It is a truly frightening thought that Chinese communists could get my personal data.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo supported President Trump’s proposed ban of social media phenomenon TikTok, explaining to Fox News’ “Sunday Morning Futures” just how use of the app exposes Americans to having their personal information sent straight to the Chinese government.
Trump’s call for a ban came amid concerns over the national security risk posed by the app’s collection of personal data, as Microsoft has been in talks to acquire the platform’s U.S. operations.
“These Chinese software companies doing business in the United States,” Pompeo said, “are feeding data directly to the Chinese Communist Party, their national security apparatus. Could be [users’] facial recognition pattern, it could be information about their residence, their phone numbers, their friends, who they’re connected to. Those are the issues that President Trump’s made clear we’re going to take care of. These are true national security issues.”
Pompeo said that in the past, the U.S. had a relaxed approach to the Chinese companies if companies were making money off of them or enjoying their products.
“President Trump has said, ‘enough’,” Pompeo told host Maria Bartiromo.
Pompeo said that Trump will take measures in the coming days to address “a broad array of national security risks” presented by software companies.
But wait a second here – why is it frightening that Chinese communists could get my personal data? Why would anyone care about that in any context at all?
Facebook and Google take all of your personal data and feed it directly to the US government. Mike Pompeo isn’t concerned about that, although many Americans are concerned about that.
In fact, this bizarre and seemingly satanic individual Pompeo is going about denouncing people for spreading information about the way the US government mass collects people’s personal data to use in their simulations.
Isn’t it just an obvious matter of fact that you wouldn’t want your own government having your data, and that some foreign government having it means more or less nothing at all?
Your own government is the government that is going to be concerned about what you are doing. They are the government that is going to be building files on you, and potentially using those files to manipulate your behavior. I can’t really think of any single negative thing that China could do to an American with their data.
The goal of China with TikTok is not to collect data. That would actually be absurd for the same reason it would be absurd for you to worry about them collecting it: there is nothing they can do with it. Personal data about random Americans is of no use to the Chinese, they would want personal information about their own population.
China is using TikTok to break into Western culture. They are directly taking market shares away from ZOG social media companies. They could potentially start to expand that operation, and begin to hold sway over the culture of the West in the same way the West holds sway over the culture of most countries on earth via their technological media.
Cultural influence, unlike random data collection, is actually useful in a foreign country.
It is going to be more difficult for Mike Pompeo to explicate the concept that China wants cultural influence, and it will also sound weirder. So he is just saying this dumb thing about data collection, which I guess people are just supposed to take at face value, and picture a Chinaman in a smokey room with no windows and 1970s furniture scrolling through their “notes” folder for clues about what makes Americans so darn dedicated to freedom and democracy.
Really at this point, it doesn’t even matter at all. No one needs any explanation for anything, because no one knows what’s going on. Look around you. We’ve passed the threshold of the Rubicon’s looking glass.
The average person is just barely able to hold their mind together right now. The average person is under levels of stress higher than any individual person has ever had in history.
A random person, just trying to manage day-to-day life in 2020, has more stress than Adolf Hitler had in his bunker in 1945.
No one is going to work through the reasoning behind banning TikTok while allowing American social media companies not only to do bulk data collection on all of their users but to purposefully, openly manipulate society for political purposes, remaining totally unregulated as they attempt to change the outcome of a presidential election by declaring a duty to “protect the public conversation in the face of evolving threats.”
As we work at scale to protect the public conversation in the face of evolving threats, we’ll continue to lead with transparency and offer more context on our efforts.
— Twitter Safety (@TwitterSafety) July 22, 2020
No one is going to come up with an argument like: “Well, you’re saying that China wants access to American data, and you’re also saying that they’re expert hackers who are hacking everything. Wouldn’t it be much easier for China to simply gain access to the bulk data already collected by the famously insecure systems of Google and Facebook, either through hacking or through espionage, than it would be for them to set up their own social network for the express purpose of collecting random bits of data from a userbase that is mostly limited to teenagers? Wouldn’t the best way to prevent China from accessing bulk data be to make it illegal for anyone to engage in bulk data collection on American citizens?”
Some kind of insane war with China is probably the third part of the 2020 End Times scenario.
That is the absolute easiest explanation as to why we are all of a sudden talking about China nonstop, without any clear purpose. It is also the only way that it makes sense to deal with the economic collapse. And if ZOG wins the war (which they apparently think they can do), it will put to rest the problem of globalism (China is the problem of globalism).