Huawei CFO arrested on US order

Jun 2013
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1. Hot on the heels of the Trump-Xi meeting at the G20 in Buenos Aires, the Trump administration took three hostile actions in quick succession against China.

(a) As usual, the Jekyll and Hyde US leader keeps up pressure on China by tweeting threats of more tariffs if he cannot get what he wishes for.

(b) It was reported on December 4 that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo told diplomats and officials In a foreign policy speech that Trump was not abandoning its global leadership but instead reshaping the post-World War Two system on the basis of sovereign states, not multilateral institutions, as it sees fit to stop “bad actors” such as Russia, China and Iran from gaining.

(c) It was reported on December 5 that Canada has arrested Huawei's global chief financial officer in Vancouver, where she is facing extradition to the US. The arrest is related to violations of US sanctions against Iran. Meng Wanzhou, who is one of the vice chairs on the Chinese technology company's board and the daughter of company founder Ren Zhengfei, was arrested on December 1 and a court hearing has been set for Friday.

2. Meng's arrest throws into question whether Chinese citizens and tourists are safe when they travel to countries allied to the US. Now it seems Chinese could be arrested anytime in those countries and extradited to the US to be charged for violation of US laws. It is noted that US sanctions against Iran is itself a violation against international law. Hence it would be an outrage and laughing stock for a country that violates international law to arrest and charge foreign citizens as though their countries are US colonies.

It is noted that Meng is a potential successor to her father. Through this arrest, it seems that the US is trying to destroy Huawei once and for all. This in turn is an attempt by the US to destroy China’s high tech industry.

Are those hostile actions taken by Trump as additional bargaining chips? If so, he needs to go for a mental checkup.

https://www.reuters.com/article/us-...k-russia-china-iran-says-pompeo-idUSKBN1O3102

https://money.usnews.com/investing/...ada-for-violating-us-sanctions-on-iran-report
 
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If a person is wanted by the USA, or any other nation, it would be a prudent move to check which countries have extradition treaties with said country.


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Jun 2013
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If a person is wanted by the USA, or any other nation, it would be a prudent move to check which countries have extradition treaties with said country.


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My great friend, the problem is Uncle Sam will not tell anyone that he or she is wanted urgently. Similarly if you are wanted by China or another country, you would be kept in the dark until you are arrested. :)

Such is the insecurity and danger faced by the rest of the world in the America First or All Free (AF) world order of the Jekyll and Hyde US leader.
 
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My great friend, the problem is Uncle Sam will not tell anyone that he or she is wanted urgently. Similarly if you are wanted by China or another country, you would be kept in the dark until you are arrested. :)

Such is the insecurity and danger faced by the rest of the world in the America First or All Free (AF) world order of the Jekyll and Hyde US leader.
You can't find out if you are wanted just by calling a police department on a local warrant. I see nothing wrong with this.
 
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