These interviews presented on Secure Freedom Radio look into some of the hottest topics presently involving Communist China, the United States and the rest of the world. Among other subjects, Huawei’s lawsuit against the U.S. government, the expansion of Huawei and its links with the Chinese government and army, China’s port facilities expansion, the tension in the South China Sea, the trade war between the U.S. and China, the use of american technology to conduct espionage, are discussed. Don’t miss that.
In this interview with Declan Ganley, the question of the detrimental health effects caused by radio-frequencies and electromagnetic radiation is not covered. However, it is a good summary of the current situation regarding the business, communications and technology implications of 5G.
The interview starts around 27 minutes in the show hosted by Alex Jones, up to around 1h 04 minutes. What Steven Mosher describes here from his own experience in Communist China is absolutely disgusting and terrifying at times. To set the stage for this great interview, Alex Jones presents a lot of very relevant information prior to the interview itself, so it is a good idea to watch the whole thing from the start.
For more information on the subject, check this previous article where you can find an interview with Declan Ganley on Secure Freedom Radio:
The Chinese are positioning themselves to try to become the masters of the 5G wireless communication system. This has very serious implications for national security, cybersecurity and military operations. The West should remain sovereign in this matter and have its own independent 5G system. Chinese leaders give incentives to countries to convince them of adopting its 5G technology and, as it is often the case, decision makers in our western hemisphere are tempted to look only at the bottom line and not at our broader general interest as sovereign nations. We have to wake up now. The whole show is presented in one single audio file. I also join two articles written by Arthur Herman at Forbes.com that were recommended by host Frank Gaffney to complete the study of this issue.