There is an alarming trend—recently reported on by China economics professor Dr. Antonio Graceffo—of firms linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) heavily investing in U.S. biopharm and genomics companies. The connection between this and the CCP’s research to develop bioweapons is a cause of major national security concern.
US prosecutors accused China on Wednesday of spying on pro-democracy activists in the United States and seeking to harass and intimidate a former Tiananmen Square dissident who is running for Congress.
There’s an organization out of the Chinese regime that’s running money laundering operations tied to drug cartels, organized crime, murder, the drug trade, and other crimes, that is also working closely with government officials and other networks of corruption. This operation has found a stronghold in Canada, and is being used in conjunction with criminal operations throughout the United States.
It was run by a wealthy businessman with deep ties in both Australia and China, who was known to ASIO as “the puppeteer”.
There is concern within national security circles that he will continue to attempt to interfere in Australia’s election process at the behest of the Chinese government.
The plot was publicly revealed by ASIO boss Mike Burgess in his annual threat assessment on Wednesday night, but he declined to name the country behind the operation and whether it was a federal, state or local election.
A Chinese researcher who once worked at The Jackson Laboratory is under FBI investigation, for allegedly failing to disclose his financial ties to China in applications for U.S. government funding.
Ruan Yijun, a geneticist, failed to disclose his participation in a Chinese state-sponsored recruitment program called the Thousand Talents program and his collaboration agreement with China’s state-run Shenzhen People’s Hospital, according to an FBI affidavit unsealed on Mar. 2. The affidavit was filed in federal court in Bangor, Maine, on Dec. 30 last year.
A researcher on Chinese Communist espionage operations tells people not to believe that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) only targets ethnic Chinese people in spy recruitCCPments. He says efforts to recruit foreigners go back to as early as the 1930s.