All Dogefathers Go to Heaven (Part 3/3)

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Mycelial Intelligence, from the Ground Up

It’s Musk against Москва, backed by the multitudes of corporate America, just a little pressure by the U.S. Government. However, in this war, the nation-state governments have nearly become irrelevant (an exaggeration of course). On the ground, weapons are ultimately supplied by Raytheon and Lockheed and other manufacturers in a MIC bartering game where Poland can’t quite swap out it’s old MiG-29 fleet. For the sanctions, Visa, Mastercard, and the multinationals took action, with major government-level regulatory bodies falling short of total blockade, with ICANN not blocking domains and EU banks cutting SWIFT for only select banks. Multinationals went all in (or out), despite governments holding back, and that is how they slip into irrelevancy. If anything has changed in the world order, it’s Thomas Friedman’s premise that “no two countries that both had McDonald’s had fought a war against each other since each got its McDonald’s”. That too is network signal where fast food chains go dark and it is immediately detectable.

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