ically possible, it does not make any sense from a commercial or political point of view.
Such a practice would be tantamount to suicide for a high-tech giant. If the Chinese governme
nt forced Huawei to do this, it would be stifling the country’s emerging industries. But intelligence can
not be mentioned in the same breath as Huawei’s contribution to China’s industrial prosperity and national interests.
Hyping the alleged Huawei threat has violated the basic spirit of seeking truth from facts. The West is prioritizing ide
ology and considering excluding China as political correctness. Many people in Europe are aware of the lies, but
still beating the drum for a certain value orientation rather than conducting an objective analysis.
The world is changing, and if Europe keeps prioritizing ideology and political correctness in dealing with every new situation, that would be dangerous.
What Europe needs is not only the ability to distinguish between right and wrong, but also the co
urage to make its own independent choices. Europe’s cooperation with Huawei on construction of a 4G
network is already an established fact, but it seems now that beneficial collaboration has become one of the biggest risks.
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