12 December 2018

The U.S. industrial terrorists?

There's been a lot of noise with regards to the communications side of the information technology world basically started by the administration of the United States focusing on consumer electronics coming out of China, in particular by Huawei.

The administration of the U.S. told people* of this planet not to use Huawei's routers.

What's all the racket really about?

Let's put aside the fact that Huawei refuses to patch their routers to communicate via the so called secure protocol https, instead of http, as mandated a few years back.

Colonialists are all about control, whether it be on a local or global scale, it's all about control, where this policy is adhered to by the administration of the colony labelled as the "land of the free".

In 2013, the Fairfax publication wrote an article on Huawei of the title 'it's the biggest company that no one has ever heard of'.

In 2015, uSens Inc also wrote on Huawei being 'The Biggest Smartphone Company You Never Heard Of'.

The electronics and telecommunications company was founded in Shenzhen in 1987, where it started out with a total of 20 employees in Australia in 2004.

Today it has customers in over 170 countries, where its technology serves more than a third of the population of the planet

Huawei has knocked off Apple from its perch in terms of smartphone sales.

On the 'global stage' Huawei is a threat to the dominance by U.S corporations, like Apple and Google, based products.

The apparent (now fashionable) excuse used against Huawei is 'security' in that Huawei's products 'could' be used for spying?

Did we forget how Apple was exposed for spying on 'you'?

Did we somehow become desensitised to the fact that Google is one of the planets largest spying corporations? 

Let's take a looks at an excerpt from an article by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation;

focusing on the sentence contain the words: 

"Ms. Meng is facing extradition to the US on suspicion she violated US sanctions against Iran."

The U.S. initiated sanctions against Iran, meaning limiting business (in the form of commerce / trade, scientific and military) with Iran.

Meng Wanzhou was born in Beijing, China and therefore a Chinese National.

To the best of our knowledge China has not signed an agreement following in the footsteps of the U.S in terms of sanctioning Iran, therefore Ms. Meng has no case to answer for.

It seems that it's an act of terrorism by the administration of the US.

* Note: to be more accurate the US administration does not want Huawei hardware to be used by people in government, for the fear that the hardware 'could' be used for spying where there is zero regards for the serf population being spied on. 

See also the 'war' on chips as described by the publication, The Economist:

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