Author Topic: China Chinese penetration of America  (Read 3482 times)

Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile
China Chinese penetration of America
« on: December 11, 2020, 08:26:30 AM »
We now have US-China (South China Sea) and China vs. the World, and with this thread we now have China in America:

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/how-china-has-built-its-extensive-honey-trap-spy-network

« Last Edit: July 19, 2021, 06:13:32 AM by Crafty_Dog »






G M

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 20711
    • View Profile
You have to respect the dedication required
« Reply #6 on: December 14, 2020, 10:33:32 AM »


Not sure what the PLA's version of the medal of honor is, but I think she has earned it.
« Last Edit: December 14, 2020, 02:11:17 PM by G M »

Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile


ccp

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 12939
    • View Profile
Re: Chinese penetration of America
« Reply #9 on: December 15, 2020, 06:49:58 AM »
has anyone heard a  peep from Joe Gaffe or his "inner circle"

about this ? or the MSM really investigating

do we have to sit here and watch the bastards give our country away?

yet we have some repubs fretting over Trump fighting obvious election fraud as being important






Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile




ccp

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 12939
    • View Profile
Chinese learn English while no one learns Chinese
« Reply #19 on: December 21, 2020, 04:38:30 AM »
https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2019/06/11/chinese-learn-english-online-us-tutors-remote-jobs-rise/1356821001/

Via telemedicine I have had women call in who when I ask if they work and what kind tell me they teach English to Chinese . I think all were mother s who could make bid bucks sitting at home

2000K per week for a 30 hr job ?

wow

Chinese learn to speak our language but Americans do not learn Chinese.
We are so screwed.

Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile
Re: Chinese penetration of America
« Reply #20 on: December 21, 2020, 05:24:53 AM »
I actually had this come across my radar screen and looked into it-- Cindy had lost her job, my teaching income was down, blah blah.  The language of the agreement would have had the Chinese sitting on my shoulder for pretty much everything in my digital life.

ccp

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 12939
    • View Profile
Re: Chinese penetration of America
« Reply #21 on: December 21, 2020, 06:19:10 AM »
The language of the agreement would have had the Chinese sitting on my shoulder for pretty much everything in my digital life.

they seem to have a bit of.a catch in everything they do with us
  always with clauses that gives them intelligence and control over us

now we have the stooges in the WH again
with Wall Street sucked into it
the Bergs and the Soros's and the google heads

it is tempting to make > 100 K for 30 hr per week from home

they are using us .... 

they know the power of money

Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile

G M

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 20711
    • View Profile


Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile
WSJ on Cruz's opposition to HK immigration
« Reply #25 on: December 24, 2020, 08:04:35 PM »
 Rafael Cruz, the father of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, came to the U.S. from Cuba in 1957 on a four-year student visa. He had sided with Fidel Castro against the Batista dictatorship, for which he was jailed and beaten. But he later soured on Castro and was granted political asylum in the U.S.

Like so many people who have escaped political oppression, Mr. Cruz has a special appreciation for America and its freedoms. So why did his son recently block legislation on the Senate floor to open America’s door to people like his father—Hong Kongers now enduring a crackdown by another Communist government?

The legislation is “The Hong Kong People’s Freedom and Choice Act of 2020,” and it passed the House in early December by voice vote. The bill would make it easier for Hong Kongers to gain refugee or temporary protected status. TPS allows people from designated countries to remain and work in the United Status.

Mr. Cruz, who has supported Hong Kong’s democracy movement in the past, offers two main objections. First, he says the bill isn’t really about helping Hong Kong; it’s another Democratic effort to relax standards on behalf of “open borders.” Second, he says it would give China an opening to infiltrate spies into the U.S.

He prefers his own bill to cut off federal funding for Hollywood filmmakers who censor their films for screening in China. He is also pushing the Shame Act, which would sanction China for forced sterilizations and abortions directed at religious minorities such as the Muslim Uighurs.

We’re all for ending government subsidies to Hollywood, and we’ve condemned forced abortions for more than three decades. But neither issue contradicts support for Hong Kong’s persecuted democrats. And nothing challenges—and embarrasses—a Communist regime more than when its own people want to flee to freedom. In Berlin the Communists had to build a wall to keep people in.

China probably would try to use an opening for Hong Kongers to sneak its agents in. But that was also true of Cuba’s escapees. And if the issue is spies, who are more likely to be agents for Beijing: Hong Kongers who risked arrest by protesting for democracy, often carrying American flags—or the children of Chinese Communist Party members who attend American universities?

The Hong Kongers who would take advantage of a legal path to the U.S. are decent, hard-working people like Rafael Cruz. The Republican Party spoke up for Soviet refuseniks and dissidents during the Cold War. But now some want a new Cold War with China while shunning its victims.

At a moment when many Biden appointees want to reset relations with China, conservative Republicans shouldn’t be working against an effort that would keep the heat on Beijing while giving Hong Kong people hope.



Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile


Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile
CA pension fund investments in China
« Reply #30 on: December 28, 2020, 02:12:35 PM »

Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile
WSJ: Beijing's bigger honey trap
« Reply #31 on: December 28, 2020, 07:06:02 PM »
Beijing’s Bigger Honey Trap
Eric Swalwell and Hunter Biden are only the tip of the Chinese influence iceberg.

By William McGurn
WSJ

What do Eric Swalwell and Hunter Biden have in common?

Both are highly connected, Mr. Swalwell as a member of the House Intelligence Committee and Mr. Biden as the son of the incoming president. Both have made news for their dealings with China, Mr. Swalwell for his relationship with a Chinese spy named Christine Fang, and Mr. Biden for business deals made with enterprises connected to the Chinese Communist Party. Both also benefit from a U.S. press corps uninterested in getting to the bottom of their stories.

When the New York Post published emails in October raising doubts about Joe Biden’s claims he’d never discussed his son’s business dealings, many dismissed the story as “Russian disinformation”—and some suppressed it. As for Mr. Swalwell’s China connection, the New York Times still refuses even to mention it.



But it isn’t just the Biden and Swalwell stories the press is missing. Their cases are only a microcosm of what Secretary of State Mike Pompeo complains is an all-out Chinese Communist Party effort “to make Americans receptive to Beijing’s form of authoritarianism.” China does this on multiple fronts, often masquerading under the banner of “friendship” associations. But the agenda is always the same: to use whatever tools it has to mute opposition to China.


For the business sector, the pitch is simple: Come, there’s money to be made—so long as no one brings up human rights.

Consider Disney. In 1997, the company angered China by releasing “Kundun,” a positive film about the Dalai Lama. CEO Michael Eisner called the film a “stupid mistake” and vowed that Disney would “prevent this sort of thing” going forward. When Robert Iger took over, he made a priority of getting back in China’s good graces, and his achievements include Disney’s theme park in Shanghai in partnership with the government, through the state-owned Shendi Group. In addition, the studio filmed parts of this year’s live-action “Mulan” in Xinjiang province, home to Chinese concentration camps holding more than a million Muslim Uighurs.

Now Mr. Iger’s name is being floated as Joe Biden’s ambassador to Beijing.

In a September speech to state legislators, Mr. Pompeo cited Roger Roth, president of the Wisconsin Senate, as another Chinese target. Mr. Roth received an email from Wu Ting, wife of the Chinese consul general in Chicago, that asked him to “consider adopting a resolution expressing solidarity with the Chinese people in fighting the coronavirus.” She helpfully included a draft. He sent back a one-word response: “Nuts.”


Such actions help explain why Mr. Pompeo recently shut down five “cultural exchange” programs that allowed congressional staffers to travel to China on trips paid for by Beijing. Because in reality China isn’t interested in genuine exchange; it wants opportunities to develop relationships with these staffers and use them for China’s purposes.

Or take China’s theft of data and intellectual property, including research on Covid-19. This columnist, who worked in the George W. Bush White House, had his personal information stolen by China in a 2015 hack of the Office of Personnel Management. In July, FBI Director Christopher Wray said China has “pioneered an expansive approach to stealing innovation through a wide range of actors—including not just Chinese intelligence services but state-owned enterprises, ostensibly private companies, certain kinds of graduate students and researchers, and a whole variety of other actors working on their behalf.”

American campuses are a particularly soft target. In 2019 Columbia President Lee Bollinger presented himself as a champion of free speech in a Washington Post op-ed in which he declared, “No, I won’t start spying on my foreign-born students.” But he said nothing about Columbia’s Confucius Institute, an institution Mr. Pompeo calls “part of the Chinese Communist Party’s global influence and propaganda apparatus,” or reports that Columbia’s Global Center in Beijing has canceled talks that might upset Chinese officials. Or the likelihood that China is spying on Columbia’s Chinese students.

The is the missing backdrop to the Hunter Biden and Eric Swalwell cases. Mr. Swalwell isn’t accused of any wrongdoing, but does anyone believe he is the only U.S. politician (or staffer) compromised by a Chinese honey trap? As for Mr. Biden, even without criminal charges, shouldn’t a press corps so eager to report the false but salacious charges about Donald Trump at least consider the possibility that China may have incriminating evidence on the new president’s son?

Next July marks the 50th anniversary of Henry Kissinger’s secret trip to China. China has changed much since then, and so has its approach to America. Joe Biden might be tempted to think his son’s case and that of Mr. Swalwell will pass. But they won’t, because they are part of a much larger and more sinister China story to which Americans are only now waking up.

Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile

ccp

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 12939
    • View Profile
professor may be fired due to posting "chinese virus"
« Reply #33 on: December 31, 2020, 05:31:31 AM »
Possibly a  Chinese CCP spy at the campus turned him in

they got to be laughing at our stupidity



Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile
Nat. Pulse: Biden OMB Director
« Reply #35 on: January 03, 2021, 07:49:01 AM »
This is a source capable of exaggeration, but this particular article seems within bounds:

https://thenationalpulse.com/exclusive/biden-omb-director-think-tank/




Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile
Former Sen. Barbara Boxer
« Reply #39 on: January 13, 2021, 03:06:40 AM »
Apparently she was a registered foreign agent for a Chinese surveillance company until it came to light and the backlash caused her to back off.

ccp

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 12939
    • View Profile
barbara boxer
« Reply #40 on: January 13, 2021, 05:22:03 AM »
it is astonishing how the Chinese can so EASILY bribe so many of our politicians

the same ones who run around yelling and screaming Trump is a threat to out democracy!

and just to slap half the country the voted for Trump Eric swalwell is on an impeachment committee

yet Liz Cheney who mostly I have liked has to break up the republican party and vote to impeach

Same old crowd of insiders ......

G M

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 20711
    • View Profile
Re: barbara boxer
« Reply #41 on: January 13, 2021, 04:35:56 PM »
First rule of leftists behavior: If they are screaming about it, it means they are doing it.


it is astonishing how the Chinese can so EASILY bribe so many of our politicians

the same ones who run around yelling and screaming Trump is a threat to out democracy!

and just to slap half the country the voted for Trump Eric swalwell is on an impeachment committee

yet Liz Cheney who mostly I have liked has to break up the republican party and vote to impeach

Same old crowd of insiders ......

Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile


DougMacG

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 14830
    • View Profile
Re: Schweizer: McConnell & Chao
« Reply #44 on: January 19, 2021, 10:20:07 AM »
https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2021/01/17/schweizer-mitch-mcconnell-wife-elaine-chao-financially-tied-to-the-chinese-government/

Schweizer: Mitch McConnell, Wife Elaine Chao Financially Tied to the Chinese Government

[Of course the whole financial world is tied to the Chinese Government.]

Yes.  With her resignation from the cabinet with a minute left, his sabotage of the Georgia election, and his voiced support for impeachment, what role the wife had with the husband's decisions and vice versa.  Positioning for network jobs? But it turns out they are in bed together financially and that might be the driver.

I like to believe Republicans don't tolerate this kind of bs, act quickly to remove and distance it.  We'll see.

Hopefully they are on their way out anyway.



Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile
Re: Chinese penetration of America
« Reply #47 on: January 20, 2021, 01:55:32 PM »
Ummm , , , shouldn't it be "successors"?

G M

  • Power User
  • ***
  • Posts: 20711
    • View Profile
Re: Chinese penetration of America
« Reply #48 on: January 20, 2021, 02:42:19 PM »
Ummm , , , shouldn't it be "successors"?

Yes, thanks.


Running on very little sleep these days, for some reason.

Crafty_Dog

  • Administrator
  • Power User
  • *****
  • Posts: 56025
    • View Profile