I wonder if there's anything quite so suicidal as training your enemy in how to beat you. Maybe in transferring top secret technology to him. O wait, we've already done that. Maybe in letting him get away with hacking your most sensitive secrets. Oh, wait . . .
Look closely at the U.S. Army general's face. Will he be able to sleep soundly at night after THIS ? I predict that history will not treat this officer very well,
but at least he'll have his pension. Paid monthly in YUAN ?
Be sure to mirror copy this image. And memorize BOTH men's faces.
Under Barak Obama, I'm certain the Army has a Division of Diversity and Inclusion. After all, who are we to deny military secrets from the Red Chinese? That's not who we are! Those aren't American values!
We aren't living in interesting times, we're living in an age of insanity.
“With all the craziness in the world, it’s nice to be working with the Chinese army,” Soyster said. “It’s a reminder that we’re all in this together. We’re all human.”
That's really all Beijing needs out of this, to convince the American military to be less inclined to respond to Chinese aggression. Beijing has been preparing a variety of scenarios which allow an outright defeat of U.S. military forces committed in some politically devised idiocy somewhere. But they much prefer to let the world see the U.S. as militarily irrelevant without the risk of direct combat, with the attendant dire potential for heroics.
I don't believe the American military is ready to abandon the existing global security order without a fight, and I suspect Beijing knows enough to agree. But Obama isn't just going to allow our military to win such a fight, and the quicker we give up and admit defeat, the better for Beijing. Sugarcoating the implications of a world order defined by a rising Communist power is to their benefit, for now, because it makes giving up on the current order more palatable to the U.S. military.
If anyone remembers their history, the Nazis and Russian Communists both exchanged troops and all kinds of things, leading up to the Nazi invasion of the USSR on June 22, 1941. Later in the war, the Russians tortured their own soldiers for being in Germany, and working with them, under Russian orders! Anyway, the intelligence gathered by the Germans worked very well for them, and helped give the German Army almost a victory over the Russians. The Chinese are merely following Sun Tzu, in sending out spies to a willing opponent to gather intelligence before making their move. In every instance of Chinese presence in America, they have been engaged in espionage to some degree, and everyone should recall how they penetrated Lawrence Livermore for a long time, and as simply as using a long distance PAY PHONE, under the Clintons. To be sure, they got caught, but they don't care about that. They care about results.
we did this with the Japanese prior to WWII and invited them to watch a simulated attack on Pearl Harbor. They took this information home and used it years later with disastrous results. Hopefully seeds will be planted and any shenanigans will result in some very surprised adversaries.
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