Trump Hits Huawei With Export Controls – Bill Gertz

May 21, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

President Donald Trump indirectly targeted China’s Huawei Technologies with a presidential order signed last week blocking telecommunications companies linked to foreign adversaries from selling equipment to U.S. firms.

However, a more significant new policy was imposed by the Commerce Department, which added Huawei to a list of foreign companies hit with tough export controls that prevent American technology companies from selling goods to Huawei, which has been identified by U.S. intelligence as linked to the Chinese military and intelligence services.

“While the presidential order is important to signaling allies how serious the threat is, the real punch is putting Huawei on the entities list,” said retired Air Force Brig. Gen. Rob Spalding, a former Trump White House official involved in telecommunications policy.

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Globalists and Communists Converge at Davos-sponsored Tech Summit in China

September 25, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

President Donald Trump has initiated a new round of tariffs on China, in response to what he has described as “economic aggression” against the United States by the Beijing regime. Meanwhile top leaders of the U.S. and global business, technology, and banking communities were in China last week celebrating with the communist aggressors.  From September 18-20, the World Economic Forum (WEF) held its 12th Annual Meeting of the New Champions, under the theme, “Shaping Innovative Societies in the Fourth Industrial Revolution,” in Tianjin, China. The WEF has become a leading evangelization chorus for a New World Order, a globalist scheme for world government that has become the shared vision of billionaire elites at Goldman Sachs, Microsoft, Facebook, and Google, as well as their corporate counterparts in China.

Listed as “partners” for the event were such western corporate giants as Allianz, Bain & Company, Bank of America, Barclays, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, BlackRock, BP, Chevron, Cisco, Citi, Credit Suisse, Dell Technologies, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Facebook, GE, Goldman Sachs, Google, IBM, Johnson & Johnson, JPMorgan Chase, Microsoft, Mitsubishi, Morgan Stanley, PayPal, PepsiCo, Pfizer, Procter & Gamble, Coca-Cola, Thomson Reuters, UPS, Visa, Volkswagen, and Zurich Insurance Group. Joining them in this venture were Chinese titans Alibaba, Dentsu Group, China Minsheng Investment Group, Hanwha Energy Corporation, Huawei Technologies, Tsinghua Holdings Co., and more.

Source: Globalists and Communists Converge at Davos-sponsored Tech Summit in China

Facebook, Uber and the end of the Great American Tech Delusion | Asia Times

March 21, 2018 by · Leave a Comment 

We’ve been there before, in the crash of the dot-com bubble of 2000, when we believed that downloading pop music and porn would drive the economy of the future. We’ve done it again: We made another tech bubble on the premise that Americans would write the apps and Asians would make the hardware, and the miracle of connectivity would bring the world together in Mark Zuckerberg’s utopian vision. Internet community and Artificial Intelligence were the two blasts of hot air that inflated the bubble. Social media as a substitute for actual human interaction and computation as a substitute for human thought were going to waft us into the future.

Source: Facebook, Uber and the end of the Great American Tech Delusion | Asia Times

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