On this episode of “China’s Not Gonna Eat Our Lunch, Man”…
Looks like those pesky rascals in Beijing — who’ve stated publically their goal of world domination — are up to no good, again. Three words: brain-machine interfaces. Three more words: mind control weapons.
However, no word on how far along the ChiComs are on updating their list of approved inclusive pronouns available to the People’s Liberation Army. As I reported last week, the “more inclusive” U.S. Air Force and Space Force have taken a commanding lead over the Chinese military in the ever-strategic pronouns race.
Yeah, what could possibly go wrong?
U.S. Officials Issue Chilling China Warning – Militarizing "Mind Control Weapons" And Brain-Machine Interfaceshttps://t.co/MgLfuQ0Vwc
— Red Voice Media (@RedVoiceMedias) December 28, 2021
Fox News National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin filed a report on China’s research late last week.
It sounds like a sci-fi thriller. New intelligence shows China is using technologies like gene editing, and brain-machine interfaces to enhance military capabilities and control its own people, machines that could allow a Chinese commando to discharge a weapon with just a thought, not a trigger finger.
How much of a threat are we talking about? Hard to say, but former Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe cautioned that the U.S. will not attempt to keep up with China in brain-machine interfaces research in areas that subject American citizens and members of the military to risk.
We’re not going to place our own soldiers, sailors, and airmen at risk, which is what the intelligence tells us the Chinese are willing to do. They want to advance at any cost, including those that are harmful to their own population.
Incidentally, Ratcliffe has warned about Chinese military advances in the past.
As I reported in October, the former national security director’s incisive analysis of China’s hypersonic missile test blistered Biden and his sidekick, White House Press Secretary Jen Circle-Back Psaki, who ridiculously responded to China’s unprecedented test with “We welcome stiff competition.”
Griffin said Beijing is already using biotechnology to further its objectives.
“The Pentagon says Beijing already uses these technologies, including biometric surveillance tools and facial recognition to track dissidents and journalists and to suppress the Uyghurs.”
Speaking of the Muslim-minority Uyghurs, against whom the ChiComs have committed genocide, forced into work camps, and God knows what else, the Biden administration earlier this month announced it would impose sanctions on several Chinese biotech and surveillance companies, citing their use of technology to further suppress the Uyghurs. Symbolism over substance? Time will tell.
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The Department of Commerce measures, said Griffin, will add the Chinese Academy of Military Medical Sciences and its 11 research institutes to its “entity list,” barring American companies from selling parts to them without a license.
A senior Biden administration official told The Financial Times that China is working with emerging biotechnologies for military applications that include “gene editing, human performance enhancement, brain-machine interfaces.” Yup, no American “lunch” being eaten here at all. No way.
Meanwhile, let’s hop aboard the Wayback Machine and pay a visit to Joe on the campaign trail in 2019 — and his silly comments about China not eating our lunch.
China is going to eat our lunch? C’mon, man. They can’t even figure out how to deal with the fact that they have this great division between the China Sea and the mountains in the east — I mean in the west.
They can’t even figure out how they’re gonna deal with the corruption that exists within the system. They’re not bad folks, folks. But guess what? They’re not competition for us.
Yo, Joe. China called. They want hoisin sauce on their turkey and a side of crow.
By 2021, as also seen in the above video, Joe was singing a different tune about the Chinese threat — and our lunch.
If we don’t get moving, they’re going to eat our lunch. … We’re in competition with China and other countries. …
No word on whether the inclusive pronouns race has an impact over who eats whose lunch.
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