90 Miles From Tyranny : Can We Trust Our Own Government To Handle A Chinese Defector With Damning Evidence Against Our Power Elite?

Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Can We Trust Our Own Government To Handle A Chinese Defector With Damning Evidence Against Our Power Elite?

Original Title: It’s Beginning to Look Like Enemy Action

Dong Jingwei is a Chinese defector working with the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). He served as Vice Minister of State Security in the Chinese Ministry of Defense. Before defecting, he was responsible for the counterintelligence efforts in China. He was in a position to know about all things “espionage” in China and is perhaps the highest-level Chinese defector the U.S. has ever had. Even though the legacy media is playing it down, this is a big deal.

It speaks volumes that the man who knows the identity of all the Chinese spies in our country chose to defect to the DIA and only the DIA. Further, it’s reported that the DIA is not sharing the information it’s receiving with the FBI or CIA. Now why would that be?

Dong provided details of meetings between U.S. officials, Chinese spies, and Russian SVR agents. He also provided details about how the Chinese government gained access to CIA communications, which resulted in the deaths of dozens of CIA assets. Anonymous sources are also reporting that members of the federal law enforcement community (i.e. FBI) are “scared s**tless” about Dong’s information.

Is it possible that the FBI and CIA are hopelessly compromised? As we’d say in Minnesota -- you betcha!

Dong has allegedly provided the names of Chinese spies working or attending universities in the U.S. He claims that a third of Chinese students in this country are actually PLA assets. To validate his claims, Dong has provided financial records showing which businessmen and public officials have received money from the Chinese Government. Private persons receiving money may or may not be illegal depending on what they’re doing for it. If they’re selling protected technology, it’s illegal. If they’re influencing public opinion, it may not be illegal, but is still problematic. However, public officials receiving money is a huge deal -- it’s either...

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  1. There's a reason Dong defected to the DIA, not the State Department or the CIA.

  2. Its cold comfort that a defector from communisim only trust 1 swamp creature to not have him murdered.

  3. Nice of the DIA to let the Chinese spies know there was a defector naming names.


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