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Would the World be a better place if the US Empire ruled it without opposition?

Would the World be a better place if the US Empire ruled it without opposition?


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    Viral

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    How Huawei's leaked involvement in 5G network shows UK out of step with allies on dangers of China
    Leak has brought into focus why the issue of Huawei is not just a matter of protecting intelligence, but part of the geopolitics of dealing with China
     
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    Viral

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    Why does the UK need pressure from the US for the UK's best interest, safety and security?
    Sounds like the British government is betraying its people (like Maduro in Venezuela ;)) and the US has the noble obligation to safe the Brits from their won government:cool:

    US to put pressure on UK government after leaked Huawei decision
    Britain faces lobbying after Chinese firm wins approval to supply 5G network
     
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    I wonder if Angela Merkel knows something others don't. Like the NSA listening on her cell phone minutes before her meeting with Obama:lol:
    Yeah, can't trust a Chinese gynecologist with your wife. Stick to your friends:cool:
    NSA tapped German Chancellery for decades,

    Here’s which leading countries have barred, and welcomed, Huawei’s 5G technology

    Germany
    Germany will not ban Huawei from participating in the country’s 5G networks, according to the country’s telecommunications regulator.
    Jochen Homann, president of regulator the Bundesnetzagentur, told the Financial Times in a recent interview that no equipment suppliers, including Huawei, “should, or may, be specifically excluded,” adding that he has yet to see evidence that the company poses a security risk.
    Homann said Huawei could participate in the 5G rollout if it complies with all the security requirements.
    Media reports in February suggested that German Chancellor Angela Merkel was seeking a deal with China not to spy on each other. The idea was backed by Huawei’s founder Ren Zhengfei in an interview with CNBC.
    “We endorse unified global standards that make installing backdoors a crime ... we want to sign such an agreement because we think it’s the right thing to do,” Ren said of the potential “no-spy” deal.
     
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    joseph_lubnan

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    Ask Alexa sucker.
    She's listening to you all day long while enjoying bossing her around euphorically:lol:
    no I want you to tell me so I do not have to accuse you unfairly that you have no idea what you are talking about :)
     
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    proIsrael-nonIsraeli

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    Actually I have a better story for you. The Russians own a secret cyber weapon using viral Nanotechnology inside their oil and gas exports. So your gas tank for example becomes contaminated with molecular Nano-bugs capable of spreading outside the tank and transmitting frequencies from 10Hz up to ultra high frequency 10Hz to the 19th power (audio through light spectrum) without the need for physical super-heterodyne for frequency modulation or a processor to digitize it. For the average person, this is like a religious miracle when saints appear, talk to you and disappear.

    It is extremely important that this story remains a conspiracy theory in order for the masses not to freak out.

    Wait until the DNC finds out how the Russians got Trump elected.:lol:
    You promised better story and instead you are trying to dazzle me with BS.
     
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    Viral

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    You promised better story and instead you are trying to dazzle me with BS.
    I told you this story must remain a conspiracy theory for the best interest of the masses. So please don't pressure me to convince you more.


    Let's talk about the printed articles I posted above. They are western media articles. Not from RT or Chinese propaganda.
    Germany will not ban Huawei from participating in the country’s 5G networks, according to the country’s telecommunications regulator.
    Jochen Homann, president of regulator the Bundesnetzagentur, told the Financial Times in a recent interview that no equipment suppliers, including Huawei, “should, or may, be specifically excluded,” adding that he has yet to see evidence that the company poses a security risk.
    Homann said Huawei could participate in the 5G rollout if it complies with all the security requirements.
    I'm not a smart person so forgive my poor judgment which tells me the US wants to bully the world into buying its inferior 5G technology at a higher cost using the good old bogyman tactics. I'm reminded of" Confessions of an economic hitman" and the traditional good old style of US embassies applying pressure/threats on oil producing nations to grant contracts to US oil companies regardless of competence or cost except with the 5G customers today, the US cannot bully the UK and Germany like it does Saudi Arabia and Venezuela. It is all about geo-economics but times are changing...

     
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    The criminal united states doesn't know how to rule
    the US is a leech and nothing but a leech​
     
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    Viral

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    Damn communist socialist Chinese. They are steeling our technology before we even invent it!:bored:


    Huawei’s first television could also be the world’s first 5G 8K TV
    Those fast network speeds would come in handy for downloading high-res content.



    Huawei is reportedly working on the first 5G 8K television and could unveil it as early as this year, according to Nikkei Asian Review. The Chinese tech giant, which makes its own 5G chips, would be a newcomer in the television space. Few companies, if any, have floated the idea of a 5G TV, but that kind of connectivity would allow users to quickly download VR and other data-heavy content and watch it on an equally high-res display.

    Engadget reached out to Huawei, but the company declined to comment. Despite being banned from selling most of its products in the US on national security grounds, Huawei remains popular in Europe and Asia. The company overtook Apple in 2017 as the world's second largest smartphone maker in terms of shipments, next to Samsung. As sales of Samsung phones and iPhones begin to slump, Huawei keeps growing. But Huawei's global success has run into some obstacles, largely thanks to US authorities. The Trump administration has threatened to reconsider intelligence sharing with allies if they use Huawei's 5G networking gear.
    While 8K television broadcasts are still rare, 4K televisions are quickly becoming standard, which means TV makers are looking toward the next big thing. The next PlayStation is expected to support 8K resolution. Samsung and Sony have both begun selling 8K televisions, despite 8K content still being relatively rare. Samsung recently released its Q900 8K television, which costs an eye-watering $70,000. Sony released an 8K TV this year will also set you back $70,000.
    While 8K may be too pricey for the average consumer, it's only a matter of time until that changes. As more households buy smart home appliances that run on 5G, a connected smart television becomes a useful hub. As VentureBeat notes, the Huawei 5G TV could serve as a router for other devices as well.
     
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