On August 19 local time, Israel’s “Jerusalem Post” published an editorial entitled “China has proved to be a villain, we owe them nothing”. However, almost none of the core points of this article can hold water. According to the Jerusalem Post, Israel will consider signing a memorandum of understanding with the United States, promising to exclude Chinese technology and equipment in future 5g and other communication fields. The newspaper said the move meant that Israel would join the so-called “clean network” action in the United States. The Jerusalem Post’s editorial is exactly for this “cooperation” to raise the banner. The editorial said the signing of the agreement is a correct choice and is conducive to safeguarding Israel’s national security and people’s interests. Later, the editorial also greatly boasted about the US Israel relations, saying that this is one of Israel’s most important “strategic assets”.
Israel and the United States are very “iron”. As a result, after the touting of the old fellow China, the editorial began to accuse China with a very strange idea. < / P > < p > as the editorial’s title says, “China has proven to be a villain in data and communication security,” saying that Chinese enterprises would cooperate with the government in collecting Israeli data and confidential content. Based on this, the editorial believes that “following the United States is the right choice.”.
however, the author of this “American” is obviously not familiar with his old fellow’s attitude. On August 6, US President trump signed an executive order banning tiktok on the ground of “leaking information”. This absurd accusation has not only been opposed by many American enterprises and people, but also from within the US government. Among them, the CIA has submitted an assessment report to the White House, saying that Trump’s accusations are “without evidence”. < / P > < p > an issue that has not reached a consensus within the U.S. government has been taken as evidence by the Jerusalem Post, so it has to “keep up with the United States”. It seems that the author thinks trump can represent the United States. In fact, even if the newspaper really wants to follow trump and a few American politicians, it should not use the pretext of “protecting information security”. Because, compared with the insidious evidence against China, the U.S. government has seized a lot of information about other countries and even allies. < / P > < p > according to a number of US media reports, an enterprise named “anomaly six” has implanted its data tracking software into more than 500 mobile applications to track the information of hundreds of millions of users around the world. The company has a very close relationship with the US military and intelligence services. Israel has also played an ignominious role in the US actions to steal foreign confidential information. The U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, together with the German Federal intelligence agency, jointly controlled the Swiss company crypto Ag for decades, stealing foreign government communications and intelligence through its encryption devices sold to hundreds of countries in the world. Israel is not only aware of the plan, but also involved in it. What’s more, many U.S. media have disclosed that even after promising to significantly reduce the monitoring of their allies, Israel, which faithfully followed the United States to do a lot of “dirty work”, could not escape the fate of being monitored by the United States. According to the investigation, US intelligence personnel not only continued to monitor Israel, but also targeted Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Therefore, when following the United States to crack down on China, the accusations of “information security” and “eavesdropping” are textbook like “which pot can’t be opened and which pot should be mentioned”. In any case, it is certainly not us who are embarrassed. After reading the full text, I can’t help but feel sad for the Jerusalem Post. On the one hand, they take “unnecessary” evidence to justify China, and on the other hand, they have to greet the smiling faces of the United States who are really stealing their own confidential information. This frisbee is too humble.