主题： 马来西亚军舰在南海追逐中国护卫舰时出故障 险些沉没
马来西亚军舰在南海追逐中国护卫舰时出故障 险些沉没 2011-09-22 08:35 #1
http://www.chnqiang.com/article/2011/09 ... 55_1.shtml
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KD_Pahang# ... _the_class
http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/054%E5%9E% ... B%E8%88%B0
http://zh.wikipedia.org/wiki/053H3%E5%9 ... B%E8%88%B0
以上我说明马赖海军的KD Pari 和 KD Pahang和中国的护卫舰(frigate)的大小和武
马来西亚军舰在南海追逐中国护卫舰时出故障 险些沉没 2011-09-22 14:08 #2
中国有幸位列于世界上经济影响力最强的国家以及军力最强的国家, 几乎双料王牌, 还是联合国安理会常任理事国.
然而, 看看大中国的海军, 就是在自己的南海领域内, 反被蹩脚的马贼军舰两次三番地追赶驱逐. 实乃可耻、可悲、可恨.
强盛 威严 博爱 之中国
马来西亚军舰在南海追逐中国护卫舰时出故障 险些沉没 2011-09-23 08:17 #3
http://www.chnqiang.com/article/2011/09 ... 0693.shtml
Some people say China should not go to war against Malaysia because it could
shut China out of the Malacca St. But it is very unlikely that Malaysia
would dare to shut China out of Malacca St. For one thing what would Malaysia
use to keep China out of Malacca St.? Certainly it could not keep China
out of Malacca St. with its 4th rate Navy which is more likely to sink all
by itself before it can stop any Chinese ships. It would not dare to use
its land based missiles because China could easily wipe them out with many
cruise-missiles such as Long Sword (Chang-Jian) and Red Bird (Hong Niao)
or ballistic missiles such as East Wind (Dong Feng). China could also invade
Sabah and Sarawak to set up military bases and then from the western end
of Sarawak launch a multi-prong invasion of the Malay Peninsula. If Malaysia
can invade China's sovereign islands in the South Sea, then I don't see
any reason why China cannot invade Malaysia. China can follow this up with
mass migration of tens of millions of Chinese into Malaysia and after 30
years it can become a new province of China. If America can keep adding
new states to its union, then I don't see why China cannot add new provinces
to its nation. Then China can control not only the South Sea but also can
open the door into Indian Ocean all the way to the east coast of Africa.
马来西亚军舰在南海追逐中国护卫舰时出故障 险些沉没 2011-09-27 09:57 #4
http://www.chnqiang.com/article/2011/09 ... 92_2.shtml
中国053 和 054型护卫舰只有一座海红-7防空导弹。 海红-7防空导弹的航程只有12公
里。马赖西亚飞机FA-18和 Su-30 都有空对海导弹航程都超过12公里。 Mig-29 可
能只有炸弹。所以中国053 和 054型护卫舰不能和FA-18和 Su-30 对抗。不过中国有052C型
有115 km (KH-59ME出口)。所以中国的红旗-9防空导弹可以对抗FA-18和Su-30。中国可以派052C型驱逐舰去南海巡逻那就不怕马赖飞机。
其实就是用053 和 054型护卫舰到南海巡逻也不怕。可以用J-10，J-11，Su-27和
I doubt very much if Malaysia dare to actually use its fighter/bombers to
attack Chinese naval vessels. This is because China has many weapons with
which to attack Malaysia. There are many bombers, ballistic missiles, guided
missiles, big guns from naval ships, etc. not to mention nuclear bombs. China can also take the opportunity to attack and occupy Sabah and Sarawak if serious war broke out. After all, if Malaysia can occupy Chinese sovereign territories in the South Sea, why can't China occupy Malaysian
territories in the same South Sea? The biggest problem with the South Sea
situation is the self-restraint of the Chinese government. It is seeing
non-existent dangers everywhere. For example, the biggest fear of the Chinese
government is that the US will enter the war on the side of the 4 invaders.
Or that the US will shut down the Malacca St. to exclude Chinese shipping.
This is nonsense. The US has no intention of entering a war that it can
derive no direct benefits especially at a time when the American economy
is moribund. Furthermore, the US's purpose of re-entering
S. E. Asia is to try to get some economic benefits to pump some lifeblood
into the flagging American economy. If a paralyzing war broke out in the
South Sea then the economies of the S. E. Asia will collapse and the US
will end up losing even more. Furthermore, if the US entered the war on
the side of the 4 invaders, then the Chinese government must surely yield
to the Chinese public opinion and sanction American businesses in China.
That will immediately impact the American economy catastrophically. Therefore,
it is nonsense that the US will enter the war on the side of the 4 invaders.
China certainly can go to war without any fear of the US.
It should be obvious to any rational people that war in the South Sea is
inevitable if China wants to take back its sovereign territories. The biggest
problem is that the Chinese leaders do not have the gumption or mental toughness
to take the action to fight the war. The Chinese leaders are too corrupted and too
degenerated by decades of ease and comfort to want to bother with wars.
Their attitude can be summed up with the saying “树欲静而风不止”(The
tree wishes to be still but the wind will not stop)。A leadership cannot
be so passive and slack or laid back as the Americans would put it. The
leadership of potentially the greatest nation on earth must be active and
ready to move heaven and earth to develop China while protecting its sovereignty
and restoring its honor and respect. Those Chinese leaders who want to
lead a quiet and harmonious life must resign and go home to grow flowers
and leave the arduous administration of the greatest nation on earth to
those who are not afraid of taking on the hurly-burly and stormy responsibility
of safeguarding the motherland and go to war if necessary.
I give below the characteristics of the Chinese destroyer Type 052C.
马来西亚军舰在南海追逐中国护卫舰时出故障 险些沉没 2011-09-27 11:57 #5
http://www.chnqiang.com/article/2011/09 ... 69_2.shtml
This is like what I had said in the previous post. China must be able to go beyond its border and take the battle to foreign aggressors. Therefore, if Malaysia dared to invade China's sovereign territories in the South Sea then ultimately China must take the war to Malaysia.
马来西亚军舰在南海追逐中国护卫舰时出故障 险些沉没 2011-09-28 00:58 #6
The Chinese had probably not run away. This is because if it had run away then it would not have been possible for the second Malaysia gun boat, KD Pahang, to catch up with it to "shoo" it out of "Malaysian territory". Both the Chinese frigate and KD Pahang have speeds of some 30 knots or 33 miles per hour. So if the Chinese frigate wanted to escape it would simply turn and head away from the island from which KD Pahang obviously had set sailed. Since the Chinese was some 200 nm from the Malaysian coast, and since the island is some 200 nm from the Malaysian coast (closest distance to Sabah), the Chinese frigate must be either to the east or west of the island. Therefore, if the Chinese frigate wanted to escape it could simply turn around and sail north and KD Pahang would not have enough speed to catch up with it. The fact that PD Pahang had apparently caught up with the Chinese frigate means that it had continued to sail "toward" the island after the incidence thus allowing KD Pahang to come within sight of it. This obviously means the Chinese frigate did not run away but on the contrary had sailed toward the island.