VOA interviewed former U.S. Under Secretary of State, Nobel Peace Prize nominee, and Silicon Valley CEO Keith Krach, focusing on the U.S.-China economic and trade technology war and the CCP’s totalitarian threat. Krach, who is known as the driving force behind the “Chip Act”, believes that after the U.S. government imposed a ban on Huawei and focused on the dangers of TikTok, the next step should be to join forces with Silicon Valley technology companies to drill holes in China’s Great Firewall, so that the truth that is not subject to scrutiny The news spread to China, and sanctions were imposed on the three largest and most important companies supporting the PLA’s artificial intelligence project and assisting the CCP in state surveillance: Tencent, Alibaba, and Baidu. Krach, who once created the legend of Silicon Valley and visited China in the 1980s, and is now included in the CCP’s sanctions list, also shared his personal story in an exclusive interview, emphasizing that the Chinese people have had enough of Xi Jinping, and the era of wishful thinking for the CCP in the United States is over. It’s time to take off the rose-colored glasses and see the true face of the CCP.
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