April 26, 2019
Meanwhile, in America…
The chinks are fools if they think they can pull this off without strong, independent fat sheebons who don’t need no man.
It has been scientifically proven it’s just not possible.
Not content with landing a spacecraft on the far side of the moon, China now wants to build a space base up there.
In a public statement, the head of China’s space program suggested it could be done within a decade.
This is what a sane, homogeneous country sets as a priority, as a thing to aim for.
Now what does a kiked country aim for instead?
Houston, you have a problem.
Oh right – destroying itself, and being proud of it.
Zhang Kejian from the China National Space Administration (CSNA) told state media service Xinhua that in ‘about 10 years’ the country will have a research station on the moon’s south pole. He also mentioned in his speech that China plans to launch its first probe to explore Mars in 2020.
Fun fact: If the good guys won WWII, there’d already be cities on Mars by now.
Hell, even after that, there still might’ve been cities on Mars if the West hadn’t gone full kike.
But it has, and now, instead of exploring space, we have stuff like this:
“Look goyim – progress!”
You decide which is better.
So far, neither the United States, Russia or the European Union have any involvement in this plan. China is going it alone.
The country is massively ramping up its presence in space exploration. China spends more on spaceflight than any other country in the world, save the United States.
No, the chinks are actually spending more than the US as well, because much of the money the US nominally spends on spaceflight goes to affirmative action, Moslem “outreach” programs and other senile gibberish like that.
Although it successfully landed the Chang’e 4 lunar rover on the far side of the moon, it hasn’t always had the best track record when it comes to exploring the boundaries beyond Earth. Last year, China lost control of the Tiangong-1 space station which plunged into the South Pacific.
The 8.5-tonne Tiangong 1 mostly burned up over the vast ocean after re-entering Earth’s atmosphere at around 1.15am. China has a replacement, Tiangong-2, in orbit around Earth at the moment.
Building ships and occasionally having one blow up sounds a lot more promising than constantly being on the lookout for some mongrel with enough White blood in it to convincingly imitate intelligence on a TEDtalk, which at this time appears to be the main focus of all universities and research institutions in the formerly Western world…
If there’s any place that takes bets on which country is gonna put a man on Mars first, my bet’s on China.
Listen to this thing whose kind couldn’t invent the wheel tell you how to do science’n shieeet