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China Opening Overseas Police Stations to Monitor Citizens

With the current political climate in both the United States and Canada, this report should not be shocking to any sensible person who pays a bit of attention to the attacks on individual freedom within both of these countries. It's still chilling to think that Communist China is continuing to undermine territorial integrity throughout the world.

As stated in The New York Post, China has established dozens of “overseas police service stations” all over the world to oversee its citizens who live in other countries, with one of them being in New York City and three in Toronto. The never-learning Europe is the home of the majority of police stations, with stations located in London, Amsterdam, Prague, Budapest, Paris, Madrid and Frankfurt. All in all, there are 54 stations like this in 30 countries.

In the meantime, the uncompromising ChiCom leader Xi Jinping undoubtedly continues to be amazed as the ridiculous continues to play out across a variety of international horizons.

In the document, China is working to “combat the growing issue of fraud and telecommunication fraud by Chinese nationals living abroad,” and is conducting operations that have led to 230,000 Chinese citizens getting ” persuaded to return” to China “voluntarily” over the last year in order to be subject to criminal charges.

Certainly no threats to the families of these individuals were made explicitly or implicitly.

A report by the European non-governmental organization Safeguard Defenders, which was titled “110 Overseas: Chinese Transnational Policing Gone Wild,” claimed that the actions are in violation of international law and all human rights.

These actions eschew the official bilateral police and judicial cooperation, and are in violation of the rule of law in the world and could violate the territorial integrity of third countries participating in the establishment of the parallel police force by employing unconstitutional methods.

As these activities continue to grow as new systems are being set in place, it is clear that those countries that are governed by guidelines set forth by the universal human rights treaty and law enforcement must urgently to examine these practices in order to determine the (local) players at work as well as to mitigate the risks and protect the increasing number of victims.

President Joe Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau were not available for comment, and there was no confirmation that the two “leaders” were too busy trying to further violate or deprive rights guaranteed by the Constitution of their law-abiding citizens. (Sarcasm, of course). 

According to the report, the Communist Chinese government, of course, says that these stations provide essential services for its citizens in other countries, but the report reveals that a lot of these services are typically handled by an overseas Embassy. According to the report, the stations have been used to boost China's capabilities to enforce laws overseas which could be in breach of international law.

The report outlines the violations of human rights that are associated with the stations, such as the use of intimidation and harassment techniques. They also serve as propaganda hubs that are used by China. However, they're permitted to operate within U.S. soil with impunity.

In the end, the Safeguard Defenders report calls on the countries affected to urgently investigate the stations -Another “duh.”

As these activities continue to evolve as new systems are put in place, it is clear that those countries that are governed by guidelines set forth by the universal human rights treaty and law enforcement are urgently required to examine these practices in order to discover the (local) players at work as well as to mitigate the risks and protect the increasing number of victims.

This is the important question: why is China, in the United States, the principal obstacle for China's frequently-described aim of dominating the global economy, being permitted to run an unconstitutional Chinese police station in New York City? Why isn't U.S. media all over this story and asking these questions of the White House? Other than CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times and The Washington Post, that is.

No idea. But, President Biden has promised us China isn't going to ” eat our lunch, c'mon, man.”

What meal will China take tomorrow, Joe?

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