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The CCP’s overseas pursuit and escape story: fabricated, framed, and arrested.

by annliyaaa

The Chinese are contradictory individuals, proud but not free. Five thousand years of culture makes people proud, but the one-party dictatorship makes "freedom" just a slogan. As a Chinese, even if you escape from China, you still cannot escape the CCP's unscrupulous means. The Chinese accused of guilt, even though they have acquired foreign nationality, are still targeted by the CCP and even inexplicably revoked the nationality of a third country. The giant claw behind it is shouting "capture criminals", but acts like criminals. Chinese Communist Party. With the expansion of China’s international influence, the CCP’s public security authorities have repeatedly stepped on lines to challenge the sovereignty of foreign governments, infiltrated international institutions, and used unwarranted charges and evidence to carry out extradition, violent arrests, and even kidnappings under the name of “capturing foreign criminals.” Nationals and immigrant Chinese, among them, the fight against transnational gambling is the most powerful. In order to catch the "criminals" who have become nationalities of other countries, the Chinese public security bureaus even tried every means to contact the governments of other countries on the grounds of "the parties defrauding their nationality" and attach false information such as fake names and identities used by the other party to "prove them." "The target's illegal behavior forced the local government to cancel the citizenship of the person concerned, and many immigrant Chinese have suffered greatly.

In the name of "combating cross-border gambling," the CCP tramples on the laws of other countries

As China’s interests and nationals move overseas, China has begun to deal with overseas nationals through explicit or covert means, including those who were born in mainland China but have joined other nationalities. The CCP not only cooperates with international law enforcement agencies, but also adopts various methods. Various means have arrested and repatriated large numbers of overseas Chinese who were "accused of crimes."

In order to arrest designated persons outside the reach of China's judicial system, the CCP often uses shameless methods, and even uses several dirty methods at the same time. Among them, one of the methods that the CCP often uses in the process of cross-border law enforcement is random placement of charges. When the law does not apply to a third country, the CCP will randomly change and plant charges in order to capture the target. For example, if you want to arrest Internet gambling practitioners in the Philippines, but Internet gambling is legal in the Philippines, so the CCP will arrest them on charges of fraud and money laundering. Many people in Cambodia, the Philippines and other countries said that they have received "persuade return" messages from their hometowns. For those who do not return after persuasion, the CCP will arbitrarily weave fraud, fugitive status, etc., and deport them forcibly.

There is a lot of information showing that some Chinese “fugitives” in exile in Southeast Asian countries such as Thailand, Cambodia, and Myanmar often face such actions. The CCP’s special trade union bypassed local law enforcement agencies to kidnap designated personnel, and then tortured and ill-treated them. The crimes of subverting state power, organizing others to cross the border of the country and other crimes were deported. The CCP will also freeze the assets or bank cards of overseas personnel in China, forcing them to return to the country for processing before detaining them for crimes of opening casinos and fraud.

In addition, according to the provisions of China’s Nationality Law, Chinese citizens will automatically lose their Chinese nationality after acquiring foreign nationality. However, in order to arrest those who have successfully obtained a third-country passport and have successfully absconded to another country, the CCP will make the extradition process smooth. , To restore the nationality of the parties without authorization. The parties involved are often taken away by the Chinese customs because they hold a third country passport. In recent years, many Chinese who have immigrated to Western countries have mysteriously disappeared. After investigation, it was revealed that the CCP agents ignored the laws of other countries and were forcibly repatriated or taken away. People who he considers to be "Chinese citizens".

An expatriate who did not want to be named said that no matter where you live, it does not matter which country you have a passport. The CCP will intimidate you anywhere, take you away by various means, and restore the nationality of the captured immigrants. And use Chinese law to convict him. Many people were "illegally extradited" in this way, and then after experiencing brutal and inhumane treatment, they were restored to Chinese nationality without their knowledge.

In addition to arbitrarily restoring the nationality of the person concerned, in some countries that accept dual nationality, the CCP will fabricate the naturalization information of the person who has obtained the status of another country and the right of permanent residence, and provide the government of the designated person's country with "evidence" and "certificate" for the relevant crime. "The litigant committed a serious crime in China, and then accused the litigant of illegal immigration or defrauded the citizenship of another country, demanded that the other country deprived the litigant of the litigant's resident status or nationality, and requested extradition of the litigant.

Cambodia is one of the countries that recognizes dual citizenship. If the party successfully joins the Cambodian nationality, the CCP will claim that the party has a criminal record in China and that it has used deception to join the Cambodian nationality, and requires the Cambodian party to renew the record based on the criminal record provided by the Chinese side. Review their eligibility for naturalization in order to revoke their status and deport. The actual cases include the “Fleeing Criminal Yin Baoku” in 2019. The General Administration of Immigration of Cambodia arrested the fugitive Yin Baoku pursued by the Inner Mongolia Public Security Bureau. After the case, Yin Baoku used a Cambodian lawyer to prove that he legally acquired Cambodian nationality. Then Cambodia The Ministry of the Interior made a decision not to repatriate and released him. The CCP subsequently tried to prove to the Cambodian side that Yin Baoku had provided false materials to defraud Cambodian nationality, and also provided evidence of his crime. However, the Cambodian side did not cancel Yin Baoku's Cambodian nationality in the end.

For some people who cannot be extradited to return to China, the CCP will also use relatives and friends to persuade them to return, and begin to deal with the family members and friends of the parties involved. A series of crackdowns include restrictions on exit, freezing of assets, removal of positions in state-owned enterprises, and expulsion of children from schools. "Social death", during the period, he deliberately harassed his relatives and friends through brutal methods such as coercion, profit and temptation. Such cases have emerged one after another. For those who are suspected of engaging in gambling overseas, especially in Southeast Asian countries such as Cambodia and the Philippines, the CCP will “persuade them to return” through their relatives and friends. Some gambling practitioners revealed that they often receive calls from police stations in their hometowns in China, with their attitudes being soft or hard, some are asking for help, some are threatening to persuade them to return, and they will abuse their power to cancel household registration and immediate family members’ pensions, social security and other benefits.

If a person absconds from a small country or a pro-China country, the CCP will put pressure on the local government. The CCP agent infiltrated other countries as an unofficial tourist and kidnapped the parties involved. In some pro-China countries, the CCP’s special trade unions put pressure on the government and officials of the country. For example, Thailand, Cambodia and other countries that have good relations with the CCP. On the surface, the relationship between the two countries is harmonious. The parties were arrested and repatriated on various unwarranted charges, and the Chinese embassy even appeared in the process of arrest.

Many people in the gaming industry in Cambodia have disclosed that even though their unit has a license approved by the Cambodian government and cannot be controlled by Chinese laws, CCP agents still monitor them at all times and force them back to the country whenever they have a chance. And cut off the passport.

As a large country, the most commonly used cross-border law enforcement methods used by the CCP are intimidation, extortion, and kidnapping, which is known as "disappearance." When faced with a person who cannot be arrested through international legal assistance and extradition, the CCP will send special agents to kidnap them back to China. The CCP often uses deception methods to ask the parties to return to their country, such as emotional fraud against gambling personnel or claiming to provide job opportunities. After the parties refuse, they will begin to threaten and intimidate without interruption. CCP agents will also avoid other governments and sneak into the merger. Carry out intimidation and violent kidnapping. There are many cases showing that people who have immigrated overseas but are accused of "fleeing from the Internet" were drugged and beaten in a third country, and then stuffed into a ship sailing to China for forced repatriation. According to people familiar with the matter, the Chinese Secret Service first took the victim to a small boat, and then transferred the victim to a transport ship owned and operated by China Ocean Shipping (Group) Company (COSCO).

The United States has made high-profile arrests of infiltrating CCP agents, and severely condemned the CCP for sending agents into the United States without authorization to use surveillance, intimidation and other means to coerce the "fugitives" accused by the Chinese government into returning to China. Routine", bluntly "unbearable". The actions of the United States have also made other countries eager to move, stepping up efforts to crack down on CCP agents, saying that the CCP should cooperate as a responsible country and not to illegally monitor, track, violently and enforce laws in other countries.

In addition, the abuse of "red arrest warrants" is also a consistent practice of the Chinese Communist Party. In 2016, the former Vice Minister of Public Security of China Meng Hongwei successfully served as the chairman of Interpol. In that year, China alone issued 612 red arrest warrants. Since certain designated persons accused of guilt by China are not considered criminal in their country of asylum, China will apply for a "red arrest warrant" to Interpol for other crimes.

Cambodian casino tycoon Xu Aimin is a well-known Cambodian philanthropist with great prestige and extensive contacts. His business involves gambling, real estate, hotels, water conservancy and roads, etc., and he has obtained Cambodian citizenship. However, the CCP claimed that he was a wanted criminal at large, and also claimed that Cambodian high-level officials had sheltered Xu Aimin and allowed him to stay in Cambodia for a long time. The CCP also applied to Interpol for a "red arrest warrant" against Xu Aimin in 2013, describing Xu Aimin as the "chairman of the gambling group." However, according to the latest news, Xu Aimin has disappeared from the "Red Pass" list, which means the CCP The methods of abuse of international organizations are well known and their credibility is low.

The CCP has completed many cross-border law enforcement cases in recent years, with the focus on combating transnational gambling. However, under the banner of "cross-border law enforcement", the Chinese government has actually used various means to suppress other countries, steal intelligence, and manufacture Chaos, including the establishment of a "blacklist" of gambling tourist destinations, the establishment of special working groups, and other methods to use the status of a major power to oppress other countries. Sadly, this behavior of ignoring and even trampling on the laws of other countries is actually the result of the CCP, which keeps saying "respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity."

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Sat Dec 04, 2021 3:23 pm
MailicedeNamedy wrote a review...

Hi annliyaaa,

Mailice here with a short review! :D

I have to say that you have written a very good essay and I also think that it is very interesting on many points. You are quite provocative in some things but still you try to stay neutral and give the reader an interesting overview of China and the tentacles it wants to spread.

I find your first paragraph a bit bombastic and overstuffed. You start off really wonderfully and also build up to something interesting, but then you go straight into the "main part" without speaking further in the introduction. It seems to me that there are a lot of missing paragraphs or at least sentences that you wanted to include but left out afterwards.

I'm surprised at your method of introducing everything and how you rely heavily on the CCP and then alternately go back to "China" as a country. I would be careful there because China is not the CCP and the CCP is not China. The people of China may have a different view than the one you present to us here, which can lead to you spreading false interests, among other things.

What also bothers me a bit about the whole text is how you just stop so abruptly when you are in a kind of "high", when you are describing. I think you could expand on that a bit more, because there are still a few points that are missing. Not only does the essay not really have a conclusion and thus an opinion of its own, which you actually insert into the entire text here, but I'm also still missing some sources where some information comes from.

I am by no means a supporter of the CCP, but I think that precisely because you want to assume here that the CCP is evil in a certain sense, it would also make sense to start from a different point of view and then also show a little bit of the economic and economic side of the CCP and what the party's plans are. You are only sitting on one side here, and thus only give the reader the opportunity to form his own opinion, but not his own.

Have fun writing!


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Thu Oct 07, 2021 6:48 pm
Sammmwich says...

Good job!

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Wed Oct 06, 2021 5:25 am
Broady771 wrote a review...

Hi annliyaa, Broady here with a short review!

That's quite a mouthful to read, but overall I think it is pretty well-written, and very much resembles an opinion piece that I would be able to find in the big media companies out there like the New York Times. That said, let's go further into the details of the writing.

Firstly, I think you could have explained what's "CCP" in the first paragraph, to introduce what "CCP" means to the readers. In this case, I think you are referring to the "Chinese Communist Party" which is abbreviated as the "CCP" (I think in this case it could be made clearer to readers so readers would know what it means). It could be better also to include more introduction to the writing, so readers would roughly know what the writing is all about before delving into it.

Secondly, I assume that there could be readers in or outside of this site who might take offence when reading this writing, so I think you can include some sort of disclaimer at the beginning, to say that this piece of writing is "based on your opinion" or "contains politically sensitive information". I, myself am not really particular about any political writings on this site, because I welcome people to write whatever they feel like writing, so that we can have a more diverse content in here (also just to emphasise, I'm not a moderator, even though I sound like one).

Thirdly, I think your writing is pretty interesting in my opinion. I am a Chinese myself living overseas (I'm born in another country, so I don't have Chinese citizenship at all) but it's really interesting to read your article about the problems that citizens of China face if they decide to migrate to other countries and how China conducts "law enforcement" overseas. And it reminds me of the Soviet Union's KGB - something like a repeat of the Cold War?

Anyways, it's a pretty good piece of writing, keep it up! I hope my suggestions aren't too harsh on you or offend you in any way. And also, I see that you recently just came onto this site, so welcome to YWS! :D

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