I have just read the most fascinating essay by investigative journalist, William Thomas, who claims China, with a genius masterstroke, quietly included the ability to remotely overide all of the microchips that have been outsourced to production facilities within its control. ‘Intel inside’ might have a completely new meaning, lol!
It sounds like something from a James Bond movie but it also has the ring of ‘I wish I’d thought of it because it’s genius and makes perfect sense!” After all, Chinese military strategy has for thousands of years sought to use an opponent’s strength against them and what better way to use it than to include a small trojan-type overide system into every Western-outsourced microprocessor?
As early as 2003, China was being hailed as the next Microprocessor Giant and had then (2003), since 1991, built 53 new high-technology industrial centers and witnessed over 22 billion dollars worth of new tech trade.
William Thomas claims that the August event where a B 52 bomber flew with six fully armed and primed nuclear cruise missiles hanging from its wings, apparently without anyone noticing until the following day (cough, bullsh*t, cough), was a demonstration of Chinese ability to gain control of virtually any electronic system employed by the US, intended to send a stark warning to an increasingly warmongering America that it doesn’t have the free reign it once thought it had to rampage at will.