Radio Free Asia (RFA) is reporting that Beijing may be behind some anti-Chinese violence targeted toward people in London’s Chinatown who have protested against the Chinese annexation of Hong Kong.
“Screenshots of a message calling for Chinese patriots ‘of the kind who know how to fight’ and rewards for the doxxing of pro-democracy Hongkongers in the U.K. are circulating online, amid growing concerns over Beijing’s clandestine United Front operations in the country,” said RFA.
RFA says that a screenshot on the Chinese media giant WeChat social platform shows a group called “U.K. against Hong Kong independence” that was posted by a Hong Kong-based journalist.
“Was shown some screenshots of a #WeChat group (fair warning: I haven’t verified yet). Don’t know the date of messages but content is v disturbing,” the journalist wrote according to RFA.
Specific instructions from the group tell so-called Communist “patriots” to start by attacking anyone who has cameras, “a black flag, or a microphone or PA, and go hard at these key points from the start.”
The screenshot also shows the WeChat group sending out the London home addresses of Hong Kongers Nathan Law and of former consular worker Simon Cheng, both of who were targeted by the Chinese Communists in Hong Kong, presumably to target for intimidation.
Cheng was previously detained and tortured by the CCP because he was a British Consulate worker in Hong Kong.
The U.K. helped secure the release of Cheng and the immigration of both Law and Cheng.
But it looks like the Communist Chinese followed them to London and have determined to use their stormtroopers to intimidate, injure and maybe kill anyone who political opposes China no matter where they live.