Reported on December 4 that the Wall Street Journal quoted people familiar with the matter as revealing that the US Department of Justice is discussing an agreement with Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of Huawei, who was detained by Canadian police “in response to an arrest warrant issued by the United States.” Allow her to return to China from Canada in exchange for confessing part of the charge.
Some domestic media analyzed that this is because Vancouver and Washington decided to step down in order to save face. Because the Biden administration, which is relatively moderate to China, is about to come to power, and Trump and others who pursue extreme policies toward China are about to leave the White House, and the United States and Canada have many procedural and legal errors in the Meng Wanzhou case. The U.S. Department of Justice simply cannot win this lawsuit.
I personally believe that this approach of the US Department of Justice is by no means to save face and seek steps, but has more sinister intentions and schemes. Specifically, it is to use Meng Wanzhou’s case to continue to set up sets for Huawei. Originally, Meng Wanzhou was not guilty and Huawei was not guilty. As long as Meng Wanzhou pleaded guilty according to their requirements, then the next step to clean up Huawei will be properly evidenced.
Think about it, everyone, what does the United States want to do when illegally arresting Meng Wanzhou through Canada? It is neither because she is guilty nor because she is beautiful, but because she wants to fight against Huawei behind it. And use this as a breakthrough to completely solve the threat of Huawei and Chinese high-tech companies represented by Huawei to the US technological hegemony.
Regardless of whether it is moral or legal in Meng Wanzhou’s case, the United States and Canada have no reason to go anywhere. As the American media themselves said, the case of Meng Wanzhou is not a serious case even if it was charged by the US and Canada. A lot of taxpayers’ money will be wasted in the process of accusation. If the two parties can reach a guilty plea deal, it can also save a lot of administrative resources.
The U.S. had a good idea. Trump has failed to attack Huawei with a nationwide effort in recent years. He wanted to use such a plea deal to lure Meng Wanzhou into agreeing to an agreement that is extremely unfavorable to China and Huawei. As long as Meng Wanzhou is not confused, I believe he will never agree to such a framed and framed agreement. Because this is extremely detrimental to the Chinese government, which has been running for him, or to Huawei’s survival.
Just imagine, once Meng Wanzhou and the United States and Canada reached an agreement to admit part of the charges, the Chinese side would be very embarrassed. Because we have always believed that the mortgage of Meng Wanzhou by the United States and Canada is a shameful act of taking hostages, and we have dealt with and done a lot of work for this. If Meng Wanzhou reaches a plea agreement with the United States and Canada, it will have a negative impact on China’s image.
Even worse is Huawei. Over the years, the U.S. government has been pursuing and killing Huawei in the name of national security. Pompeo and his like are like mad dogs, completely disregarding the image of diplomats, working one country by one country to suppress Huawei. Now Huawei has reached a moment of life and death. In order to better survive, it also sold its mobile phone sub-brand-Honor. Once Meng Wanzhou agrees to reach a plea agreement with the United States and Canada, Washington will have more reasons to suppress Huawei, which will undoubtedly worsen the situation for Huawei.
In fact, we don’t have any more options than the US and Canada’s underworld approach. The only way is to fight back. In the trouble of Hong Kong, there are so many Americans doing things in it, so you might as well catch a few of them. Even if everyone wants to play, then everyone will play together.