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Literally not fake, how do you know nothing about the country you keep defending? Also, who keeps upvoting your obviously uninformed comments?
https://safeguarddefenders.com/sites/default/files/pdf/110 Overseas (3).pdf
For the record, the Chinese side of the story (the one you should know) is they call them Service Stations. You can read my comment below for more detail on that.
Even you literally said they’re not police stations. That’s the fake thing I was referring to, not that these facilities don’t exist.
It’s extremely common for countries to set up these kinds of stations. In the EU, literally every McDonald’s offers consular services to Americans. No that’s not a joke, look it up. And you think the US doesn’t have actual overseas police stations, just covert and not labeled as a US government establishment? Oh wait, they have a literal prison camp in Cuba. Yet you defend and simp for the US.
Pleaseee find me cases where I simped for the US. If you can’t find any, I will start to reply with a link this comment on all your 0 effort posts. It’s frankly exhausting to research your points for you, then refute them every time they’re wrong.
lmao ok i had to look that up. it’s not entirely true; it looks like it’s only in Austria and they will only “assist in making contact with the U.S. Embassy for consular services” (eg, they’ll let people use their phone, presumably) rather than providing consular services themselves. The news articles about it seem to all stem from this facebook post:
No sources, but from what I read about them before it’s more like unofficial consulate/embassy services if you need to do any legal work from abroad (i.e. renew a drivers license). The “policing” aspect is not physical, it’s persuasive (i.e. dissidents don’t get detained, although they may receive threats that toe the legal line).
For the record I say this as a non-tankie as well, in case you’re worried I’m retorting propaganda.
after the display in the uk yesterday where they dragged protesters outside the embassy and beat them down iside for everyone to see, i doubt they need those new police stations
video evidence contradicts your narrative
are you insane?! you can clearly see a uniformed person goes out of the gate, kick the sign, drag someone and the crowd storm to prevent the kidnap, which does happen.
whatch your first video ten times as you clearly have vision problems.
and another angle for anybody who had any doubts https://twitter.com/CurtExplores/status/1582646520738123777
thanks for proving the kidnap yet again.
this video is after the guy drags the victim inside. on the second angle you can clearly see the person running clashes with the guard behind the gate column and he is pushed while still dragging someone with his left arm.
even with all the chosen angles and rapid confusing cuts, it’s still obvious.
man you are really giving them value for the money 五毛党.
The most hilarious part about this is that you’re lying about something that we can see happening completely differently on video. 😂
As soon as someone disagrees with you on a country you hate, you resort to calling them ableist insults. Nice.
Maybe follow your own advice?
Master of debate and rhetoric ladies and gents
lol. ok. I’m convinced you are either a professional entertainer or 14.
a self referential comment I see
Well two things - First, as I said in the comment you replied to, they’re not police stations as much as unofficial services where Chinese citizens can do their legal work. Second, there’s a lot of Chinese citizens, so obviously you need a lot of service stations, regardless of how well one operates.
where did you see/hear about this?
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according to the article provided in that post they’re just foreign branches of china’s police force dedicated to cracking down on political dissidents and scamming
Cracking down on political dissidents outside of their jurisdiction? To me that sounds like an overreach and meddling of a sovereign nation’s internal affairs.
“They’re just”? That’s remarkably dismissive.