The US points its finger at 19 Chinese companies as companies controlled by the military

19 Chinese companies as companies controlled by the military

Huawei seems to be adding supporters to its cause against the US; And it is that Trump’s persecution mania has only started again by pointing his inquisitive finger at 19 Chinese companies, affirming that they are controlled by the Chinese army.

The truth is that after Huawei, all this type of news seems to be taken as a bit of laughter, being attributed more, to the mania that the president with a blond toupee, has to everything that bears the Chinese signature, which to reliable data from the Pentagon.

On this occasion, the Department of Defense was in charge of making the list of these companies public; Trump appears to be too busy hoarding anti-Covid medication everywhere. Meanwhile, he has left the henhouse well cared for by the Pentagon, which after announcing the names of these companies; has commissioned its spokesperson to say that this list is a very useful tool for the country’s political and economic sectors

The 19 companies include manufacturers of video surveillance systems, such as Hikvision, the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, Panda Electronics Group, or the China National Nuclear Corporation. Suspicions are therefore extended to all types of sectors, beyond telecommunications.

According to inquiries made by the American government, Chinese companies are obliged to comply with the laws that include the provision of espionage services to their government. For the moment, clear evidence in this regard has not been given, stating that there is an ” overwhelming weight of evidence .”

Therefore, a new chapter is written in the Chinese-American confrontation, in what at the moment only seems like “I accuse without any arguments and you defend yourself if you want to stay afloat.”

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In the case of the United States, it is more than evident that the burden of proof does not seem to fall, as is usual, on the accused.