Good Advice: “Trust Almost Nobody” – If You Disagree It’s “Fake News”

Ed.’s note: As this news is read concerning Huawei, the giant electronics company in China, try to keep several things in the back of your mind: Here we have an alleged MI6/CIA intelligence asset, Andrew Williamson, who is Huawei’s Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications (other sources say VP Strategy), working in Guangdong, China, while China is making huge investments in Israel-based tech firms for Huawei’s technological expansion. This while Israel claims to be the “second eye” of the Five Eyes countries. That would make six eyes now. Williamson isn’t exaggerating when he says: “You really have to check everything, assume nothing and trust almost nobody. And that’s the process and the system that we stick to and work with many of our partners around the world on that basis.”

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Here’s a flip: Maybe “Huawei” wasn’t spying on Ugandan politicians? Maybe it was Israel through Huawei investments in Israeli tech companies? Remember the “Uganda scheme?” Maybe Israel has plans for Africa? Wouldn’t want any uppity Ugandan pop-star-turned politician like Bobi Wine interfering would they, especially after Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni (ha ha ha) met with Jewish leaders in Washington looking for Israeli investment in Uganda.

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Remember, “check everything, assume nothing and trust almost nobody.” According to an article at Forbes that appeared on April 19, 2019, it is alleged Huawei is being “used to stop the US from sharing intelligence with its allies.” This is more evidence to suggest America is being further isolated from China’s B&RI with Israel and London assistance.

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After the failed attempt to penetrate the Russian Cyber Military Command via Judah Snowden, Five Eyes / CIA undertakes another attempt via its Blackop called “Huawei”, curated by Andrew Williamson, Vice President Strategy at Huawei.

Evidently, “Huawei” will be used by Five Eyes / CIA not only for hacking the Russian Cyber Military Command, but also for the Psychotronic War against Russians, called by Five Eyes / CIA as Biohacking.


Source: RT News

‘Just fake news’: Huawei VP rejects WSJ report of employees spying on African politicians

August 17, 2019

Video clip: Huawei Vice President Andrew Williamson denies the company’s technicians helped African governments spy on political opponents ©RT

Huawei has never engaged in hacking activities, the company’s vice president of strategy, Andrew Williamson, told RT after a report claimed its technicians helped African governments to snoop on political opponents.

RT America’s Sara Montes de Oca spoke with Williamson after traveling to the telecommunication giant’s headquarters in Shenzhen, China.

The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that governments in Uganda and Zambia had allegedly enlisted Huawei’s help to spy on dissenting voices, including tapping into opposition politicians’ conversations, cracking encrypted communications, and conducting surveillance.

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The newspaper said that the intricate work was allegedly done by Huawei technicians in Africa, while not providing proof that the company’s top executives in China had any knowledge of the alleged spying arrangement between the firm’s employees and local authorities. 

Talking to RT, Williamson has dismissed the report as “fake news” lacking any corroborating evidence.

“We refuted that quite vociferously. Again, it just feels like it’s one those stories that come up now and again, that are completely unverified. Even other companies that have been cited in terms of their involvement have made it very clear that they don’t even have contracts in Uganda,” he said.

The VP urged against taking such allegations at face value.

“You really have to check everything, assume nothing and trust almost nobody. And that’s the process and the system that we stick to and work with many of our partners around the world on that basis.

“So it looks like that this story is unfortunately just really fake news,” he added.

Huawei’s continuing status as a private company has proven to be in its favor, Williamson said, noting that employees that are also shareholders have “a real vested interest” in the commercial success and the quality of products and services it renders.


Source: Reuters

Huawei acquires Israel cyber security startup HexaTier for US$42 million

Thursday, December 29, 2016

Chinese multinational networking and telecommunications equipment manufacturer Huawei has reportedly completed the acquisition of Israeli database security and compliance solution startup HexaTier for US$42 million.

Based in Bnei Brak near Tel Aviv, the company provides a unified database security which is able to provide greater security and compliance to databases in the cloud.

The company claims that this is accomplished through utilizing a patented reverse proxy technology for securing databases across multiple platforms which include Database as a Service (DBaaS), private, public or hybrid cloud environments and on-premises.

Founded as GreenSQL in 2009 by Amir Sadeh, David Maman, and Hadar Eshel, despite the company’s ability to secure on-premises databases, its main focus lies in database-as-a-service with a particular emphasis on blocking SQL injection attacks, the most common form of database attack.

Prior to this, HexaTier, a company of 40 employees, has raised US$14.5 million from Israeli venture capital funds JVP, Magma, and Rhodium. 

These negotiations, follow a visit by Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei to Israel several weeks ago. With this, Huawei will use HexaTier to set up a research and development center in Israel for databases in the cloud.

This would also be Huawei’s second acquisition of an Israeli company in three weeks. Earlier in December, Huawei has also acquired Toga Networks, an IT research firm for US$150 million. 

Huawei reportedly employs around 170,000 employees with more than half being employed under the research and development sector in 21 different centers including China, the United States, England, Canada, Pakistan, France, Belgium, and Germany. 

Please go to Reuters to read the entire article.


Source: Venture Beat

Huawei reportedly acquires Israeli IT networking company Toga Networks for $150 million


Above: Huawei at Mobile World Congress 2015 Barcelona
Image Credit: Kārlis Dambrāns/Flickr

Chinese technology giant Huawei has reportedly snapped up Toga Networks, an Israel-based company that provides “advanced technology research and high level design for the IT and Telecom markets,” in a deal worth more than $100 million.

Local Israeli business publication the Calcalist reported on the news (in Hebrew) early this morning, citing figures from research firm Zirra that peg the deal at around $150 million, though this could rise if certain conditions are met.

Huawei and Toga Networks have long been known to be in collaboration, though the exact nature of the partnership hasn’t been entirely clear. Some reports from earlier this year suggested that Toga could actually be a Huawei subsidiary, however both companies poured cold water on that notion. “Toga Networks is a private company,” a company spokesperson told the Wall Street Journal in June. “It doesn’t provide to the public any information concerning either its business activities or its connections with clients.” Huawei also added that Toga Networks wasn’t a subsidiary, but was using the company as a research partner. “Huawei believes open innovation is the key to the development of the industry,” a Huawei spokesman said.

Toga Networks is seemingly designing and developing a range of products for the telecom industry, including switches and routers, while it has also branched out into cloud storage systems and applications for data centers. So it’s entirely in line with Huawei’s line of business — Huawei is, after all, the world’s biggest telecom equipment vendor in terms of revenue, out-pacing rivals such as Ericsson and Cisco.

Please go to Venture Beat to read the entire article.


Here are some very good reasons why America is coming to an end with China working closely with Israel to become the next global power. Think of Don the real estate guy as smoothing the transition over to Israel and China so as to not become too turbulent for the American people. You know, when you go through this material methodically, it is as though Trump’s job really is to smooth the transition as America becomes further isolated. And now that the US decided to sanction Huawei, Russia will be allowing Huawei to operate in their country.

If you take these related links here and after reading them, you begin to think seriously who the above mentioned vice president at Huawei, Andrew Williamson actually works for? It looks as though through Hong Kong, the Sassoons (the “Rothschilds of the east”) are placing their financial bets (investments) on China. Sort of makes us wonder what’s up with all the social turbulence going on in Hong Kong recently? Guangdong is just across the border where Israel’s Technion is located.

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