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Re: Nest Of Spies

by Blue Frost » January 15th, 2023, 11:09 am

I remember her, I wonder why she wasn't traded off when Obama opened up travel with Cuba, he released terrorist for other countries that came back, and killed more Americans.

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » January 14th, 2023, 4:29 pm

This Ava Mendes spied for Cuba for free. She sure must have played her part well to fool her way up so high. I didn’t think that this would be possible to fool the CIA to such a high level.

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » November 19th, 2022, 7:23 am

Chinese believe that China’s rightful place is as the world’s sole superpower and all other nations should be vassal states. Steven Harper wouldn’t have taken it up the bum like Justin Trudy did. Justin Trudeau looked so weak and unprofessional…. once again.

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Blue Frost » November 18th, 2022, 9:37 am

They don't need much with a leader like you guys have, and they have ours in their pocket also.
Trudy was getting chewed out the other day by his owner at the G20.

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » November 16th, 2022, 6:45 pm

Chinese have been at war with every country that they immigrated to ever since the first ones arrived. Here’s some new information along with some already posted on this thread. ... g.html?m=1

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » October 28th, 2022, 9:27 pm

Here JiaQi Jackie Bao is again. Of course she’s a honey trap spy.

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » October 28th, 2022, 6:40 pm

Now this JiaQi Jackie Bao is no doubt a honey trap trained to prostitute herself for the cause if needed to. Not too many guys are going to not want to play with her. Surely the cIA must consider the Biden’s compromised. ... fd7232ad57

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » July 9th, 2022, 11:54 am

Two homeland security agents were just caught working for China. Are they ramping up their espionage activities in preparation of a sneak attack ? ... -293090826

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » July 3rd, 2022, 7:38 pm

For your information though the fenqing monitoring this forum already know no doubt, Chinese are using apps including tik tok to spy on Americans and no doubt Canadians and other nationalities as well. ... hone-apps/

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » November 15th, 2021, 9:36 pm

This Xu is guilty. Chinese spying is overwhelming. I have confidence in the American experts that they can get Xu to reveal a lot. ... 07156.html

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Blue Frost » October 1st, 2021, 12:31 am

I have seen her before, and a blonde Putin uses a lot for those things, both really pretty woman, and smart also.

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » September 30th, 2021, 7:49 pm

The world could use a lot more special agents like Daria Boyarskaya. Vladimir Putin brought her to the G 20 to distract Donald Trump. She would certainly distract me. ... act-trump/


Russian President Vladimir Putin brought an attractive female translator to a meeting with Donald Trump at the G20 Summit in Osaka in 2019 as a way to distract his American counterpart, a former White House aide has claimed.
In her not-yet-published memoirs, Stephanie Grisham claims that Fiona Hill, former Senior Director for Europe and Russia of the National Security Council, observed Putin’s subtle attempt to throw Trump off guard.

“As the meeting began, Fiona Hill leaned over and asked me if I had noticed Putin’s translator, who was a very attractive brunette woman with long hair, a pretty face, and a wonderful figure,” Grisham writes, according to an excerpt published in The New York Times. “She proceeded to tell me that she suspected the woman had been selected by Putin specifically to distract our president.”

Russian media later identified the translator at that meeting as Foreign Ministry's Daria Boyarskaya. Her photos have been published by many outlets worldwide after the publication of the bizarre theory.

Trump’s relationship with Putin was the subject of hysteria throughout the former US president’s term as leader, especially as American intelligence agencies concluded that Moscow had launched a campaign to help Trump win the 2016 election.

Osaka played host to one of just a handful of meetings between the two leaders. At the summit, the two leaders joked about election meddling and fake news, with Trump suggesting that they should “get rid” of journalists.

In her book, Grisham also claimed that Trump told Putin that he would have to “act a little tougher” in front of the cameras, while being more cordial behind the scenes.

The spectre of ‘Russian meddling’ in the 2016 US presidential election became an article of faith for many in the US, especially activists and journalists who supported losing candidate Hillary Clinton.

It all began with staffers from the Democratic National Committee (DNC) claiming in June 2016 that Russia hacked its computers, after documents were published revealing the party’s rigging of its primaries. This was followed by Clinton accusing Trump, of “colluding” with Russia by asking Moscow for her emails – ones she deleted from a private server she used to conduct State Department business.

With a little help from the mainstream media, which overwhelmingly endorsed Clinton and predicted her victory, the efforts to cover up the email scandal turned into Russia “hacking our democracy,” eventually spawning the ‘Russiagate’ investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller and a series of failed attempts to derail Trump’s election and oust him from the White House.

The report ultimately did not find sufficient evidence that the Trump campaign "coordinated or conspired with the Russian government in its election-interference activities."

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Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » April 27th, 2021, 12:14 am

Five hundred spies suspected of working for China. I believe that every Chinese scientist has been approached to spy for China. ... ve-tribune

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » May 28th, 2020, 2:51 pm

Every ethnic Chinese working in a police force, customs, immigration or any position that would be of use to the triads or Chinese espionage needs to be thoroughly investigated. It appears that many non Chinese are also approached by Chinese to work for them as well. ... t.html?m=1

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » November 27th, 2019, 11:41 pm

None of this came as a big surprise to me. No doubt they are operating in Canada in the same way. In the USA however it’s not nearly as easy fortunately because of the USA goes down the whole world will be a horrible place.

Re: Nest Of Spies

by Blue Frost » November 18th, 2019, 10:59 pm

I like how the people in Hong Kong caught the fake Chinese police, and infiltrators in their mist.
i feel bad for the Chinese guy that was acting like a cop because he's just following orders, but don't blame the people of Hong Kong for about beating him to death.

Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » November 15th, 2019, 12:53 pm

I was asked when I was in China and I have reasons to believe that this is very common. ... ynMwls&m=1

Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » July 4th, 2019, 4:52 pm

No doubt Shi and many of his coconspirators are “fan Qing fu Ming” sworn tong members while they enjoy not having to live under China’s rule. I expect some loyalty to the country that lets an immigrant in. ... -to-china/

Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » January 15th, 2019, 9:04 pm

The USA warned Canada not to allow Huawei in as it's so obviously Chinese espionage but Justin Trudeau ever the sleazy rebel allowed them in and they will be doing whatever they can get away with espionagewise. No doubt they donated millions of dollars to the Trudeau Foundation.

Huawei sales directoPoland has arrested a sales director for Chinese telecoms giant Huawei over allegations of working with Beijing’s intelligence services. Huawei is facing increased spying accusations from the US and its allies.

Along with the Chinese national, whose name has been reported as Weijinga W., the Polish counterintelligence service, the Internal Security Agency (ABW), arrested Polish national Piotr D., the ABW’s own former employee, Polish broadcaster TVP reports. Both are accused of espionage.

A Huawei spokesman has said the company is aware of the arrest, but has made no further comment.

Spying, and working in concert with the Chinese government, are the two chief allegations several Western nations are leveling against Huawei, which recently overtook Apple as the world’s second-largest smartphone manufacturer.

Following US lead? Gavin Williamson expresses ‘deep concerns’ about Huawei assisting on 5G network Following US lead? Gavin Williamson expresses ‘deep concerns’ about Huawei assisting on 5G network

The US has been cracking down on Huawei products, accusing the company of building backdoors for spying into its phones. Along with most of its allies in the “Five Eyes” group – Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the UK – it has barred Huawei from assisting in building 5G networks.

The US-Huawei spat was kicked up a notch with the December arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou in Canada. Meng is fighting extradition to the US, where she is wanted on charges of violating sanctions against Iran.

The escalation comes amid an unresolved trade war between Washington and Beijing, and US President Donald Trump has been clear that he is ready to use Meng as a bargaining chip to secure a better deal.

Poland is one of the most devout US allies in Europe. While at odds with Washington’s other European friends over migration, judicial reforms and other issues, Warsaw is constantly seeking to reinforce its ties with the US itself. It has agreed to house a US missile defense installation, and is now reportedly mulling housing
r arrested in Poland over spying allegations ... st-spying/

Nest Of Spies

by Gary Oak » January 3rd, 2019, 6:08 pm

Justin Trudeau's selling Canada out to China by allowing Huawei to control Canada's 5-G networks is unforgiveable.

How arrest of Chinese ‘princess’ exposes regime’s world domination plot

Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou’s arrest in Vancouver on Dec. 6 led to immediate blowback.

Furious Chinese Communists have begun arresting innocent Canadians in retaliation. So far, three of these “revenge hostages” have been taken and are being held in secret jails on vague charges. Beijing hints that the hostage count may grow if Meng is not freed and fast.

Even for a thuggish regime like China’s, this kind of action is almost unprecedented.

So who is Meng Wanzhou?

Currently under house arrest and awaiting extradition to the US, she will face charges that her company violated US sanctions by doing business with Iran and committed bank fraud by disguising the payments it received in return.

But to say that she is the CFO of Huawei doesn’t begin to explain her importance — or China’s reaction.

It turns out that “Princess” Meng, as she is called, is Communist royalty. Her grandfather was a close comrade of Chairman Mao during the Chinese Civil War, who went on to become vice governor of China’s largest province.

She is also the daughter of Huawei’s founder and chairman, Ren Zhengfei. Daddy is grooming her to succeed him when he retires.

In other words, Meng is the heiress apparent of China’s largest and most advanced high-tech company, one which plays a key role in China’s grand strategy of global domination.

Huawei is a leader in 5G technology and, earlier this year, surpassed Apple to become the second-largest smartphone maker in the world behind Samsung.

But Huawei is much more than an innocent manufacturer of smartphones.

It is a spy agency of the Chinese Communist Party.

How do we know?

Because the party has repeatedly said so.

First in 2015 and then again in June 2017, the party declared that all Chinese companies must collaborate in gathering intelligence.

“All organizations and citizens,” reads Article 7 of China’s National Intelligence Law, “must support, assist with, and collaborate in national intelligence work, and guard the national intelligence work secrets they are privy to.”

All Chinese companies, whether they are private or owned by the state, are now part and parcel of the party’s massive overseas espionage campaign.

Huawei is a key part of this aggressive effort to spy on the rest of the world. The company’s smartphones, according to FBI Director Christopher Wray, can be used to “maliciously modify or steal information,” as well as “conduct undetected espionage.” Earlier this year the Pentagon banned the devices from all US military bases worldwide.

But Huawei, which has been specially designated as a “national champion,” has an even more important assignment from the Communist Party than simply listening in on phone conversations.

As a global leader in 5G technology, it has been tasked with installing 5G “fiber to the phone” networks in countries around the world.

In fact, “Made in China 2025” — the party’s aggressive plan to dominate the cutting-edge technologies of the 21st century — singles out Huawei as the key to achieving global 5G dominance.

Any network system installed by a company working hand-in-glove with China’s intelligence services raises the danger of not only cyber espionage, but also cyber-enabled technology theft.

And the danger doesn’t stop there.

The new superfast 5G networks, which are 100 times faster than 4G, will literally run the world of the future. Everything from smartphones to smart cities, from self-driving vehicles to, yes, even weapons systems, will be under their control.

In other words, whoever controls the 5G networks will control the world — or at least large parts of it.

Huawei has reportedly secured more than 25 commercial contracts for 5G, but has been locked out of an increasing number of countries around the world because of spying concerns.

The “Five Eyes” — Great Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Australia and the US — over the past year have waged a concerted campaign to block the Chinese tech giant from dominating next-generation wireless networks around the world. Not only have they largely kept Huawei out of their own countries, they have convinced other countries like Japan, India and Germany to go along, too.

Whoever controls the 5G networks will control the world — or at least large parts of it.

Yet Huawei is far from finished. The company has grown into a global brand over the past two decades because, as a “national champion,” it is constantly being fed and nourished by the party and the military with low-interest-rate loans, privileged access to a protected domestic market, and other preferential treatment.

These various state subsidies continue, giving Huawei a huge and unfair advantage over its free-market competitors.

Huawei stands in the same relationship to the Chinese Communist Party as German steelmaker Alfried Krupp did to Germany’s National Socialists in the days leading up to World War II.

Just as Germany’s leading supplier of armaments basically became an arm of the Nazi machine after war broke out, so is China’s leading high-tech company an essential element of the party’s cold war plan to dominate the world of the future.

As far as “Princess” Meng is concerned, I expect that she will be found guilty of committing bank fraud, ordered to pay a fine, and then released. Even a billion-dollar fine would be chump change for a $75 billion corporation like Huawei.

The real payoff of her arrest lies elsewhere. It has exposed the massive campaign of espionage that Huawei is carrying out around the world at the behest of the party. It has revealed how that party dreams of a new world order in which China, not America, is dominant.

The two Chinese characters that make up Huawei’s name literally mean, “To Serve China.” That’s clear enough, isn’t it?

Steven W. Mosher is president of the Population Research Institute and author of “Bully of Asia: Why China’s Dream Is the New Threat to World Order.” ... poses.html