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Chinese would still be living in the stone age without all their technology theft from the USA

A Mr. Zhang Hui has been charged in the theft of Aviation secrets from American companies. He is a MSS (minister) of China and a professional technology thief.

“Wha? China no can fly? China have to fry! China Airlines, Military Jet, of Course we have to take the secrets. No Fry, No China!” screamed a belligerent Zhang.

When asked why China didn’t invent like the United States Zhang replied “Oh We invent, you just wait. We invent big time. We invent so much whole world buy planes from China!”

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China Just Smart White Man, said Zhang

Thousands of Chinese workers in the USA are actually spies stealing buckets of tech secrets every day and squirreling them back to China. Without all this Chinese tech theft the country would be in the stone age.

The H-1B Visa, which has brought in over FOUR MILLION foreign tech workers with fake degrees and fake resumes, has thrown millions of our native technology workers into the streets. But an even darker side than the tech genocide exists – these millions of Chinese steal everything that isn’t bolted down and try to bring it back to China.

With a SD card the size of a postage stamp able to store a TERABYTE of information, times are dangerous indeed. A whole companies lifetime of invention can be put into one of these and hidden in the lining of a suitcase. Dozens of cases of Chinese trying to run off and start chip fabrication companies with stolen USA technology abound. Will Trump Act? Will we end or reduce the H-1B genocide visa? NOPE!

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Chinese Intelligence Officer Charged with Economic Espionage Involving Theft of Trade Secrets from Leading U.S. Aviation Companies

A Chinese Ministry of State Security (MSS) operative, Yanjun Xu, aka Qu Hui, aka Zhang Hui, has been arrested and charged with conspiring and attempting to commit economic espionage and steal trade secrets from multiple U.S. aviation and aerospace companies.  Xu was extradited to the United States yesterday.

 

The charges were announced today by Assistant Attorney General for National Security John C. Demers, U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Ohio Benjamin C. Glassman, Assistant Director Bill Priestap of the FBI’s Counterintelligence Division, and Special Agent in Charge Angela L. Byers of the FBI’s Cincinnati Division.

 

“This indictment alleges that a Chinese intelligence officer sought to steal trade secrets and other sensitive information from an American company that leads the way in aerospace,” said Assistant Attorney General Demers.  “This case is not an isolated incident.  It is part of an overall economic policy of developing China at American expense.  We cannot tolerate a nation’s stealing our firepower and the fruits of our brainpower.  We will not tolerate a nation that reaps what it does not sow.”

 

“Innovation in aviation has been a hallmark of life and industry in the United States since the Wright brothers first designed gliders in Dayton more than a century ago,” said U.S. Attorney Glassman.  “U.S. aerospace companies invest decades of time and billions of dollars in research.  This is the American way.  In contrast, according to the indictment, a Chinese intelligence officer tried to acquire that same, hard-earned innovation through theft.  This case shows that federal law enforcement authorities can not only detect and disrupt such espionage, but can also catch its perpetrators.  The defendant will now face trial in federal court in Cincinnati.”

“This unprecedented extradition of a Chinese intelligence officer exposes the Chinese government’s direct oversight of economic espionage against the United States,” said Assistant Director Priestap.