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If you look at the geo-political and financial motives and who stands to win out of this it clearly points towards the west gaining the most out of this global pandemic situation The are desperate to halt the rise of economic and military rise of super power china The virus seems to be targeting black and ethnic non-white minorities mostly and more severely. So its a sort of racial bio weapon already just from casual observation The only way to stop globalism and rise of china as stop dog is to do something very drastic like for example implant this virus in wuhan knowing theirs a chinese virus military lab there already and pin the blame on them. America government is in huge debt to the chinese due to the trade deficit and bail outs during the banking crisis in 2007. The US has several lab and military bases that are researching bio weapons such as weaponizing corona-viruses. The very first cases corona happened to be in USA and china, strange that. By blaming china they force the global change course because everyone will resent the chinese and want to trade with other countries instead I am no fan of the chinese government particular because its a totalitarian authoritarian government but from what I can see i dont see any benefit for the chinese to have done this if it turns out it was a bio weapon. It would be like them running away backwards from the winning line when they just about to win the 100m race for global financial dominance.
Ever read Sun Tzu's "art of war". He was a Chinese general some 2000 yrs back and he published the said work. I m quite impressed by some of quotes from that work He says "All warfare is based on deception. Hence, when we are able to attack, we must seem unable; when using our forces, we must appear inactive; when we are near, we must make the enemy believe we are far away; when far away, we must make him believe we are near." How would one go on to implement such a thing in real life. Is this a nice arrow in an individuals quiver along with things like 1. Brown nosing 2. Flatter the one who seeks it. 3. Judge people's weak points based on what they utter from their own mouths. For instance : a friend kept his WhatsApp status "I don't want money, I don't want fame. I want greatness". It's clear how u milk this person. 4. Appear all innocent and naive. 5. Passive aggression
Sun Tzu - Art Of War
dallysingh101 posted a topic in POLITICS | LIFESTYLEGet it while you can folks. Free download. This short, ancient classic by an unknown (but obviously brilliant) Chinese general on military strategy is eye opening and shockingly enduring as a work. Why pick this translation over the many that are available on the market? Because it has been translated by Chinese people themselves who are better equipped to read and translate the subtle nuances in the work that would go over the heads of the many Europeans who have attempted to translate this work. I picked it up many years ago from a Chinese shop in Holland just after first graduating. I found it again after years when I was going through some old boxes and scanned it. I tried sticking it on my scribd with no success, but you can download it for free from the link. I hope some of you learn a thing or two from it and enjoy studying it. http://www.sikhawareness.com/files/file/20-sun-tzu_-the-art-of-war/