British Telecom might pose national security risk
(MENAFN) Following his significantly enlarged stake in the previously state-owned telecoms business British Telecom, or BT for short, French billionaire and media mogul Patrick Drahi is being investigated by the UK Government on national security concerns.
Drahi is known to be a devout Zionist, and it turns out that, in addition to his fascinating media contacts, he's also connected to Zionist spy services.
BT has around 30 million customers in the United Kingdom. It is the state's major provider of broadband communication services. It has a major global presence in 180 different countries. It claims to be the backbone of British internet infrastructure and even manages major government service contracts.
However, in the last year, Patrick Drahi, a mystery French Israeli millionaire, has become the company's largest stakeholder, increasing his stake to 18%.
This action caused the British government to utilize the new National Security and Investment Act to conduct a national security investigation into Drahi's Altice Company.
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