The sell-out to the Chicoms continues

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The Commerce Department has approved the sale of sensitive technology to the Chinese government. Bush started this. Nice.

"The U.S. continues to send to China an array of semiconductors, aerospace components, artificial-intelligence technology and other items that could be used to advance Beijing’s military interests."

 

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The Chinese are buying access to many parts of this country.

"Chinese companies closely aligned with Beijing are directly influencing operations in the United States. They are buying up land, influencing news and media networks, and shaping the narratives on college campuses."

 

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The Biden Administration is at it again. They desperately want Chinese companies to remained listed on US stock exchanges. We are bending audit rules to make it happen. The Chicoms demanded that the US Public Company Accounting Oversight Board review work papers in Hong Kong of 160 chinese companies in 3 months. We have agreed to this protocol, but the Chinese haven't yet, citing national security concerns.

We are that stupid.

 
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The sellout is not just here in the US. It is worldwide- the Solomon Islands have just sold out to the Chicoms. They have signed an "exclusive" development deal for the Chicoms to develop a port at Guadalcanal. If you may remember, this country lost about 8,000 marines in fighting the expansion of the Japanese empire on Guadalcanal. The Canal, as it was called, straddles a key shipping route between the US and Australia. Maintaining access to this supply lane is as vital to our our National Security now as it was then.

 

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The sellout is not just here in the US. It is worldwide- the Solomon Islands have just sold out to the Chicoms. They have signed an "exclusive" development deal for the Chicoms to develop a port at Guadalcanal. If you may remember, this country lost about 8,000 marines in fighting the expansion of the Japanese empire on Guadalcanal. The Canal, as it was called, straddles a key shipping route between the US and Australia. Maintaining access to this supply lane is as vital to our our National Security now as it was then.

But what does this have to do with Chicago Telecommunications?
 
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Can we change the name of this forum from "Off Topic Posts" to "Gallipoli Posts Daily Articles from the Wall Street Journal"?
 
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