RIP Philo

Is China the enemy of the USA or not? If she is, we should start

arresting all CEO who outsourced jobs and moved factories to China. We also need to arrest politicians who facilitated the treasonous acts.

It is time for the militia to arm and go after these traitors. I am ready!
Permalink Dr. Pepper 
October 10th, 2018 1:01pm
I heard that Hubble is also pro China. Citizen arrest him!
Permalink Dr. Pepper 
October 10th, 2018 1:02pm
Arresting people for breaking a law retrospectively is a really bad idea.

One you establish that as a precedent then NO-ONE is safe.
Permalink Armchair Lawyer 
October 10th, 2018 1:03pm
OK, we make future law instead. Let declare China enemy and give CEOs 1 year to pull out of China. Then we can citizen arrest anyone who violates this law. Declare national emergency and let the militia handle the traitors.
Permalink Dr. Pepper 
October 10th, 2018 1:11pm
WASHINGTON — A Chinese intelligence official was arrested in Belgium and brought to the United States to face espionage charges, Justice Department officials said on Wednesday, in a dramatic escalation of the Trump administration’s effort to crack down on Chinese spying.

The extradition on Tuesday of the officer, Yanjun Xu, a deputy division director in a regional office of China’s Ministry of State Security, was the first time that a Chinese intelligence official was brought to the United States to be prosecuted. He tried to steal trade secrets from GE Aviation, according to law enforcement officials.

“This unprecedented extradition of a Chinese intelligence officer exposes the Chinese government’s direct oversight of economic espionage against the United States,” William Priestap, the F.B.I.’s assistant director for counterintelligence, said in a statement.

American law enforcement officials view Chinese espionage as one of their top concerns. China has for years used spycraft and cyberattacks to steal valuable corporate, academic and military information that it can use to bolster its growing economic power and political influence.
Permalink Dr. Pepper 
October 10th, 2018 4:06pm
Justice Department officials said they waited until Mr. Xu was extradited to unseal charges of committing economic espionage against the United States and attempting to steal corporate trade secrets from American aviation companies. His transfer will allow prosecutors to try him in federal court in Cincinnati, where he made an initial appearance on Wednesday.

The Justice Department is pursuing other thefts of trade secrets for prosecution, said John C. Demers, the head of the Justice Department’s National Security Division. Together, he said, they show that China has a policy of developing its economy “at America’s expense.”

“This case is not an isolated incident,” Mr. Demers said. “It is part of an overall economic policy of developing China at American expense. We cannot tolerate a nation’s stealing our firepower and the fruits of our brainpower.”
Permalink Dr. Pepper 
October 10th, 2018 4:09pm

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