As more dirty details about communist China’s vast surveillance and prison state system continue to emerge, we’re now learning that a number of U.S.-based tech companies are actively colluding with the Red Dragon to help construct this Orwellian nightmare in which human rights cease to exist.
A bombshell document leak has revealed that Silicon Valley is “aiding and abetting” China’s multibillion-dollar surveillance apparatus, which includes a total electronic police state and even concentration camps where Uygher Muslim prisoners and others are being tortured and killed for their religious beliefs.
Among the names of those involved in perpetuating these horrors are Google and IBM, as well as Seagate Technology PLC, Western Digital Corp., and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., all of which “have nurtured, courted and profited from China’s surveillance industry, according to the leaked report.
“Several have been involved since the industry’s infancy,” this report goes on to reveal.
According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) investigation, nearly half of the 37 Chinese firms that were singled out back in November by the China Security and Protection Industry Association for their “outstanding contributions to the country’s surveillance industry” have “publicly disclosed financing, commercial or supply-chain relationships with U.S. technology companies.”
“Several,” this same report goes on to reveal, “had multiple connections.”
In other words, a slew of U.S.-based tech companies, including household names like Google, are selling technologies and other innovations to communist China for massive profits. And these technologies and innovations are being used to enslave the Chinese people – and eventually Americans, if it isn’t stopped.
In case you’re unaware, China’s surveillance industry is a more than $10 billion endeavor, meaning there’s a whole lot of cash to be made by companies that partner up with it. Even though communist Chinese “values” stand in stark contrast to those of our own country and its Constitution, Silicon Valley has decided to put profits over integrity once again, and is possibly engaged in treason in the process.
“Hikvision, China’s largest surveillance systems maker, has bought technology from U.S. firms directly and through third parties,” the WSJ report goes on to explain.
“Hikvision was placed on the U.S. entity list in October, limiting some of the technology it can buy from the U.S. American companies said they comply with the law and export rules, and declined to comment on whether sales continue.”
As one prominent example, Hewlett Packard Enterprises currently owns 49 percent of New H3C Technologies Co. Ltd, a Chinese corporation that’s well-known for providing internet control systems to Chinese security companies – meaning Hewlett Packard is helping communist China spy on the internet activities of its residents.
“According to company marketing materials, one end customer for its switches is Aksu, a Xinjiang city that conducts broad surveillance of residents in public spaces,” the WSJ report warns. “Satellite images suggest the city is home to multiple internment camps.”
Hikvision, which is owned by the communist Chinese government, also buys programmable chips from a company known as Xilinx Inc. that’s based out of San Jose, California.
When questioned about its partnership with communist China, Xilinx stated that it doesn’t control how its customers use its products, but that it takes human rights allegations like this “seriously.”
These are just two examples among many of American-based companies that are selling high-tech computer systems to communist China, which communist China is using to surveil the public and imprison those who deviate from its societal rules.
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