Another elementary view into our nation’s security, business, cultural, and racial affairs:
When we sell out or outsource America, it can allow bad actors to enter or observe our nation’s most secured spaces. Then the upper echelons of America’s corporations and institutions may become vulnerable to infiltration, where the infiltrators may methodically begin incapacitating vital segments of our country’s infrastructure to satisfy exterior objectives that are often nefarious in nature.
A historical microcosm example: Taking a more humane approach to enfeebling an already oppressed race of people, during the early and middle parts of the 20th century, bad political actors (essentially the white supremacy power structure) used legislative powers, domestic terrorism, and desegregation to disarm the broad African American community of its master plan to begin recovering from slavery and reconstruction. African Americans’ wealth, political power structure, infrastructure, and documented history were vehemently targeted during and throughout the cultural power grab.