Chinese Communist Party authorities have been given orders to track jokes about President Xi Jinping’s similarity to Winnie the Pooh. They’ve been told to persecute dissidents and snoop for rebellion attempts in their covert US system of police departments.
Chinese Spies in America
Chinese police departments, particularly two located in New York City, work with officials from the nation to persuade dissidents, such as pro-democracy protesters, to go back to China.
In China, they would be subjected to persecution and incarceration.
The FBI detained two agents on Monday on suspicion of espionage against Chinese citizens in New York.
This happened while operating out of a Chinese “overseas service station” in Chinatown, Lower Manhattan, the existence of which was originally reported by The Post in October.
This image of Xi Jiping as Winnie the Pooh is illegal in mainland China pic.twitter.com/lBPsA2DYcN
— Anonymous Operations (@AnonOpsSE) August 3, 2020
The Post reported on Tuesday that the agency has an additional headquarters at an unidentified address in New York City, as well as bases in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Houston.
They are also in metropolitan areas in Nebraska and Minnesota. This is alongside the existing Chinese police station above a noodle dining establishment in Chinatown.
Just posting this because Xi Jiping hate being compared to Winnie the pooh.#CPP_is_Terrorist pic.twitter.com/vHUXo2ayXH
— OmegaPrimal vaxed and boosted (@TheOmegaPrimal) June 17, 2021
The Communist Party authorities who watch social media for indications of alleged contempt toward China’s head of state for life are now providing the most thorough account yet of what happens inside police stations.
The Department of Justice utilizes the charges to demonstrate how the claimed Chinese officers attempted to instill terror amongst Chinese Americans, notably anti-CCP dissidents, by charging a total of 44 of them this week, in addition to the arrests.
Communist Party Upset Over Cartoon
One of the accusations imposing ten suspects who purportedly utilized fake social media accounts to threaten dissidents says the CCP’s ‘unapproved’ subjects involve conversations regarding the removal of the CCP’s authority over the PRC government.
They also involve comments on CCP General Secretary Xi Jinping’s discernible similarity to the fictitious character of Winnie the Pooh.