Update on China’s Spying and Cheating


Communist China is moving rapidly to take over the vaccine market, and I wonder if U.S. parents are willing to inject their kids with Chinese vaccines. Chinese cough syrup killed 93 people in Central America in 2007. At least 81 U.S. deaths in 2008 were caused by Heparin, a Chinese-made blood thinner widely used in surgery. Most Americans are not aware that an increasing percentage of prescription drugs and vaccines are manufactured in Communist China and sold by U.S. pharmacies.

An expert on Chinese health at the Council on Foreign Relations, Yanzhong Huang, explained the difference between Chinese and U.S. medicine safety. U.S. vaccines are kept safe by supporting institutions such as “the market economy, democracy, media monitoring, civil society, and a business ethics code,” plus inspections and regulations, severe punishments for violators, and lawsuits by trial lawyers. China doesn’t tolerate any of those safety precautions.

China has a large pool of potential spies among Chinese immigrants to the United States and among the unprecedented number of Chinese graduate students attending U.S. universities. Here is how China’s spying and cheating works.

DuPont had built a $17 billion-a-year industry selling a product called “Titanium white,” which makes dozens of commonplace items white, from toothpaste to plastics to paint. China tried to buy the process from DuPont, but DuPont wouldn’t sell its 70-year-old business. So the Communist Chinese just stole it, using a Chinese immigrant, Tze Chao, who worked for DuPont as an engineer. After his arrest, he explained that the Chinese, “in asking me to provide DuPont trade secrets to them, overtly appealed to my Chinese ethnicity and asked me to work for the good of the PRC.”

Contributing Editor, Phyllis Schlafly, is the Founder and President of Eagle Forum, a national radio show host, and a best-selling author.

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