A recent case released by the DOJ, in which a federal jury convicted a 26-year-old Chinese national and Berklee College of Music student, Xiaolei Wu, for threatening and stalking another Chinese student who posted flyers supporting democracy in China on campus. Wu was convicted after a 4-day jury trial on counts of cyberstalking and interstate transmissions of threatening communication.
According to court documents, in Oct 2022, after the victim posted a flyer stating, “We want freedom. We want food on our tables. We want to breathe. We want art. We want democracy. We want to love. Stand with Chinese people”, Wu wrote to the victim via the WeChat group for students in Berklee College of Music that “Post more, I will chop your bastard hands off.” He also claimed that he had reported the victim and her family in China to the Chinese government so they would be punished for anti-CCP activities. Moreover, Wu published the victim’s address and email, calling for harassment and retaliation from others.
Additionally, it shows that Wu asked his mom in China for suggestions about reporting the victim to the government. Based on the information revealed, his parents are both CCP members and officials in the Tax Bureau in Beijing.
This case provides significant jurisprudence in safeguarding the fundamental right to free speech for all. By the way, when the journalist asked Wu about his feelings and future plans after the trial, Wu said nothing but showed his middle figure to the camera. Apparently, his pro-CCP actions would bring him a good lesson in jail.
In this episode of The Voice of Dr. Yan, I also share my insights about the famous live stream of the heated confrontation in a UK train station between the British pianist Brendan Kavanagh and a group of Chinese people waving Chinese flags. According to the information revealed, the Chinese people in the video are NOT ordinary tourists. Instead, they are working for CCP’s United Front Work (UFW) Department, which is the same department serving Overseas Police Stations, Confucius Institutes, and pro-CCP operations. For example, the UFW has organized people to welcome Xi Jinping in San Francisco with Chinese flags.
Based on conversations, it’s most likely the Chinese were recording a propaganda video for Chinese New Year for CCTV (the official TV channel of CCP) or other state-control media. From the CCP’s perspective, such a video is a political and honorable task. They cannot get such honor if they don’t connect well with certain CCP’s high officials. So they think they are prior to others, and they are used to ordering people to do what they want to in China or in overseas Chinese communities.
In the video, the woman with a hat aggressively “protecting” their image rights is identified as Adelina Ning Zhang. Adelina always hosts CCP’s important parties in the UK, including the parties held by the Chinese embassy. State-owned media repeatedly reported her for such work. There are a lot of photos of UK politicians (e.g., the current Chancellor of the Exchequer, Jeremy Hunt) and celebrities with her online. It means she is an active agent in CCP’s overseas influencing campaign.
The guy yelling at the pianist, “Don’t touch her,” is Newton, XueNian Leng. Leng should be a co-host with Adelina in their video task. He was with Adelina to host another CCP party, as reported. His position is lower than Adelina’s in CCP’s organization. Therefore, it’s an opportunity for him to “protect” Adelina by harassing the pianist. Their behaviors are very rude and egotistical, reflecting the communist culture. Meanwhile, it’s a classic example to show how pro-CCP members are trained to mislead people by falsely accusing “anti-Chinese racism.”
Since CCP agents and the cyber army failed to play the anti-Chinese card with pianist Brendan, they turned to blow off steam at others. For example, the YouTube account of HK piano player Jazzua Leung was suspended due to malicious reports from CCP’s cyber army after he played “Glory to Hong Kong” and “Do You Hear the People Sing” on the same piano after the viral fight. “Glory to Hong Kong,” created by Hong Kong musicians, was widely spread during the pro-Democracy protests in Hong Kong, known as the song of brave freedom fighters in Hong Kong. So, the CCP regime seeks to ban this song from the internet.
According to Xi Jinping Thought, it’s the great rejuvenating process of Communist China, and it is the CCP’s goal to eliminate freedom in the free world. However, the two cases demonstrate the ability of defending freedom in the US and UK to strike back resolutely at the CCP.
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