Sunday, December 31, 2023

China Wants to Build Advanced Humanoid Robots by 2025

China Wants to Build
Advanced Humanoid

Robots by 2025


The year 2030 is shaping up to be the endgame year for a multitude of major globalist projects, which include humanoid robots that will replace much of the human labor force, both blue-collar and white-collar.

Communist China says it plans to begin unleashing its own humanoid robots, one of which is called GR-1, as soon as 2025. GR-1 will supposedly be so advanced as to render many human workers obsolete – you can see a picture of the GR-1 concept at

An English translation of a Chinese article about humanoid robots explains how they will come integrated with advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), high-end manufacturing and new materials. They are expected to become disruptive products similar to computers, smartphones and new energy vehicles when these were all first released.

China’s humanoid robots will “profoundly change human production and lifestyle and reshape the world,” the article claims, adding that humanoid robot technology is advancing so fast that it is expected to become a new highland for technological competition; a new track for future industries; and a new engine for economic development.

What about all the billions of human workers, though? If humanoid robots really become real and make them obsolete, then this will help fulfill the globalist depopulation agenda.

“There is a global depopulation agenda underway,” explains Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, in the episode below of “The Health Ranger Report.”

“This depopulation agenda has been rushed, and it is being rushed – this is why they had to release the vaccine bioweapons, and now they’re working on World War III as a means of depopulation and they’re doing geoengineering and chemtrails and increasing pesticide exposure and causing infertility through lots of different means including soy products, atrazine, in the water, in the foods, all kinds of things to stop births – because the advancements in AI have taken the globalists by surprise. They cannot believe how quickly AI has progressed to where it can now take over human processes including not just writing and not just generating art, but behavior processing, patterns of physical behavior to take over human labor.”

Xi Jinping behind humanoid robot concept for a “new era”

As with most futuristic technologies such as this, humanoid robots are already being sold to the public under the guise of them helping to improve the economy and make the world a more livable place. How can this be true, though, if billions of people have to die in order for humanoid robots to take their place?

Microsoft is working on a project that will create humanoid robots to replace white-collar jobs, while communist China is working on humanoid robots to replace blue-collar workers. No human workers are safe from humanoid robots, in other words.

“The blue-collar labor jobs are going to be taken over to such an extent that the globalists have realized the only way they maintain control is to cull billions of human beings who are otherwise going to be unemployed and probably rioting,” Adams says.

Chinese President Xi Jinping is reportedly behind the humanoid robot technology, guiding it through his “Thoughts on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era.” This doctrine was fully implemented by the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China.

By the year 2025, China will have successfully created humanoid robots that contain things like a “brain, cerebellum and limbs.” Such robots bearing these characteristics will be ready for mass production by then, after which they will flood the world to full saturation by the year 2030.

By the year 2027, the technological innovation and capabilities of humanoid robots will advance even further. This same year is when China expects to create a safe and reliable industrial supply chain system along with an internationally competitive industrial ecosystem to accommodate the robots.

One area of the technology that China will devote much of its time to gradually improving is the “brain” component of the robots. These will be based on AI with programming aimed at enhancing environmental perception, behavioral control and human-computer interaction.

The “limb” technology component of the robots will borrow from existing robotic technology foundations, including the “robotic limbs” used in surgical settings. As the technology advances, the movement of these robotic limbs will become more lifelike.

The “machine body” part of the robots will contain things like lightweight “bones,” high-strength body structure, high-precision sensing and long-lasting, highly efficient energy management technologies.

There are lesser talked-about potential functions for humanoid robots that are much more dystopian, including their possible use as law enforcement officers or government officials. There are even worries that humanoid robots might be used as “terminator” robots to blow up targets.

“These robots will be put in the most dangerous situations and be given the most dangerous tasks,” Adams says.

“And they will be very efficient as terminators. For humanity to survive, we’re going to have to learn how to kill the robots, and we’re going to be at war with these robots sooner or later because these robots will follow commands without discernment.”

One thing to remember is that no matter how advanced humanoid robots become, they will never, at least as far as existing technology allows, have the true ability to reason or process things in the same way as the human brain. This means they will still be inadequate, and humans will still be preferable for performing tasks, especially those that require careful thought and consideration.

Saturday, December 30, 2023

China unveils space war-gaming system for military operations and training

China unveils space war-gaming system for military operations and training

  • Beijing says it does not want a space war, but new tech, previously shrouded in secrecy, helps prepare troops for futuristic battles – just in case
  • More than 400 military cadets take part in two-month-long competition, giving them a chance to fight in mock skirmishes and wield advanced weapons
  • 16 Dec, 2023

  • China is researching and developing spacewar-game simulators. As indeed are other countries, but this one has a transparent Earth and 400 gamers trained in its use.

    Some history

    The reality of this was started off many years ago by US President Ronald Reagan. The Strategic Defense Initiative (SDI), commonly known as “Star Wars,” involved deploying ground and space-based systems, including lasers and kinetic kill vehicles, to intercept and destroy incoming ballistic missiles.

    Although aimed specifically at providing a shield against Soviet ICBMs, the anticipated cost of this new arms race forced the Soviet Union into the START talks, reducing nuclear missile inventories. Ultimately, it has been argued, it contributed to the fall of the Soviet Union. Russia has recently suspended its ‘membership’ of the START treaty.

    Elements of the SDI program reemerged in 2019 with the Space Development Agency (SDA).

    Under SDI, a wide array of advanced weapon concepts, including lasers, particle beam weapons and ground- and space-based missile systems were studied, along with various sensor, command and control, and high-performance computer systems that would be needed to control a system consisting of hundreds of combat centers and satellites spanning the entire globe and involved in a very short battle. The United States holds a significant advantage in the field of comprehensive advanced missile defense systems through decades of extensive research and testing; a number of these concepts and obtained technologies and insights were transferred to subsequent programs. 

    Since then, Israel has developed and proven ‘Iron Dome’ with kinetic interceptors, and is believed to have directed energy weapons (DEWs , i.e. lasers) close to deployment.

    Meanwhile, China is attempting to catch up and maybe leapfrog the US.

    Space assets

    As technology advances and nations become increasingly reliant on satellites for communication, navigation, and reconnaissance.

    With a “user-friendly” design, the system has the power to simulate and foresee the intricate process of space combat, according to its developers.

    It was not just a tool for China’s military operations, but also for shaping and sharpening the finest space warriors and commanders on a large scale, they said.

    Developed by the National University of Defence Technology in Changsha, the system has already proved its worth in a covert space mission, the team led by associate professor Zhang Jin wrote in a paper published in domestic journal National Defence Technology in October.

    It also played a pivotal role in selecting and moulding the space warfare elite earlier this year. From September, more than 400 military cadets formed more than 70 teams for a fierce, two-month competition. Many participants agreed that these mock space skirmishes not only got them combat-ready but also gave them a first-hand taste of wielding weapons they had only read about in textbooks or technical documents.

    “We were all thrilled,” one trainee said in Zhang’s paper.

    Alleged satellite debris falls to earth in a village of northern China

    The official stance of the Chinese government aligns with that of most countries worldwide, which is a firm opposition to any form of space warfare.

Wednesday, December 27, 2023

LILLEY: Commissioner in foreign interference inquiry [Hogue] playing politics

LILLEY: Commissioner in foreign interference inquiry [Hogue] playing politics

Hogue is playing strange political games that question her judgment

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It’s hard to have faith in the public inquiry into foreign election interference when the judge in charge is acting the way she is.

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Commissioner Marie-Josée Hogue has denied the Conservative Party full standing at the inquiry twice now and warned them against complaining too much.

The party has intervenor status for the factual phase of the inquiry. That grants the party some status, including the ability to present evidence and suggest witnesses, but the Conservatives won’t be allowed to cross-examine witnesses or gain full access to documents and materials provided to the commission.

Hogue made her initial decision in early December and stood by it when she released her response to an appeal by the Conservatives just days before Christmas.

There are so many problems with this, including others being granted full standing and Hogue showing that she has little understanding of politics, a key issue she will need to deal with. One of the complaints from the Conservatives is that while they did not get full standing, the federal government, led by Justin Trudeau, did.

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In her latest decision, Hogue tries to make it sound like there is a clear and pure distinction between the government and the Liberal Party. She naively wrote that “there is a distinction between the government of the day and the political party that controls the House of Commons.”

That’s a sweet thought but let’s be clear, the governing party controls the government and will look after their best interests. This has been one of the main problems with previous attempts to use parliamentary tools to examine foreign interference — the governing party, using the tools only available to government, either kept certain information from the other parties or shut down committees and other work to keep secrets hidden.

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Now we have a commissioner who is making decisions to block information from the Conservative Party, the party targeted by agents of China for defeat in the last two elections.

Hogue also denied full standing to former Conservative Party leader Erin O’Toole while granting full standing to former Liberal MP Han Dong and former Ontario Liberal cabinet minister Michael Chan, and intervenor status for Senator Yuen Pau Woo. Dong, Chan and Woo have all been accused of either being involved in or benefiting from election interference or pushing a pro-Beijing agenda in Canada.

A group of human rights activists challenged the standing of the three men, arguing that allowing them to cross-examine witnesses and giving them full access to all information — something denied to the official opposition — would make it more difficult for many Chinese-Canadians to speak freely.

“It is precisely because there are allegations made against Mr. Chan and Mr. Dong that it is paramount that they be afforded the full range of participatory rights and protections, including the ability to cross-examine other witnesses when affected by their evidence,” Hogue wrote in rejecting calls to revoke their status.

If we are to accept Hogue’s logic on why Chan and Dong have full status, wouldn’t that same logic apply to the Conservative Party?

It should if Hogue is being consistent, but she is not.

LILLEY UNLEASHED: Chong blasts Trudeau on handling of Chinese political interference
Sun political columnist Brian Lilley says that MP Michael Ching has had enough and wants to get to the bottom of the Chinese political interference. Chong asks why it is taking Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to get bottom of this issue and answer to him and all Canadians.
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She did grant Conservative MP Michael Chong full status, only fitting given that he personally was targeted, but the Conservative Party should have full status as well. Instead, Hogue not only rejected that idea, she preemptively lectured the Conservative Party and issued them a warning.

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“I am therefore advising the CPC, and indeed all participants, that I will not allow this commission to become a partisan debate between opposing political factions,” Hogue wrote.

“All must participate in this inquiry with the sole purpose of assisting the commission and not for any partisan purpose. If the CPC proves unable to live up to this expectation, I recall that I retain the authority to revoke a grant of standing and will not hesitate to do so in appropriate circumstances.”

So far, the only person playing political games with this inquiry is Commissioner Hogue, who may be showing us she’s not up to the job at hand before the public phase of the inquiry has even started.