Biden’s Tech-War “Goes Nuclear”. “Blocking China’s Access to Crucial Semiconductor Technology”

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Excerpt: "...The Biden administration is squandering American power on unilateral actions it cannot enforce and that will no have meaningful impact on China’s development. They’d be better off looking for ways to ease the transition to a new world, then pathetically trying to turn back the clock to the bygone 'unipolar moment'...".
SOURCE URL: https://www.globalresearch.ca/bidens-tech-war-goes-nuclear/5796840

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  • Posted by freedomforall 1 month ago
    What? Trying to stop what every treasonous Deep State Administration has done since Traitor Bill Clinton gave away the entire USA R&D effort of the 20th century?
    Nope, just desperate fake news.
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    • Posted by $ Dobrien 1 month ago
      Or Kissmyassinger gave away our manufacturing to China . How has that worked out for US.
      This deep state plan has long term origins as you know.
      Kissinger’s Curse

      One of the most infamous characters in modern history is Henry Kissinger. His musings and policy recommendations have shaped much of the Western world today, warts and all; and there are many warts. Population control, nuclear proliferation, Middle East wars, de-pegging of the USD from gold, the rise of China, the impending collapse of the West and so much more can all trace their roots back to Henry Kissinger.

      Generally regarded as the ultimate neo-conservative, Henry Kissinger was loathed by his ideological opponents:
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      • Posted by $ Dobrien 1 month ago
        In 1943, Kissinger was drafted into the US Army. He was recruited into military intelligence by Fritz Kraemer. Fritz had an enormous influence on Kissinger, as well as other future politicians like Donald Rumsfeld and Alexander Haig. Unsurprisingly, Fritz also immigrated to America from Germany:

        No matter what anyone thinks of Fritz Kraemer, herein lies the dilemma: His Prussian traditions led him to the belief that a “noble elite” was required to run Western democracies. A government “for the people, by the people” an unacceptable risk to the State. Instead, a government must be “for the people, by the chosen elite”. Sounds familiar. Fritz’s ideology permeated through the central intelligence agencies. The ‘kult of Prussia’ was now on full display, and Kissinger was his prime choice to shape America’s future.

        The other man that influenced Kissinger’s thinking was his teacher at Harvard, William Yandell Elliot. Elliot “would eventually be a political advisor to six US presidents and would also serve as a mentor to Zbigniew Brzezinski and Pierre Trudeau, among others.”

        Judging by the company Kissinger kept in his early years, it should not be surprising that his outlook on world affairs was decidedly Prussian. He would deny it if asked, but Kissinger was uber Bismarckian. A man who would take Realpolitik to its extreme: more….. https://prussiagate.substack.com/p/th...
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    • Posted by mhubb 1 month ago
      stealing chip tech takes time
      it takes time to see what you've stolen, then get it into production, before you go back to the well for more
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      • Posted by freedomforall 1 month ago
        IMO, they never stop the process of espionage, using every means available. All governments do it.
        All companies are in competition, too, so the ones who can participate in espionage, do so, with the larger
        ones using government to destroy anyone who gets in their way.
        Even heroes, few as they are, must at least seek information to defend themselves.
        Ignoring reality can be deadly.
        But the Deep State has been actively destroying everything good about America for over a century.
        Presidents Carter, Bush, Clinton, Bush, Obama, and Buydem are all guilty of this treason,
        and they have had many accomplices, in governments and in NGO's and in business
        (especially the banking cartel.)
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  • Posted by Lucky 1 month ago
    Biden/Whoeveritis has taken this major step as it makes him look tough, it will gain a few votes from the unthinking, and it will damage both the military and economic stance of China. But, as the writer says, this is short term. Several nations, both good-guys and others, have had such sanctions and trade isolation imposed. The result is always that they have developed as needed to overcome the problem, it takes some five years or maybe more.

    The current US Deepstate resents competition, even fair competition. Hence the attempt to put down Russia, probably failing. The attempt to put down the EU is working, disgracefully. Food shortages are possible and the outlook for heating buildings this coming winter looks grim. This measure against China could work for a few years, then rebound.

    China has an easy counter-measure, they can remove the self-imposed noose round their economy of the wuhu scare. It is not genuine of course, it is used as a political repression measure.
    If they remove the wuhu nonsense, their economy grows and the repression relaxes at the same time.
    It may even be a winner for them!
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    • Posted by $ Markus_Katabri 1 month ago
      Very good points. In the end this action is meaningless. Nobody seriously believes the Chinese aren’t smart enough to engineer their own chips. If anything it’s more fantastic to believe that WE could begin manufacturing our own chips again faster than THEY can compensate. This continued decoupling will just make the BRICS nations stronger. We are currently watching the US Deep State flail around trying to sucker punch everyone who doesn’t lick the boot. There are no real “good guys” in this scenario. But, I’m kinda rooting for the BRICS nations. I can now see where we have been less than helpful in our dealings with them. And I’m fully prepared to see us get what we deserve.
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  • Posted by $ Dobrien 1 month ago
    Meaningless, Xi will take Taiwan and with it the Deep states Taiwan Semiconductor behemoth.
    Nancy didn’t go “to tie one on” she can and does do that at the Capital. She went to Taiwan for other reasons.
    How many billions will we send to Zelensky’s NeoNazi’s
    In defense of the Chinese island. When it is invaded. Heck Ukraine got money to protect US against inflation. I wonder if we have biolabs there.
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  • Posted by $ AJAshinoff 1 month ago
    Considering the lack of leverage we have and the amount of debt undertaken and considering how many actual soldier have abandoned their careers as fags openly entered the military this treasonous jackass is playing russian roulette with 80% of the chambers armed.

    and we still wait on optics? Pointless.
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  • Posted by mccannon01 1 month ago
    Hmmm, looks like the administration is going to finally pretend to close the barn door long after the Chinese horse ran away with the goods, leaving us citizenry with an empty barn.
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  • Posted by tutor-turtle 1 month ago
    Forgetting, of course, that almost everything in Walmart and most other stores (big box or other wise) sells little but Chinese-made goods. As the Kenyan infamously said: "Never underestimate the ability for BuyDone to eff things up"
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  • Posted by $ Stormi 1 month ago
    Biden is just stupid. He is like some old time gunlsinger who marches into Dodge City, intent on takeing over the town, but soon is killed dead when Marshall Dilion pulls out the stops and leaves him dead on the ground. Nob one is impressed with either Biden's totoal lack of statesmanship, not his oversatatement of US military readiness!
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