China wins the tech war, forcing Pentagon’s software chief, Nicolas Chaillan to resign in disgust. While Joe Biden’s America has been diverting its attention from important technology such as tech, and focuses on being politically correct, looking near and far for White Supremacy and Racism, the Chinese have been laser-focused on winning the digital war. Those of us that are in the loop of all things political on America’s Right Side have seen this coming and understand the situation.
Chaillan Posted this to LinkedIn: It is the time! It is time for me to say goodbye to the Department of Defense and the Department of the Air Force. It has been an honor serving as the first Chief Software Officer in the U.S. Government and particularly in the Department of the Air Force. It has been the most incredible journey for me – I have had the chance to meet and work with some of the most incredible people in all my 22+ year career. This job certainly was not easy, probably the most challenging and infuriating of my entire career. Yet, I recognize this work as being the most impactful for our children’s future and the most rewarding for me.
I realize more clearly than ever before that, in 20 years from now, our children, both in the United States and our Allies’, will have no chance competing in a world where China has the drastic advantage of the population over the US. If the US can’t match the booming, hardworking population in China, then we have to win by being smarter, more efficient, and forward-leaning through agility, rapid prototyping, and innovation. We have to lead. and can’t afford to lose.
The New York Post reports: The Pentagon’s former software chief said he quit because China has already won the tech war guaranteeing global dominance, with some US Government systems mere “kindergarten level” in comparison. Nicolas Chaillan, 37, told the Financial Times on Sunday that there is “good reason to be angry” at the US failing to rise to China’s cyber threat, even fearing that it puts his children’s future at risk. “We have no competing fighting chance against China in 15 to 20 years. Right now, it’s already a done deal; it is already over, in my opinion,” Chaillan who was the Pentagon’s first chief software officer said China will dominate the future of the world by controlling everything from media narratives to geopolitics.