Shock!!! Chinese spies can steal F-35 secrets from US President Barack Obama for HK $16,000

The Spy war between China and the Communist Party of China (CPC) has never been seen as a battlefield for infiltration. With the “thousand Talents Plan” and the US President Donald Trump‘s administration frequently solving crimes, foreign media recently revealed that the Chinese Communist Party’s Yan Yan spy and 1.95 million party members infiltrated global enterprises, which makes the espionage war more superficial. Reporter through the justice department for nearly four years DieAn arrested or accused of all the Chinese communist party, and tried to explain inductive nearly 10 years of the communist party of China spy why always such as taking such as carrying, found that more than sixty percent of cases – more than three years of crime, which is close to 7 as a spy was active at the time of Mr Obama’s latent already a long time, have a defence experts blame Democrats for the communist party of China with the United States is too tolerant.

It was surprisingly easy and cheap for the Chinese Communist Party to get hold of classified U.S. documents: $2,000 (ABOUT HK $16,000) for f-35 fighter jets, and only $100,000 (about HK $780,000) to successfully counter CIA agents and dismantle the entire U.S. spy network in China.

According to the Statistics of the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), 147 espionage cases related to China were solved in the US in the past 20 years. According to the statistics of the US Department of Justice, the US government released 47 espionage cases related to The Communist Party of China after Trump took office, involving at least 82 people, accounting for 30 percent of the cases in the past 20 years. The 82 defendants can be classified into 115 cases, including 48 cases in the political and defense categories, accounting for about 40 percent. They are clearly one of the major targets of the SPY campaign. In contrast, the Communist Party has rarely publicized espionage cases involving the United States in the past four years.

U.S. court documents show it was surprisingly cheap to buy classified U.S. personnel. There are two main types of counter-insurgency. One is to write classified reports, and the other is to completely reverse intelligence. In the case of Jun Wei Yeo, a Singaporean, Yang set up a fake consulting firm under the orders of the Chinese Communist Party. He used job ads to help the Chinese get more than 400 resumes, more than 90 percent of them for U.S. military and security personnel, and finally approached job applicants in 2015 to obtain some of the F-35’s classified documents for $2,000. In the same year, Der Spiegel, a German magazine, revealed that the Chinese Communist Party had stolen a large number of f-35 design materials for the development of its j-31 fighter jet. Su Ziyun, director of national defense strategy and resources research at the China Defense Security Institute, told the Financial Times that the Chinese Communist Party’s J-31 fighter jet was similar to the US F-35, but that “the technology avoids 100 percent copying and sometimes looks similar, but it can be used in the review room”.

The case of Jerry Chun Shing Lee, a Hong Kong CIA spy, was even more deadly. In 2010, the Chinese Communist Party used $100, 000 to fully engage in the conspiracy, which was widely rumored to have led to the collapse of the U.S. spy network in China from 2010 to 2012, with 20 CIA informants killed or imprisoned. Apple also found that more than 70 percent of the defendants, 51 of them, had been accused of spying for more than three years, including six more than nine years, when Obama was president of the United States. Ma Yuqing, a Hong Kong-born FBI agent, worked for the Communist Party for 18 years. The document quotes a CLOSED-circuit television film in which the film went to Ma to help sell the information after “counting silver paper” for US $50,000 (HK $390,000). This is proof that American defense has been in trouble in recent years. These problems can be traced back to the Democratic Party in the US. They have a loose relationship with the Chinese communist Party, but the democratic countries are different from the Chinese communist party culture. The Chinese Communist Party has taken advantage of this to steal a lot of secrets over the years, until Trump took care to solve the problem.” Su Ziyun said.

More than half of the detained Spies had links to the Ministry of State Security (21) and the Communist Army (25). The National Security Agencies of the Ministry of National Security in Jiangsu, Shanghai, Guangdong and Tianjin were also found to be involved in three major cases in the past four years, and sent a large number of hackers to continuously attack for 5 to 12 years, showing that the security agencies of Chinese provinces have long deployed hackers to steal US secrets. The 12-year campaign by Zhu Hua and Zhang Shi Long, hackers affiliated with the National Security Agency in Tianjin, targeted 45 US agencies including NASA, obtaining data on more than 100,000 US navies. But none of the hackers has been arrested so far.

As for the economic bribe method, the 1,000 Talents Plan (also known as the Overseas High-level talents Introduction Plan) involving the Communist Party of China usually lasts for three years, and Beijing will give relevant personnel salary, as well as living, traveling and research allowance. Apple found five thousand talents plan contracts with the Ministry of Justice, and found surprising bonuses. In one, Wuhan University of Technology gave Charles Lieber, the head of Harvard’s chemistry and biochemistry department, more than 11 million yuan (hk $13.04 million) for research, with salary and stipends alone worth HK $425,000 a month. Harvard University’s top full professors earn $320,000 (HK $2.48 million) a year, or an average of HK $210,000 a month, half of the 1,000 talent plan, according to Glassdoor. No wonder fox anchor Tucker Carlson says, “A lot of people [scholars] are bought by the Communist Party. “Trump is an obstacle to this tempting arrangement.”

Another option is for Chinese Communist Party scholars to use their J-1 academic exchange visas to come to the United States, where they can use the university’s authority to obtain classified information. Yanqing Ye, a lieutenant in the Communist Army, used his J-1 visa as a visiting scholar at Boston University in 2017 to log on to the university’s database and steal military and high-tech documents. The J-1 visa must be issued by an American university to an academic, so American universities may also be accomplices. “The US Department of Education has found that US schools have received us $13 trillion (HK $100 trillion) from China since 2013. How many bad decisions have they made with the money of the Chinese Communist Party? How many professors conspire with or silence the Communist Party? How much technology has been stolen?” Gordon Chang, a US China expert, has made it clear: “We should cut off money from the Communist Party because they are not funding US higher education institutions.”

The court documents also revealed that at least four of the spies were linked to the Chinese communist Party’s ambassador to the United States, who helped them buy flights out of the United States and who regularly reported themselves. More than 1,000 Chinese researchers have left the United States after earlier embassy closures amid a U.S. crackdown on communist party spies. Only a few economic espionage cases have been convicted, and the penalties are light. Mr Li and Turab Lookman, a former Employee of The Alamos National Laboratory, were charged with only “false statements” and given suspended sentences for their guilty pleas.