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martes, 19 de abril de 2016

China alerta sobre espías occidentales y seductores con su campaña "Amor peligroso"

BEIJING, 19 abril 2016 (AP) — China celebró su primer Día Nacional de Educación en Seguridad con un cartel advirtiendo sobre extranjeros atractivos con intenciones ocultas.


Titulado "Amor peligroso", el cartel narra la historia de una joven y atractiva funcionaria china, "Little Li", que conoce a un extranjero pelirrojo en una fiesta y entabla una relación.

Aunque ella lo desconoce, "David" es un espía extranjero y la inunda de cumplidos sobre su belleza, ramos de flores, cenas lujosas y paseos románticos por el parque.

Después de que Little Li proporcione a David documentos secretos internos de su oficina de propaganda gubernamental, la pareja es arrestada. En la última viñeta del cartel, Li aparece sentada y esposada ante dos policías, que le dicen que tiene una "escasa comprensión del secreto para una empleada estatal".

A foreign friend has organized a gathering tonight…You’re always trying to increase your foreign language level, why don’t you go with me?
–OK.

My name is David and I’m a visiting scholar researching issues about China. I’m really interested in chatting with all of you.
Everybody please introduce yourself and say a little something about your work. Let’s start with this pretty lady.
–Oh, OK!. 
Xiao Li: I’m Xiao Li, I just tested into the civil service after graduating college and work in a foreign publicity department.
David: OK

After that party, David began to meet with Xiao Li often and gave her gifts.
DAVID: You’re pretty, sweet and exceptional; Honestly I fell for you the first time I saw you.
Having a handsome, romantic and talented foreign boyfriend is pretty good.

The two begin a romantic involvement.
DAVID: Dear, what exactly do you do at your work?
XIAO LI: I write internal references as a basis for central policies.
DAVID: Great! Lend me those internal references so I can take a look. This will really help me write academic articles.
XIAO LI: I can’t, we have a confidentiality system.
DAVID: Dear, do you still need to keep secrets from me? I’m just taking a look to use in academic articles.
XIAO LI: Unh, OK then.


XIAO LI: This is a copy I made, give it back as soon as you’re done.
DAVID: Relax, Sweetheart.

What happened? David hasn’t called me recently, and his phone is always off.

Are you Xiao Li? We're from the State Administration of National Security. Please come with us. 
XIAO LI: What? What's going on?
OFFICER: David is an overseas spy in China to steal political and military information, and we have already captured him. Did you provide him with these ‘internal references?’
XIAO LI: What?
XIAO LI: I didn't know he was a spy; he used me! 
OFFICER: You show a very shallow understanding of secrecy for a State employee. You are suspected of violating our nation's law.
A warning from the National Security Organs: According to Chapter 1 on crimes endangering national security, article 111 of the Criminal Law of the P.R.C.: Whoever steals, secretly gathers, purchases, or illegally provides state secrets or intelligence for an organization, institution, or personnel outside the country is to be sentenced from not less than five years to not more than 10 years of fixed-term imprisonment; when circumstances are particularly serious, he is to be sentenced to not less than 10 years of fixed- term imprisonment, or life sentence; and when circumstances are relatively minor, he is to be sentenced to not more than five years of fixed-term imprisonment, criminal detention, control, or deprivation of political rights.
Article 27 of Chapter IV of the Counter-Espionage Law provides that: Where extraterritorial institutions, organizations or individuals carry out, or instigate or financially support others in carrying out espionage activities, or where an institution, organization or individual within the territory linked to a foreign institution, organization or individual conducts espionage activities, and it constitutes a crime, it is pursued for criminal responsibility in accordance with law.
Fuente: http://mx.news.qa1p.global.media.yahoo.com/china-alerta-sobre-esp-con-su-campa-amor-063405310.html