China's Military: Blending Minds and Warfare - A Report on Cognitive Warfare and Brain-Influencing Weapons

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  • Source: Wayne Dupree
  • 12/22/2023
According to a report on People's Liberation Army cognitive warfare, China's military is currently engaged in the development of sophisticated psychological warfare and brain-influencing weapons. These endeavors are being undertaken as part of a broader strategy aimed at enhancing their capabilities in the field of warfare.

Earlier this month, The CCP Biothreats Initiative, a research group, published a report titled "Warfare in the Cognitive Age: NeuroStrike and the PLA's Advanced Psychological Weapons and Tactics." According to the analysts from the think tank, the People's Liberation Army (PLA) is leading the way in integrating advanced technologies like artificial intelligence, brain-computer interfaces, and novel biological weapons into their military strategies.

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According to a report, China's army has conducted two recent studies that have caught the attention of open-source researchers. These studies suggest that the Chinese military is expanding its arsenal beyond traditional "hard power" weapons. The aim appears to be to develop new types of arms that can be used to secure victories in warfare without relying solely on conventional weaponry. The newly developed arms consist of biological weapons specifically designed to induce sleep or sleep-related disturbances in enemy troops. The objective is to diminish cognitive function and reduce alertness.

There are various types of weapons that utilize devices to create a direct link between the brain and external technology. These weapons are specifically designed to impact cognitive processes and decision-making abilities. The development of brain-controlled weapons is currently underway, with the aim of allowing for accurate targeting and manipulation of cognitive functions in enemy troops or leaders.

The Chinese army is currently engaged in the development of cutting-edge weaponry that can be operated through direct neural control, utilizing a soldier's thoughts and intentions. Additionally, they are exploring the concept of cognitive manipulation and control as a means to gain an advantage over adversaries.

The organization is currently developing various weapons, one of which is referred to as "genetic drugs." These pharmaceuticals are specifically created to alter the genetic and physiological characteristics of individuals, with the aim of influencing their cognitive, emotional, and behavioral traits.

One of the military devices used in cognitive warfare is a type of wearable device known as anti-sleep glasses. These glasses are designed to enhance wakefulness and alertness in individuals. According to the report, electronic arms encompass a category of weapons that utilize electromagnetic energy to carry out nonlethal attacks. These weapons are equipped with "soft-kill radio waves" which are specifically designed to induce certain effects such as drowsiness or cognitive impairment in adversaries.

The report states that the People's Liberation Army (PLA) has incorporated advanced technologies like artificial intelligence (AI), brain-computer interfaces, and biological weapons into its military capabilities. This integration not only has physical implications but also introduces significant psychological aspects to warfare.

The report was authored by a group of four individuals who possess extensive military and intelligence backgrounds. These experts, namely L.J. Eads, Ryan Clarke, Xiaoxu Sean Lin, and Robert McCreight, took the initiative to write the report. It was Robert McCreight who initially introduced the term "neurostrike" to describe a specific aspect of brain warfare.

According to a report, a Chinese army report from 2022 has identified the "five battles of cognition" as crucial elements in conducting advanced psychological warfare operations. The objective of these operations is to influence and mold future battlefields in ways that extend beyond traditional physical conflicts.

According to the report, one of the strategies employed in battles is preemptive cognition, which aims to establish the "moral high ground" for the Chinese before engaging in hostilities. According to the report, the main goal is to establish a strong deterrent and gain an asymmetric advantage.

The report provided by the experts also reveals the planned Chinese defenses against psychological warfare attacks. The research is being conducted by two Chinese military organizations, namely Unit 94969 and Unit 96812. These units are actively engaged in the development of cognitive warfare strategies, encompassing both defensive and offensive measures.

According to the report, the PLA program is focused on combining neuroscience and technology in order to create weapons systems that have the capability to impair cognition, decrease situational awareness, and cause long-term degradation of neurological functions.

According to a report, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has developed a comprehensive strategy called NeuroStrike. This strategy is part of a larger asymmetric warfare plan that seeks to gain a strategic advantage over adversaries, with a particular focus on the United States and other perceived rivals in the Indo-Pacific region, including Taiwan, Japan, Australia, and India.


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