The Globe and Mail published a report about these stations, which are run by the Fuzhou Public Security Bureau (PSB). In Toronto alone, there are said to be three PSB stations currently in operation. (Related: The Biden regime is another entity controlled, in part, by communist China.)
It turns out that there are PSB stations in other countries, too. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) says some 50 PSB stations are currently operating all around the world to keep tabs on Chinese citizens, their whereabouts, and their various activities.
Should a Chinese citizen become involved in a "crime" while abroad, the CCP is ready and waiting through the PSB to deal with the person – even if the country where an incident occurred does not deem an activity or incident to be criminal.
The CCP is basically imposing its own rules in other countries, using foreign PSB stations to police the world. Safeguard Defenders, a watchdog group, says more than 230,000 people have been processed through PSB stations and sent back to China – in many cases under threat.
Safeguard Defenders says one of the tactics the CCP uses involves targeting families in mainland China whose relatives are living abroad. These families are often threatened with loss of education or even having their homes torn down for alleged crimes.
"It leaves legal Chinese residents abroad fully exposed to extra-legal targeting by the Chinese police, with little to none of the protection theoretically ensured under both national and international law," the group says.
Daria Impiombato, an analyst at the Australian Strategic Policy Institute, says that Chinese citizens abroad are already "very much aware" that information about them can be sent back home, possibly leading to repercussions for their family or friends back in mainland China.
China is especially involved in the affairs of Chinese citizens living, working or studying in Canada. A former spy who was involved in such activities revealed much about how the process works, warning that the true threat to Canada is corrupt politicians, many of whom are on China's payroll.
Back in July, LifeSiteNews reported that an analysis conducted by a federal research unit revealed that the CCP may have exerted influence on the outcome of the 2021 federal election in Canada.
We are told that the CCP spread disinformation across Canada about the Conservative Party of Canada, which drove many voters to choose Liberal Party candidates instead.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau famously praised China for its "basic dictatorship," as he called it during a 2013 fundraising event for the Liberal Party. Trudeau had just been asked which country besides Canada he admires most.
"Police stations? Interesting name. How about ammunition dumps?" wrote a commenter, speculating as to what PSB facilities might really be.
"China could be loading both Canada and Mexico, and even USA, with hidden weapon stashes. China will be prepared when they choose to invade USA from north and south and west."
Another wrote that if anything like this appears in the United States, Americans "need to destroy them."
"My bet is they are here in USA and they have massive ammunition dumps perhaps hidden in underground facilities abandoned by U.S. government," the first commenter responded.
Someone else expressed skepticism about the claims of Safeguard Defenders concerning the more than 230,000 individuals who have supposedly been processed through PSB facilities.
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