I did roll my eyes at the arrest of the Huawei CEO for doing business with Iran. That arrest was simply a cheap move in a trade war. Meng Wanzhou was arrested because Huawei was accused of doing business with Iran when the US had Iran under sanctions. That was ridiculous.
One minute Obama wanted to sell Iran nuclear reactors giving them weapons grade uranium and the next minute Donald Trump pulls out of that agreement and charges anyone who does business with Iran. Despite the fact that as soon as the US pulled out of that Agreement, England stepped up to sell Iran reactors. So giving Iran nuclear weapons is OK but selling them cell phones is not? There is something wrong with that picture.
It's like sanctions on North Korea. The US has every right to put any country it wants under sanctions but they do not have the right to ban other countries from doing business with a country they have placed under sanctions. This reeked of a trade war.
Concerns were expressed that China would use the cell phone to monitor Canadians. No kidding. That's the choice Canadians make when using that service. We all know the NSA is monitoring us on the other networks. Despite my distain for the CIA, I still rather have them monitor me than the Chinese Communist Party but neither is good.
China's execution of political prisoners is a far greater concern then them selling Iran cell phones. The subsequent arrest of the two Michaels was a perfect example of how childish and petty the CCP is. Yet those aren't the only political prisoners in China we need to be concerned about.
Qian Sun is a Candain political prisoner in China who was arrested for simply being a member of the Falun Gong. Arresting her was outrageous. China's political prisoners should concern all of us. Especially when they are executed to sell their organs. That was one of the facades under the Global Reset. You won't have to wait for an organ transplant. That's because they are murdering political prisoners to order. They weren't making them with 3D printers.
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