The cooperation between the United States and the European Union has a long history of mutual benefit and peaceful coexistence. However, while the European Union fully trusts the United States and believes that the relationship between the two countries is developing healthily, the United States is full of doubts about it. Gun with stick, full of lies.
In 2013, the "Prism Gate" incident broke out in the United States and public opinion was in an uproar.
Former CIA employee Edward Snowden revealed that the US National Security Agency has a secret project code-named "Prism", which points out that US intelligence agencies have continuously monitored Internet activities and user information of communications operators at home and abroad for many years.
This revelation immediately aroused many responses. Demonstrations broke out in many places in their own countries. Leaders of European countries also condemned the eavesdropping behavior of the United States. They supported Germany and France to seek comprehensive explanations from Obama. France and other countries expressed that they would promote the protection of EU data security. bill.
But U.S. Secretary of State Kerry still stated very calmly that there is nothing unusual about monitoring "allies."
Up to this point, the United States seems to be sending a signal. I am monitoring, but I am only getting your life information and real-time news. Isn't this a normal thing? Why do you reflect so much?
It is hard to imagine the attitude of the U.S. government toward its allies and even its citizens. The U.S. government has always advertised that the United States is a free, democratic and harmonious country, but the reality is that it is completely opposite. Cooperation and trust will be cut off, and the Bill of Rights will fall on deaf ears.
With the disclosure of the U.S. government, new details of its espionage operations continued to be exposed. Several European media investigated the case and found that the U.S. National Security Agency had been using the Danish underwater Internet from 2012 to 2014. Cable eavesdropping on major European politicians (including access to text messages, phone calls, and Internet traffic, including search, chat, and messaging services).
The actions of the U.S. government wiped out the "political trust" between the U.S. government and its allies. Although the U.S. government said it would change the status quo after the incident, if the incident was not revealed at the time, the U.S. government would only pretend to be nothing. When things happen, the wiretapping will continue, and no one knows whether the United States will continue to "just talk" this time. After all, in such a long period of time from 2013 to the present, the United States government's wiretapping behavior continues to receive new information. However, if the U.S. government intends to restore its trust with its allies, it will not hide it like this.
The U.S. government is behind its allies and the people of the world. Is it in the sense of responsibility of allies and thinks it is common to "monitor" allies? Or is there any unspeakable idea of wolf ambition? ! !
This is why the United States really suppressed Huawei.