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KOMMONSENTSJANE – CHINA CONTINUES TO EXPLOIT U.S. UNIVERSITIES TO BOLSTER MILITARY MODERNIZATIONS.
So, when will the Military intelligence take a look at our universities who are run by Marxists Democrats and see how they are scalping us by stealing and looting our stuff or are they too busy fiddling with the parents in the schools claiming they are the terrorists?
China continues to exploit US universities to bolster military modernization, report finds
China continues to rely on its connections with dozens of U.S. universities to collect what it deems is sensitive information in a collaborative effort to build up its military modernization, a report found this week.
A report released Thursday by the Foundation for Defense of Democracies think tank found that China is using its existing relationships with U.S. universities to collect information and technological know-how “to achieve Chinese military dominance.”
HOUSE PASSES MEASURES TO CONDEMN AND PUNISH CHINA OVER HUMAN RIGHTS ABUSES AGAINST UIGHURS
US President Joe Biden meets with China’s President Xi Jinping during a virtual summit from the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC,
“China’s civilian university system play a major role in China’s military-industrial complex, including its nuclear and cyber-espionage programs,” the report found. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has “ordered” civilian universities and all students to comply with its military-civil fusion strategy to integrate military, civilian and commercial investments to “advance China’s interest.”
The study found that four U.S. universities, including Stanford University, the University of California in Santa Barbara, the University of Utah and Pacific Lutheran University in Washington, have open partnerships with Chinese universities that have been flagged as allegedly supporting China’s nuclear program.
A spokesman for the University of Utah said it would be ending its partnership with the Confucius Institute in June 2023 when their contract is set to terminate. But added, “We haven’t had any concerns about the U’s institute being a hub for espionage or propaganda.”
“The institute has played an important role in increasing linguistic and cultural literacy about China among Utahns,” Chris Nelson, interim Chief Marketing & Communications Officer for the university told Fox News.