"Huawei is a spy agency of the Chinese Communist Party": The expert, Beijing's three "revenge foreclosures" for the "technology" prince proves that smartphone maker is part of China's 21st Century plan
- In China, specialist Steven W. Mosher published a column on Saturday
- The Chinese technological firm argues that Huawei is part of the Communist spy apparatus
- Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Canada earlier this month
- He faces bank transfer to the United States on charges of fraud and sanctions
- China responded by arresting three Canadians with indefinite accusations
Keith Griffith for Dailymail.com
The surprising answer that Beijing has imposed on a "prince" company, the executive director of Huawei, is that the company is part of a Chinese espionage apparatus and is an expert.
Huawei is more than just an innocent smartphone manufacturer. A spy agency of the Chinese Communist Party, "wrote Chinese expert Steven W. Mosher, in a column for the New York Post on Saturday.
Mosher rounded up at least three Canadian "revenge foreclosures" on December 1, when Huawei arrested CFO Meng Wanzhou in Canada, facing bank fraud and international sanctions in the United States.
"If Penguin Meng is free and fast, the number of hostages can increase," Mosher writes. "Even such a cunning regime like China has never been seen." & # 39;
British Columbia Vancouver Superior Courts, Huawei Technologies CFO Meng Wanzhou, Dec. 11, England
Chinese President Xi Jinping visited the state of Portugal earlier this month. Experts claim that Huawei, a "special" technology company, is actually a weapon of China spyware
Moser, Asia's Asia Bully's author, says the dramatic answer to the question is why the Chinese Leader is a New Threat to the World Order. Huawei, the world's second-largest smartphone maker after Samsung, proves that it is not a simple individual competitor to other technology companies. around the world.
Huawei is feeding on low-interest loans and domestic market by the ruling Communist Party of China and the military, says Mosher.
China has repeatedly stated that all Chinese companies, whether privately or not, should help the government collect intelligence.
Under Chinese law, all organizations and citizens should support and support national intelligence, and national consensus should keep business secrets.
All this tries to expose the US and its allies to Huawei's global 5G network technology because it can face extreme doubts as the Chinese government has access to and access to information networks.
Huawei has urged its American allies to ban Huawei products in their communications infrastructure.
"Huawei stands in the same relationship with the Chinese Communist Party, German steelmaker Alfried Krupp, for the German Socialists in the Second World War," writes.
During the war, the German weapon manufacturer Krupp effectively became the Nazi side wing.
Joining the Meng arrest war drama is the daughter of Ren Zhengfei, the founder of Huawei and former chief of the People's Liberation Army and head of the Communist Party elite, who is not a simple executor.
Meng (above) is the founder and daughter of the president of Huawei
Meng has been arrested in Vancouver because he has accused the United States of infringing Iran's sanctions laws and condemning a scheme to falsify bank records covering operations.
Meng's lawyer claimed that he had violated any US or Canadian laws, and he had $ 10 million in Canadian dollars.
From the day it was arrested, China has captured at least three Canadian citizens: former diplomat Michael Kovrig, consultant Michael Spavor and the latest teacher Sarah McIver.
Kovrig and Spavor were arrested on December 10 and accused of engaging in activities that threaten Chinese national security.
While McIver arrests were confirmed on Thursday, Beijing confirmed that Alberta was being held for illegal work in the country.
Canadian officials said that McIver's case seemed less routine and unrelated to previous arrests.
The woman said her family would be kept in 10 days and then returned to Canada.