The Next Great War With China?

Written by Luke Sweeney
Posted March 28, 2023

Every tech advancement that promises to significantly disrupt the economy is an implicit war with China. 

No bullets or bombs are let loose, but the stakes are just as high. 

China has been on a nonstop mission of economic imperialism for decades now. The communist leaders have sacrificed the social well-being of their citizens in exchange for unfathomable wealth. 

This drive can never be satisfied. China’s need to dominate the global economy is obvious in every policy decision the nation makes. 

Once a promising new industry hits the market, China sinks its claws in deep. It’s been true with every once-in-a-generation technology revolution: personal computers, mp3 players, smartphones, EVs, and countless others. 

And now it’s happening again, right before our eyes. China is working tirelessly to become the world leader in artificial intelligence (AI). 

If you read tech news, you’re probably sick to death of reading about it, but now is not the time to let the 24-hour news cycle wear you down. 

I’ve raised the alarm in the past about AI becoming a tech oligopoly that is controlled by a handful of Big Tech names. That’s nothing compared with what advanced AI could do in the CCP’s hands. 

The next great tech war has officially begun. 

Where's the “Blood in the Streets”? 

I'm sure you’ve heard the famous adage that the best time to invest is when blood flows in the streets. I couldn't agree more. 

So where is it? I’ve never seen a new technology more likely to cause bleeding than AI. It’s going to completely revamp every industry it touches. 

But no businesses are crumbling to the ground, and I'm not aware of any riots that have broken out over AI. 

For now, the streets are remarkably clean, but they won't stay that way for long — especially now that China has released a competitor to ChatGPT

Experts say it’s shy around political questions, but it’s every bit as competent as its Western predecessor. The program calls itself “Ernie Bot” and was created by Chinese tech giant Baidu.

I have to admit I agree with the ChatGPT critics. It absolutely has the potential to be dangerous. 

But I don’t think I have to elaborate on how dangerous a CCP-controlled ChatGPT could be. 

There may not be blood in the streets just yet, but I give it a year at most before these programs become the biggest tech revolution since the invention of the computer itself. 

And now that China has entered a very worthy contender into the fight, the quiet scramble for superiority may soon spill out into the open. 

That’s why we’re recommending that our readers invest TODAY.  When the blood starts flowing, you’ll be weeks ahead of the herd. 

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To your wealth,

Luke Sweeney
Contributor, Outsider Club

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