Does China Want to Take Over the World with the Belt and Road Initiative?
In 2013, China launched its ambitious Belt and Road Initiative. It’s often described as a 21st century silk road to connect Asia, Africa, and Europe. But the multibillion dollar plan is also considered a state-backed campaign to dominate the world.
Today we discuss China’s global ambitions, how they’re executing them, and what it means for the rest of the world.
Today’s guest is geopolitical strategist John Sitilides from Trilogy Advisors on Zooming In with Simone Gao.
Education as the Core of China’s Tradition
China is facing an upcoming big change. It is not gradually going to evolve from being a sort of Stalinist, fascist state into being a free country. This is going to involve some sort of a break and this break is coming.
Dr. Arthur Waldron explains how the education of the public will ultimately lead to the downfall of communist tyranny in China. Educating the population is cutting away the ground under political doctrines and fairy tales. With the success of the Chinese government to educate people and making them literate, they’re actually making a noose for themselves.