Warp to China!

In 1980s, following the failure of the Strategic Defense Initiative, the Reagan incident, and the discovery of infiltration of the Foundation by Soviet spies in 1980s, senior parascience officials in the United States became increasingly suspicious of Foundation activities.

In 1985, the Paperclip Doctrine was conceived by CIA parascience strategist and former director of CIA paraweapon action in Vietnam [REDACTED]. The Paperclip Doctrine demands United State covert parascience supremacy over the Soviet Union and non-state actors. In essence, United States no longer trusts the Foundation on parascience affairs. United States would need to dominate in the field of parascience while also maintaining its compliance to the Parascience Masquerade Agreement.

In 1986, a group of United States parascience officials from the United States intelligence community and United States Armed Forces formed a group that aims to achieve total US parascience supremacy. The official name of the group is not known, and the group is believed to operate under a host of codenames. One consistent unofficial name for the group however, is "The Strategy".

The existence of the Strategy is officially denied by the United States government, even towards the Foundation and many internal agencies within United States. The Strategy encompasses both scientific and military operation elements, and encompasses all aspects of parascience management, including creation, destruction, containment, and application. The Strategy aims to dismantle the parscience operation capabilities of other parascience groups (state-run or otherwise), and strengthen the capabilities of United States' own parascience operations, such as the US Army [REDACTED], and the CIA [REDACTED].

The Strategy actively utilizes parascientific objects for its own gain, though it had maintained Masquerade Agreement protocols while doing so. The Strategy's capabilities are extensive.

The Strategy is indirectly hostile towards the Foundation.

The Strategy has at time conflicted with the interests of the United States government.