Over 120 Members of the Chinese Communist Party Work for Pfizer and AstraZeneca
Thanks to the leak of the CCP database, thousands of names of Chinese insiders in key positions in top corporations in the US and Europe have become known.
“The data was extracted from a Shanghai server by Chinese dissidents, whistleblowers, in April 2016, who have been using it for counter-intelligence purposes,” explains The Australian journalist Sharri Markson. “Some of its members – who swear a solemn oath to ‘guard Party secrets, be loyal to the Party, work hard, fight for communism throughout my life…and never betray the Party’ – are understood to have secured jobs in British consulates.”
Most disturbing, it was confirmed by 123 incumbent members of the Communist Party in the two largest corporations that developed the Covid-19 vaccine.
To date, there is no clear evidence that Chinese citizens are engaging in illegal activities or involved in espionage in any way. However, the US has already begun abusing state power to crack down on foreign companies, after Nasdaq said it will remove four Chinese companies' shares from indexes in response to a U.S. order, reports Reuters.
The list of companies affected by China includes such giants of the market and industry as Boeing, Airbus, Thales and Rolls-Royce, Pfizer, AstraZeneca and GlaxoSmithKline.
Currently, the Delaware State Attorney General's Office has launched an investigation into the financial activities of Joe Biden's son. Also among the accusations is an investigation of the Biden family's ties with the Chinese intelligence services.
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