Al Jazeera wrote:US unveils plans to counter China’s rise in Asia
In a new document, the US says it wants to counter China’s ‘predatory economic practices’, ‘accelerate India’s rise’ and help Taiwan ensure its ‘freedom from coercion’.
"Squish China, build up India, and keep Taiwan separated."
So imagine you could play a video game like "The Sims" but instead of digital humans, the "Sims" that you are manipulating are actually billions of real people with billions of real lives.
If you get distracted by a lot of text messages or by ambiant noise in your bedroom, you could make decisions that end up killing half of your sims. Luckily, these sims aren't real or your weak shepherding skills and lack of real interest could do a lot of harm to other people whose lives are just as real as your own.
So who gets to play Sim Life with billions of real people?
And who exactly gave *someone* permission to play morbid games with other people's destiny this way? I hope the State Department Sim players have a permission slip from the creator of the universe, signed and dated.
As outlined in the above-mentionned article, here are the first two strategies for getting what the State Department gamers want from "its" worldwide Sims:
1. Assumes China “aims to dissolve U.S. alliances and partnerships in the region. China will exploit vacuums and opportunities created by these diminished bonds.”
What do you call it when Western colonists get kicked out of a country? "A vacuum," apparently. This use of the word "vacuum" suggests that only Western Power is a real thing. Everything else is aggressive nothingness (a vaccum).
2. “China seeks to dominate cutting-edge technologies, including artificial intelligence and bio-genetics, and harness them in the service of authoritarianism. Chinese dominance in these technologies would pose profound challenges to free societies.”
The Sim players assume that they are freedom, and that China is the opposite of this entity. Yet, all the technologies mentionned are controlling-technologies which the Sim players are seeking as well.
There are four more strategies mentionned in the article, but they are all a lot like these two. They all make it clear that the mafia doesn't take kindly to losing market share.
an mk-ultra *science* and a jeffrey dahmer *foreign policy*
funded by pick-pocket *economics*