Globalism = disloyalty

Ahh, the joys of globalism.  It was recently reported that Microsoft is working with China to develop artificial intelligence with a Chinese military university.

Tech giant Microsoft has reportedly been working on artificial intelligence research with a Chinese military-run university, recent reports claim that the research could be used for both surveillance and censorship.

Tech giant Microsoft has been working with a Chinese military-operated university on research relating to A.I. which could be used for surveillance and censorship practices, according to the Financial Times. Between March and November, three scientific studies were published which were co-written by academics from the Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing. Other researchers involved in the studies had close affiliations to China’s National University of Defense Technology (NUDT).

Senior fellow at the New America think tank and China tech expert Samm Sacks commented on the possible issues of collaboration between Microsoft and the Chinese military-run university, stating that the recently published papers raised “red flags because of the nature of the technology, the author affiliations, combined with what we know about how this technology is being deployed in China right now.” Sacks added: “The [Chinese] government is using these technologies to build surveillance systems and to detain minorities [in Xinjiang].”

In a world where we are told we must embrace globalism, no borders, and by default no loyalty to one’s country, is it any wonder corporate giants like Microsoft feel no loyalty to the United States?  Most corporate giants today in the United States treat it like a cheap whore they can pump and dump.  They keep their operations based here, but post their profits in foreign countries to pay far less taxes than they are supposed to.  Some don’t even have to do that.  Amazon made a cool $11.2 billion last year but paid…$0 in taxes in 2018.  And now to add insult to injury we have Microsoft directly aiding a foreign state to bolster their military.  China already steals $600 billion a year from us in intellectual property.  That’s billion, with a ‘b’.  It is only a matter of time before they use their AI against us (they probably already are), all the while having Microsoft benefit and we get the double whammy of surveillance used against us and very little if any tax money fed back into the US economy.  Lovely.

On some level can you even blame Microsoft?  It is a faceless corporation led by globalists with zero loyalty.  When we’ve stripped away any sense of loyalty to the state, and give the lightest of slaps on the wrist for penalties for severe crimes, the temptation is too great for some not to take advantage of the system.  Couple this with the continued de-Christianizing of the country and you strip any sense of morality from the day-to-day business operations of huge giants like this.  And with the corporation not being an actual person with the same legal ramifications, it is easy to pass the buck and avoid any sort of real blame or real repercussions on an individual basis.  Profits are the bottom line for publicly traded corporations like Microsoft.  Any way to squeeze a few more cents in the stock share for a quarter is worth it to them, by any means necessary, morality be damned.  Contrast that to a private company with Christian morals like Chick-fil-A, which does not have to worry about how quarterly profits will effect their stock price, and they can afford to still try and uphold a moral standard and the personal beliefs of its owners, which allows them to do things like close their stores on Sundays.

The Paris Riots: More than just about gas prices

It’s rarely (if ever) talked about on the MSM because it directly contradicts the narrative they want to push, but the Paris riots are about much more than simply higher fuel taxes.  Though it will certainly not help when people are told they need to add x amount of taxes for climate change/carbon tax reasons; that’ll be a harsh reality for the virtue signaling crowd who previously had no skin in the game.  The posting below comes from an American living in Paris.

It’s important to note that the majority of protestors are middle aged, these are not college or university students, who make up the usual French protests. This is a grassroots protest. It’s been reported anywhere from 50-80% of the French support the gilets jaunes. This is NOT just about taxes.

The protests began over the new taxes imposed by Macron’s government on fuel. The taxes are viewed as punishing those who use cars and those who can’t afford to buy newer ones. The French already pay heavy taxes on fuel, along with high tolls on highways. Every car in France is required to have 2 high visibility vests (gilets jaunes). The protestors began wearing those vests while protesting.

Along with this, the cost of living is incredibly high while salaries are painfully low, especially in larger cities like Paris. The myth of government-ordered 35 hour work weeks isn’t the reality for most salaried French people. Taxes eat huge chunks of their money and the French are fed up with making the same amount in their salaries as those who don’t work at all and rely on government assistance.

Parts of France are also filled with unassimilated migrants. These migrants get government assistance as well. A large part of the French are sick of paying for migrants when French people are suffering as well. There are areas that have stopped being culturally French and cities the French avoid for holidays because of the migrant problem.

In addition to this, retired people have been lodging their dissatisfaction with their retirement pensions (one woman in a video circulating around French Facebook confronts Macron about having to live off of 500€ a month) and Macron’s reactions have been condescending across the board. He currently has about a 26% approval rating.

All of this started bubbling up a few weeks ago as the protests began with the gilets jaunes in November. The protests last weekend got violent. Statues at the Arc De Triomphe were broken; the Arc was defaced. In Marseille, an 80 year old woman was killed as she was closing her shutters. The police threw a tear gas canister at her window. While outside of larger cities, many police officers and firefighters are taking off their helmets and/or standing in solidarity with the gilets jaunes. There have been reports that they have also refused to shake Macron’s hand and have turned their backs to government officials while serving in official capacities.

On Monday (December 2), there was a protest by the ambulances in Paris. They stood at Concorde with lights flashing and sirens sounding. Truck drivers have also showed their solidarity. They have also driven through Paris with lights flashing to show their dissatisfaction. Roads have been closed down by gilets jaunes and they are blocking access of oil in both ports and at stations. As of posting, over 650 stations are on a list of facing shortages or out of fuel. During yesterday’s news cycle, many truck drivers were seen disrupting broadcasts by honking in solidarity with the gilets jaunes.

On Tuesday (December 3), the French government spoke about their plans for “appeasement” of the gilets jaunes. Their offer was to postpone the start date of 3 taxes (related to fuel). This offer has been scoffed at by the gilets jaunes, who have called it “crumbs” as the taxes haven’t even been implemented yet and the offer does nothing to address the issues regarding cost of living.

Along with this, the French have begun demanding that Macron refuse to sign the UN Migration Act on December 10. This has begun appearing across the Facebook groups and events but has not been widely reported in the French media as far as I can tell.

This has culminated in everything from demands Macron step down to the creation of the 6th Republic. There are protests planned for Saturday across France. The protestors are calling the Paris protests ACT 4. They are quoting from the French National Anthem (“Aux Armes Citoyens”) and planning to protest at Bastille. The medical community is also participating in the protests on Saturday.

TLDR: This is bigger than taxes. These aren’t your usual French protests.

You’re going to start seeing more and more of this as the pendulum continues to swing back towards nationalism.  It’s still a long fight ahead, one that is not guaranteed to end victoriously, but the gig is up with the globalists in the sense that their actions are now out in the open and that genie cannot be put back in the bottle.  The native population is finally catching on that their futures are being sold out to those who have no loyalty or allegiance to the host country.

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This is a hard truth for many to swallow.  On a large scale basis, multiculturalism simply does not work.  The more religions, races, opposing viewpoints you add together into the same space conflict is inevitable.  It’s not to say there can’t be individual exceptions.  But when we’re talking on a macro level with groups of people it does not work.  Vox Day’s blog is a wonderful place to start to learn a lot of this.  His Voxiversity series also address a lot of pertinent subjects.  The excellent Voxiversity video presented below goes into more detail about the connection between immigration and war.

https://www.bitchute.com/embed/E5t9US49dDdw/

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