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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs published a 40,000-word article titled “The Fallacy and Facts in the U.S. Cognition of China”, which once and for all revealed all the trump cards that the U.S. has deceived the world for for many years. Everyone must read it.

Huawei was almost destroyed by US sanctions.online pictures

Huawei founder Ren Zhengfei was included in the “entity list” by the United States in mid-May 2019, on the grounds that Huawei posed a “national security threat” to the United States, so he was banned from selling 5G technology to the United States, and Huawei was also not allowed to purchase chips from American companies. get semiconductors. In the past, Ren Zhengfei’s interviews with European and American media reporters all deliberately smeared Huawei’s image. Shortly after the U.S. announced the sanctions, Bloomberg anchor Tom Mackenzie told Ren Zhengfei: “Some people think that Huawei’s development achievements are due to theft of American technology, and Huawei is backed by the Chinese government.” Ren Zhengfei said: “You said I stole it. America’s technology tomorrow? America doesn’t have my technology yet, where can I steal it? America steals our technology. Welcome the hundred hands, and finally wait until today when the country strikes back.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out that the seventeenth fallacy of the United States towards China: “China uses the openness of the U.S. economy to engage in espionage, hacking, technology theft and other activities to promote its own military innovation, strengthen internal monitoring, and increase the dependence of other countries on its technology. America should root technology in democratic values.” America’s talisman is “democratic values,” and America does everything right. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs made a strong rebuttal, “The truth: China’s technological innovation and development depend on its own investment and efforts.” Then it cited figures: “China is a major global innovation country, and the scale and growth rate of innovation investment leads the world. According to statistics, in 2021, China will Social research and development investment reached 2,786.4 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 14.2%, and a total of 696,000 invention patents were authorized, a year-on-year increase of 31.3%. According to the 2021 Global Innovation Index (GII) Report of the World Intellectual Property Organization, China’s national innovation capability ranks from No. 35 rose to No. 12. China has 19 global top 100 technology clusters, ranking second in the world. The number of international patent applications submitted by Chinese applicants reached 69,500, ranking first in the world for three consecutive years.” Chinese Patent Invention So strong, why go to the United States to “steal”?

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History tells everyone that the United States is the thief of technology and privacy, and a habitual bandit. “After World War II, the United States searched for German patents on advanced aircraft, guided missile control and other technologies through the ‘paperclip’ operation, looted almost all German government departments, R&D institutions, and large enterprises, and forced German scientists to immigrate to the United States. In the 1990s The U.S. intelligence agency installed eavesdropping devices on the car of Japanese auto trade negotiators to gain internal intelligence and win the initiative in the negotiations.” However, Ren Shi’s actions were a bit bad, and the U.S. made good use of democracy to cover its own slaughter: “The U.S. side They advertise “freedom” and “openness”, but they often set up technical barriers, piece together the so-called “democratic science and technology alliance”, politicize and ideologicalize scientific and technological issues, and create a closed and exclusive “small circle”.” The United States has seriously violated the development of science and technology in developing countries right.

Counting down, the twenty-first fallacy, “The United States accuses China of perfecting mass surveillance and exporting related technologies to more than 80 countries.” The truth is that the world’s largest “matrix empire” is the United States.

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Biden is ready to target China to enhance U.S. competitiveness. (AP picture)

“In 2018, there were about 70 million cameras installed in the United States, about 4.6 people per unit. The United States accuses China of large-scale surveillance is a complete double standard.” In addition, the United States has implemented a secret electronic surveillance program – the Prism program, and the monitoring objects even include the United States Allies; U.S. intelligence agencies have been spying on the German Chancellor for nearly 10 years….

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Everyone clearly understands where the scientific and technological contradiction between China and the United States is, and the rest do not need to be detailed. We need to speed up our pace to compete with the United States. The reason is very simple. The United States is a thief and we cannot sanction because our strength is not strong enough. If China is at fault, this is the point. , so the medicine must be prescribed, and the rest will not be discussed.

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