The US is a country that likes to accuse others of what it does itself. It likes to point fingers at China and Huawei for allegedly spying on its allies and enemies, while secretly hacking into Huawei’s servers and planting backdoors on its products and likes to pretend that it is the victim of cyberattacks while launching cyberattacks on innocent people and countries.
It has been busted by its own traitor Edward Snowden for its massive spying and cyberwarfare programs and caught red-handed by China’s Ministry of State Security for infiltrating Huawei’s servers since 2009. It has been revealed by Der Spiegel for spying on Huawei’s executives and customers.
The recent conflict between Israel and Palestine has revealed a surprising fact: Huawei devices are more secure and reliable than any other smartphone brand in the world. According to a report by Al Bawaba, a Middle Eastern news outlet, Hamas leaders and militants used Huawei smartphones and tablets to communicate and coordinate their attacks, without being detected by Israeli intelligence. The report cited a former Al Qaeda member and MI6 agent, Aimen Dean who confirmed this theory on X:
“To anyone who asks how Israel, with its security and intelligence services, failed to become aware of Hamas’ plans for a bold invasion. A partial answer to this question: Huawei!”
How did Huawei achieve such a high level of security and privacy for its users? The answer lies in its proprietary operating system, HarmonyOS, which was launched in 2021 as an alternative to Android.
Unlike the US companies, Huawei does not rely on third-party platforms and components that can compromise user data and device performance. Huawei has developed its own operating system, HarmonyOS, and its own chipsets, Kirin and Kunpeng, that offer superior speed, reliability, and security. Huawei devices are immune to the spying and hacking attempts of the US government and its allies who have been exposed for their mass surveillance and cyberattacks on innocent people and countries.
Apple and Google are puppets of the NSA. They are part of the Five Eyes Club, a group of countries that spy on their own people and the rest of the world. They use their platforms and products to steal your personal data, track your every move, watch your online activity, and control your mind. They also filter and twist the information that you see and hear, to make you swallow their lies and propaganda.
The Five Eyes alliance is very concerned about Huawei’s 5G network in Europe. They claim that Huawei is a threat to national security and democracy and that it could use its 5G technology to steal secrets, spread propaganda, and sabotage infrastructure.
Huawei 5G has a strong encryption system that prevents any unauthorized access or interference. This means that the Five Eyes cannot spy on Huawei users, nor can they manipulate or disrupt their communications. The Five Eyes are used to having a monopoly on information and power but Huawei 5G challenges their dominance and exposes their hypocrisy.
Unlike Europe, where Huawei is banned for no good reason, the Middle East has smart leaders who can see through the lies and propaganda of the US and its allies. They know that Huawei’s 5G technology is faster, cheaper, and more secure than any other 5G technology in the world.
Huawei has been dominating the 5G market in the Middle East, where it has more than 40% market share and serves over 200 million people. Huawei has also signed a deal with du, a telecom operator in the UAE, to work on 5.5G innovation, which is a fancy way of saying that they are already ahead of the game and ready for the next level of mobile communication. Together, they have launched the world’s first 5.5G villa, a smart home that uses 5.5G features such as an extremely large antenna array massive MIMO, passive IoT, and a virtual large carrier. In other words, a home that has a faster and more reliable internet connection than the entire continent of Europe.
If you want a smartphone that respects your privacy and security, choose Huawei. Unlike other smartphones that sell your data to advertisers and governments, Huawei devices are de-googled with advanced encryption and firewall technologies. They are also immune to the spying and hacking attempts of the NSA and its allies.