Dahua Technology Provides “Uyghur Warnings” To CCP Police…[VIDEO]

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IPVM collaborated with the LA Times on this report, see: LA Times Race detection and ‘real-time Uighur warnings’ — inside Dahua’s facial recognition technology.

Dahua China Support Documents

Dahua’s China product support portal, via a link on Dahua’s own website, documented Dahua police video surveillance projects including numerous explicit references to Uyghurs.

In China, police security camera networks integrate ‘Uyghur alert’ AI software that notifies police when a Uyghur-looking face appears on video surveillance footage.

Full Story: https://ipvm.com/reports/dahua-uyghur-warning

Falun Gong activist detained in Poland. China CCP demands extradition…

“In the event of my extradition, my fate will be sealed”

– If Poland surrenders me to China, I will die – says an activist of the movement fought by communist authorities of the Middle Kingdom. He is supported by the Swedish embassy of which he is a national and the Ombudsman. However, the Polish court believes that it is not about activities in the community fought by China, but about economic crimes and agreed to surrender the detainee.

CCP Tells Biden Administration to Play by its Rules

Beijing Tells Biden Administration to Play by CCP’s Rules
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi speaks at a dinner hosted by the U.S.-China Business Council and the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations in Washington, on July 11, 2013. (Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images)

China’s top diplomat Yang Jiechi warned the Biden administration not to cross Beijing’s “red line” in a half-hour speech on the evening of Feb. 1.

“The United States should stop interference in the affairs of Hong Kong, Tibet, and Xinjiang,” Yang said, calling the issues regarding the three regions China’s “internal affairs.” He made the remarks while speaking at a virtual event hosted by New York-based nonprofit the National Committee on U.S.-China Relations.

Yang added: “They constitute a red line that must not be crossed. Any trespassing would end up undermining China-U.S. relations and the United States’ own interests.”

He also told the United States that it should “strictly abide by the One China principle” with regards to Taiwan, a self-ruled island that Beijing claims is part of its territory.

Full story: https://www.ntd.com/beijing-tells-biden-administration-to-play-by-ccps-rules_561556.html

China: A Colonial Power in Disguise for Cameroon

China is colonizing Africa. As part of Chinese president Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road initiative, Africa is being used as a source for food, minerals, and strategic military ports. China’s first overseas military base is in Djibouti. Will US China battle for influence in Africa affect the Trade War? Joining us is Felix Agbor Nkongho, founder and director of the Centre for Human Rights and Democracy in Africa.

View story here: https://youtu.be/igLJe-CWUZg

Canada’s PM condemns China death sentence for Canadian drug smuggler, raising tensions

A Chinese court has sentenced a Canadian man to death for drug smuggling, a ruling sure to aggravate already sour relations between Beijing and Ottawa following the arrest of a senior Chinese executive in Canada.


  • Relations between the two nations are already strained over arrest of Huawei CFO
  • Schellenberg had conspired to smuggle 222kg of methamphetamine from China to Australia
  • Human rights organisations estimate China executions to be around 2,000 annually

Read Full Story Here: https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-01-15/china-sentences-canadian-to-death,-raises-diplomatic-tension/10715308


China; Police detain more than 100 Christian church members in series of violent raids

Chinese authorities have reportedly detained more than 100 members of an unregistered Christian church and their high-profile pastor, as the Communist Party’s country-wide crackdown on organised religion continues.

Police raided the homes of members of the Early Rain Covenant Church in the city of Chengdu on Sunday evening, including the home of its outspoken leader, Protestant pastor Wang Yi.

The South China Morning Post reported officials blocked church members’ social media accounts during the raids, and cut off the church’s phone line.

The church said on its Facebook page more church members were detained following further raids on Monday and Tuesday morning, and accused police of physically assaulting some worshippers and stomping on their feet.