The methods that Chinese police use in the protests by the people in China have sounded the alarm to the world. Under the circumstances where the CCP is the biggest threat to U.S. national security, the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) recently established a “China mission group” that brings together professional analysts and experts to monitor the CCP.
According to Defensenews, John Kirchhofer, the DIA’s chief of staff, on November 29, said his agency, which produces, analyzes, and disseminates military intelligence, established a “China mission group” that will reach total operational capacity early next year.
The new mission group will become the agency’s repository for China knowledge and knowhow, meaning insiders, including Director Lt. Gen. Scott Berrier, and outsiders will know where to turn “for whatever deep expertise is needed,” according to Kirchhofer, the third-ranking officer.
Meanwhile, defense officials in Washington have strongly warned of the dangers posed by Beijing and are rallying allies and partners to counter China’s global ambitions. According to the “Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China Annual Report” released by the U.S. Department of Defense on November 29, 2022, the CCP’s nuclear arsenal could triple by 2035, this country’s atomic warheads will increase by more than 400 warheads compared to now.
In addition to the threat of international defense expansion, China’s human rights situation has now attracted global attention. NS Lyons, an enigmatic American scholar, best known for his work on Wang Huning, wrote on November 30, 2022, that the ongoing protests in China are a prime example of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) forcing their people to revolt.
He said, “There is only one real reason for China’s insistence on the “zero-COVID” policy, and it’s one we also have some recent experience with in the West: pure ideological psychosis, rooted in the CCP system’s pathologically fearful psychological desperation to maintain total control of everything at all times (plus to protect Xi’s fragile ego), no matter how self-destructive the results.” Simply put, it could be put in one single word “fear,” fear that the virus outbreak will result in the CCP’s failure to maintain the regime, fear that the people will protest. “After all, as long as the CCP can maintain its power, it will not hesitate to kill people.”
According to Sound of Hope, in the past few days, during the “white paper revolution” of the Chinese people, people also witnessed police beatings of civilians. On November 29, the police of Haizhou District, Guangzhou City, even used tear gas. It is worth noting that when these policemen followed the CCP’s instructions, many wore black hoods or helmets. Public opinion questions: If the police act for the benefit of their people, why do they wear a hood while on duty?
The “Investigative News” channel on Twitter shows that when police in Changchun, China, arrested the protesters, they wore black hoods, leaving only three holes for the eyes and mouth. And the title says, “Why do policemen wear black hoods to enforce the law?”
Sound of Hope quoted some netizens’ comments: “For fear of being discovered, police all over the world do this. It’s just an ordinary national secret service that wears a hood to block identity information from being exposed to and revenged by criminals, while abnormal countries do bad things to their own people and fear being recognized.”
Someone said: “They also know that what they are doing is inhumane.” Another said: “Don’t all terrorists wear hoods? The CCP is the biggest terrorist organization in the world.”
Another mocked, “In the future, civilians can sew police uniforms, wear hoods and follow them to “maintain stability,” anyway they (the police) won’t be able to notice, we can take the opportunity to escape.”