ER Editor: Page 21 of the Safeguard Defenders report lists the cities within the European countries, the US and Canada, where these ‘police stations’, based on certain provincial police forces within China (Fuzhou & Qingtian), can be found.
(Fuzhou is a large city in Fujian province across the water from Taiwan; Qingtian is not far away on the Chinese mainland. This story may be connected to Taiwan, but Epoch Times is not telling us this. Taiwan has similar status for the deep state to Ukraine.)
We believe the picture may be a bit more complicated than we’re led to believe. It is clear browsing the Safeguard report that this is China’s way to fight corruption and fraud among its OWN people, who may use international destinations to escape accountability. But obviously there may be more going on than that. It does seem rather creepy that governments such as China’s are in other countries actively surveilling their citizens, but we know from personal experience that western governments do this, too. See our geography comment above: perhaps there is a Taiwan element here.
Epoch Times, while rightly calling out China for various things, is also believed to be an arm of the US State Department. Which means it may be a tool of the Western Deep State. In which case, anything ‘Chinese’ is rolled into one ‘bad’ thing. Hu Jintao was believed to be one of their boys, taken care of publicly by Xi, who is allegedly cleaning up the western D.S. presence in China. Hu was known to work on behalf of Rothschild interests, according to Benjamin Fulford. China is not one thing, in other words.
It is likely much more complex than we’re being led to believe, although clearly a sovereign country such as The Netherlands should be asked permission for this type of presence on its soil.
A search for Chinese police stations in other countries (images) yields some interesting results.
Netherlands Orders Closure Of Two Illegal Chinese Police Stations
The Netherlands has demanded the closure of two illegal Chinese police “service stations” in the country.
On Nov. 2, Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs, Wopke Hoekstra, posted on Twitter that the ministry has informed the Chinese ambassador that the stations must close immediately.
In the Netherlands, such stations were found in both Amsterdam and Rotterdam.
According to Hoekstra, no permission has been requested from the Netherlands for the setup of either station.“The Netherlands has asked the Chinese ambassador for full clarification … conducts research into the stations in order to find out their precise activities,” said Hoekstra.
In responding to the order from the Netherlands, the Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian insisted that the stations were run by local volunteers from the Chinese community, not police from China.
Overseas Chinese police “Service Stations,” or “110 Overseas,” are found in dozens of countries across five continents. (Courtesy of Safeguarddefenders)
Earlier, the Chinese spokesperson Wang Wenbin responded to the allegation of the overseas police service stations on Oct. 26.
He claimed those were service centers and the purpose is “to help overseas Chinese nationals in need access the platform to have their driving licenses renewed and receive physical examinations.”
Wang Jingyu, a Chinese dissident in Rotterdam, disagreed with Wang’s claim.
Jingyu said,“I have solid and clear evidence to prove it’s a Chinese overseas police station in Rotterdam.”
According to Jingyu, a staff member of the Chinese police service station in Rotterdam has been calling him with an official telephone number dozens of times a day, “He wanted me to turn myself in, to go back to China … threatened me with an officially registered Telegram text.”
“It’s exactly opposite from the Chinese foreign ministry’s claim,” he told the Chinese language edition of The Epoch Times on Oct. 30.
According to the Safeguard Defenders’ report, the overseas policing operation was associated with a Beijing campaign to bring Chinese nationals back to China for fraud and telecommunication fraud investigations.
Previously, Chinese media claimed that 230,000 fraud suspects were successfully “persuaded to return” to China by the overseas police between April 2021 and July 2022.
However, the Safeguard Defenders’ report also indicated that those who were successfully persuaded claimed that “most involved dissidents or individuals that had fled religious and/or ethnic persecution.”
After the exposure of the illegal Chinese police service stations worldwide, the Irish government was the first to order the closure of a Chinese overseas police station.
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