What Chinese Intelligence Thinks Of CIA

China’s Ministry of State Security criticizes the CIA for espionage, calling its anti-China campaign hegemonic. The CIA’s history, including controversial actions, has drawn severe criticism.

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China’s Ministry of State Security criticized the US Central Intelligence Agency’s (CIA) current focus on China in a rare bilingual post on the WeChat platform on Sunday.

The sharply written letter criticized China’s counterespionage measures while accusing the CIA of duplicity and pointing out that the US has spent large sums of money to obtain intelligence in China.

“You can do anything for intelligence while I shall do nothing against espionage?” read an excerpt from the post. “In recent years, the US, on the one hand, started intelligence wars, sparing no efforts to step up its espionage against China and, on the other hand, ‘brought suit against its victims,’ scandalously smearing China’s justifiable defense and trying to misrepresent the Counterespionage Law of [China] as an ‘evil law.’”

The post refers to a revised anti-spying statute that China’s National People’s Congress passed last year and that drew condemnation from US officials. China has argued that the laws are required to shield the nation from espionage as it grows into a significant global force.

George Papadopoulos has tweeted a video showing supposed proof that Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, who passed away on Friday in a gulag, was working with the CIA.

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More than ten years ago, China found and infiltrated the CIA’s spy network within the nation, which resulted in numerous prosecutions. However, in the years after, the US intelligence service has boasted of quickly resuming its activities in China.

In a recent piece published in US media, CIA Director William Burns stated that the agency has quadrupled the portion of its budget allocated to China. Described as the “daunting geopolitical challenges” of China’s ascent in a world “in which the United States no longer enjoys uncontested primacy,” Burns is said to have ordered every section within the CIA to support its anti-China operations.

The agency has hired a lot more Mandarin speakers as a result of the decree.

The CIA’s anti-Chinese campaign, according to China’s Ministry of State Security, is “another typical case of hegemonic, domineering and bullying practices of the US.” The agency has previously charged that the CIA is pushing a “Cold War mindset” on the nation. The Chinese Ministry of State Security stated that the CIA’s China Mission Center is the only branch within the organization that has ever been created with the express purpose of focusing on a particular nation.

In recent years, as China maintains its position as the largest economy in the world by Purchasing Power Parity (PPP), anti-Chinese tropes have been increasingly prevalent in Western media. The Western media has now been compelled to acknowledge that most of the claims made about China’s purportedly “Orwellian” social credit system are false or overblown.

Even if Israel is conducting a mass murder campaign in the Gaza Strip, the United States continues to support the discredited accusations of an “Uyghur genocide” in Xinjaing, which are frequently repeated by Western media. For the past ten years, China has been fighting terrorism in the area by targeting religious fanatics.

Around the same time that former US President Barack Obama declared his intended foreign policy “pivot to Asia” to counter China’s ascent, claims of “genocide” against the Uyghur people surfaced. China, along with many other Muslim-majority nations that have looked into the matter, has denied the allegations.

A few years ago, the National Endowment for Democracy—a US government institution with ties to the CIA that encourages color revolutions in different nations—admitted that it had been providing financial support to Uyghur separatist organizations since 2004. The tactic is similar to clandestine attempts at regime change that the agency has supported in several different nations worldwide.

Since the Chinese revolution of 1949, the United States has held China in high regard and during the 1950s, it regularly dispatched spy planes to monitor the Asian nation. Ten years later, the nation had a severe famine that was made worse by a strict US blockade that stopped it from importing food. US-China ties declined throughout the 1990s.

The CIA’s actions, which include recruiting Nazis, funding death squads illegally, assassinations, torture, human experimentation, sexual abuse, infiltration of foreign and US media, drug trafficking, plane hijacking, terrorism, domestic and foreign spying, spying on members of Congress, lying to Congress, and political interference and coups in multiple nations, have drawn harsh criticism.

Although it is against the law for the agency to conduct domestic operations, it was discovered in 2016 that the CIA had spied on former President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign.

Other US police and intelligence agencies that work with the agency include the National Security Agency (NSA), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA), the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, and the Federal Bureau of Intelligence (FBI). These agencies can monitor communications worldwide and spy on American citizens.

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