CIA claims Huawei funded by PLA, declines to give evidence

CIA claims Huawei funded by PLA, declines to give evidence

US allies, particularly Germany, have expressed doubt over a recent CIA claim that Huawei is funded by the Chinese military. The CIA declined to offer evidence on the allegation they themselves have labelled ’not iron-clad’, but assert that they need no ’proof’ to label any Chinese company a hostile intelligence threat because of the Chinese governments broad controls over markets & businesses.

Blake Hobba
Blake Hobba
Seth Harpenger
Seth Harpenger 1 year

well fucking duh, what company that operates in china isn't some arm of it's regime?

drakethesnake
drakethesnake 1 year

Where as in the US the government is sold out to corporations.

Ryan Mgrd
Ryan Mgrd 1 year

Good job CIA, Canadian alt media was talking about this three months ago.

david dindu
david dindu 1 year

huawei colluding with the chinese

David Giarratana
David Giarratana 1 year

When it comes to the CIA, always ask, "what do they have to gain?" Not, "what does the USA have to gain?" The CIA doesn't give a shit about the interests of the USA, and never has (just look at the agency's history). Regardless of whether or not this claim is true (it likely is), why does the CIA want you to think about this? It's not because they want you to be informed. It's most likely because they want you to be distracted.

Danny Mcgrath
Danny Mcgrath 1 year

Meanwhile in the U.S, the corporations ARE the govt.

The Civic Nationalist
The Civic Nationalist 1 year

All PRC companies over 50 employees must have a party secretary fulfilling the role of a commissar. While over 90% of entities aren't state run, this stat includes every buisness no matter how small, and the key strategic ones are either state run, or at the very minimum are a front of the CCP's agenda through party men owning or working in them. There is no free market in China, and businesses not controlled by the CCP are at a minimum forced to effect its foreign policy, intelligence aims, and unrestriced warfare strategy as described in the 1999 book with that name authored by 2 PLA colonels. China has created a psuedo market to solve the failure of communist economics, and it is a predatory pathogen to the global economy. No shit Huawei is a corrupt intelligence front.

Raymond M Hein Jr
Raymond M Hein Jr 1 year

And the CIA does collude with American Phone Company's

beanie weaine
beanie weaine 1 year

That’s funny coming from you cia when you own Facebook, Twitter, and instagram.

Spike
Spike 1 year

No shit, Sherlock. Just like USA tech companies conveniently end up spying the citizens on behalf of the NSA.

170K
170K 1 year

With the history of the CIA why would anyone even believe any statement they make they are the Kings of corruption. wether it's true or not they're all spying on each other which means little too us as they tend to be above the law and above our criticisms.

Torrey Jones
Torrey Jones 1 year

Good job CIA! And only a few months after everyone else knew it too. nice to see you're as reliable as ever.

Got Truth
Got Truth 1 year

You kinda like google and Facebook are CIA seed companies?

FirstCensorshipThenJail
FirstCensorshipThenJail 1 year

The CIA does not work for the interest of the American citizen. They work for the sovereign wealth funds of Oil Kingdoms. It is well past time the United States security and military stop being the paid mercenaries for multinational corporations and authoritarian oil kingdoms. Kissinger was a complete and total failure. Time to end his policies now. Bring the troops home, end the foreign aid disaster. Invest in America and build an economy that grows at 25% year over year. The time is now to turn it all around and restart the manufacturing and development economy and throw the Finance capitalist out. Let Wall street move to Beijing.

NPC#1337 T3H H0nkulAr
NPC#1337 T3H H0nkulAr 1 year

CIA? Lol how are those WMDs that saddam has coming? How’s getting attacked by then north Vietnam, hows arming terrorists in Afghanistan in the 80s lulul

D.kota
D.kota 1 year

I can either pay more for a less powerful product and be spied on my own government or get something better for cheaper from another government across the planet. I think I know which one I'll pick.

Ivario Sulfust
Ivario Sulfust 1 year

Oh the irony. The CIA needs to shut the hell up. They and their NSA buddies are doing exactly the same thing.

Beisht Kione
Beisht Kione 1 year

*Gasp* A Chinese company is basically an extension of the government?! Color me shocked!

NotACerealKiller
NotACerealKiller 1 year

Wait a minute... I'm confident that the US Military has previously paid various technology companies, especially leading technology companies, for R&D / access to R&D. Which is all that the summary implies.

David Brock
David Brock 1 year

Another Bloomberg chip type story? None of the articles have any actual content or sources or evidence.

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