MORE Illegal Overseas Chinese Police Stations Found

Illegal overseas Chinese police stations have been discovered all over the world. First started by two counties in China, two other counties have now been found to be sending their police abroad—and without their host countries’ knowledge. In this episode of China Uncensored, we look at where these new police stations were found, why some host countries are trying to downplay the findings, and what these police stations are doing in abroad.

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  1. The MILITARY needs to raid all of these stations and every scrap of paper and every computer needs to be searched and the contents documented. All those inside the building acting as police on foreign soil should be immediately deported or jailed.

  2. They should just take a page out of America's playbook. We convince countries to allow us to keep policing forces of various types, just about everywhere. Sneaking them in doesn't work. You have to force and/or bully or bribe your way in. We have forces stationed in pretty much every time zone of the world at any given moment.

  3. I have never had a college English or Psychology professor who didn't praise communism as the ideal economic system of the future. I think I know where the US CCP ops can be found.

  4. Didn't Marco Polo bring spaghetti noodles from China? Anyway, I don't know why China has not approached the mayor and city council in Portland to bring Chinese police and clean up the crime and homelessness. It would be simply a private security force that would leave after they are done. I'm sure they could accomplish it quickly and efficiently. After all no one else seems to be able to handle it or even try. What a great PR opportunity.

  5. them: "it's only one month a year"

    right…and then they take that info and report it to the gov't of their country and they use it to fuck over the countries in discreet and subtle ways in even more effective ways the next time they go there. now don't get me wrong, i'm sure the officers themselves are wonderful people and would be very nice to have a conversation with when off the job. i've been to china (beijing specifically) and they were some of the nicest, politest, and friendliest people i've met. it's the gov't thats the bad part and thats also the problem. despite being good and, mostly, honest people they STILL have to report to the gov't unless THEY want to suffer terrible consequences. they're damned if they do, damned if they don't. that's why we have to stop this and nip it in the bud while its still controllable.

  6. Nations are giving up their autonomy , people don’t want to be free , they want to be ‘taken care of’ , dependent on a ‘strong unifying leader’ and ‘elite’ experts to ‘guide’ them and develop their society for them , its just social engineering .. comon man

  7. Overseas Chinese were one of the factors in the 1911 revolution, so the Chinese Communist Party did not want overseas Chinese to become a kind of pro-democratic base, at least to divide the political allegiance of overseas Chinese so as to undermine the pro-democracy base. Please note that overseas Chinese are ethnic Chinese who have become citizens of other countries, this is certainly disgusting and disturbing because the Chinese Communist Party can use pro-Beijing overseas Chinese groups as weapons such as intelligence gathering, undermining social cohesion, etc.

  8. Do you trust the police? Like many things run by democratic government they have their good and bad side, but foreign police in your own borders? Who the heck wants to put up with that? Because police are trained in surveillance, they can make excellent spies, so in countries like China which intensively use police surveillance and propaganda to politically control the population (not necessarily fight common crime, which should be the primary function of police), they end up subverting the foreign countries they serve in because they are not subject to the criminal justice system of their host country.

  9. The Democrat Party's ideology is indistinguishable from the Chinese Communist Party. Communism isn't Chinese. Communism isn't Russian. Communism is eponymously named for Karl, son of a rabbi, Marx. Communism is Jewish. After all, Jews comprised 5% of the Russian population during the Jewish Bolshevik Revolution, yet 70% of the Bolshevik leadership that killed more Christians than German Socialists killed Jews.

  10. This is absolute bullshit! Let’s see all the countries that China have police stations in, then see if those countries have police stations in China. I know that was a mess of the English language, but seriously, 🖕🇨🇳🖕🇨🇳🖕🇨🇳🖕🇨🇳🖕🇨🇳🖕🇨🇳🖕🇨🇳

  11. Given the British government is slowly turning to communist controls, and ignoring anything the electorate vote for. Such as leaving the EU. Deleting EU laws from British statute books. By ordering the public to change their heating boilers. By dispensing with local power sources. By locking districts and cities down, currently being introduced in Canterbury and Oxford, before running it out over the whole country, all under the cotrol of officials. Banning petrol and oil driven vehices, to be repaced by electric driven vehices, power created by using the same gas and oill the banned vehices would have used. Britain is currently more Communist than China. And I can see a golden opportunity for the two to work together. Britain has a shortage of police and Im sure China would be very happy to supply any nummber free of charge., possibly even enough to make it a poice force once again. Plus its possible in an act of friendship, they could supply the medical staff Britain has an urgent need of. And of builders and materials for houses to accommodate the 5 million immigrants and homeless, currently in temporary accommodation, of hotels and disused army camps. I wouldnt mind betting they could get together politically and learn from each other too. And perhaps at some point Our new Chinese friends could start modernising Britains road and raill networks. I tell you since Chinese communists have more experience than their British counterparts, They coulld make a fabulous addition to the controls the Tory government are currently operating and introducing.

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