That is a good point. I think a crucial factor to keeping us out of a war with China, even in the event of a false flag attack, is the lack of patriotism Americans have for this country. I don't think Americans view us as a civic nationalist collective like they did in 2001. If 9/11 happened now, I think a lot of people would view it more as an attack on "those New York banker whites (odd how there were so few Jews present in the WTC at that time)" and less of an attack on "us."I keep hearing these sentiments. How would you envision this?
I don't see this happen at all. A cold war, okay. A proxy war, maybe. But a direct engagement between the US and China? That didn't even happen in the Cold War 1.0 because both the Soviets and the Americans knew that the risk for Mutual Assured Destruction was just too big