Misinformation published on the Internet claiming that wireless infrastructure is harmful to human health and helps spread the new coronavirus has been absorbed by violent extremists. People who believe in this theory all over the world are conspiring to destroy the legitimacy and operation plan of 5g facilities. Some of them have been advocating to set fire and Physical destruction.
Following the release of the intelligence report by the Department of homeland security, the FBI, the Department of Homeland Security and the National Counterterrorism Center released a joint intelligence announcement on Thursday. Both documents were sent to senior federal officials and law enforcement agencies across the United States.
A variety of 5g related theories have been around for many years, but most of them have been marginalized, Eileen culoty, a researcher at Dublin City University who specializes in false information, said in an interview with ABC last month For many, the sudden outbreak of the new coronavirus requires an equally dramatic explanation. This is the most fascinating part of conspiracy theory - simplifying complex affairs and various coincidences into a single narrative, and targeting someone or something as the target of condemnation.
Intelligence analysts point out that the 5g conspiracy theory, unlike the general conspiracy theory, has attracted people in various political and ideological fields.
Were seeing more and more people spread this kind of conspiracy theory, and its also disturbing that more and more Americans seem to believe it, said John Cohen, a former ABC news writer who was Acting Deputy Secretary of homeland security. In some cases, those who believe in conspiracy theory will commit destructive violence. Its very dangerous.
US President trump said in a speech on the US 5g deployment strategy on the 12th local time in the White House: the 5g competition is a competition that the US must win This is a race we are sure to win. The speech is believed to be the clarion call of the US high-tech industry competition with 5g as the core.
Since taking office, trump has been using trade wars and other means to maintain the American priority of traditional industries such as steel, automobile, etc. This time, Trump came out to announce that the United States must obtain the dominant power of the global 5g competition, and frankly declared that to ensure that 5g network is not controlled by the enemy, which made the world worry that in order to maintain the hegemony of the United States in the future, it is likely to use various means such as politics, trade, law and even military, and also carry out aggressive policies in 5g and other high-tech fields.
Previously, the United States had asked its allies to refuse to use 5g devices of Chinese companies such as Huawei, but found it increasingly difficult to persuade other countries. Fang Xingdong, a Chinese Internet researcher, said in an interview with the media on the 14th that the world has now formed a highly collaborative and mutually infiltrating ecosystem in high-tech industrial chains and supply chains such as communications. Highlighting the U.S. priority in the 5g field and boosting it with political forces can only distort the normal fair competition environment of the market and disrupt the healthy and orderly development process. If the force is too strong, it is likely to be the main cause of further differentiation, or even division of the global Internet. Can America really win the 5g competition? For Trumps slogan America must win, Fortune magazine has a question mark. Trumps 5g plan does more harm than good, the New York Times quoted FCC Democratic Party member Rosen Wasser as saying. She said on twitter that the trump government imposed high tariffs on 5g equipment, alienated allies in 5g security, and lagged behind other countries in the key if frequency band, trumps plan is not a feasible plan.. Source: responsible editor of observer network: Chen Hequn, nb12679
Can America really win the 5g competition? For Trumps slogan America must win, Fortune magazine has a question mark. Trumps 5g plan does more harm than good, the New York Times quoted FCC Democratic Party member Rosen Wasser as saying. She said on twitter that the trump government imposed high tariffs on 5g equipment, alienated allies in 5g security, and lagged behind other countries in the key if frequency band, trumps plan is not a feasible plan..