Dr. Charles Lieber, the ex-head of Harvard’s chemistry and chemical biology department, was charged for aiding China by working at a lab in WUHAN. Supposedly unbeknownst to Harvard, he became a “strategic scientist” at WUHAN University of Technology (WUT) in 2011. WUT paid Lieber $50,000 per month, approximately $158,000 USD for living expenses, and awarded him more than $1.5 million to establish a research lab at WUT.
Call it Conspiracy!
“General Secretary Xi’s strategic concept of building China into a cyber superpower… is an ideological guide and follow-on action path to… the development of global Internet governance.”
The U.S. Election Assistance Commission released data this year indicating “there are 378 counties nationwide that have more voter registrations than citizens living there and old enough to vote, i.e., counties where registration rates exceed 100%.”
In 2005, foreign players were involved in nearly 20% of the fraud American consumers complained about.
In 2006, the Federal Trade Commission analyzed the Consumer Sentinel Network database and concluded that American’s lost about $219M to foreign companies for the year.
From 2006-2008 (as the FTC reported in 2009), it got more than 260,000 cross-border complaints, and responded to “38 requests from 14 foreign agencies in 6 countries resulting in several enforcement proceedings” (HR).
From Jan. 1, 2015 – Oct. 16, 2019, U.S. consumers filed more than 255,000 complaints against foreign businesses, resulting in a total loss greater than $410M.
“[T]he wireless industry has “war-gamed” science, as a Motorola internal memo in 1994 phrased it. War-gaming science involves … funding studies friendly to the industry while attacking studies that raise questions; placing industry-friendly experts on advisory bodies such as the World Health Organisation and seeking to discredit scientists whose views differ from the industry’s.”
“Champaign, Illinois mayor Deborah Frank Feinen signed an executive order giving herself the power to order the seizure of firearms, ammunition, alcohol and gasoline during the coronavirus pandemic. The executive order also enables the government to “take possession of private property” and cut off an individual’s access to gas, water or electricity.”
“[In 2019], manufacturing of intermediate or finished goods in China, as well as pharmaceutical source material, accounted for 95 percent of U.S. imports of ibuprofen, 91 percent of U.S. imports of hydrocortisone, 70 percent of U.S. imports of acetaminophen, 40 to 45 percent of U.S. imports of penicillin, and 40 percent of U.S. imports of heparin, according to the Commerce Department. In total, 80 percent of the U.S. supply of antibiotics are made in China…”
—Scott Gottlieb, physician and former FDA commissioner under Trump’s administration
“1. Medicines Can Be Used as a Strategic and Tactical Weapon Against the United States…
2. Dependence on China is a Risk to the U.S. Military, Combat Readiness, and Force Protection…
3. No one in the federal government is responsible for knowing who controls the U.S. supply of medicines…
4. Medicines should be treated as a strategic asset similar to oil and other energy supplies and agricultural commodities such as wheat and corn.”
— Rosemary Gibson,
Senior Advisor at the Hastings Center
“Representative Salem Salem pointed out that the American-Zionist assault on the popular crowd in Al-Qa’im is a declaration of war on Iraq, noting that the bombing is a scenario prepared by the United States for the entry of ISIS gangs to Iraq again, calling for changing the sources of armament and contracting with Russia to buy the S-400 system to confront the American attacks.”
“[T]he most expensive Hungarian infrastructure project in living memory actually follows the geopolitical aims of a powerful communist autocracy.”