The shadow of China consulate in Houston
Posted on July 23, 2020 Hoa Truong Posted in Published Articles
On July 22, 2020, the US government orders to close China’s Consulate at Houston that deals to protect American intellectual property. The Consulate of China’s communist regime in Houston, Texas is among the important consulate offices in the US. China has four Consulate-General offices founded in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston. All are under the command of China’s embassy in Washington D.C.
Houston Consulate office established in 1979, China’s communist government has exploited the diplomatic relations for the spy mission, stolen technology, support the espionage network and other functions. Houston Consulate General employed about 60 diplomats and the high profiles of China’s foreign ministry. The incident causes China’s anger, therefore, the US government must act to protect the national interest, the US State Department released the statement “The United States will not tolerate the PRC’s violations of our sovereignty and intimidation of our people, just as we have not tolerated the PRC’s unfair trade practices, theft of American jobs, and other egregious behavior.”. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said:” When they don’t, we’re going to take actions that protect the American people, protect our security, our national security, and also protect our economy and jobs”. China’s consulate office in Houston burned the documents that prove its office violated the law, they destroyed the evidence, the firefighter arrived.
Vietnam’s communist and China’s communist government are the close comrades. Nevertheless, after North Vietnam breached the treaties were Geneva signed on July 20, 1954, and Paris Peace Accords signed on January 27, 1973, the last invasion attempted on April 30, 1975, Vietcong claimed the unpredictable victory and the ruthless regime in Hanoi established the diplomatic relations with the US, so Hanoi’s regime had Consulate-General in Houston. Possibly, Vietnam and China are the same, the diplomatic officers deeply related and sharing intelligence. In the US, a Vietnamese refugee’s turncoat is Hoang Duy Hung or Aloysius Hoang and AL Hoang born in 1962 in Vietnam, his father was a member of the South Vietnam Army, now he lives in Houston, Texas. Mr. Al Hoang and family fled from Vietnam after Saigon failed into the hand of a communist on April 30, 1975. Al Hoang arrived at the US under the political refugee’s criteria when he was 13 years old, he studied and graduated lawyer. He became a councilor of Houston, Texas on December 12, 2009. Therefore, Mr. Al Hoang attempted the cahoot with Mr. Nguyễn Thanh Sơn who is Deputy Minister of Vietnam Foreign affairs. Nevertheless, the incident has started since Mr. Al Hoang held Councilor. Despite the Vietnamese refugee overseas strongly reacted but Mr. Al Hoang ignored and snubbed, almost, the Vietnamese refugee oppose the communist. Moreover, Deputy Foreign Minister of Socialist Republic of Vietnam Nguyễn Thanh Sơn who also commissions the chief of State Committee for Overseas Vietnamese, this Vietnam communist agency activates the spying mission into the Vietnamese community overseas including the US and the over countries. The Vietnam embassy and Consulate General are the hubs of espionage overseas, so the secretly deal occurred between Al Hoang and Deputy Foreign Minister Nguyen Thanh Son could affect the US national security and the Vietnamese overseas being complicated. After the Soviet Union collapsed from early 1990, Vietnam communist lined up under the leading of the old comrade and Vietnam became the close vassal of China, so Vietnam and China could share the intelligence. Moreover, China activates on spying including cyber, so the case of Al Hoang and Deputy Foreign Minister should link to the intelligence in the US soil.
March 2013, he came back safe from where he escaped finding the freedom, nevertheless, Mr. Al Hoang publicized to join the Vietnam Communist party after he returned to Vietnam. Mr. Al Hoang could carry out the espionage mission of the Vietnam communist regime, he was not refugee anymore. The betrayal of Mr. Al Hoang cost his councilor, he lost the election in 2013 because the Vietnamese refugee in Houston boycotted. However, Al Hoang agitated the” backdoor” of Republicans in Texas, he became the candidate of electorate 149 in the state election 2014, therefore, he lost the election by Democratic candidate Hubert Vo 45-55%. If Mr. Al Hoang elected, he should serve for Vietnam communities as an undercover activist in the US government. Nevertheless, in the election 2014, Mr. Al Hoang applied the lawsuit defamation against Mr. Nguyễn Đạt Thịnh at 215th District Court, Harris County, Texas. The lawsuit exposed a voter reacted to the candidate, so lawyer Al Hoang lost the case, the court ordered Al Hoang must pay $USD 5,000 for legal fees. The case of Al Hoang should meet the US national security concern Mr. Al Hoang breached the US law, he became a member of Vietnam communist party while living in the US soil and resettled under the political refugee’s scheme. Mr. Al Hoang received law doctor degree from Thurgood Marshall School of Law in Texas (Vietnamese people in the US believe he lies)
The US government may watch out Mr. Al Hoang who deeply related to Vietnam’s consulate-general during he was holding a counselor in Houston, he visited Vietnam and China’s consulate many times. Moreover, Mr. Al Hoang became a member of the Vietnam Communist Party./.