Not from the C.I.A. (means Central Intelligence Agency) Report…Not from the N.S.A. (means National Security Agency) Report…not from Obama (the thing that was never vetted by the F.B.I. with SSN: 042-68-4425 and documents signed by Pelosi and McAuliffe)…not from Hillary Clinton’s and John Kerry’s State Department for a reason, but a report from the Pentagon fore a reason.
What is the D.O.J. and the F.B.I. covering up?
Our Counter-Intelligence System IS broken because it was sabotaged. SUA has primary source intel showing how America and our Intelligence Apparatus have been hijacked, held hostage and extorted by the Deep State for years.
Pentagon report accuses China of trying to undermine US defense industry
By Joshua Berlinger and Ryan Browne
(CNN)The Pentagon released a report Friday accusing China of seeking to undermine the US military’s industrial base, the latest in a series of US jabs at Beijing.
One of the most pressing concerns is Beijing’s control over the supply of critical technologies and materials, which could pose a significant risk to US industries that are vital to national security, the report said.
Analysts in Washington have long warned that Beijing could exploit the US military and defense manufacturers’ reliance on China, which from 2013 to 2016, accounted for 78% of all rare earth imports into the US.
“Diversifying away from complete dependency on sources of supply in politically unstable countries who may cut off US access” is one of the report’s central recommendations.
“A core threat to the American industrial base comes from China,” White House Trade Adviser Peter Navarro wrote in an opinion piece for The New York Times discussing the year-long study.
“The broader goal, as the report makes clear, is to ‘diversify away from complete dependency on sources of supply in politically unstable countries who may cut off US access,'” he added.
The Trump administration plans to address supply bottlenecks and potential failure points using the same strategy employed during the Cold War and World War II — pumping millions of dollars into US companies that produce items critical to the US military, like high-performance aluminum, steel, tungsten and carbon fibers.
The funds will “address critical bottlenecks, support fragile suppliers, and mitigate single points-of-failure,” according to the report.
Defense officials said that one such investment will include a $250 million increase for small and medium manufacturers in the submarine supply chain.
The commitments fall in line with President Trump’s campaign promise to invest more in domestic manufacturing jobs and rely less on trade with China.
The report comes amid a rapidly deteriorating relationship between the United States and China, fueled in part by the ongoing trade war between the world’s two biggest economies.