The leaked data of two million Chinese Communist Party workers revealed the dragon’s new trick. Australian media The Australian reported in his report that he disclosed data from official documents such as position, date of birth, national ID number, ethnicity of around 2 million suspected Party activists Chinese Communist (CCP) living and working in the world. Disclosed. The great thing is that these activists work in trade embassies, defense, banks and global companies around the world.
Deployed in defense, banks and large companies in many countries
In it, the Australian revealed how suspected CPC members were employed in some of the world’s largest defense and banking companies and in large pharmaceutical companies engaged in the manufacture of vaccines against the corona virus. According to the newspaper, the companies in which CPC members have been employed are Boeing and Volkswagen, pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and AstraZeneca, and financial institutions such as ANZ and HSBC.
CPC member data leak of 19.5 lakh
Details of 19.5 lakh CPC members were revealed in this leaked data. This data was obtained by Whistleblower from a server in Shanghai, the commercial capital of China. The Australian analysis found that CPC members have been appointed as high-level political and government experts, clerks, economic advisers and executive assistants in at least 10 consulates in Shanghai.
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CPC members are posted in the embassy of many countries
The report alleged that the ruling CCP had infiltrated the Australian, British and American consulates in Shanghai. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade is seeking help from a Chinese government agency to recruit local staff. It also revealed 79,000 branches, many of which are in businesses, universities and government agencies.
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Their infiltration into America, Britain and Australia
Australian journalist and Sky News host Sherry Markson wrote in her report on Monday that it is considered the first of its kind in the world. Markson said the shocking thing about this database is not just that it exposes people who are members of the Communist Party and who now live and work all over the world, including Australia, America and in Great Britain. But it also raises the curtain on the functioning of the party under President and President Xi Jinping.
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These members are accountable to Jinping and the party
He said branches of the CCP have been created within Western companies (American and European), where members, if called upon, are directly accountable to the party and President Xi himself. This can make some global companies uncomfortable with no plans to protect their intellectual property from theft or avoid economic espionage. Markson said the leak was a significant security flaw and could upset Xi.
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This data was stolen from a server in Shanghai
The data was stolen by Chinese rebels from a server in Shanghai in April 2016. Australia’s main trading partner’s relations with China deteriorated after it became the first country to publicly shut down Chinese company Huawei in its 5G network. Relations between the two worsened when Australia requested an investigation into the origin of the corona virus.