Chinese Communist Party Interference | RCMP on scene after reports of intimidation

Chinese Communist Party Interference |  RCMP on scene after reports of intimidation

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) on Wednesday sent police officers in Montreal and Brochard to meet with Quebecers of Chinese descent after receiving several complaints of harassment, intimidation or threats suspected of being the work of a Chinese communist. Party.


“Over the past few weeks, we’ve had more than half a dozen people from the community in Canada who have reported being victims of, or witnesses to, threats, harassment or intimidation,” explains Sergeant Charles Poirier, a spokesman for the police department. .

“We see that it’s about the Chinese Communist Party, or at least we’re using the name of the Chinese Communist Party,” he continues. For example, there are people who receive an anonymous call after posting a comment criticizing the Chinese regime on social networks and are told to remove it, sometimes mentioning that their loved ones are staying in China. Other cases suggest that certain people living in Quebec visit in person and return to China to resolve their problems with the Party.

“We cannot tolerate this,” Sergeant Poirier says.

“These people came here to immigrate, they are part of Canadian society and they have a right to be protected. We want to let them know that we are there to help them if needed,” he says.

RCMP on the ground

  • Many traders and workers received a card with instructions on how to denounce foreign intervention.

    Photo by Oliver Jean, The Press

    Many traders and workers received a card with instructions on how to denounce foreign intervention.

  • Police are asking citizens to contact them if they witness or feel threatened.

    Photo by Oliver Jean, The Press

    Police are asking citizens to contact them if they witness or feel threatened.

  • Agents of the SPVM and Longueuil police participated in the awareness campaign in Montreal and Brochard.

    Photo by Oliver Jean, The Press

    Agents of the SPVM and Longueuil police participated in the awareness campaign in Montreal and Brochard.

  • At the time of La Presse's visit, some were met with the overwhelming feeling that they were being watched by the Chinese Communist Party.

    Photo by Oliver Jean, The Press

    while passing by PresSome people we met confirmed feeling like they were being watched by the Chinese Communist Party.

  • A video in Mandarin was also aired by the police as part of its awareness campaign.

    Photo by Oliver Jean, The Press

    A video in Mandarin was also aired by the police as part of its awareness campaign.

  • A number of complaints of intimidation, harassment or intimidation have been lodged with the RCMP in recent weeks.

    Photo by Oliver Jean, The Press

    A number of complaints of intimidation, harassment or intimidation have been lodged with the RCMP in recent weeks.

  • At the same time, the RCMP is continuing a criminal investigation into secret Chinese police stations that allegedly operated in Quebec.

    Photo by Oliver Jean, The Press

    At the same time, the RCMP is continuing a criminal investigation into secret Chinese police stations that allegedly operated in Quebec.

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RCMP officers visited several establishments in Brossard and Montreal’s Chinatown to raise awareness and encourage them to denounce any acts of foreign interference they saw. Many traders and passers-by were not very talkative, but all took the small card distributed by the agents, with a phone number and web link to facilitate reprimands.

After publicly confirming that the RCMP had already investigated “between 15 and 20 reports” in recent months of Chinese Family Services of Greater Montreal and a Chinese-Quebec center on the South Shore, it is suspected of covering up the ranks of secret Chinese police forces. Monitor and intimidate the diaspora on Quebec soil. Both organizations publicly announced that they were suing the federal police for defamation last March, but recently agreed to put their lawsuits on hold for nine months while the criminal investigation continues.

A video in Mandarin Aired on social media Tuesday, it allowed the RCMP to immediately receive four reports deemed credible among other acts of foreign intervention.

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