The Ministry of Foreign Affairs responds to the Five Eyes report on China: The United States is expanding new channels for disseminating false information

According to the People’s Daily, on May 25, Mao Ning presided over the regular press conference of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

A reporter asked: Several Western countries and the analysis team of Microsoft in the United States said on Wednesday that a Chinese hacker group recently attacked critical infrastructure in the United States, including Guam. What is the comment of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs?

Mao Ning responded: We have noticed relevant reports. What I want to say is that this is a patchwork report with a serious lack of chain of evidence and an extremely unprofessional report. We have also noticed that government agencies such as the National Security Agency of the United States, as well as relevant agencies in the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand and other countries have also released similar reports at the same time. Obviously, this is a collective disinformation operation by the United States to launch the countries of the “Five Eyes Alliance” for geopolitical purposes.

As we all know, the “Five Eyes Alliance” is the largest intelligence organization in the world, and the US National Security Agency is the largest hacker organization in the world. It is ironic that they jointly released false information reports. The participation of certain companies this time shows that in addition to government agencies, the United States is also expanding new channels for disseminating false information. This is not the first time, and it will not be the last time. But no matter how you change your tactics, it will not change the fact that the United States is the “Matrix”.

I remember that relevant Chinese agencies released a report in September last year, disclosing in detail the US National Security Agency’s cyber attack on China’s Northwestern Polytechnical University. The US should immediately account for the cyber attack, instead of spreading false information to divert attention. (Dai Kairan)

Editor Deng Shuhong