By Theodore Shoebat
Major Silicon Valley industrialist and billionaire, Elon Musk, has declared that whoever will rule artificial intelligence (AI), will rule the world, and will cause World War Three. According to one report:
Competition for superiority in Artificial Intelligence at national level will “most likely” cause World War Three, billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk has said, warning that an AI may deem first use its best chance of winning.
“China, Russia, soon all countries with strong computer science. Competition for AI superiority at national level most likely cause of WW3,” Musk tweeted.
It will likely not even be the countries’ leaders that start the war, Musk elaborated, but “one of the AI’s, if it [AI] decides that a pre-emptive strike is most probable path to victory.”
The SpaceX founder says he doubts that North Korea can launch its own nuclear strike. He believes that Pyongyang “launching a nuclear missile would be suicide for their leadership, as South Korea, [the U.S.] and China would invade and end the regime immediately.”
It would not, however, be the start of a world war, Musk believes.
“North Korea has no entangling alliances that would polarize [the] world into war,” he wrote.
Musk’s comments come days after Russian President Vladimir Putin stated that “the future belongs to artificial intelligence” and whoever masters it first will rule the world.
“Artificial intelligence is the future, not only for Russia, but for all humankind. It comes with colossal opportunities, but also threats that are difficult to predict. Whoever becomes the leader in this sphere will become the ruler of the world,” Putin said.
An avid anti-AI crusader, Musk appears to be more frightened by artificial intelligence, a rising phenomenon he is willing to put under control.
“If you’re not concerned about AI safety, you should be. Vastly more risk than North Korea,” Musk said in August this year.
The entrepreneur has long warned about the perils AI might bring to humankind. He maintains there is a great probability that artificial intelligence, free of any regulation and oversight, is able to go rogue and turn on humans in the end.
“AI is a fundamental risk to the existence of human civilization in a way that car accidents, airplane crashes, faulty drugs or bad food were not. They were harmful to a set of individuals in society of course, but they were not harmful to society as a whole,” Musk said in mid-July during a public event.
I believe there is truth to what Musk is saying. The nations of the world that are pushing for the technocracy and the transhumanist ideology will bring the world into another world war. He is also correct that the crazy for the technocracy is more dangerous than North Korea, and that if North Korea strikes other countries will invade it. What he is not mentioning though is that Japan, and not China, is the true threat in East Asia, given the horrific history of imperialism that that country has. Japan loves the aggression of North Korea because it gives them a justification to further militarize itself, to reenter militarism and nationalist ideology. And I fear that Japan will go back to imperialism and militarism, and if this happens it will be initially done under the pretext of the supposed threat of North Korea. The United States also loves North Korean aggression because it gives the military industry a chance to sell weapons, to countries like Japan and South Korea. Germany also likes it because right now German weapons manufacturers are making tens of millions from selling weapons technology to the South Koreans.
I believe that Musk is silent on Japan because, well for one, in case of a conflict in Asia, Japan will be initially seen as the hammer by which the US could squash North Korea. Its important to know that when World War One broke out, China wanted to join the fight against the imperialist Germans, and the United States refused the Chinese’ offer of help. President Wilson and Secretary of State, Robert Lansing, wrote to the Chinese government:
“The American government highly appreciates disposition of China but does not wish to lead it to danger. It regrets practical inability to give any present assurances … The Chinese government, therefore would do well to consult its representatives in the Allied countries. Ignorance of Japan’s attitude suggests caution.”
The US did not want China in the war because the Americans knew that if China was to play a role amongst the victors of World War One, that it would gain great prestige and position in international politics. The Americans saw the Chinese as an inferior people, but they saw the Japanese almost in a way as honorary whites. So, while they rejected China’s offer, Secretary of State, Robert Lansing, on November of 1917, held a meeting with the Japanese ambassador, Viscount Ishiii, and issued a public statement on giving away China’s sovereignty to Japan. Ishii and Lansing agreed on an Open Door policy for China, which would allow equal access for all foreign trade, in the country. But it also appealed to Japan, given the fact that the Japanese wanted to control Northern China (and they eventually would in the Second World War). So, before the US went to war with Japan, it was more favorable to Japan than it was with China and even went so far as to try to give away Chinese sovereignty to the Japanese ( a great book on this is The Deluge, by Adam Tooze). But in the end, the US allied with China and Russia against Japan. The same, I believe, will happen in the future. The people we now call friends, will be our enemies; and the people we now call enemies, will be our friends.
The US is planning on working with the Japanese against the North Koreans if war breaks out. If North Korea makes a move of serious aggression, or if the media makes propaganda that gives that perception, it will be Japan that will be the one used by the US to commence fighting, not China or Russia. Musk’s silence on Japan is due, I believe, to the fact that his company, SpaceX, makes technology for Japan. SpaceX was co-founded by Peter Thiel, the Republican billionaire who sits on the security council for the Trump administration.
Speaking for the RNC, Thiel said:
“Good evening. I’m Peter Thiel. I build companies and I support people who are building new things, from social networks to rocket ships.”
Indeed, Thiel was a big investor for the commercial space technology company, SpaceX. The co-founder for Thiel’s company, Paypal, and a partner of his Founder’s Fund organization, Luke Nosek, sits on the board of SpaceX. The company has worked with the militaries of both Germany and Japan. In a 2013 report, it says that SpaceX will be providing the launching services for the German military’s satellite system, “SARah,” which will be operated by the German armed forces (Bundeswehr). The satellites will be provided by Otto Hydraulic Bremen or OHB, a major German technology company that works for the European Union, and will be launched into orbit in 2018 and 2019. According to the report:
“Space Exploration Technologies (SpaceX) will provide the launch services for Germany’s second-generation radar reconnaissance satellite system. The satellites, provided by OHB System AG and Astrium GmbH, will replace the current constellation and will be delivered to orbit by two Falcon 9 rockets in 2018 and 2019.”
In 2016, SpaceX launched the Japanese CSat-16 satellite, as we read in one report: “A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket on Aug. 14 successfully placed the JCSat-16 commercial telecommunications satellite into geostationary transfer orbit and landed the rocket’s first stage on a drone ship in the Atlantic Ocean.” The launch of the Japanese CSat-16 satellite is definitely associated with military. For one, as we read in one report, “The U.S. Air Force’s 45th Space Wing supported the successful SpaceX Falcon 9 JCSAT-16 launch Aug. 14, 2016”. In the same report it says: “A combined team of military, government civilians and contractors from across the 45th Space Wing supported the mission with weather forecasts, launch and range operations, security, safety and public affairs.”
The United States Air Force worked in conjunction with SpaceX to launch the Japanese satellite. The launching of the satellite was obviously of a military interest. Secondly, the satellite was designed by Kratos Defense and Security Solutions, a company that produces “Technology and products supporting strategic and transformational national security programs, bringing disruptive solutions rapidly to market” for the United States governments, and other governments. Launching satellites does have military significance.
On June 2010, the Japanese conducted the Hayabusa government test in which they sent a satellite into space to land upon an asteroid. The test was a success and it brought the Japanese people to much international pride, with three motion pictures being done about the Hayabusa program. While people were discussing it as a great accomplishment for Japanese technological advancement, what was going on behind the scenes was something very sinister. The technology used for the project was the same type needed to guide ballistic missiles. It was done purposefully to show that Japan had the capabilities to build and use ballistic missiles. “That’s the behind-the-scenes reason Japan decided to develop Hayabusa,” says Toshiyuki Shikata, a former lieutenant general in Japan’s military and currently a Teikyo University professor and Tokyo Metropolitan Government adviser. “It sent a quiet message that Japan’s ballistic missile capability is credible.”
SpaceX, a company heavily funded by the sodomite nazi protestant, Peter Thiel, is involved with Japanese and German military technologies. And here we see, a protestant, Japanese and German alliance in a major globalist conspiracy to bring about the rise of fascist and nazi governments. (To read my latest article on Japan, click here). All of this information attests to the homosexual, Nazi, Islamic, Japanese and Protestant alliance. As long as the antchrist spirit lives, the children of Sodom will always make profit from bloodshed, and laughter from the sufferings of humanity. As Pope Francis said,
“Why do many powerful people not want peace? Because they live off war — the arms industry …Some powerful people make their living with the production of arms and sell them to one country for them to use against another country … It’s the industry of death, the greed that harms us all, the desire to have more money.”