The Chinese Communist regime has been inciting mobs to attack Falun Gong practitioners in Flushing for more than a month. In order to continuously stir up trouble, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) had no choice but to pay a huge price—that is, exposing many of its hidden liaison locations and covert agents who had been secretly working for the CCP in Flushing for years.
In Order to Deal With Falun Gong, the CCP Showed Its Hand
The Queens Library area in Flushing used to be a bustling neighborhood of Korean immigrants. However, over the past ten years, Chinese consulate officials have set up their U.S. East Coast base of operations in Flushing.
The Chinese consulate spent huge amounts of money purchasing stores on Main Street in Flushing, especially in the vicinity of the library. The CCP allowed special agents and key thugs to manage these stores, supporting their businesses with low interest rate loans. These stores were developed into CCP's liaison sites—the special agents were arranged to work in these stores so as to collect information.
During this round of attacks on Falun Gong practitioners, the CCP chose the Flushing area because of its network of covert operations there. It is no exaggeration to say that the CCP is showing its hand in order to attack Falun Gong.
On May 17, 2008, the CCP hatched a plot to attack the "Quitting the CCP Rally" in front of the Queens Library in Flushing. Shortly after the rally started, a mass of nearly one thousand gathered to surround the Falun Gong rally. As a matter of fact, the CCP thugs, who were either deceived or bought by the CCP, were scattered in different stores (CCP's main liaison points) near the library that morning. That's why the CCP was able to mobilize nearly 1,000 "en mass" in a few minutes.
Colluding in Their 'Street Skits'
On June 21, the CCP thugs played different roles in their "street skits" outside the Starbucks Coffee Shoppe in Flushing. Some played the role of distributing flyers to defame Falun Gong; others pretended to be passers-by who accepted the flyers; some acted as onlookers and made comments about Falun Gong; still others pretended to be pedestrians and went to the police to "explain the situation."
According to a local resident who reported to the Service Center to Quit the CCP, Chinese consulate officials were instigating these "actors and actresses" among the crowd. A consul surnamed Huang camouflaged himself in the crowd and incited other people. As soon as he noticed that someone recognized him, he left in a rush and disappeared into the Shengjin Restaurant.
According to this person, this restaurant is a liaison site for special agents in Flushing. There was also a special agent from the Chinese Department of State Security in this restaurant. Huang sneaked into the restaurant at around 7 p.m. on June 21.
The CCP's Unbridled Frenzies
An alleged woman thug had been exposed by the Chinese Epoch Times and her photo was published in the paper. On June 21, she held the copy of Chinese Epoch Times with her photo on it and yelled out: "I am the CCP special agent and CCP hooligan!"
Suddenly, many people gathered around her, acting in different roles. Some were the CCP's thugs who pretended to be pedestrians, some were CCP special agents, some were local agents, and some were acting as Falun Gong practitioners. As police came over to scatter the crowd, a CCP special agent quickly approached the police to slander Falun Gong in fluent English, and expressed his sympathy towards the woman thug.
An insider revealed these people's backgrounds to the service center. He said, "The CCP started to exploit and expose their higher-level special agents. These agents have been hiding for many years. The regime has spent huge amounts of money training these agents inside the CCP State Security system. Now they are all being used to persecute innocent people. The CCP is insane!"