Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.
War is peace.
Freedom is slavery.
Ignorance is strength.
Power is in tearing human minds to pieces and putting them together again in new shapes of your own choosing.
In the last few months we have made friends enemies… enemies friends and started down a spiraling trade war with the only clear losers being the population of the world. It is virtually impossible to win a trade war. We have forced children into detention centers very similar to what we did with the Japanese in world war 2 (I might add we didn’t descend into that level of barbarism even then of splitting up families). We have been told that what has happened was the result of something that never actually happened(Democrats being responsible for the policy). Anyone who disagrees will be labeled as fake news or ostracized. We have a First Lady who might as well have worn a Jacket saying “Let them Eat Cake”.
We pulled out of the human rights accords that only 4 countries do not belong to.
We have started down a slippery slope. How much power is too much? What will be the final straw to wake people up?
Personally I am appalled. I hear people seriously talking about leaving the Country to get some sanity in Government.
IN 2015, THE United States and China agreed to a digital truce that banned hacking private companies to steal trade secrets. And though the agreement has been touted as a success, it hasn’t stopped Chinese state-sponsored hackers from pushing the envelope of acceptable behavior. Moreover, it certainly hasn’t slowed types of hacking that fall outside the purview of the accord. Lately, it seems, that means defense intelligence gathering.
In recent weeks, Chinese hackers have reportedly breached a US Navy contractor that works for the Naval Undersea Warfare Center, stealing 614 GB of data about submarine and undersea weapons technology. Attacks in the last few months originating from China have also targeted US satellite and geospatial imaging firms, and an array of telecoms. The incidents highlight the clandestine but incessant hacking campaigns that continue reliably between the US and China.