Huawei the Breakdown Diagram -GOP China Connection

Why is Huawei doing business in America?  They were working with Saddam Hussein and the Taliban and still American politicians have encouraged this company to come here and rape, steal and pillage American corporations and the government. Some say that America is not a world leader but we could show leadership if we kick these companies that work with our enemies out of America. That’s my 2 cents here are some facts:

Huawei, founded by a former officer of the People’s Liberation Army in 1988 with $1,000. today the largest telecom in the world.

Company Activities

1989 –1993 – supplied C-801 and C-802 anti-ship cruise missiles to Iran

1992 – according to United States intelligence, it shipped M-11 missiles to Pakistan

1993 – It was sanctioned by the United States in August 1993 for missile proliferation

2001, Huawei was exposed as one of the Communist Chinese firms building an Iraqi fiber-optic network that would have enabled Saddam Hussein to integrate his air-defense system,”

2007 -OCT 12 WSJ-give aid to terrorist sponsoring regimes

by wooing business partners in the West where ‘marketing’ is all-important and actually keeping track of the technology and how it is manufactured becomes a secondary concern.

“The firm was also involved in building a telephone network for the Taliban in Afghanistan, while the terrorist group was sheltering and aiding Osama bin Laden.”

conflict both within the administration and among Republicans on the Hill

Links

concerns about the transaction on charges that Huawei has links to the Chinese military -November, U.S. Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fl.), ranking Republican on the House Foreign Affairs Committee, called for a halt to the deal. Ros-Lehtinen and Rep. Thad McCotter (R-Mich.), chairman of the Republican Policy Committee, both raised concerns about the transaction on charges that Huawei has links to the Chinese military.

Chinese government

People’s Liberation Army in China

Chinese army and intelligence services

China’s Cyber Terrorism?

Sept. 28 2007Bain Capital Partners

3com

2010 – Hewlett Packard

3Com, which counts the U.S. Defense Department among its customers

2006, 3Com bought out Huawei’s stake

2003 launched the H3C joint venture as an effort to undercut networking giant Cisco

sept 28, 2007class-action lawsuits have been filed since Sept. 28, 2007 by 3Com shareholders

2003 – H3C corporation

3Com Corp. tried to allay concerns over a proposed sale of the company to Bain Capital Partners LLC and Huawei Technologies Co., a telecommunications company with close ties to the Chinese government, saying the Chinese company won’t have access to “sensitive” U.S. technology.  Read more: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB119212747978156237.html#ixzz1Zfzn7tdD

Sept 28 – buy most of 3Com for $2.2 billion, or $5.30 a share

Peter Navarro Author The Coming China Wars -Video

Computers

IBM

Digital Equipment Corporation

Hewlett Packard

Sun Microsystems

chips and processing technology

IBM

Lucent Technologies

Texas Instruments

high-speed Switches -Routers

IBM

Motorola

Qualcomm

AT&T

Lucent Technologies

Cisco

OCT 02, 2003 – ”As part of the agreement, Huawei has stopped selling the products at issue in Cisco’s lawsuit and will only offer for sale new modified products on a worldwide basis,”

Jan 24 2003 NYT – copied technology from Cisco systems (hardware and software)

Huawei started to copy Cisco technology after getting into a venture with rival 3COM

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