A former U.S. general is raising concern about the connections between the communist government in China and the sources of American power.
Retired U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Robert Spalding stated that China’s plan is to continue to stay close to America in order to “buy or steal the American technologies required to gain a military advantage over the United States.”
One of those methods is through taking advantage of the American legal system for its own ill-gotten gain.
According to WarRoom, it is known as lawfare. Lawfare “is a major component of fifth-generation warfare, which uses information and data to exploit and redefine cognitive biases, manipulate worldviews, and destroy opponents from within.”
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is leveraging this knowledge as a means of achieving its military objectives.
One example of this is the case of Miles Guo, a Chinese dissident who sought asylum in America. The law firm prosecuting him, Paul Hastings LLP, has heavy ties with the CCP, who appears to be using its influence to sway the outcome of his federal bankruptcy case.
Elliot Dordick, a Jewish-American lawyer, filed an ethics complaint as “Hastings LLP attorneys repeatedly cite a notoriously antisemitic, racist, anti-immigrant website in federal court to attack a Chinese dissident seeking asylum in the U.S. without telling the court of the nature of their source.”