Perhaps the only people surprised to learn Cuba is helping China build a vast espionage operation in the U.S. would be President Obama and his Obama Bros™. Their fantasy of somehow becoming friends with Cuba’s apartheid dictatorship was just that, a fantasy.
Cuba’s Castro dictatorship will never be a friend to the United States.
First of all, the Castro dictatorship has a deep hatred for America and all it stands for. Secondly, the Castro dictatorship has no friends, they only have partners in crime. The Cuban regime is no more a friend of Russia or China as those countries are friends of Cuba. They use each other to achieve a common goal: To destroy the United States of America.
China Is Devoting ‘Ungodly Resources’ to Conduct Espionage Against U.S.
William Evanina, the country’s top counterintelligence official, sounded the alarm on Tuesday about China devoting “ungodly resources” and waging “more aggressive” tactics to conduct espionage against the United States.
Evanina, who has served as director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center since 2014, appeared on the Sept. 4 “Intelligence Matters” podcast episode with CBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell, where the pair discussed China’s ongoing espionage war on the United States and how the country is in a category of its own compared to Russia and Iran.
“It’s a persistent thousand grains of sand,” Evanina said. “They hit our academia, our industry, our research development, and obviously our government. The FBI has arrested double-digit individuals in the last year or so—all for spying on behalf of China.”
“China is number one,” he said. “Existentially, long term, they’re the largest threat to our national security, bar none—it’s not even close.”
“They bring ungodly resources that we can’t handle right now,” he added.
Over the last several months, national security officials, including FBI Director Christopher Wray, have warned about China’s espionage capabilities. Wray spoke at the Aspen Security Forum in July where he warned about China from a counterintelligence perspective, saying the nation represents “the broadest, most challenging threat we face at this time,” according to CBS News.
“The volume of it, the pervasiveness of it, the significance of it, is something this country cannot underestimate,” Wray said.
The NCSC director suggested Russian and Chinese intelligence services have ramped up their operations in areas beyond the territorial United States, including Africa, Mexico and Cuba. He said Cuba was on top of his “worry list.”
“The capabilities … with the Cuban Intelligence Service for decades are silent but deadly,” he said. “But when you add the amount of Russian intelligence services now and Chinese intelligence services on the island of Cuba, it becomes a very problematic geographic area for us.”
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