The new cold war with China

fokker

Pelican
A few days ago, Russian journalist Andre Vltchek died in his car on the way to Istanbul. He'd been making his own independent investigation into Xinjiang and the Uyghur issue, and some people think NATO, the US State Department or Mossad wanted him dead.

 
CCP announces plan to take control of China's private sector

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Xi further clamps down on the private sector to make sure they tow the line...

"According to the new provisions, private firms will need a certain amount of CCP registered employees, which is already a long-term practise in large private firms but not smaller ones.

These cadres will make sure businesses follow the guiding ideology “Guided by Xi Jinping’s Thought on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era.”

They will also guide private business people to enhance the latest CCP catchphrases – “four consciousnesses”, strengthen the “four self-confidences”, and achieve the “two safeguards.”

Duties of cadres will include the duties of strengthening ideological guidance, guiding private economic figures to increase their awareness of self-discipline, build a strong line of ideological and moral defence, strictly regulate their own words and deeds, cultivate a healthy lifestyle, and create a good public image."

 
CCP speeds up 'Digital China' plan for 100% watch over daily life

People's Daily outlines the 'new era' President Xi envisages, with technology that covers all aspects of citizens' lives – education, medical care, social services and myriad other facets all logged on a national internet cloud

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fokker

Pelican
At this point I don’t know whose worse. Communist China that puts its own interests first or America. Who pushes out a never ending stream of feminist, consumerist, black loving, anti white, pro abortion, pro fag, pro big pharma, pro obesity brainwashing.
I remember seeing a comment on Sky News Australia that accused the Chinese of the same paedo-grooming operation (((Epstein))) and (((Ghislane))) ran for so many years. I'm quite sure the anti-China sentiment fomented among Western conservatives is a way to get them on board with a potential WWIII against China (and Russia and Iran).

The social credit technocracy is quite concerning, though.
 

Arado

Pelican
Gold Member
I remember seeing a comment on Sky News Australia that accused the Chinese of the same paedo-grooming operation (((Epstein))) and (((Ghislane))) ran for so many years. I'm quite sure the anti-China sentiment fomented among Western conservatives is a way to get them on board with a potential WWIII against China (and Russia and Iran).

The social credit technocracy is quite concerning, though.
Wall Street is making lots of money in China and it's a huge market for Disney. There is far from a consensus among "elites", even conservative ones, that China is the enemy.
 
The Chinese power play: How the Dragon is leaving its military footprints worldwide

An Indian perspective on China's massive military build-up...

"India Today analyses Pentagon's annual 'China Military Power Report' presented to the US Congress, keeping in mind the Chinese adage, "Know your enemy as thyself if you want to win every battle."


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wannable alpha

Woodpecker
Indian Army is gearing up for a long, potentially "hot" winter. Global Times, the Chinese gov mouthpiece, recently came out with an article saying it was time to teach India a lesson. Indian gov is right now between a rock and hard place.

A pre-emptive first strike against Chinese buildups could achieve a short term victory but would surely involve a massive Chinese retaliation.

Not doing anything could result in China taking more territory piece-by-piece. India's hope right now is to deny China this very thing by building up defenses along the border.

There is a third option. If China succeeds in taking some Indian land, Indian gov should just recognize Taiwan as a sort of ultimate FU to PRC and maybe start a trend of other countries doing the same. Encourage countries who are victims of China's debt traps to escape it by recognizing Taiwan which would result in China pulling out and cancelling projects and then said countries not paying the bill!
 

wannable alpha

Woodpecker
China has raised the ante by saying that it doesn't recognize the union territory of Ladakh as a part of India. This is a serious provocation.

 
The Chinese Government/Economy in the Next 30 Years: Political Reform vs. Status Quo?

Start watching at 54:20 when Michael Pillsbury brings up the ways the U.S. is trying to rein in China's predatory ways within American borders. He brings up how Xi has lied to U.S. leaders, over and over again, about such things as promising to not militarize the South China Sea, or stopping his nation's cyber-espionage activity against America.

 
Chinese army is full of wimps, sissies & little emperors. We are not saying this. This is what China thinks

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"Close to 70% of the Chinese military force is comprised of single-children, with no siblings. As such, they have been brought up as pampered “little emperors” by parents and grandparents. Having psychological impacts that growing up alone might have, there is a constant fear among strategic quarters in China that the softness of their force would spell a death-knell for the country’s expansionist and belligerent ambitions around all of its borders. In 2015, perhaps having smelled the coffee, China brought in the two-child policy."

 

Dr Mantis Toboggan

Kingfisher
Gold Member
Chinese army is full of wimps, sissies & little emperors. We are not saying this. This is what China thinks

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"Close to 70% of the Chinese military force is comprised of single-children, with no siblings. As such, they have been brought up as pampered “little emperors” by parents and grandparents. Having psychological impacts that growing up alone might have, there is a constant fear among strategic quarters in China that the softness of their force would spell a death-knell for the country’s expansionist and belligerent ambitions around all of its borders. In 2015, perhaps having smelled the coffee, China brought in the two-child policy."

The other thing, families who only have one son are a hell of a lot less likely to want to sacrifice him on the altar of invading Taiwan or provoking a war with the US/Japan.
 
Taiwan’s Military Is a Hollow Shell


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Taiwan is ill prepared for an armed conflict with China. They need to allocate their budgetary resources more intelligently, reform their reserves, and make combat arms more enticing for young men. A return to conscription may be a good idea. Overall, Taiwan seems to have lost the will to fight, and the will to properly prepare to fight. If this keeps up, I don't see Taiwan staying free.



 
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NBA Now Requiring All Players To Stand For Chinese National Anthem

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"We hope this gesture of goodwill will show China that we love them and there is no need for our multi-billion-dollar deal to fall through," said NBA Commissioner Adam Silver. "March on, Mao!" Silver then performed a soft jazz rendition of the tune and bowed low to the ground to show President Xi Jinping that he is very sorry.

Anyone who doesn't comply will be shot, a beloved Chinese custom that should further smooth things over with the authoritarian regime."

 
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