American white lie on Huawei unproven

Beijing and Washington traded barbs over Huawei Technologies and the South China Sea at the Munich Security Conference on Saturday, as both sides also sought to sell their vision for regional security.

In a speech lasting almost 30 minutes, US Vice-President Mike Pence urged political leaders at the conference to reject the Chinese telecoms giant.

The US has been “very clear with our security partners on the threats posed by Huawei and other Chinese telecom companies”, Pence said.

“Chinese law requires them to provide Beijing’s vast security apparatus with access to any data that touches their networks or equipment,” he said, adding America’s allies must protect critical telecoms infrastructure.

Speaking immediately after Pence, Chinese State Councillor Yang Jiechi said China rejected “technological hegemony”.

“We need to follow the new approach of win-win and all-win cooperation and abandon ideological prejudices and the outdated mentality of a zero-sum game, and a winner takes all,” Yang said.
In a question-and-answer session following his speech, Yang added that Huawei was cooperating closely with European countries on the fourth industrial revolution.

“Chinese law does not require companies to install a back door or collect intelligence,” he said.

Total ban on China’s Huawei may be a mistake and it’s ‘more complicated than in or out’, Britain’s MI6 chief Alex Younger suggests

The Five Eyes intelligence alliance – the US, Britain, Australia, Canada and New Zealand – as well as Japan have blocked or are planning to ban Huawei from taking part in building their 5G mobile network infrastructure, adding to pressure on the Chinese company. Other countries, such as Germany, are consulting telecoms operators before deciding whether to exclude the firm....

The above paragraphs were posted in Yahoo News.

The very fact that for so many years, and the recent spate of heightened investigation and scrutiny and intensive tests on Huawei equipment by many western countries, including the mischievous US putting Huawei under the microscope and still could not find any proof that Huawei's equipment are used to spy on other govt, this is the best proof that the Americans and 5 eyes accusation is a frivolous White Lie.  If Huawei is guilty, they would have lost not time to shown the evidence to the rest of the world with all the western media pasting them on their front pages. They could not as they could not find anything wrong with Huawei except making wild allegations and spreading lies.

The Huawei White Lie is about western hegemony and about economic dominance, about the fees that they would have lost to Huawei when fees from 4G becomes miniscule once 5G takes over the market. These are the real reasons, not spying or whatever mischievous allegations the Americans the the 5 eyes are telling the world.

The Americans and the whites are congenital liars. They cannot and have failed to prove their allegation is true.

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Virgo49 said...

They have to pay Trillions if not Billions to China for their 5G Technology.

Whites already bankrupted lah?

World's most scheming and evil parasites still have farking Superiority Complex.

See how the chow ang mohs hoodwinked the Asians and Middle Eastern plus the Sinkies.

Don't give two hoots to what's your Curry Laws.

They made stooges out of you and suck as much as they could and now son defaulted NS.

Shown them their middle fingers and want you to agreed with their terms.

Daft Natives and All still under their spells.See that Brochez even play monkeys with our daft millionaire ministers.

Played out wholesale by them.

Everywhere they go, they created chaos and yet they still worshipped them.

All their Black, not White lies and even the Dragon still respects the Serpents.

Pathetic !!

Titiana Ann Xavier said...

Uncle Sam and its 4 Eyes are making a last ditch effort to break China's technological lead in wireless telecommunications. Uncle Sam Telecom Industries are losing out to China's 5G. China has made a tough response in order to show Uncle Sam and the other 4 Eyes their places and to make it clear that the Dragon is not to be messed with.

Australia and New Zealand are now feeling the pinch after China retaliated against the 2 countries for banning Huawei 5G. The saga of Sabrina Meng's arrest is far from over. There will be another storm should she be extradited. Canada will be the next target. Meanwhile, UK is sending its only aircraft carrier to the SCS with F35s borrowed from Uncle Sam. The 5 Eyes are going all out to undermine China and force China to back off from taking over as the world's leader in telecommunications.

Titiana Ann Xavier said...

No nation nor organization has found any evidence so far to prove that Huawei has been illegally collecting data from device users. All accusations against Huawei of gathering intelligence for the Chinese government are only based on imagination concocted by Uncle Sam and its 4 Eyes. The 5 Eyes have a sinister motive. Pence tried to lobby European countries to bar Huawei from their 5G network development. It is a step in the US-led geopolitical campaign against China's technological rise.

Uncle Sam's officials have recently stepped up their efforts in asking European countries to join the anti-Huawei boycott. It is a well-coordinated political and economical banditry in line with Donald Trump's "America First" protectionist policy of destroying Huawei 5G communication technologies to help its own companies falling behind.

Titiana Ann Xavier said...

Ren Zhengfei, founder of Huawei affirmed that there is no way that Uncle Sam can crush the company. During the interview with the BBC, he described the arrest of his daughter as politically motivated. However, he acknowledged that the potential loss of customers could have a significant impact. Last week, Mike Pompeo warned Uncle Sam's poodles against using Huawei technology. He threatened and warned them that it would be more difficult for Washington to partner alongside them.

Mr Ren warned that "the world cannot leave us because we are more advanced".
"If the lights go out in the West, the East will still shine. And if the North goes dark, there is still the South. America doesn't represent the world. America only represents a portion of the world."

Chua Chin Leng aka redbean said...

Convincing US firms like Cisco to leave back doors in their equipment is quite simple: the US Government can threaten companies’ management or boards with tax or bribery investigations or over other shady activities, but that is not so easy when the company is hosted in China.

Above comments from article 'Why is the US government trying to persuade allied countries to avoid telecommunications equipment from China's Huawei Technologies?' by

Godfree Roberts, Ed.D. Education & Geopolitics, University of Massachusetts, Amherst (1973)

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Chinese app beats US tech giants like Apple, Amazon to be crowned world’s most innovative company
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Chinese app beats US tech giants like Apple, Amazon to be crowned world’s most innovative company

The world’s two most innovative companies this year are both from Asia, with Chinese tech platform Meituan Dianping unseating 2018 champion and Silicon Valley giant Apple, according to ratings by US business magazine Fast Company.

While Washington keeps saying that Beijing is stealing its technology and uses this mantra to justify the ongoing trade war, the Chinese “transactional super app” claimed top spot among 50 of the most innovative companies in the world. It is the first time that a non-US company has emerged on top since Fast Company started running the rankings in 2008.

In its “definitive list of who matters in 2019,” Fast Company gave the crown to Beijing-based Meituan Dianping, which was making its debut in the ratings. The app-based service expedites the booking and delivery of services such as hotel stays, movie tickets, and food.

The Chinese platform was followed by Singapore-based Grab, which forced American rival Uber out of the region in 2018 and acquired its local operations. The company now not only includes ride-hailing, ride-sharing services, food delivery and travel booking, but also offers its 130 million users financial services and will soon add healthcare services. Grab hit $1 billion in revenue last year and is likely to expand further after it managed to attract more than $3 billion in fresh funding.