美情报首长:中国是最严重威胁 未排除实验室病毒流出

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美国国家情报首长海恩斯14日出席联邦参议院情报委员会听证会。(路透)

美国国家情报首长、中央情报局(CIA)、联邦调查局(FBI)等情报机构首长,14日出席联邦参议院情报委员会听证会,指中国是「情报机构最重要优先要务」、是美国所面临的「最严重威胁」。

这场听证会讨论美国面临的一系列威胁,包括中国崛起、新冠肺炎(Covid-19)影响、乃至气候变迁等。国家情报首长海恩斯(Avril Haines)指出,中国对情报圈的优先性「无与伦比」,此话呼应了委员会主席、民主党籍议员华纳(Mark Warner)所言,指中共愈加著重削弱美国的科技领导地位和在亚洲的影响力,同时在南海等地施展更大影响力。

华纳说,「随著中国力量和地位崛起,中共已设法削弱美国的全球科技力量领先地位」,其所依赖的手段,既有「战略投资和传统间谍活动取得智慧财产」,也包括「现代化其传统和不对称军力,包括在网路和太空领域」。FBI每10小时就有与中国有关案件立案

联邦调查局(FBI)局长瑞伊(Christopher Wray)指出,FBI十分注重中国的威胁,为此平均每10小时就有一起有关中国的案件立案调查,他称北京是美国所面临「最严重威胁」。

共和党籍议员鲁比欧指出,美国面临的威胁,绝大多数都归于五大领域:中国、俄罗斯、伊朗、北韩和全球恐怖主义。

鲁比欧质询海恩斯有关疫情起源的最新调查进度,海恩斯表示,美国情报机关并不确切知道新冠肺炎最初是在何时、何地或者如何开始传播的,目前的调查聚焦两大理论:一是透过接触受感染动物,自然传染给人类,另一是实验室意外造成,情报机关还在调查武汉实验室意外是否是疫情源头,并强调目前尚无病毒从动物传染给人类的证据。

中央情报局(CIA)局长伯恩斯(William Burns)说,「中国领导阶层在与世界卫生组织合作(调查)上,在提供原始完整资料上并不十分坦率或者透明」。

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standardpoodle
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不是2019年11月你们就预警以色列中国要爆发了吗?
说真的
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对抗中国,现在是民意。民意不可违。
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standardpoodle
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Intelligence report warned of coronavirus crisis as early as November: Sources https://abcnews.go.com/Politics/intelligence-report-warned-coronavirus-crisis-early-november-sources/story?id=70031273 As far back as late November, U.S. intelligence officials were warning that a contagion was sweeping through China’s Wuhan region, changing the patterns of life and business and posing a threat to the population, according to four sources briefed on the secret reporting. Concerns about what is now known to be the novel coronavirus pandemic were detailed in a November intelligence report by the military's National Center for Medical Intelligence (NCMI), according to two officials familiar with the document’s contents. The report was the result of analysis of wire and computer intercepts, coupled with satellite images. It raised alarms because an out-of-control disease would pose a serious threat to U.S. forces in Asia -- forces that depend on the NCMI’s work. And it paints a picture of an American government that could have ramped up mitigation and containment efforts far earlier to prepare for a crisis poised to come home. "Analysts concluded it could be a cataclysmic event," one of the sources said of the NCMI’s report. "It was then briefed multiple times to" the Defense Intelligence Agency, the Pentagon’s Joint Staff and the White House. Wednesday night, the Pentagon issued a statement denying the "product/assessment" existed. MORE: CDC director downplays coronavirus models, says death toll will be 'much lower' than projected From that warning in November, the sources described repeated briefings through December for policy-makers and decision-makers across the federal government as well as the National Security Council at the White House. All of that culminated with a detailed explanation of the problem that appeared in the President’s Daily Brief of intelligence matters in early January, the sources said. For something to have appeared in the PDB, it would have had to go through weeks of vetting and analysis, according to people who have worked on presidential briefings in both Republican and Democratic administrations. "The timeline of the intel side of this may be further back than we’re discussing," the source said of preliminary reports from Wuhan. "But this was definitely being briefed beginning at the end of November as something the military needed to take a posture on." Tune into ABC at 1 p.m. ET and ABC News Live at 4 p.m. ET every weekday for special coverage of the novel coronavirus with the full ABC News team, including the latest news, context and analysis. PHOTO: Ambulance medical staff arrive at Wuhan Red Cross Hospital with an elderly woman, who recovered from COVID-19, at Wuhan in China's central Hubei province, March 30, 2020. AFP via Getty Images, FILEAFP via Getty Images, FILE Ambulance medical staff arrive at Wuhan Red Cross Hospital with an elderly woman, who recove... The NCMI report was made available widely to people authorized to access intelligence community alerts. Following the report’s release, other intelligence community bulletins began circulating through confidential channels across the government around Thanksgiving, the sources said. Those analyses said China’s leadership knew the epidemic was out of control even as it kept such crucial information from foreign governments and public health agencies. "It would be a significant alarm that would have been set off by this," former Deputy Assistant Defense Secretary Mick Mulroy, now an ABC News contributor, said of the NCMI report. "And it would have been something that would be followed up by literally every intelligence-collection agency." Mulroy, who previously served as a senior official at the CIA, said NCMI does serious work that senior government leaders do not ignore. "Medical intelligence takes into account all source information -- imagery intelligence, human intelligence, signals intelligence," said Mulroy, who hasn't seen the reporting. "Then there’s analysis by people who know those specific areas. So for something like this to have come out, it has been reviewed by experts in the field. They’re taking together what those pieces of information mean and then looking at the potential for an international health crisis." MORE: Trump abruptly removes inspector general named to oversee $2T in stimulus spending NCMI is a component of the Pentagon's Defense Intelligence Agency. Together, the agencies’ core responsibilities are to ensure U.S. military forces have the information they need to carry out their missions -- both offensively and defensively. It is a critical priority for the Pentagon to keep American service members healthy on deployments. Asked about the November warning last Sunday on ABC’s "This Week," Defense Secretary Mark Esper told Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos, "I can't recall, George. But we have many people who watch this closely. We have the premier infectious disease research institute in America, within the United States Army. So, our people who work these issues directly watch this all the time." Pressing the secretary, Stephanopoulos asked, "So, you would have known if there was briefed to the National Security Council in December, wouldn't you?" Esper said, "Yes. I'm not aware of that." [email protected]: "Did the Pentagon receive an intelligence assessment on COVID in China last November from the National Center for Medical Intelligence?"Defense Sec. Mark Esper: "I can’t recall, George, but we have many people that watch this closely." https://t.co/d9XlhTygln pic.twitter.com/E89i7DjF4t — ABC News (@ABC) April 5, 2020 The Pentagon did not comment Tuesday, but on Wednesday evening following the publication of this report, the Defense Department provided a statement from Col. R. Shane Day, Director of the NCMI. "As a matter of practice the National Center for Medical Intelligence does not comment publicly on specific intelligence matters. However, in the interest of transparency during this current public health crisis, we can confirm that media reporting about the existence/release of a National Center for Medical Intelligence Coronavirus-related product/assessment in November of 2019 is not correct. No such NCMI product exists," the statement said. The White House National Security Council and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence declined to comment. Critics have charged the Trump administration with being flat-footed and late in its response to a pandemic that, after sweeping through Wuhan and then parts of Europe, has now killed more than 12,000 in the U.S. For his part, President Donald Trump has alternated between taking credit for early action and claiming that the coronavirus was a surprise to him and everyone else. He has repeatedly touted his Jan. 31 decision to restrict air travel with China, but at the same time, he spent weeks telling the public and top administration officials that there was nothing for Americans to fear. On Jan. 22, for instance, Trump made his first comments about the virus when asked in a CNBC interview, "Are there worries about a pandemic at this point?" The president responded, "No. Not at all. And we have it totally under control. It’s one person coming in from China, and we have it under control. It’s going to be just fine." PHOTO: Passengers wear facemasks as they form a queue at the Wuhan Wuchang Railway Station in Wuhan, early April 8, 2020, as they prepare to leave the city in China's central Hubei province. Noel Celis/AFP via Getty ImagesNoel Celis/AFP via Getty Images Passengers wear facemasks as they form a queue at the Wuhan Wuchang Railway Station in Wu... As late as Feb. 19, Trump was offering positive reviews for the way China’s leaders had handled the coronavirus. "I'm confident that they're trying very hard," Trump told an interviewer from Fox 10 in Phoenix. "They're working it -- they built, they built a hospital in seven days, and now they're building another one. I think it's going to work out fine." It was not until March 13 when Trump declared a national emergency and mobilized the vast resources of the federal government to help public-health agencies deal with the crisis that was poised to crash on to the homeland. Editor's Picks Calls to US helpline jump 891%, as White House is warned of mental health crisis Medical supplies donated by China and its companies are unloaded from an airplane in Belgrade, Serbia, March 26, 2020. US works to assure allies, deny allegations of seizing supplies in 'mask wars' An empty queue at pre-security at the nearly empty San Francisco International Airport, due to the outbreak of coronavirus and COVID-19, in San Francisco, Calif., April 6, 2020. The number of people flying has significantly dropped as airlines are forced to reduced routes and cancel flights due to coronavirus restrictions. Disaster in motion: Where flights from coronavirus-ravaged countries landed in US If it were true that America’s spy agencies were caught that off guard, one intelligence official told ABC News, "that would be a massive intel failure on the order of 9/11. But it wasn’t. They had the intelligence." ABC News contributor John Cohen, who used to oversee intelligence operations at the Department of Homeland Security, said even the best information would be of no use if officials do not act on it. "When responding to a public health crisis or any other serious security threat, it is critical that our leaders react quickly and take steps to address the threat identified in the intelligence reporting," said Cohen, the former acting undersecretary of DHS. "It’s not surprising to me that the intelligence community detected the outbreak; what is surprising and disappointing is that the White House ignored the clear warning signs, failed to follow established pandemic response protocols and were slow to put in place a government-wide effort to respond to this crisis." ABC News' Katherine Faulders, Luis Martinez and Terrance Smith contributed to this report.
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standardpoodle
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有没有人能够解释,中国在2019年11月还没有发现COVID-19病例,美国怎的就知道在武汉要爆发 a contagion was sweeping through China’s Wuhan region, changing the patterns of life and business and posing a threat to the population
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lostman
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之所以死活都要否认,因为一旦坐实实验室,就违反生物武器公约,面临前所未有的索赔和世界性的制裁,同时世界上在没有一个国家信任
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size0
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中国也许真该秘密调查是否美国2019年10月在武汉投毒。。。。。
何处是归乡
7 楼
这不是废话吗,你能排除吗?你能排除哪个实验室,除非你能确定就是怎么产生的
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size0
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不用贸易战,也无需实战,只要找到病毒源头的证据,就能把对手干趴下了。
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tudoutudou99
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西方人死脑筋讲证据,中共只要销毁证据,拒不配合,老外就没啥招。病毒虽然没标明武毒所荣誉出品,基本上99%肯定是。如果中共无法自证清白,就应该判定有罪。
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Simiguy
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中国也应该做调查,然后装模作样地说,不排出美军投毒可能,和美生物实验室制造病毒可能。
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Robinlu
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病毒必须得来自中国, 调查也必须得到美国满意的结论, 无论谁来调查! 否则老美会带着小弟们永远在喊 ”不可接受“ !
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Simiguy
12 楼
楼下应该相应发言,如果美国美军不能自证清白,就应该判有罪
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standardpoodle
13 楼
TRUMP下令投毒是最有动机和最值得追查的。。。当然,这个只是OPINION,也许永远无法被证实。 1,贸易战没让中国屈服,这可是睚眦必报的小人,看他对Mitch Mcconnell和 Mike Pence对报复; 2,他喜欢背后搞一些小动作,看伊朗军头的暗杀; 3,从他对新冠的一切尽在掌握之中的那种姿态; 4,他和全家得新冠后很快就被治愈; 5,当初军运会有所谓的疟疾病人,也用hydroxychloroquine,其后一直被TRUMP推崇的。 。。。。 太多的疑问了,特别是这个2019年11月,美国就知道中国武汉地区要爆发传染病。。。
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zzbb-bzbz
14 楼
美国不退出WHO,可能更有发言权,也不显得那么心虚。
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zzbb-bzbz
15 楼
美国不退出禁止生化武器公约,可能更有发言权,也不显得那么心虚。
大舅老爷
16 楼
病毒100%中共制造,石正丽是中间宿主。
十年梦
17 楼
standardpoodle, 你说的没错,但城里那些没心没肺的二鬼子睁眼说瞎话,永远不敢说是他们美爹放的毒。
阳光绿水
18 楼
亚裔由于川普病毒被歧视,其中有那么几个会写中国字的人,被歧视的痛快,跪求歧视。天天自己打自己耳光,污蔑自己的祖宗 自己的血脉。希望亚裔蔑视和打击这种 low 和贱的渣子。希望亚裔的孩子们有更种族公平的将来。
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tryyyyyy
19 楼
病毒外壳上写有秃头标记
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roliepolieolie
20 楼
只要抓住石正丽,一审问,她就会把她如何研制病毒,又是如何泄露出武毒所的来龙去脉一五一十地交代。
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Panda44
21 楼
现在不反华似乎不能晋升。
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Fireview
22 楼
毫无疑问,这次疫情,就是美国企图对中国发动的生化战,贸易战,各种制栽无法让中国屈服,才用这种方式,以为中国人口密集,一定会大爆发,引起中国大乱,动摇中共统治,没想中国全国一条心。美国自己反而漏了进去。善有善报 恶有恶报。
湾区范儿
23 楼
现在不把国内矛盾引向美帝,中国这个高压锅就要炸了。楼下造谣说什么美国对中国发动生化战,我看是因为美国对中共启动了贸易战和各种制裁,中国走投无路,只能用下三滥的生化战来抵挡,没想到武汉死了那么多人,还使得全球都认识了中共的伎俩。
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Fireview
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楼下,国内矛盾多的是美国吧,大选舞弊,种族歧视,所以美国才把矛盾引向中国。而且只有美军才有生化武器基地,退出公约呀
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standardpoodle
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standardpoodle
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你嘛的,还中国来生化战了,中国有那个能力制造个新病毒?不是一卡脖子就翻白眼的主吗?再说了,也没有这么个战法,先自损一万,把自己弄个半死不活的,还不知道能否传到美国,伤到敌人? --------------- 湾区范儿 发表评论于 2021-04-14 13:18:51 现在不把国内矛盾引向美帝,中国这个高压锅就要炸了。楼下造谣说什么美国对中国发动生化战,我看是因为美国对中共启动了贸易战和各种制裁,中国走投无路,只能用下三滥的生化战来抵挡,没想到武汉死了那么多人,还使得全球都认识了中共的伎俩。
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rrrd
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讲了年多了,屁证据都没给出来,连卫星看到医院停车多了,都算上了,连上坟人多了,也算上,只能说是猜想。
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fll2012
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美国一直都是这么蠢,养了拉登,结果炸了纽约,养肥中共,这会连小命也危险
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teddy153153
29 楼
美国的相当多的关于中国的政策绝对受到轮子误导
阳光绿水
30 楼
哟 个别湾蛆的发言满是蛆臭味,中国走投无路 你就有路走了?你以为你是美国人?笑话。在白右眼里你永远是那个被他们及你自己歧视的的中国人,跪久了 站起来走走吧。良知是好东西!
正人伪君子
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楼下,现在美国是白左当家。你以为美国白右说了算呀。美国黄左还叫他们白垃圾呢。你可以笑掉大牙,人家也还是美国人。