新闻来源：Asia Times《亚洲时报》；作者：MICHAEL MACDONALD / 迈克尔·麦克唐纳；发布时间：JULY 17, 2020/ 2020年7月17日
The author of this news is Huawei’s chief digital officer, a Westerner, who used the CCP’s external propaganda conventions to whitewash Huawei. This review reveals this point through a brief commentary analysis of English and Chinese.
Here are some of the common tactics used by the Communist Party in its propaganda
a. Reverse black and white. For example, they are proud of the economic development brought about by plagiarism and forced transfer of intellectual property rights.
b. Disguised the concept. For example, they replace the Communist Party of China with China.
c. Kidnapping the concept. For example, arresting Chinese criminals has been distorted as attacking all Chinese people as criminals.
d. Fallacies of distraction. For example: We believe that food should be cherished, but the other party argues: "You think food with illegal additives is good."
Lies in this news report
1. 他声称华为只是一家纯粹的守法供应商，但实际并不是。这是华为伪装成好人的第一个方式。华为是一家有着中共军方背景，而却打着民企旗号的组织，是中共所谓的“军民融合”的最生动体现。（见美国政府网页https://www.state.gov/military-civil-fusion/）。 华为的先进技术并未造福中共国普通百姓，只是服务于中共的某些利益集团；华为的经营并非单纯为了利润，更是为了某些不可告人的目的。近日华为已被美众议院认定危害美国国家安全，华为真是装无辜的典范。
1. He claimes that Huawei is just a purely law-abiding supplier, but it is not. It is Huawei's first way of pretending to be a good guy. Huawei is the most vivid example of what the Communist Party calls "MilitaryCivilFusion", and it's an organization with a military background that carries the banner of a private company. (see the U.S. government web site https://www.state.gov/military-civil-fusion/). Huawei's advanced technology does not benefit ordinary Chinese, but only some interest groups of the Chinese Communist Party. Huawei's operation is not only for profit but also for some ulterior motives. The U.S. House of Representatives has recently identified Huawei as a threat to U.S. national security.
2. 他号称“中共国在很多方面都已超越了美国”，并混淆、绑架了多个概念。作者一方面将美国对华为的犯罪调查指责成美国眼红华为的科技优越，讲其描述成“美国眼红中共国”， 但实际上，中共国和美国在科技、经济方面有着巨大的差距。另一方面作者绑架中国人的民族情绪，认为 “美国对中国人充满敌意”，将中国人与华为绑在一起。但实际上，华为是为中国共产党服务的，中国共产党的当权者是中国人民的敌人。中国人民并不支持华为偷盗技术、监控其他国家。
2. He claims that "the Chinese Communist Party has surpassed the United States in many ways," and confused many concepts. On the one hand, the author accuses the United States of being jealous of Huawei's technological superiority and describes it as "the United States is jealous of the Chinese Communist Party." However, a massive gap between Communist China and the United States exists in terms of technology and economy. On the other hand, the author kidnapped the Chinese people's national sentiment, believing that "The United States is hostile to the Chinese people" and tying the Chinese people to Huawei. But in reality, Huawei serves the Chinese Communist Party, whose rulers are the Chinese people's enemies. The Chinese people do not support Huawei stealing technology and monitoring other countries.
3. He makes a deliberate misinterpretation out of the context of the U.S. Attorney General Barr," for the first time in history, the United States is not leading the next technological era." Whether Barr's words are motivated by ridicule or facts, they have nothing to do with the cracking down on crime against the CCP's enterprise Huawei. His speech on the 16th of July was about how the "CCP seeks to leverage the immense power…of the Chinese people to overthrow the rules-based international system and make the world safe for dictatorship." The author did not dare to mention any Barr's accusation against the CCP. Instead, he chose this sentence separately. The subtext is that the United States attacked Huawei for fear of falling behind. This is fallacies of distraction. And again, binding Huawei, China, and the Chinese people alluded to the United States attacking China for fear of falling behind, and then propagating domestically that the U.S. attacked the Chinese people for fear of falling behind.
4. He implied that the actions of the U.S. government were illegal. He accused the United States of being economically arrogant for its benefit. If so, why Huawei doesn't openly sue the U.S. government? What investigation does the enterprise afraid of if they have no problem? Why does a private enterprise use 1.4 billion people as a human shield? Huawei, or the CCP behind it, has always deviated from the core of the problem, never confronted the problem directly, and then kidnapped the Chinese people.
5. He mentioned many beautiful things about Huawei in technology, but he did not accuse Huawei of crimes. This is the most lethal part that Fallacies of distraction. If you don't have time to regularly follow the news, you may feel sorry for Huawei as an innocent and vulnerable group. Instead of hiding behind the backs of the Chinese people, Huawei should show the grievances it has suffered, express its opinions on these allegations, or openly accept investigations, or even counterclaim
To be concluded, the fight against Huawei is not to fight against the technological progress of any country. For the United States, it is to fight against acts that endanger national security. For the world, it is to destroy the CCP's BGY(standing for Blue-Gold-Yellow) network overseas.
For better understanding what’s the meaning of BGY, please search for keywords: BGY (Blue-Yellow-Gold), 3F plan, Whistleblowers Movement.
Also see: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vqMwnxlw6M
US interest in 5G isn’t really about 5G
5G will contribute a mere 0.2% of the global digital economy by 2025-26. So what is the US really so worried about?
Michael MacDonald is Chief Digital Officer at Huawei Asia Pacific
US President Donald Trump's tech war on China has missed the mark in many aspects. Image: Twitter/FP 美国总统唐纳德·川普（Donald Trump）对中（共）国的技术战争在许多方面都没有达到目标。 图片：推特 / FP
5G is a victim of its own hype. Touted as the doorway to the digital kingdom, 5G opens up new opportunities to consumers and businesses by introducing scalability and reliability that previous generations just simply didn’t have.
With a higher efficiency air interface, more bands to play with, massive scalability for connecting things, and reliable low latency, 5G is better than 4G in every way. But it has that extra ‘G’.
凭借更高效率的空中接口，更多可用频段，连接事物的大规模可扩展性以及可靠的低延迟，5G在所有方面均优于4G。 但是它有一个多出来的“ G”。
Where previous generations of mobile technology addressed the short to mid-term needs of users, 5G looks further ahead by examining the requirements of a yet unrealized digital economy with everything connected, everything sensing and everything intelligent.
The result, 5G is a service-oriented mobile solution that will turbocharge not just consumer broadband but also vertical markets through application integration for intelligent bandwidth and compute power that dynamically changes with service requirements.
But service centric or not, the beauty of the Internet lies in its abstraction layer between the underlying network infrastructure and the data and applications that we use. Specifically, the very purpose of Internet Protocol is to allow packetized data to be transmitted ubiquitously and reliably, with little concern to what lies beneath, even if what lies beneath includes 5G.
5G, and mobile cellular technology overall, is just one small part of the underlying infrastructure powering the Internet, and the total value of all 5G global infrastructure pales in comparison to the total value of the digital economy that runs atop it.
Huawei Chief Digital Officer for Asia Pacific Michael MacDonald in a file photo. Image: Courtesy of Michael MacDonald 华为亚太地区首席数据官迈克尔·麦克唐纳在档案照片中。 图片：由迈克尔·麦克唐纳提供
In fact, the entire telecommunications infrastructure market is about US$80 billion today and is projected to cross the $100 billion mark sometime around 2025. Of that, about half will be 5G infrastructure by 2026.
In comparison, the combined revenue for the twelve months ending March 31, 2020 of Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft was $943 billion. If similar growth continues, America’s big 5 Internet behemoths could be worth 2.5 times that, or nearly $2.5 trillion by 2026, or 50 times greater than the total value of 5G infrastructure.
Stepping back even further, the total Digital Economy, which is generally accepted to contribute as much as 25% of the world’s gross domestic product (GDP) by 2025-26, will be worth approximately $20 trillion, with 5G contributing just 0.2%.
So why the US interest in 5G?
America is less concerned with owning a piece of the telecom infrastructure market and more concerned with sending a signal.
Huawei is arguably China’s biggest international success story, in part because of a continued business focus that relies on a multi-decade investment strategy. The result: Huawei holds a leadership position in 5G that many consider being 12 to 24 months ahead of the nearest competitor.
Arbitrarily intercepting the trajectory of one particular generation of mobile technology, like 5G, and exaggerating its impact on the overall Digital Economy is akin to identifying a particular generation of CPU as the sole enabler for Artificial Intelligence.
Stop 5G and 6G pops up. Stop 6G and 7G pops up. The naming convention is irrelevant. These standards are developed by a consortium of international organizations and hundreds of individual members that include operators and vendors.
A single vendor no more defines the process than a leading athlete defines the rules of their sport. The US’s attack on 5G is an affront to the standards process by arbitrarily targeting a handful of companies that have simply followed the rules and played a better hand, and it altogether ignores the ITU’s non-profit mandate of “connecting all the world’s people.”
Is this really a case of the US wanting a piece of a $50 billion market or simply the agenda of a country threatened by being overtaken by another economy?
As Attorney General William Barr put it in his keynote address at the China Initiative Conference, “for the first time in history, the United States is not leading the next technological era.”
The US-China tech war could be entering a competitive new phase. Photo: Twitter/AFP/Getty 中（共）美科技战可能进入充满竞争的新阶段。 图片：推特/ AFP / Getty
Although seemingly inevitable, this is currently an exaggeration that specifically positions 5G as the only technology that matters and outright ignores the US’ leadership in hardware and software development.
The race isn’t about 5G dominance, it’s about leading digital transformation that will position an entire economy to be more efficient and responsive to consumer demand.
I was always taught that you win a race by running faster, not by tripping up the leader. Gu Bin, associate law professor at Beijing Foreign Studies University recently wrote, “Now that the US has reached the top of the ladder of tech supremacy, it wants to kick it away.”
By many metrics, China has already passed the US, but unfortunately the US gets to change the rules as they play – at least for now. While it may not be inevitable that the Chinese economy will eclipse that of the US, it is certainly probable.
The US’ proposed stake in a 5G vendor is just the latest politically motivated attack designed to send a greater warning to the world that the US is still relevant.
In reality, the transition of the US economy from number 1 to number 2 would likely be as uneventful as the millennium bug, but I also wouldn’t want to go down in history as the one in charge when it happens.
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