For years inquisitive minds throughout the world have been working relentlessly to quench their curiosity of knowing the unknown and discovering the unexpected. And while all have been motivated by different reasons..but the saddest part is that not many of these inventions have come without repercussions. In 1999, two senior People’s Liberation Army (Air Force) Colonels wrote a book called “Unrestricted Warfare”, wherein they explored technological innovation in warfare, military tactics, strategy, weapons and organization. Not only did it justify the use of cyber, finance, biological & chemical weapons for warfare, but these Chinese military theorists openly appealed for it. Today as these very manmade technological blunders come back to haunt us – some in the form of missiles, some as cyber frauds, some as viruses… we must ask ourselves – Shouldn’t there be a line between Science and Ethical Consideration? Shouldn’t we take a step back and evaluate the “progress” that the world has made?
When concerns were raised about forced labor in Xinjiang by Nike (and many other foreign brands), the internet was suddenly taken into a frenzy by celebrities calling off endorsements and netizens uploading logs of people destroying products of these brands..And while the rest of the world expected the rage to be brought under control by the government, Hua Chunying, China’s Foreign Ministry’s spokesperson, brought to light an issue that raised many more questions. She rationalized the aggressive and violent behavior of Chinese people against these foreign brands by calling it “patriotism” and “natural and normal”. But is it – “patriotism” ? Lets read –
As China’s pseudo-military force, Chinese Maritime Militia gets excessively active in the South China Sea region, we explore the reasons of Chinese aggression in this area, the CCP’s historical claims, UN’s rulings and the Adolf Hitler connect to this entire situation.
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Our principle is that the Party commands the gun, and the gun must never be allowed to command the Party. – Mao Zedong “Based on what I know, the Chinese side also suffered casualties in the Galwan Valley physical clash” Hu Xijin, Editor-in-Chief of Chinese state-run media’s tweet And that’s all. That’s their only explanation […]
Today once again I am woken up by those muffled murmurs – once again I hear whispered worries and distressed voices – I can’t pinpoint when I first noticed it, but it’s definite now – there is a bittersweet fragrance of Revolution in the air … and it reminds me of ’89, all over again. […]
“Every revolution seems impossible at the beginning, and after it happens, it was inevitable.” –Bill Ayers Every year on October 1st, my mind inadvertently retraces the history that shaped my country. But before I divulge a little into the past and a little into the present, I must introduce myself – I am Tian’anmen, the […]