Beijing Summons U.S. Tech Leaders to Summit With Threats of “Punishment” if They Follow Trump…

Interesting, albeit not surprising, report from the New York Times after they are debriefed by a group of U.S. tech industry executives about a compliance meeting in China.

The Beijing regime of Chairman Xi Jinping summoned leaders from the top of U.S. tech industry companies and informed them of consequences for complying with U.S. laws that relate to black-listed Chinese industry; ie. Hauwei.  It will be interesting to see how this dynamic plays out.

Beijing is counting on the far-left anti-American ideology within Silicon Valley to create a communist economic alliance on U.S. soil that will work against the interests of the American people.

SAN FRANCISCO — The Chinese government this past week summoned major tech companies including Microsoft and Dell from the United States and Samsung of South Korea, to warn that they could face dire consequences if they cooperate with the Trump administration’s ban on sales of key American technology to Chinese companies, according to people familiar with the meetings.

Held on Tuesday and Wednesday, the meetings came soon after Beijing’s announcement that it was assembling a list of “unreliable” companies and individuals.

[…] The meetings this week were led by China’s central economic planning agency, the National Development and Reform Commission, and attended by representatives from its Ministry of Commerce and Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, who addressed their remarks to a broad range of companies that export goods to China, according to the two people familiar with the gatherings.

[…] More broadly, the warnings also seemed to be an attempt to forestall a fast breakup of the sophisticated supply chains that connect China’s economy to the rest of the world. Production of a vast array of electronic components and chemicals, along with the assembly of electronic products, makes the country a cornerstone of the operations of many of the world’s largest multinational companies.

[…] To those from the United States, they warned that the Trump administration’s move to cut off Chinese companies from American technology had disrupted the global supply chain, adding that companies that followed the policy could face permanent consequences. The Chinese authorities also hinted that firms should use lobbying to push back against the government’s moves.

[…] Chinese officials explicitly warned companies that any move to pull production from China that seemed to go beyond standard diversification for security purposes could lead to punishment, according to the two people.

[…] The Chinese officials told companies from outside the United States that as long as they kept up their current relationships and continued to supply Chinese companies normally, they would face no adverse consequences. (read full article)

Remarkably, this approach is exactly what CTH has predicted for over two years.  It was/is an easy prediction to see where this was heading because the severity Beijing’s economic dependence is their Achilles heal.  Anything that begins to impede the ability of China to continue their world economic conquest, immediately becomes a threat to the communist regime.

Once a threat is identified, they are defined as a zero-sum adversary who must be controlled or destroyed.  In this example the technology industry writ large is the threat.  If U.S. companies do not comply with the demands of China all of their foreign assets will be confiscated by the government and the organization is labeled as a threat to the state.

…”Chinese officials explicitly warned companies … any move to pull production from China that seemed to go beyond standard diversification for security purposes could lead to punishment”…

Not much for subtlety and nuance, eh?

A year ago Politico presented an interesting article about how Chinese spies are conducting extensive surveillance operations in/around the San Francisco bay area.  They were prescient with the warning: “As Silicon Valley continues to take over the world, the local spy war will only get hotter—and the consequences will resonate far beyond Northern California.”

Indeed the depth of the Chinese influence is becoming increasingly clear.  In Washington DC Congressman Justin Amash has been pushing heavily for President Trump’s impeachment.  In addition to being an elected representative, Mr. Amash operates a manufacturing company in China. [link]  These positions are directly related.

Keep an eye-out for those who raise the strongest objections toward the Trump administration confronting China; there’s almost a guarantee the scale of opposition will be in direct alignment to their financial interests in Beijing.

Yes, as with all things Trump, the president is likely to expose much more than just political opposition based on ideology.  President Trump’s America-First stance is putting the spotlight on all those politicians who bet against our nation, took the indulgences from a happy Panda, and swore a greater allegiance to their net worth.

We live in remarkable times…

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314 Responses to Beijing Summons U.S. Tech Leaders to Summit With Threats of “Punishment” if They Follow Trump…

  1. TradeBait says:

    And the drumbeat continues. We know how this turns out, we just don’t know when it all goes down.

    God wins, as do his believers.

    Liked by 12 people

  2. RobInPA says:

    I wonder if I should cancel my Chinese food take-out order that I am sitting here waiting for, to stand in solidarity with PDJT and the MAGA agenda?!

    What to do?! What to do?!

    Liked by 2 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      The chances are good that whoever made your food voted Trump.

      I’d keep it!

      Liked by 11 people

    • oldguy05 says:

      You Ameliicans will pay! We no rike you now. We destroy you! (I realize that’s more Japanese sounding, but I’m a white guy)

      Liked by 1 person

      • Got243kids says:

        (I realize that’s more Japanese sounding, but I’m a white guy)
        LOL anyways!

        Liked by 2 people

        • Janie M. says:

          Actually, Got, the Japanese do pronounce the “r” as we do. I was born in Japan to a Japanese mother and American father (GI, Korean War) and my birth name was Yuriko.

          Liked by 3 people

          • oldguy05 says:

            Aww C’mon! Don’t ruin my white guy prejudice! If I’m going down I’m going out in a blaze of white guy stupidity and hatred. Dayum. What’s a white guy to do nowadays? I’m pictured as that by the left. Might as well give em what they want!

            Liked by 4 people

            • MustangBlues says:

              It is written somewhere by someone, so we heard, that

              White guys created the civilization that allows peoples of color to act the fool, the idiot, without shame or prejudice.

              Liked by 1 person

          • oldguy05 says:

            That was a nice comment Yuriko. My birth name was John. Korea was a terrible war. Most people don’t realize how nasty it was. But good things can still happen as you show us. Most of us don’t want to be involved in terrible actions like that.

            Liked by 2 people

            • Janie M. says:

              old, I’m sure there were a lot of Japanese War brides during the Korean war since the GIs probably did their R&R in Japan and let’s face it, Japan wasn’t in such great shape after WWII, they’d be happy to escape and have the chance to come to the US (their golden ticket). I have wondered on occasion where my mother was during the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. I recently read there is still some residual radiation in the soil after all these years.

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        • Janie M. says:

          Got, I’d say they have a difficult time pronouncing American words using the letter “v” My younger brother was named David and when she would call out to him, it sounded like she was saying “Daee [long e] instead of Dave. 😐 Must have something to do with their alphabet. dunno.


          • sunnydaze says:

            None of my Swedish relatives could pronounce “V” either.

            “Village” becomes “willage”, etc. Wonder what it is about that particular sound, cuz it seems to be a tough one for a LOT of different linguistic groups.

            Liked by 1 person

            • Padric says:

              It must be something with their native languages that causes these stereotypical mispronunciations. For instance, I have a friend from the Netherlands and I’ve noticed that there are a lot of words in Dutch that have the same “F” and “V” sounds like we do in English and as a result she has no problems with any of those words. What she does have though is a slight accent, even after 20+ years here in America, much like I notice people from Germany do. Not surprising because she’s from an area of the Netherlands that’s (if memory serves) only an hour or so from the German border.

              LOL only at CTH can one come to read about geo-poloitcal or economic events and end up in a linguistics discussion.


          • oldguy05 says:

            All I know is Phillipinos say peopurr instead of people:)

            Liked by 1 person

            • Janie M. says:

              Isn’t there a bit of Asian (and an intermingling of Hispanic) blood in the Filipino ancestry? An Asian person (not fully articulate in English) would probably pronounce it the same way. oldguy.


    • Charlotte Powell Brooks says:

      Isn’t Chinese food take out just about the extent of all the intellectual properties we’ve acquired from them?

      Liked by 5 people

    • helix35 says:

      Panda Express!


    • bertdilbert says:

      Well if this is not a Catch-22 situation. The answer will be in your fortune cookie. Therefore, you have to buy it to see what is in it.

      Liked by 1 person

      • Janie M. says:

        bert, had takeout from a restaurant in a town (where I formerly lived) a couple months ago (the best, had their takeout for 20+ yrs). It’s over an hour round-trip now. Anyway… always read my fortune cookie slip. They are lame now, don’t have the fun fortune messages with the additional series of lucky numbers anymore. ☹️


        • oldguy05 says:

          I liked the fortune cookies that had chinese translations of english words on the back the best.

          Liked by 1 person

          • Janie M. says:

            I always loved reading those little messages (we’ve had them for at least half our lifetime, have we not?) and was a bit disappointed in the last ones I received. Maybe some person actually sued (yes, those wacky killjoys live among us) because the message didn’t come to fruition.


  3. A2 says:

    Sec Mnuchin says, at G20,
    “There’s no question where we are now, that this is a result of them backtracking on significant commitments,” Mr. Mnuchin said. “For whatever reasons they decided to do that, I’ll leave to them.”

    His meeting with PBOC governor, Yi Gang today should be interesting

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  4. sunnydaze says:

    …..” Beijing is counting on the far-left anti-American ideology within Silicon Valley to create a communist economic alliance on U.S. soil that will work against the interests of the American people”….

    Welp, pretty easy to see why Beijing would think/believe that.

    Will be interesting to see how far these tech companies are willing to openly double down on their anti-American BS.

    Liked by 11 people

    • oldguy05 says:

      Biden. McConell Feinstein ….It’s a free for all!

      Liked by 7 people

      • The Defiant One says:

        @oldguy05, not to harp on the 4D Chess… but McConnel’s wife was recently in the news about potential ethics issues and Google, Facebook, and Amazon have gotten the attention of the Depart of Justice for various issues.

        I just find it interesting that if the Tech Leaders are in a lose/lose scenario while the USA will be in a WIN/WIN setting.

        1) If the Tech Leaders kowtow to China, they will face Anti-Trust and various other troubles in the US. And unlike China the Tech Leaders such as Zuckerberg and Bezos live in the USA so they can’t escape US Justice at least if they want to keep their wealth. And their respective companies’ stock values would be pummelled by just by the hint of the hammer being dropped. Don’t forget Google/Youtube’s recent demonetization of Conservatives – imagine a Senate hearing dragging the CEO of Google to testify.

        2) If they defy China, then their dark secrets will be revealed, they might be forced off their respected companies boards, but their companies will be untouched. This will also make alot of smaller Tech companies rethink their partnerships with the Chinese Government (all Chinese businesses are tied to the Communist Government) and abandon their deals with the literal Devil.

        Never in my life time have I seen such epic WINNING!

        Liked by 1 person

      • Patricia Dolan says:

        Don’t forget Clinton’s server!!!!!


    • dallasdan says:

      Yep, IMO, the animus against the President and his America First trade framework is, arguably and ironically, most intense in America. It is fueled by both the deep state that wants America under this President to fail, and the tech and financial interests that value economic gain above patriotism/nationalism.

      Xi has a strong team of Americans by birth playing for him against the President. He must be thinking, or blatantly bluffing, that he can significantly penalize the American companies without it blowing-back very hard hard on his nation’s economy.

      I would not be the least disappointed if the big tech cabal took a financial beating from China, which then induced more serious, reciprocal damage to the Chinese economy. Both sets of bad actors would suffer.

      Liked by 3 people

    • WSB says:

      The BigTech companies are double agents, IMHO.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Keln says:

    I was in a government building this past week.

    All I have to say at this point is 1776.

    We are led by traitors.

    Liked by 12 people

  6. Most of the World War Two veterans are in their 90s and their memories are fast fading. What the Dems, Rinos and recipients of CoC campaign donations that are directly and indirectly “supporting” China might want to keep in the back of their mind the fact there’s MANY Korean War (conflict) veterans that are still alive and they and their families have vivid memories of that era. They know that it was 120,000 CHINESE troops that attacked at the Chosin Reservoir……from which many Americans did not return. Go against PDJT and support the Chinese at your own peril – – – Main Street may make you pay dearly.

    Liked by 14 people

    • oldguy05 says:

      My cousin was there. He would never talk about it. He became withdrawn and angry every time I asked him about it. I don’t blame him. History shows it really sucked!

      Liked by 3 people

    • burginthorn says:

      My uncle has a memorial at the Australian War Memorial in the nations capitol in Canberra for his service in the Korean War. There was also a 60 Minutes special about the battle with Ray Parry, one of 4 Australians in the famous battle of Kapyong. Four Australians held a rear guard against wave after wave of Chinese attacks. Each wave consisted of around 200 men. But were held off by my uncle and three other aussie diggers whilst the Australians retreated. It was a suicide mission they weren’t expected to survive. Just hold the Chinese off long enough for the retreating troops. By morning light the area was littered with Chinese corpses. The fighting so fierce it came down to hand to hand combat. But they survived the night and held off the Chinese.

      Liked by 8 people

  7. CountryDoc says:

    Are there America First Constitutional Patriots in Silicon Valley? Anyone know who they are?

    What would it take to build an alternate conservative social media? Or better yet, overtake control of the current platforms: Google/Twitter/YouTube/What’sApp/Facebook/Wikipedia.

    I believe, however, that we are making changes. There is much to be grateful for

    Liked by 4 people

    • Simpler to bankrupt them in court over civil rights violations.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Doc, If conservatives left facebook & twitter went to & neither have ads & neither will sell your info. for free encrypted email also no ads. There is also . Search engine doesn’t track you, & is working on a browser that won’t track you, I’m currently using Opera. Plenty of alternatives and it would hurt those liberal companies if conservatives left the lefties. Since Mozilla no longer supports AdBlocker, Duckduckgo security, and Dissinter I have switched browsers from Firefox to Opera. I will have to get back to you as to how Opera is. I am sick and tired of someone else telling me what I can or can’t say online, what sites or search engines I can use and who gets to track everything I do. So I am always looking for those who let me have that freedom. There are definitely alternatives out there.

      Liked by 3 people

    • montanamel says:

      It takes 12 good men and 3 pissed off patriots….perhaps a worn out preacher…..That’ll take care of it at each active location…. What we lack is coordination across the nation so that the same message is then sent out to our nation…. Check-6


      • CountryDoc says:

        Montannamel, I’m curious as to where your “12 good men,3 pissed off patriots, and perhaps a worn out preacher” standard comes from or what you are referring to.

        The configuration is close to a universal number that shows up repeatedly in history. Large enough to be effective, and diversified; small enough to be efficient.

        -Leaders of the twelve tribes of Israel with Joshua, Caleb and Moses?
        -12 Disciples, Peter, James, Paul, and Jesus?
        -13 colony leaders: Adams, Jefferson, Washington, Revere?
        -A SEAL team? SEAL platoons consist of 16 SEALs — two officers, one chief, and 13 enlisted men
        – A ranger team?

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      • CountryDoc says:

        And what does the Check-6 refer to?


    • chickenhawk says:

      I believe this is critical to our survival. Think about it. We make our opponents richer so that they may oppress us. How to reach critical mass so that these alternatives succeed and the corrupt band of censorious giants feel the pain? Need some sort of online meeting place where the number of people switching could be publicly tallied and displayed (like the online gofundme accounts show dollars donated). This could encourage others to finally make the switch for good. How many could make the switch away from google, youtube, twitter, facebook, amazon, etc?

      Liked by 1 person

  8. A2 says:

    A lesson from history.
    When the CCP took over China in 1949, in Shanghai, the most capitalistic city in China that had the most factories, businesses and what we now call FDI, the new regime decided to raise their taxes to astronomical heights to put them out of business. The firms could not pay, so they tried to sell their assets. Of course no one was buying, so they were effectively seized by the Party/State. For good measure, they also held hostage the heads of these firms, some eventually years later after living in house arrest.

    plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

    Or as Unreliable Entity A2 says,


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  9. Tom Andrews says:

    Anyone knowingly attending meetings on foreign soil intended to overthrow our laws should be thrown in jail. Period.

    Liked by 17 people

  10. Retired USMCR says:

    Lay down with commie dogs, wake up with commie blood suckers..

    Liked by 7 people

  11. At some point this had to happen. Trump is right to tackle this issue head on, it was allowed to get out of hand by the Bilderberg’s in government. Soon if we manage to beat back what’s been done to us the West can regroup.

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  12. Perot Conservative says:

    Isn’t Apple in China? So they steal the machinery and the IP. Great … any company that moves there now are fools.

    I’d be so tempted if I were a CEO there to fry all my computers one weekend ala Hillary; take key components out the back door; sabatoge equipment; and just vacate. Dangerous game.

    I guess another option is don’t update capital; don’t expand; don’t bring cutting-edge technology to China; and let the China operations die a slow death.

    There is a dystopian movie here … Escape from Beijing… with face technology software everywhere… social points… jailed religious victims… T Square… torn western Chinese… Chairman Kim… Taiwan… Silicon Valley know-nothing Millenials waking up… no longer fantasy.

    Liked by 12 people

  13. phillip jeffreys says:

    Part of the antidote is obvious: start publishing the financial dependancies – the implicit “they’re selling us out” doesn’t need to be stated. Just document who has financial interests over some threshold.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. Rick Myles says:

    Congressman traitor Justin Amash has been pushing heavily for President Trump’s impeachment. In addition to being an elected rep, Mr. Amash operates a manufacturing company in China. These positions are directly related. Traitors to the USA must be purged from the GOP

    Liked by 7 people

  15. Rick Myles says:

    Patriotic Americans (the vast majority) will abandon companies who side with China against the USA. Watch. These tech moguls are going to make a huge mistake.

    Liked by 4 people

    • oldguy05 says:

      Yah right. As Google assists China to implement their social credit score! Coming soon to a smart phone near you!


  16. pyromancer76 says:

    Thank God this is coming out in the open. We have known their nefarious influence and intentions for years. Bless President Trump for forcing their purposes – nothing less than world domination — out where everyone can see.

    The Chinese will soon own all of our West Coast with the sneaky investments and huge housing developments — for the wealthy. Soon no one will be able to drive in their once (relatively) comfortable neighborhoods. The middle class will be run out by the illegals, drugs, criminal gangs, filth, and high cost if everything. All part of the plan to destroy America. Get rid of the Chinese influence in our country.

    The reason for the multi-year hysterical focus on Russia is so that no one could see that China was doing the same thing to us as they have already done to New Zealand and Australia. No more world domination games. They don’t have the ability anyway.

    Liked by 6 people

    • pyromancer76 says:

      Afterthought. Like a few Treepers, I can imagine how satisfying it would be to burn it all down inside China and make a whole new start where one’s business is all one’s own. What a huge relief.

      Liked by 2 people

    • oldguy05 says:

      Chinese investment in high end properties and investment real estate has been tanking as of late.

      Liked by 5 people

      • So true oldguy03.

        Does anyone here remember back in the 70s when so many in America were afraid of the Japanese who where going all out against our economy with their auto manufacturing and their investments?

        The Japanese where moneymaking dynamos if you believed our msm, nothing could stop them they were going to conquer the world and Americans were just a bunch of losers.

        The Japanese were buying up a lot of America and at very high prices.

        American buyers just could not out bid the Japanese who were a little money drunk on American real estate.

        I remember all of the angst ridden msm stories about how America was being bought up by foreign investors, real “woe is us the sky is falling” type of stuff.

        Anyway to make a long story shorter the Japanese pretty much went belly up on everything and tried to complain that Americans sold them property at inflated prices….. wah wah wah.

        Big bad Americans tricked them into buying all of that stuff.

        They cried and whined all the way through the foreclosure process.

        When the Chinese came roaring into our real estate economy and everyone praised them as to how smart and disciplined they were, I wondered how long it would be before they went down the same road.

        Well now I guess we know.

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  17. China just launched PASSIVE NATIONALIZATION
    … as predicted earlier this week.

    “[…] Chinese officials explicitly warned companies that any move to pull production from China that seemed to go beyond standard diversification for security purposes could lead to punishment, according to the two people.

    […] The Chinese officials told companies from outside the United States that as long as they kept up their current relationships and continued to supply Chinese companies normally, they would face no adverse consequences.”

    Liked by 9 people

  18. De Oppresso Liber says:

    Expect the Chicoms to really start turning the screws on McConnell, Biden, Feinstein and other bought-and-paid-for American TRAITORS. They will also seek alliances with USCoc bought-and-paid-for senators under the “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” strategy……is there anyone who actually still believes the senate NOT voting to convict/remove is a sure thing?

    Dangerous days ahead, my friends. We must remain resolute, determined, and above all else as vocally and demonstrably supportive of President Donald Trump, as we may possibly express. It would be awesome if we could get Mitch McConnell to fear US more than he fears his damn in-laws.

    Come on KENTUCKY – you can do it!!!

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  19. A2 says:

    I will repost this article from March.

    “America’s Undersea Battle With China for Control of the Global Internet Grid”

    “While the U.S. wages a high-profile campaign to exclude China’s Huawei Technologies Co. from next-generation mobile networks over fears of espionage, the company is embedding itself into undersea cable networks that ferry nearly all of the world’s internet data.

    About 380 active submarine cables—bundles of fiber-optic lines that travel oceans on the seabed—carry about 95% of intercontinental voice and data traffic, making them critical for the economies and national security of most countries.

    Current and former security officials in the U.S. and allied governments now worry that these cables are increasingly vulnerable to espionage or attack and say the involvement of Huawei potentially enhances China’s capabilities.”

    A follow up article

    “Huawei is selling out of its undersea cable business as U.S. pressure mounts. But the private Chinese buyer, Hengtong, is unlikely to allay U.S. concerns. It’s worked with China’s military and is involved in Made in China 2025 and Belt and Road ”

    And a timely warning posted above. Previously it was revealed that China was rerouting internet traffic in African states that foolishly joined up with the Belt &Road. Now Europe is not safe.

    “For more than two hours on Thursday, one of China’s largest internet providers forced a huge chunk of European mobile traffic to be rerouted through its own servers.

    China Telecom has been implicated in similar incidents before. For about 18 minutes in April 2010, roughly 15 percent of the world’s internet traffic suddenly traversed through Chinese servers. This included traffic flowing to and from U.S. government and military websites, including NASA. Commercial sites for companies such as Dell and Microsoft were similarly affected.”

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  20. rustybritches says:

    Devin N was on Judge J tonight and he said that the dems on Monday will begin to hold impeachment hearing and for the life of me I cant think what they are going to charge him with and maybe by next week the investigations going on with AG Barr and his group will put a dent in the Dems bull stuff Its funny how Chucky and poor old nasty Nancy just cant do themselves a favor and shut the heck up now and then They just have to keep their snide little remarks to the President going on day after day and as far as I am concerned again, I don’t think he hits these people hard enough and I really wonder how many of the companies that went to talk to China will indeed sell out America Nothing would really surprise me for McConnell to do it now
    He has been in the tank for China for a long time and I know that as long as crazy Nancy has the speakers job she will do all in her power to impeach the President
    The funny thing here is that China and Russia only found their BS when they found each other
    a relationship made in heaven and that’s another part of the story The dems didn’t want the President to get close to the Russians because they were afraid they might tell PT about all the crimes that Obama and his people commited so now the Chinese and the Russians are putting pressure where they really should not go

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  21. Gary Lacey says:

    This is not going to play well in the scheme of things. What is so very curious about the Chinese, is walking away from a fair deal.
    Obviously, they can’t see the forest(fair deal)for the trees(business as usual).

    Liked by 2 people

    • oldguy05 says:

      They’ve been accustomed to raping us with impunity. Been going on for years. I’d bet they’re just “Biden” their time to get back to business as usual.

      Liked by 4 people

  22. Deb says:

    The day of reckoning is coming. Call the scum in Congress and let them know we expect them to be loyal to the United States and our constitution. It’s time to bust up the tech monopolies.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Gucci says:

      @dDEb-I suppose it’s better than doing nothing…but calls to Congress accomplish nothing. Kinda like trying to drain the Pacific ocean with a teaspoon.

      Have you not figured that out by now?

      Liked by 1 person

  23. A2 says:

    It is all very simple. No coulda, shoulda, woulda, just the reality. And that reality is that Huawei and subsidiaries are PLA front units.

    Anyone making excuses for the CCP’s China, is walking around as a human fog-bank or on the #GreatChinaPayroll. Full Stop.

    Exhibit no. 1. I give you AmCham

    Don’t Say I Didn’t Warn You aka 勿谓言之不预也 A2

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    • Sunshine says:

      They moved to China for one reason only: Cheap Labor. They didn’t care about American workers. Now, they are paying the price.


  24. Heika says:

    Must watch on the situation

    Liked by 1 person

  25. ATheoK says:

    “they warned that the Trump administration’s move to cut off Chinese companies from American technology had disrupted the global supply chain, adding that companies that followed the policy could face permanent consequences. The Chinese authorities also hinted that firms should use lobbying to push back against the government’s moves.
    […] Chinese officials explicitly warned companies that any move to pull production from China that seemed to go beyond standard diversification for security purposes could lead to punishment,
    according to the two people.”

    There are a number of quotations attributed directly to Chinese leadership where China exclusively wears an angry dragon mask. A position that makes It hard to assume a panda face after such aggressive communist tyrannical stances.
    Those aggressive dragon stances seriously impair China’s ability to save face if their tyrannical aggression tactics fail.

    This gives me pause in believing those statements are accurate literal translations.
    Not that the portrayal of China’s intentions is incorrect, just that it is unlikely Chinese leaders used those exact words of irrevocable mandates and punishments. I’d lay odds that China’s leadership phrases are better nuanced to leave China alternate avenues.
    I am sure that China fully means what the words state. Just that China did not mean for their ultimatums to be so expressed publicly.

    What America must do is to clearly re-establish aid and comfort to unfriendly countries treasonous acts will be severely punished.
    Attorney General Barr needs to activate anti-treason investigations here in the USA; while the CIA must identify and engage those committing treason overseas.

    Technology assembly and manufacturing can be performed in many countries. Once the industry exodus from China begins, China’s financial health plummets as expatriation escalates.

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  26. montanamel says:

    Sounds to me like it’s time for that CUSIP number data base to be corrupted and be unavailable for at least 30 days…. The open threats made at this meeting is enough basis to cut them off at the knees, once and for all… Let PDT pass them a little message at the G20 clam bake…. “You might as well use those bond/note certificates to plaster the great wall with….they’ll never be worth any more that birdshit wrapping…. AND…as for those “parts”…..forgetabout it…… No Mas Aqui’…


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  27. Mike Dennis says:

    So Xi also wants to meet with Trump where all their troubles can be straightened out. The hi-tech leader that arranges this is the traitor.

    Liked by 1 person

  28. Perot Conservative says:


  29. Moe Grimm says:

    So, which of the Soylicon Valley phfaggots goes first? Not to worry though. It’s probably nothing. DC has their top “men” working on this like Wray, so we can expect a full accounting soon.

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  30. spoogels says:

    At a dinner in Washington in April, Trump recounted a conversation with Xi. “I call him ‘king,'” Trump recalled, “He said, ‘But I am not king, I am president.’ I said, ‘No, you are president for life, and therefore you are king.’ He said, ‘Huh … huh.’ He liked that. I get along with him great.”


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  31. spoogels says:

    Ying Ma: Trump’s tough stance on China is what world needs

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  32. So, how wise is it to do your manufacturing in a “cheaper” country which you cannot in any way influence nor control?

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  33. well if the Chinese seize the assets of American companies our government should repay these companies with the U.S.Treasury Bonds China holds

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  34. Sunshine says:

    Meanwhile in Canada, Justin’s team is trying to negotiate the release of detained/arrested Canadians. China’s only response is no response other than Canada must first commit to using Huawei technology.
    It will be fun to see how that story ends.

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  35. czarowniczy says:

    For those on a Federal retirement (civil service, Social security, military, etc) there may be a coming boon to this China-Mexico tariff stuff. It’s hitting during the FY’s 3rd quarter, the same quarter that’s used to determine the rise in the CPI that determines our raise come January.

    Hang in there folks, tis truly an ill wind…


  36. Pyrthroes says:

    Hsi: “It’s called fr-ied r-ice, you plick.”


  37. Tom says:

    Tell the ChiComs they can go pound sand. If they didn’t lie, cheat, steal everything they can get their hands on and try to put the ability to spy on every customer they have. Perhaps they could be happier.


  38. Curt says:

    “Beijing is counting on the far-left anti-American ideology within Silicon Valley to create a communist economic alliance on U.S. soil that will work against the interests of the American people.”
    I live in Silicon Valley. Think they’ll take the deal with China. Anything for more power and control, and to hell with the United States. People in the area have never seen a radical socialist that they don’t worship. This attitude is reflected in the ownership of ALL the tech companies the area….


  39. jbrickley says:

    No Qualcomm means no cellular modems for China. Major problem. They might be able to make a Chinese radio but not something that works around the world as well as Qualcomm.


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