Media Exposure of Meng Wanzhou Incident: Organized and Preplanned Deliberate Suppression

 Media Exposure of Meng Wanzhou Incident: Organized and Preplanned Deliberate Suppression

[Global Times] What I want to say is that when so many things happen, its amazing that the United States and Canada still boast of abiding by the rule of law and rules. In my opinion, this is no different from the modern version of Emperors New Clothes. In response to Canada and the United Statesjustification for the detention of Huawei executives, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying said on the 17th. The storm that attracted the attention of global public opinion has not yet seen any hope of calming down. With more media exposure of the insider of Huawei deliberately suppressed by the United States and some of its allies, the excuse of rule of law in the United States and Canada is becoming more and more ridiculous. Foreign media have said that this is more like imperialist hegemony. On the same day, Hua Chunying again urged Canada to correct its mistakes immediately and release Chinese citizens.

There are many worries in Canadian public opinion. According to CTV News, Canada has been involved in a dispute between the United States and China over the arrest of executives of Chinas telecommunications giants. Ian Lee, an associate professor of management at Sprott School of Business at Carlton University, said Canada would be the loser of the incident. In an interview, he said Huawei was the pearl on the crown of success for China, just like their Google, Microsoft and Apple, and the US and Canada just like China arrested Jobsdaughter or widow from Apple.

As the incident continues to ferment, more and more insiders about the United States allies suppressing Huawei have been exposed by the media. The Wall Street Journal disclosed that in July this year, the heads of intelligence agencies of the Five-Eye Alliance such as the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United Kingdom met in Canada, where they agreed that Huawei needed to be curbed. Shortly afterwards, in an unprecedented operation, the heads of these intelligence agencies began to talk openly about the risks associated with Chinese-made equipment, especially the risks posed to the next generation of 5G mobile networks.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, since the July meeting, the head of the intelligence agency has made a series of rare public speeches, working together to ban Huawei from participating in the 5G network. The article lists some representative time nodes: on August 23, Australia took the lead in banning Huawei and ZTE from participating in 5G network; on November 21, the White House accused China of increasingly frequent cyber attacks; on November 27, New Zealand banned Huawei from participating in 5G construction on the grounds of major cyber security risks; on December 1, Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou was arrested in Vancouver...

Obviously, this is an organized and deliberate suppression. Canada must argue against the rule of law, but it can only prove that it is in compliance with the rule of power of the United States. Huawei incident reveals the rules of engagement of superpower imperialism, the Guardian said. In 1807, the British Royal Navys Jaguar attacked and captured the American frigate Chesapeake in Virginia. Britain calls this a legitimate act because there are four British deserters on board the American ship... Since then, the United States has followed the example of the British script. As its strength grows, the United States also expands its national power overseas. The arrest of Huawei executives by the United States shows that Washingtons attempt to exercise universal jurisdiction is outdated, repugnant and increasingly unfeasible.

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