Sunday, January 24, 2021

Chinese ties to American media

"Despite the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) record of oppression, corporate media outlets are parroting the authoritarian government's propaganda, even in the midst of an outbreak the CCP worsened through a cover-up. Many of those media outlets have financial ties to Chinese companies with intense oversight from the CCP."

Thursday, November 19, 2020

Engineer Sentenced for Taking Missile Technology to China

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced on Wednesday that former Raytheon engineer Wei Sun has been sentenced to 38 months in prison for transferring sensitive missile technology to China in violation of the Arms Export Control Act (AECA).

Sun, 49, is a Chinese national and naturalized U.S. citizen who worked as a highly-skilled electrical engineer for Raytheon Missile Systems (RMS) in Tucson, Arizona, from 2009 until 2019. RMS manufactures surface-to-air, air-to-ground, and ballistic missiles for various branches of the U.S. military. 

Sun obtained a secret-level security clearance in the course of his employment, which was necessary because his work required "access to information directly relating to advanced and sensitive missile defense-related technology, some of which constituted defense articles controlled and regulated under the Arms Control Export Act," as the January 2020 indictment against him explained.

In December 2018, Sun departed for China, Hong Kong, and Cambodia on a personal trip, bringing his RMS company-issued laptop computer with him. The laptop held sensitive data covered under the AECA and the regulations that implemented it, the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR).

While he was overseas, he used the company laptop and his Raytheon email account to tell the company he intended to resign his position to study and work abroad. 

Monday, October 12, 2020

China Ties to US Riots Exposed by Trevor Loudon


"Most of the riots that racked the United States within the last few months were organized by two socialist organizations that have close ties with the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), said Trevor Loudon, author, and filmmaker, who has been researching radical and terrorist groups and their covert influence on mainstream politics for more than 30 years."

Monday, July 27, 2020

What China Has Done to Starve U.S. Hospitals of Key Medical Equipment is Unforgivable

China lied and people died. In December, China ordered its scientists to
destroy samples that showed they had a pneumonia-like virus on their hands.
They strong-armed doctors from trying to spread the word, kept medical staff
in the dark, and prevented new cases of what we know was the Wuhan
Coronavirus, or COVID-19, from being reported. And now doctors who tried to
raise awareness have vanished. Vloggers documenting the situation on the
ground have also disappeared. China allowed Chinese New Year to be
celebrated which led to scores of people being exposed. In all, some 5
million people had left Wuhan by the time the Chinese government got its act
together. It was too late. And now, their incompetence caused this pandemic.


The world economy has ground to a halt. And while we're dealing with this
nonsense, China has also reportedly tried to corner the market on personal
protection equipment which is essential for health care workers around the
world. The Trump administration is fully aware of the situation and is
mulling legal action. The New York Post quoted one senior lawyer said
China's actions concerning this alleged hoarding is akin to a first-degree
murder charge (via NY Post):

Read More:
https://townhall.com/tipsheet/mattvespa/2020/04/06/what-china-did-to-starve-
our-hospitals-of-key-medical-equipment-to-combat-the-wuh-n2566443

What will the US defense industry do when China cuts off rare earth supplies?

he latest comments follow a meeting of China's state economic planner, the
National Development and Reform Commission, or NDRC, which announced the
study and formulation of new export controls to go into effect "as soon as
possible." These controls differ from previous embargo and boycott threats
by singling out U.S. defense manufacturers, along with contractors that
refuse to do business with Huawei.

For years, supply chain experts warned about the potential for China to cut
off access to the critical materials found in almost every major weapon
system, from fifth-generation fighters to precision-guided munitions. Even a
modest decrease in the availability of rare earth materials results in
increasing prices for the elements, but severe and sustained shortages could
threaten the ability of American defense contractors to produce systems
vital to our national security.

Read More:
https://www.defensenews.com/opinion/commentary/2019/07/05/what-will-the-us-defense-industry-do-when-china-cuts-off-rare-earth-supplies/


Wednesday, February 26, 2020

Hidden Dragons in America, Pompeo Warns

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo looked into the faces of 40 governors and warned them that China had infiltrated their states, he wasn't kidding. They're hiding in the shadows of our schools, our lobbying meetings, even our business dinners. And no one, he said evenly, knows it's happening.
"These aren't hypotheticals," Secretary Pompeo insisted. "We've allowed this to continue without a deep awareness from the American people." And what is "this," exactly? According to top State Department officials, we're talking about a massive network of Chinese communists fanned out across the country with one goal: penetrate U.S. security, education, and financial systems -- then, create chaos. "It's happening in your state," Sec. Pompeo insisted, "with consequences for our foreign policy, for the citizens who reside in your states, and indeed for each of you... The Chinese Government has been methodical in the way it's analyzed our system... It's assessed our vulnerabilities, and it's decided to exploit our freedoms to gain advantage over us at the federal level, the state level, and the local level."

Sunday, January 26, 2020

Central Asians cry out over China's secret detention camps


The "study camp" is believed to be one of the numerous extra-judicial detention centres set up in Xinjiang, holding as many as one million Uighurs and other Muslim minorities, according to estimates cited by a UN panel.

Doolotkhan's disappearance shows how China's vast dragnet has extended and now hits people with links to Kyrgyzstan, after similar reports emerged from distressed families in neighbouring Kazakhstan.

Last month Alymkulova and a dozen others formed a lobby group, called the Committee to Protect the Kyrgyz People in China.

The group has called for the Kyrgyz government, which depends heavily on Chinese economic assistance, to press Beijing about the camps in Xinjiang.

Chinese officials have described the camps as "vocational education centres" for people who appear to be drawn towards Islamist extremism and separatism.

But human rights activists say members of China's Muslim minorities are being held involuntarily for transgressions such as wearing long beards and face veils.

Rights groups say the region has become a police state.