2013 Calendar release at Kitchen 305 shot by Simon Soong
Last night was a fabulous Calendar showcase at Kitchen 305, New Port Beach Resort, featuring GES Models. We were thrilled to have showcase our month of December 2013 with the Beautiful and stunning Elaina Christina Mitchell. We feauture 4 our our latest additions to our 2013 line including our Crystal/Competition bikini's, Nautical by the sea, Pink Kiss, and Golden Gal just to name a few... The photos speak for themselves...Simon Soong is a phenomenal photographer!
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The real question is, is the U.S. wlniilg to risk starting a nuclear world war to protect Taiwan? There are really only two options if Taiwan declared independence and China invades. We could do nothing, or we could launch a world war that would likely go nuclear. China has anti-ship ballistic missiles that can destroy any aircraft carrier we send to the area. The Pentagon called these carrier-killer missiles a game changer and we don’t currently have any defense, and experts say it is unlikely any defense could be developed anytime soon. These missiles rise to an altitude well beyond the effective range of any air defense. They then drop straight down on the target at over 10 times the speed of sound. On top of that, these missiles are mobile, and are cheap enough to build that any defense we develop could be easily overwhelmed by shear numbers. Defense analysts say these missiles could essentially render the aircraft carrier obsolete, just as the aircraft carrier did with the battleship. I wonder how many aircraft carriers the US would be wlniilg to lose before quickly escalating the conflict by taking out China’s satellites or launching a nuclear attack? Since China has demonstrated that it is capable of destroying satellites in higher orbits than the US has (US has only successfully destroyed satellites in low orbit), this could be disasterous for the US. The only recourse the US would have in a war with China that would ensure victory would be a nuclear attack. Even if the US didn’t go nuclear, any military conflict between the US and China would lead to a complete collapse of the world’s economy, and let’s not forget that without China buying up our debt, the US economy itself would quickly collapse. On top of that, without rare earth metals provided by China, we can’t build any high-tech products, and our military production would immediately come to a grinding halt. If the people of Taiwan are so selfish and stupid that they are wlniilg to destroy the global economy and risk world war, just so they can declare independence (which would only be symbolic anyway since they already have de facto independence) I say let them accept the consequences for their idiotic actions.