China’s Huawei Stealing U.S. Trade Secrets

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A pedestrian walks past a Huawei Technologies Co. store on January 29 in Beijing, China. (Getty Images)

 

This troubling trend fulfills a specific Bible prophecy.

The United States Justice Department unveiled a list of criminal charges against the Chinese telecom company Huawei last month in the latest acknowledgment of China’s systematic theft of American intellectual property and trade secrets.

Most of the charges were related to Huawei stealing intellectual property from T-Mobile, including the firm’s proprietary phone testing technology. Court documents say Hauwei promised hefty bonuses to any employee who was able to gather confidential information on T-Mobile, encouraging them to send photos and spec sheets to Chinese officials. One Hauwei employee was caught stealing a proprietary robotic arm.

Huawei has used similarly unscrupulous tactics to obtain proprietary secrets on products made by Apple, Cisco, Motorola and Akhan Semiconductor. And Huawei is far from the only Chinese entity engaged in this practice. For more than a decade, theft of American commercial technology and intellectual property has been a pillar of China’s economic growth. In addition to the Huawei case, the Chinese have been caught stealing secrets regarding dram chips, jet engines, wind turbine technology, biopharmaceutical products and much more. And even when China’s operatives are caught and penalized, the nation’s leadership is undeterred.

John Bennett of the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s San Francisco office told the L.A. Times that Chinese leaders “don’t care if they get caught or if people go to jail,” adding that, “[a]s long as it justifies their ends, they are not going to stop.”

Experts say that China’s intellectual property theft costs the U.S. between $225 billion and $600 billion each year.

A growing number of analysts are realizing how serious this ongoing assault is. But there is something far more significant about China’s theft of American intellectual property that few experts understand: It was foretold in Bible scriptures written some 2,500 years ago.

Deuteronomy 28 mentions some specific ways God promised He would bless Israel if it obeyed Him and specific ways He would punish it if it rejected Him. “Israel” here refers primarily to the U.S. and Britain, which is thoroughly explained in our free book The United States and Britain in Prophecy, by Herbert W. Armstrong. One of the specific curses, recorded in verse 33, says, “The fruit of your land, and all your labours, shall a nation which thou knowest not eat up ….”

This is a specific warning that describes what is now happening in the United States. Because of the nation’s rejection of God’s law and way of life, God is letting the fruits of U.S. labor be stolen and consumed by Chinese entities—just as this prophecy in Deuteronomy said would happen.

But Bible prophecy doesn’t end there. The same Bible that accurately foretold modern America having its “fruits” and “labors” devoured by an adversarial nation, also says this thievery will not be allowed to go on indefinitely.

Isaiah 65:21-23 discuss a time in the near future when Earth will no longer be under man’s rule, but instead will be under God’s righteous government. In this future age, people will enjoy the fruits of their labors. “And they shall build houses, and inhabit them; and they shall plant vineyards, and eat the fruit of them. They shall not build, and another inhabit; they shall not plant, and another eat …. They shall not labour in vain ….”

To understand more about China’s role in Bible prophecy and the age of peace and justice that is on the horizon, order a free copy of Mr. Flurry’s book Ezekiel: The End-Time Prophet.

Full article: China’s Huawei Stealing U.S. Trade Secrets (The Trumpet)

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