Calling China a "master of infiltration," the author, who was persecuted for a book criticizing Xi Jinping, urges Japan to root out "secret police stations."
There are reportedly covert Chinese police stations in some 50 countries. They spy on Chinese citizens and violate the sovereignty of those countries.
Chinese espionage has been so successful because the United States allowed it to fester. Spy balloons are just the tip of the iceberg.
Japan cannot overlook the secret Chinese police stations. They violate the sovereignty of Japan, and they violate the human rights of overseas Chinese.
“Is it sound,” asks Diet member Haruko Arimura, that “a cultural center of a country ruled exclusively by the Communist Party” be strategically placed in 14...
The land purchases will allow the buyers to monitor activities at the U.S. military bases, Self-Defense Forces and Japan Coast Guard facilities, and space development installations.