China 5G Surveillance State, May Paedo cover-up, Uighur oppression, Kashoggi & Sedwill,

I caught a bit of last week’s US Home Affairs Subcommittee on BBC Parliament today.

It covers human rights and journalism from a pro-US stance but is still of interest. 

No mention is made of US intelligence agencies & tech firms like Amazon, Facebook, Google, Apple, themselves rolling out surveillance capitalism throughout the world.

Though lots of surveillance capitalism is carried out to benefit American companies’ shareholders and US military expansion – this particular committee’s ire is only directed at Chinese 5G. 

So Huawei 5G rollout is seen as a threat to US interests. 

Gavin Williamson was sacked as UK Defence Minister last week because Theresa May thought he was too close to the military. 

This sacking served as a distraction from the PM’s decision to go with Huawei 5G.

Her husband works in relationship management for a large US bank. George Osborne, the former Finance Minister was also very keen on bringing Chinese money to the City particularly to help HSBC. 

See Marc Roche’s Banksters for more on HSBC’s relationship with China and the way that forces the UK into signing dangerous deals. 

When Williamson listened to the military and opposed the China deal, top UK Civil Servant Mark Sedwill accused Williamson of breaking the official secrets act. 

Some say politicians are supposed to protect the public from Civil Servants.

Sedwill has form. One we should all be watching.

The UK state’s reliance on paedophilia as a source of kompromat is accepted as one reason Westminster paedophilia is known about but never proven. 

Sedwill was the home office civil servant who answered questions about why 114 files that were sent to Leon Brittan about Westminster paedophilia have all disappeared. He said that they may have been shredded but “We shouldn’t assume there is anything sinister.”

Every civil servant in the UK now knows that if asked why files about Tory MPs raping small boys have disappeared from the Home Office ““We shouldn’t assume there is anything sinister.” is the best reply.

Meanwhile another former defence Minister, Liam Fox, who himself is no stranger to corruption, has been caught selling weapons to Saudi Arabia – probably to kill Yemeni children


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