China is our friend, most favored nation, they said.
In what could end up being the worse security breach in human history, China has infiltrated 90 percent of the world’s PCs.
Any U.S. corporation that used offshoring and outsource for manufacturing in China likely has a hardware back door in it. China makes a whopping 75% of the world’s mobile phones and 90% of its PCs.
Very tiny microchips were inserted by manufacturing subcontractors in China that were not part of the boards’ original design. The chips had been inserted during the manufacturing process by operatives from a unit of the People’s Liberation Army. The chips allowed the Chinese government to create a stealth doorway into any network that included the altered machines.
These chips ended up in Department of Defense data centers, the CIA’s drone operations, and the on-board networks of Navy warships, smartphones, PCs, basically everything.
The Chinese government has engaged in the most significant supply chain attack in human history.
Who is to blame? All the big tech companies here in the U.S. that fired American workers and opened up manufacturing plants in China. Apple, Google, Microsoft, you name it. All are to blame for the pursuit of greed at any cost.
It never seemed right to many Americans that a communist country that is the anti-thesis of a freedom loving United States, would be deemed as Most Favored Nation (MFN) by Clinton and Bush. China’s Most Favored Nation status was made permanent on December 27, 2001. All of us who were against China’s MFN status have finally been vindicated. We have been proven right all along.
Trend forecast: The sickening report from Bloomberg should forever change our relationship with China. U.S. corporations like Apple, Google, and Microsoft should immediately cease and desist with manufacturing operations inside China. Never again should a communist country be allowed into the WTO. The probability just went up that if China is not kicked out of the WTO, the U.S. will leave this globalist organization immediately in the name of national security.