This is an eye-opening interview on how people just disappear in China and how the CCP will try to alienate you from your family. Kind of like how the Communist government of Vietnam is responsible for alienating a father from his child over money. Oh no, I’m not talking about me – I don’t have children.
I hope this guy who resigned is just being pessimistic, but to say that ‘US cyber defense systems [are] at kindergarten level’ is concerning to say the least.
A few people are getting rich in China but everyone else suffers. Lost jobs. Stolen technology and lost profits leave lives ruined just so a few people can get rich. China likes to say they will not accept an “unequal” trade deal. Well China has been exploiting the US’s economy for decades. China is playing the long game, and U.S. companies are playing the stupid short-term profit game. Slowly but surely we all lose. China doesn’t want ‘peaceful coexistence’, they don’t believe they can ‘coexist’ with the US which they see as holding them back from achieving their China dream.
Finally, Apple and other companies are realizing that China is an unfavorable business climate to foreign companies. But companies aren’t moving fast enough. What will happen when we go to war over Taiwan – something experts predict is just a question of “when” not “if”?
China has been engaged in “theft on a scale so massive that it represents one of the largest transfers of wealth in human history” – Christopher Wray, Director FBI
It’s true that not all Chinese nationals are spies, but certainly, most industrial spies are coming out of China.
“Someday we may say that we never saw it coming. After seventy-five years of peace in the Pacific, a new challenger to American power has emerged, on a scale not seen in generations. Working from a deep sense of national destiny, the Chinese Communist Party is guiding a country of 1.4 billion people towards what it calls “the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation,” and, with it, the end of an American-led world. Will this generation witness the final act for America as a superpower? Can American ingenuity, confidence, and will power outcompete the long-term strategic thinking and planning of China’s Communist Party? These are the challenges that will shape the next decade and more. China’s Vision of Victory brings the reader to a new understanding of China’s planning, strategy, and ambitions. From seabed to space, from Africa to the Arctic, from subsurface warfare to the rise of China’s global corporations, this book will illuminate for the reader the new great game of our lifetimes, and how our adversary sees it all.”