John Kerry, wife own $1 million stake in Chinese investment group involved in human rights abuses

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Special climate envoy John Kerry and his wife reportedly have at least $1 million invested with a group that is a major funder of the Chinese artificial intelligence sector.

The company with which the Kerrys are invested is called Hillhouse China Value Fund L.P., which is a top shareholder in YITU Technology, a firm that has been blacklisted by the United States for human rights abuses against the Uyghur people, according to the Washington Free Beacon.

YITU is involved with the project that helped develop a facial recognition and surveillance program for the Chinese government that identifies individuals by race and ethnicity. 

As climate envoy, he has been involved in a number of diplomatic discussions with China – the world’s foremost producer of greenhouse gases.

The Chinese government recently set a goal of becoming the global leader in artificial intelligence by the start of the next decade. U.S. military and national security experts have expressed concern that the country is using AI technology to exert control over dissidents and persecuted groups within their borders.  more

6 Comments on John Kerry, wife own $1 million stake in Chinese investment group involved in human rights abuses

  1. and, as Howie Carr often says- ‘that would be his second wife’s first husband’s money.’ kerry really is a slimeball, isn’t he.

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