[Zhao Lijian uses the matrix to respond to the US’s plan to build a clean network: what the United States wants is not a clean network, but an American network] it is reported that during his visit to Slovenia, US Secretary of state pompeio signed a joint declaration on 5g network security with Sri Lanka’s foreign minister. Pompeio said that this reflects our common commitment to protect citizens’ privacy and personal freedom. Earlier, pompeio also talked about building a “clean network” together in the Czech Republic. At a regular press conference on August 14, foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said that since pompeio claimed to build a clean network, he should first explain why “prism gate”, “formula organization”, “Echelon system” and other cyber espionage activities have the shadow of the United States, and why the US intelligence agencies monitor mobile phones around the world 24 hours a day And Internet computers, and even monitoring the mobile phones of alliance leaders for more than 10 years, which is obviously the work of the “hacker empire”. It is ridiculous and ridiculous that the U.S. Secretary of state has the face to propose to “clean the Internet”. The so-called “protection of citizens’ privacy and personal freedom” by some people in the United States is just a high sounding reason. They think that they can deceive the world by this, and they underestimate the IQ of the world. From intervening in the 5g construction of other countries, to publicly intimidating allies to obey the will of the United States and excluding Huawei, some American politicians used national power to suppress Chinese enterprises from gaining a leading position in 5g field. I’m afraid what they want is not “clean network”, but “American network”, not “5g security network”, but “American monitoring network”, not to protect individual “privacy freedom”, but to consolidate the “digital hegemony” of the United States. In the era of globalization, 5g development should be jointly developed and shared by all countries. Politicizing the issue of 5g and establishing small circles is not conducive to the development of 5g, contrary to the principle of fair competition and not in line with the common interests of the international community. We fully believe that the international community can see clearly the bullying practices of individual American politicians in the line and network construction cooperation, and say no, and maintain a fair, open and non discriminatory business environment.