China electronic spying threat

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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis and Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe met last week in Beijing. The delegation traveling on the E-4B plane with Mr. Mattis had to take extraordinary security precautions. (Associated Press) Photo by: Mark Schiefelbein

 

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis‘ recent visit to China highlighted the security dangers posed by sophisticated Chinese electronic spying in the capital of Beijing.

Security precautions for those traveling with the defense secretary were extremely tight during his June 26-28 visit.

To prevent Chinese spying through cellphones or laptop computers, the 10 journalists traveling aboard the secretary’s Air Force E-4B nuclear command plane, a militarized Boeing 747, were prohibited from bringing any electronic devices that were taken off the aircraft during the two-day visit back onto the plane. Anything that used wireless connectivity was deemed potentially vulnerable to Chinese hacking. Continue reading

Facebook shared user data with Chinese firm despite warnings by US intelligence

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The online social media company Facebook shares data about its users with a Chinese telecommunications company that has been flagged in United States government reports as a threat to security. The New York Times revealed on Tuesday that Facebook has been routinely giving access to the private data of its users to four Chinese companies since at least 2010. The paper said that the data-sharing agreement with Lenovo, Oppo, TCL, and Huawei Technologies, has its roots in 2007. That was the year when Facebook began an effort to entice cell phone hardware and software manufacturers to include Facebook-friendly apps and features in their products. As part of the agreement, Facebook gave cell phone manufacturers access to its users’ private data, including “religious and political leanings, work and education history and relationship status”, said the Times. Continue reading

Chinese bought division of IBM that manufactures computing servers for U.S. Navy Aegis cruisers

As the Clintons during their 90’s tenure allowed for supercomputers to be sold to China, they used them for nuclear weapons testing, they had knowingly compromised Americas entire nuclear deterrent edge.

In December of last year, the following was stated on Global Geopolitics:

(EDIT: Because of the apparent recent closure of the Softwar.net site, archived links viaWay Back Machinehave replaced the original. There are now no problems viewing the links.)

If you’re interested in seeing actual scanned official documents and what as transferred, please see Softwar.net for further specific details. These are official documents requested via the Freedom of Information Act. The site is now defunct as of 1-26-2013 but remains up for an unknown period of time.

Here are a few example articles:

atomic2.html – CHINESE ARMY GETS U.S. SUPER-COMPUTERS FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS

cpu235.html – Super Computers for Russian Nuclear weapons labs

gao128.html – GAO/T-NSIAD-97-128 Sales of super computers to Russia’s Nuclear Weapons Labs

redsun.html – U.S. Super computers for Chinese Nuclear Weapons Labs

If people thought the ‘barbarians’ were at the gate just during Obama or Bush’s tenure, they couldn’t be more dead wrong and haven’t payed attention one bit. They also weren’t at the gate, but within. Thanks to the Clinton administration, the Chinese military is now on par with America’s and within the next ten years will be superior, also thanks in part to the decimation of the U.S. Military from within via purging of senior officers and budget cuts that are happening now.

Although it’s another story, the Clintons are also largely responsible for the financial crisis of 2008 due to repealing the Glass-Steagall Act in 1999.

What the Clintons did years ago is now coming to fruition. Still, there will always be the oblivious bunch who never saw it coming and couldn’t imagine how it all happened.

America is in both free fall and grave danger.

Thanks to this we now have a dangerous China doing as it pleases and is both politically and economically pushing the United States slowly out of Asia. Militarily pushing America out of Asia can’t be too far behind as they arguably now possess the ability to keep any invader out of their backyard thanks to thousands of missiles stockpiled, satellite killers and aircraft carrier killers, to name a few.

Now fast forward to 2015 and the entire U.S. Navy compromised in one sale.

If people do not understand what is going on now, they will when it’s too late. That’s the tragedy.

…and if you didn’t know already, as mentioned in the article, Forbes is owned by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). When you read it, you are likely being fed the party line.

 

(NaturalNews) IBM’s decision to sell one of its manufacturing divisions to a Chinese firm could not only damage U.S. national security; it will also cost taxpayers plenty of money.

The American technology giant recently inked a deal with Chinese computer maker Lenovo involving IBM’s division that manufactures servers for the U.S. Navy’s upgraded Aegis Combat System, one of the most formidable nautical offensive and defensive systems on the planet.

According to USNI News (U.S. Naval Institute), the $2.1 billion sale was closed in October, making Lenovo the number three server manufacturer in the world.

That’s just business, right? Continue reading