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  1. ⬆️ Trending via The New York Times: FBI makes arrests over alleged secret CCP 'police stations' in New York. Secret Police Stations were revealed in Canada too: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/chinese-police-station-folo-1.6691240 Poll: In your opinion -> How serious is China's breach in US and Canada? Options: Very serious Somewhat serious Not serious Other
  2. ⬆️ DeSantis signs a bill that bans Chinese citizens from buying land in Florida. Some critics say the measure discriminates. Poll: Do you agree? Should other States follow? or do you take the side of the critics? Why? https://www.axios.com/local/tampa-bay/2023/05/08/florida-ron-desantis-china-property
  3. In describing the naivety of the politicians, the German intelligence services said "Russia is the storm, China is climate change." They also slammed the Government’s “Naivety” on Chinese Espionage. Report from last year: https://www.dw.com/en/china-spying-on-germany-say-intelligence-chiefs/a-63467038 What is your take? I even added option d) for some of you. Inclusivity for all. 😄 a) Russia and China are the same when it comes to threat level b) China is the bigger threat c) Russia is the bigger threat d) I don't consider them threats, I want to be run by the CCP and the FSB as I don't like the current Western leaders. MY BIAS: 2 communists posing as nationalists and traditionalists below: *Do you see how Mr. Yi shakes Putin's hand? Shows you who is in control in my estimation. 😄 Body language is all in communication.
  4. "The worst thing would be to think that we, Europeans, should follow others in the matter of Taiwan and adjust to the American pace and the Chinese overreaction," said the French President in an interview during his trip to China. Macron urged the EU to so-called "wake up" and stressed that "our priority is not to adapt to the agenda of others in all regions of the world." He gave this interview just before Beijing launched major military maneuvers around Taiwan. Also, today, the CCP simulated an attack on Taiwan and posted the images on social media. It is concerning that Macron would downplay the seriousness of the situation in Taiwan during his visit to Beijing especially when the Republican House Leader Kevin McCarthy's was visiting Taiwan. Tensions between EU and USA? or just a game of words from Macron to get the best economic deal in China? Macron, Macron, Macron ... pas bien...
  5. Arch-rivals Iran and Saudi Arabia agree to revive ties, reopen embassies in Communist CCP (I added that) brokered deal. https://www.cnbc.com/2023/03/10/arch-rivals-iran-and-saudi-arabia-agree-to-revive-ties-reopen-embassies.html Previous Documentary about the rivalry: ---> I only have Part 2 below for free and available in Canada, if you want to see part 1, try using a VPN for the USA or if you are in the USA you can just watch it: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/documentary/bitter-rivals-iran-and-saudi-arabia/
  6. A few months back, I came across a report from the German Intelligence that shed light on the pervasive reach of China's Communist Party in the West. The report highlighted the politicians' naivety and lack of understanding of the CCP's tentacles. The Germans aptly compared Russia to a storm and China to climate change, emphasising the long-term and far-reaching impact of China's actions: https://www.dw.com/en/china-spying-on-germany-say-intelligence-chiefs/a-63467038 Obviously, there are so many threads on this forum as well about the CCP's Foreign Interference scandal here in Canada. This second article below speaks to the overall point and traces the history of the intelligence war: via Foreign Policy One week ago, TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew was questioned by members of the U.S. Congress, before the world’s media, about whether the Chinese government uses the wildly popular video-sharing app to spy on Americans. His testimony came several weeks after the appearance of a Chinese spy balloon floating across the United States. What are we to make of these two stories, which are at their core both about Chinese espionage? To borrow a phrase from Mission: Impossible: Relax, it’s much worse than you think. We are now witnessing some of the effects of a decision made years ago by China to use every means and medium of intelligence-gathering at its disposal against the West. Its strategy can be summarized in three words: collect, collect, collect. Most Westerners do not yet appreciate just how sweeping China’s intelligence onslaught directed at their countries is; for decades, their own governments likewise didn’t understand because their attention was largely directed elsewhere. Read the Full Article / Report: https://foreignpolicy.com/2023/03/28/china-has-been-waging-a-decades-long-all-out-spy-war/
  7. Not a surprise for myself, to give my short opinion. Trending via the CBC Book alleges longstanding U.S. concerns. Canadian intel veteran who recalls probe to testify in Parliament. The United States ran a secret probe into national-security threats posed by Chinese overseas operations that drew alarming conclusions about Canada, alleges a new book co-authored by a former RCMP and military intelligence official. The book says the project, code-named Operation Dragon Lord, led to an unnerving takeaway: Beijing's activities in Canada represented a security threat to the United States. Full Article with a lot of text to read and interesting details: https://www.cbc.ca/news/world/us-dragon-lord-probe-book-1.6783063?cmp=rss
  8. The RCMP says it’s investigating reports of criminal activity at so-called "police stations" reportedly set up by the People’s Republic of China in the Greater Toronto Area. According to a recent and ongoing investigation by a Spanish-based non-government organization (NGO) called Safeguard Defenders, the People’s Republic of China (PRC) has undertaken a concerted operation to force Chinese nationals living abroad who are accused of telecom and online fraud to return home. As part of this effort, Safeguard Defenders said China has opened a total of 54 so-called police “service stations” in 30 countries, including three in Canada in the Greater Toronto Area. It said the stations are often presented as necessary to “accommodate the growing administrative needs of residents abroad – for example in renewing Chinese driver’s licenses remotely and other tasks traditionally considered of a consular nature.” But the NGO claims that the stations serve a “more sinister goal” as well. CTV News Toronto has not independently confirmed the NGO report. In a statement to CP24 on Wednesday, RCMP did not specifically identify where the so-called police stations are located in its statement, nor did it provide any further details about the nature of the reported criminal activity. "The (force) takes threats to the security of individuals living in Canada very seriously and is aware that foreign states may seek to intimidate or harm communities or individuals within Canada," RCMP spokesperson Camille Boily-Lavoie said. "As the RCMP is currently investigating the incident, there will be no further comment on the matter at this time.” --- After this went all over the internet, the CCP sent a spokesman. The Response as per the above is comical: Consulate says stations are for driver’s licence renewal and is run by volunteers that want to do good for the people 😂 https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/rcmp-investigating-reports-of-chinese-police-stations-operating-in-ontario-1.6126144
  9. Demonstrations have broken out in cities and university campuses across China amid widespread anger at Covid lockdowns. The wave of civil disobedience was triggered by an apartment fire on Friday in which at least 10 people died in the west Xinjiang region. In an unusually bold act that appeared to indicate the level of people’s desperation, a crowd in Shanghai called for the removal of the Communist party and President Xi Jinping in a standoff with police on Saturday, according to videos circulated on Twitter. Chinese people usually refrain from criticising the party and its leaders in public for fear of reprisals. Anti-lock-down protests spread in China as anger rises over zero-COVID strategy. (The Guardian).
  10. China's defense minister and red lines. Just breaking: Chinese Defense Minister Wei Fenghe told his American counterpart, Lloyd Austin, on Tuesday that Taiwan is at the center of China's fundamental interests and represents a red line that must not be crossed, reports Reuters. Mr. Wei, this is for you from the West, a gift:
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