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Birth rates dont have as much of an impact in the west if their immigration keeps ups, especially for the USA which takes all the most valuable citizens from India and South East Asia
Yeah demographics have sealed the fates of Russia and China, and it will for the portions of the West that can’t get their birth rates up to replacement, eventually. India and South East Asian countries are much more stable. I peg those as the growth countries of the future.
They have a very under appreciated high tech sector. They’re the only wealthy non commodity dependent economy in the Middle East.
Time for democracy in middle East.
Your military bases are only benefiting you, not the middle east you tool. Get the hell out.
Just my $.02, Musk has been a drag on Tesla. In the short term yeh he gives investors a lot of short boosts, but he is too impulsive for long term company health. He really would be awesome as a hype man. Let me explain my thoughts. Tesla had pretty close to cornered the charger network ecosystem, like wow, this is a huge achievement and that by itself should have been a major focus of the company for long term success and profitability. But then he goes all in and decides to get rid of their entire department because (and this is just from news reporting) the executive in charge of the supercharger department pushed back on making more cuts. Like why isnt their arguably most successful department trying to expand more across the US with more locations, partnerships, new technology, updates and even other markets. Then there is the half assed roll out of the cybertruck, the diminished battery range that is software locked, or the lack of any new passenger models ( the 3 is 7 or 8 years old and the Y is 4 or 5 years old). And where is the full self driving feature that has been promised next month since 2019. Hes a hype man that has been getting by because Tesla cars are far and above what anyone else has in the electric market in spite of him and not because of him. If I were in his shoes: 1. Stop promising stuff that isnt ready like FSD until it is actually ready to roll out. Stop building half assed cars for production with all that new technology/designs (cybertruck). Dont make any crazy announcements unless they are actually ready. 2. Employ an in house experimental group that just comes out with Tesla concept models, it doesnt need to be anything else other than a group that generates buzz by putting really cool looking bodies over already existing models. Tesla employees should show up to a high end cars and coffee with a never before seen convertible and just let people oggle over it. 3. Figure out how to compartmentalize batteries so that you can replace smaller groups of cells when they fail instead of the whole battery pack, limit those battery compartment costs to $1k so it is somewhat affordable. 4. Have a continuous plan to refresh each car model every 5 or 6 years so the lineup doesn't get stale, heck it could just be a new body over the continuously update chassis. Have 4 models in the lineup, a pickup, an SUV, a sedan and a cheap sedan. 5. Introduce a cheap sedan, sub $30k. Have it come with a limited range that is less than the other cars, give it minimal options as a base model. Maybe make it dependent on the tesla charger network instead of home charging. No autopilot, and you can save a ton of design costs by making it only 2wd and based on current models. His pay package can easily cover the cost to create a solid low end car and refresh the rest of the model line. 6. Prioritize the charger network. There should be a charger in every parking lot and every gas station. you should be able to go to a southerbys or a dollar store and expect to be able to plug in. Then work with every other car company to make sure that they work with the tesla standard chargers. 7. Challenge BYD in asia. Make a car that will compete in the east. I think china is a lost market because they put their thumb on the scale too much, but make an asian base car that will compete in other asian markets but what do I know? I'm just some dude on the internet
https://www.nytimes.com/2024/05/17/us/politics/israel-saudi-arabia-gaza.html?smid=nytcore-ios-share&referringSource=articleShare U.S. officials say they also plan to extract promises from Saudi Arabia to limit cooperation with China on military matters and on advanced technology, **and that the kingdom would continue to buy oil in dollars rather than renminbi, China’s currency. ** But some American analysts say they are puzzled about why U.S. officials insist this is an important reason to make a deal with the Saudis. China has no interest in being a security guarantor in the Middle East. And analysts say there is little chance that Saudi Arabia would forsake the dollar — which its own currency is pegged to — for the renminbi.
Microsoft is about to be hit by not one, but TWO gnarly anti-trust probes. Hopefully. One is for AI (bleh) but the other is for what may be ***the worst hack of the U.S. government in the 21st century.*** Storm-0558, a Chinese APT crew - got a hold of full-access Microsoft Developer key material.... meaning any Outlook server, anyhwere, was owned by the Chinese. This resulted in the exfiltration of [60,00 emails from the state department alone](https://www.cisa.gov/sites/default/files/2024-04/CSRB_Review_of_the_Summer_2023_MEO_Intrusion_Final_508c.pdf?ref=news.risky.biz)...and that's just what we **know** about. From the CSRB report: > In May 2023, a threat actor known as Storm-0558 compromised the Microsoft Exchange Online mailboxes of a broad range of victims in the United States, the United Kingdom, and elsewhere. > Storm-0558, assessed by multiple sources to pursue espionage objectives and maintain ties with the People’s Republic of China (PRC), accessed email accounts in the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Commerce, and U.S. House of Representatives. This included the official and personal mailboxes of U.S. Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo; Congressman Don Bacon; U.S. Ambassador to the PRC, R. Nicholas Burns; Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, Daniel Kritenbrink; and additional individuals across 22 organisations. > These senior officials have substantial responsibilities for many aspects of the U.S. government’s bilateral relationship with the PRC. Storm-0558 had access to some of these cloud-based mailboxes for at least six weeks, and during this time, the threat actor downloaded approximately 60,000 emails from State Department alone. Anyway ... Google is not a **great** alternative but it's kinda the only one... **and they just launched a discount for anyone with a .gov email account.** https://www.nextgov.com/cybersecurity/2024/06/ftc-industry-talks-over-possible-microsoft-probe-raised-recent-hacking-incidents/397085/ https://www.cnbc.com/2024/06/06/us-regulators-to-open-antitrust-probes-into-nvidia-microsoft-and-openai.html
the West has no qualms about supporting dictators in the Middle East and overthrowing other democracies though
I’m in a rough spot. I need CPI to come in cool tomorrow, then for some saber rattling in the Middle East at lunch. Or else it’s back to my knees. ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)
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