Posted by: oliviapontet | November 4, 2015

Why foreigners in China will lick their Chinese neighbors’ butt !

As part of its policy against Spy , China yesterday launched a free telephone number to report suspicious behavior that may be foreign spies: the 12339.

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The first anti-espionage law in China was promulgated on 1 November 2014 as a national security solution by deterring and punishing espionage nationwide.

The new hotline set up 2 November 2015 allows anyone to report acts of espionage or proven simple clues in order to fight “international terrorism,” according to Chinese media. It follows the arrest of several suspected spies Japanese arrested in September and October this year.

The authorities responsible for national security also indicated via the local press reported that anyone with clues that can be verified will be rewarded according to the degree of importance of these. To her clarify that officials deliberately fabricated evidence and false accusations will be prosecuted legally.

An unofficial list of characteristics that may indicate that the Chinese are dealing with a foreign spy, circulating on social networks of the country. :

China has set up a new national hot line for reporting “spies”, local media reported on Monday, as authorities grow increasingly sensitive over national security issues.
The new service was set up by officials in the north-eastern province of Jilin, the local New Cultural Newspaper said Sunday, with reports saying those who suspect “espionage activity” can call 12339.
“The hot line targets foreign organisations and individuals who conduct espionage activities or who instigate and sponsor others in conducting them,” the fiercely nationalist Global Times newspaper said.
A list of “guidelines” to help people identify spies appeared on Chinese social media soon after the hot line was announced, however it was unclear where it originated.
Potential spies included “those with vague job tiles and a lot of money” and “those who bring up controversial topics at parties and then only observe the discussion”, said the guidelines, which had been shared widely on Chinese messaging app Wechat. source Telegraph

Why Chinese can denonce Foreigners

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Here is a translation by Tailormade

1) People with a blur work or have several jobs and are well funded.

2) People who like to start discussions on controversial topics at public gatherings in order to inflame the debate, and observe quietly.

3) The correspondents overseas, missionary workers and members of special organization

4) People who have a legitimate job after their business card, but are irregular hours to a shell company or a new company.

5) Students with rich experience abroad and who do not by their age.

6) People who are particularly interested ask sensitive issues (on politics, military affairs, media, economy, …) to those around them.

7) People who regularly visit certain places to exchange goods or documents.

8) People often participate in various seminars and business meetings, often throwing reactionary remarks and exaggerate the merits abroad

What do you think of this law ?

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