Veteran Chinese Activist Exposes Regime's Special Agent Tactics [ChinaForbiddenNews]
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Xu Shui-Liang has been a
democratic activist for over 30 years.
His recent blog article revealed how Chinese Communist
agents infiltrate opposition groups both at home and abroad.
These agents also manipulate Chinese media, and use
tactics to deceive people, and the international community.
Here is our report.
Xu Shui-Liang, after withstanding twice prolonged
prison sentences in China, is currently living abroad.
In his recent blog article article, he speaks about how the
Communist regime harbors a large secret agent network.
It has more than one million overseas personnel,
with tens of millions inside Mainland China.
Some of them have infiltrated, and are even
tightly controlling the opposition groups.
Xu Shui-Liang indicates that agents have actively penetrated
and even taken the initiative to form opposition groups.
Many of the so-called opponents are in fact
informants and special agents of the regime.
The majority of early overseas pro-democracy
organizations were founded by special agents.
Democratic parties in Taiwan and Hong Kong have
also been penetrated and manipulated by the regime.
Many Chinese are unknowingly connected with these
groups, and were thus exposed and controlled by them.
Xu Shui-Liang believes that democratic countries have
been deceived regarding the true situation in China.
This includes Taiwan and the U.S.
The information the West has heard is not from the
true opponents, but is from those special agents.
Xu Shui-Liang: "There are more than
one million professional spies overseas.
The West is not aware of it, or even if
they are, they can't do anything about it."
Xu Shui-Liang told NTD Television that as far as he is
aware, there are only 53 true democratic activists overseas.
Whereas, he believes there are
162 associated with the regime.
Xu Shui-Liang explains that the Communist regime
suppresses true activists by using fake activists.
It undermines the true activists by
sowing dissension and creating conflicts.
It also ruins activists reputation through
corruption, and touts the fake activists.
Zhang Jian, China issues expert: "To maintain stability
overseas is also the highest priority for its united front.
Therefore, they engage in activities to either
connect with them or to suppress them.
For the ones they could not suppress, they discredit them."
Xu Shui-Liang suggests in his blog article that after a
pro-democratic movement in 1979, the regime initiated
pro-democracy organizations, and opposition groups.
This aimed to control, lead, and manipulate
pro-democracy activities inside China.
A few years later, these actions were
exported to foreign countries, and Hong Kong.
Xu Shui-Liang also reveals that the regime
tries to control all possible sources of information,
both inside Mainland China, and internationally.
For example, the majority of Chinese media,
including opposition media, are being controlled.
As another example, the overseas Chinese
community is also a target, including in Taiwan.
Xu Shui-Liang: "Western governments knew exactly that
media and TV stations such as Voice of America, and
the BBC, have been influenced by the Chinese regime.
They could not really do much about this,
because of restrictions in the democratic system."
Xu Shui-Liang also lists common tactics that
the regime employs to deceive the public.
He draws on the example of when the former Soviet Union
engaged in crimes during WWII in the northeastern China.
It ignited protests from the Chinese people.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) pre-empted protests
with underground organizations, and lead demonstrations.
This has the outcome of superficial protests,
but also protectet Soviet agencies in China.
In the 1950s, the regime initiated an
anti-Communist group in southern Zhejiang.
This was used to trap opponents inside China, and
fool the Taiwanese Kuomintang Nationalist government.
Xu Shui-Liang highlights Operation Yellowbird, a Hong Kong
based group that helped Chinese dissidents, who participated
in the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989, escape arrest.
He suggests this group was also manipulated.
Deng Xiaoping personally approved the channeling of
secret service agents overseas through the Operation.
Given this current situation, Xu Shui-Liang
suggests that domestic opposition is
conducted in a concrete and secure manner.
Any comments and criticism that may endanger their
identities should be conducted by overseas activists.
China expert Zhang Jian indicates that the regime has
used full force to stop overseas pro-democracy activities.
It fears overseas activists would further
intensify the instability of the regime.
International media, such as the NTD, is exactly what frightens
the regime the most, as it exposes the truth about its crimes.