "Son of Blackbird" will exceed the abilities of the SR-71,

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