Brendon O’Connell, Greg McCarron and Joseph Davis discuss the pathetic alternative media and lack of critical discussion on Israel’s high tech domination and their relationships with Russia and China.
Military Shifts Focus to Threats by Russia and China, Not Terrorism https://nyti.ms/2FWB72t
An Emerging Alliance: Russia and Israel | It helps to have more than a million Russian-born Israelis inside one’s borders. https://spectator.org/an-emerging-alliance-russia-and-israel/
Ex-Israeli chief scientist helping Guangzhou jumpstart its tech ecosystem | Yehoshua Gleitman has already set up a Chinese-Israeli investment fund in the city, the most populous in Guangdong province https://www.timesofisrael.com/ex-israeli-chief-scientist-helping-guangzhou-jumpstart-its-tech-ecosystem/
US accuses Israel of ‘alarming, even terrifying’ levels of spying | Israel has been trying to steal secrets from the US, its principal protector and benefactor, but also occasional rival, ever since the inception of the Jewish state in 1948, and even before. But according to the latest issue of Newsweek, quoting Obama administration officials, these activities have “crossed red lines” rarely encountered in the past.
In the words of one Congressional aide, with access to classified briefings in January on the subject, Israel’s behaviour was “very sobering… alarming… even terrifying”. Israel, it would appear, is after everything it can lay its hands on: not just diplomatic and policy documents, but industrial and military technology. The means include Israeli trade missions to the US, joint ventures between Israeli and American companies and, presumably, spying by Israeli intelligence agencies.
“Everyone does it,” is a common reaction to such claims of ungentlemanly conduct. But by these accounts, in the case of America no one does it like Israel – not even allies with intelligence services as skilled as those of France, Germany, even the UK. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/us-accuses-israel-of-alarming-even-terrifying-levels-of-spying-9341264.html