Redflex and Red China: Partners in Oppression


rdfctMeet Redflex’s new partner in crime: China’s communist government:

Redflex Traffic Systems and ChinaTel Group this week announced their hope of invading the potentially lucrative traffic surveillance market in the People’s Republic of China…

According to Xinhua, China’s official government news service, total yearly traffic ticket revenue is estimated at over a trillion yuan (US $146 billion) and the cameras are frequently used for additional purposes. Last May, Shenzhen Public Security Bureau employees were caught using traffic cameras to peep into the bedrooms of local residents.

Redflex, a private, unregulated foreign entity with no allegiance to the United States, has the power to monitor hundreds of thousands of cameras which watch over millions of U.S. citizens.

And now they’re in business with China, and their biggest Arizona cheerleader is now off to head “Homeland Security.”

Redflex is no longer just committing fraud: they are a threat to the security, safety, and sovereignty of the United States of America.

22 Responses to Redflex and Red China: Partners in Oppression

  1. Uncle Slam says:

    Exporting a for-profit scam to a government which brutalizes its very own citizenry? A nation that thinks lead is a suitable ingedient in childrens toys? Is this what we want to align ourselves with? China? A Brutal Dictatorship that cares not for freedom?

    Shame! Horror! Rise up America, rise up and say NO.

    No to machines telling us to pay a fee to a corrupt government. No to a state and federal government that cannot balance its own books. NO to a corruption of the very document that maintains our granted liberties.

    Read your Constitution and defend it!

  2. No One says:

    I am positively looking forward to watching the pro-camera people doing some extreme mental gymnastics trying to explain this one away.

    “What? The cameras infringing on privacy? There must be some mistake. After all, it’s not like the cameras are in your bedroom! Oh…wait…”

  3. RPr says:

    They had to go to comunist china they are getting kicked out of America.

  4. camerafraud says:

    op·pres·sion

    \ə-ˈpre-shən\

    noun

    unjust or cruel exercise of authority or power b: something that oppresses especially in being an unjust or excessive exercise of power

  5. I'm Back says:

    I’m comfortable with all this. You guys are just paranoid. Just relax, don’t speed and if you get too far in debt and have your rights taken away, BO the Savior and Uncle Benny Printing Press will just bail you all out.

    After all, this is the good ol’ USofA where corporations and big goverment rule while the people are just too dumb to make any of their own decisions or know what’s good for them. Big Brother is here to save you from yourself and take care of you. Isn’t that what life in Amerika is all about? Eh?

  6. jgunn says:

    I’m back: You’re comfortable with: “caught using traffic cameras to peep into the bedrooms of local residents.”? Wow, that takes some kahunas! Mind if your bedroom is the first to be monitored?

  7. Joe says:

    “Redflex is no longer just committing fraud: they are a threat to the security, safety, and sovereignty of the United States of America.”

    I thought I recognized the stenciled spray-painted signs. You’re those Ron Paul people. I understand he lost and now you need to focus the energy somewhere, but please let’s stick to the camera problem here in the USA. If the Chinese people want communism in their lives, there is not much we can do about it.

    Redflex may be the threat to your privacy, but I’d not exactly go as far as you did in saying they threaten national security. Calm down. We don’t want people thinking we all wear tinfoil hats.

    I think it would also be nice if main posts to this website would feature the name of the author.

  8. AA says:

    I would sure like to hear the camera supporters explain how they can be in favor of something that China does with it’s own citizens, considering their past human rights record. I’m not going to go as far as saying Redflex is a national security threat, but I *will* say that a private company with this much surveillance capability is a scary proposition.

  9. Chinaman says:

    I am Chinese born here in this lovely state of Arizona…this is a great breakthrough for the Chinese communist government, although I do not approve of their peeping tom incident with a few of their dishonest employees, they should be fired immediately. I do approve of traffic enforcement of all kinds where ever possible to improve safety and reduce the deaths of so many good Chinese people. They made so many things that you all take for granted. So please no racist or disrespectful comments that many of you have in mind.

  10. glyphhunter says:

    I think it would also be nice if main posts to this website would feature the name of the author

    and their home address, and the live feed from their webcam, and their…

  11. RC says:

    Hell I think it would be cool if they would just delete comments they did not like instead of changing them to something else.

  12. geez says:

    Go around your house and count how many products you bought that were made in china, hell I bet most of you spent your rebate checks on chinese products and all the money went to china.

    RC you can’t delete comments on a sight that talks about freedom.

  13. RC says:

    But you can change them to something like “I like peanut butter” instead.

    That makes sense.

  14. Pablo says:

    Can anyone give me a link to this peeping tom incident or is this all bull shit. I agree with RC many of my posts have been deleted or changed into something else, I guess the big question is who are the people that are not giving me my right to freedom of speech. Never mind I know who they are, it’s the same people that complain that their rights have been violated. I wonder have these people ever had to fight for there rights? Have even of these so called patriots ever served their country in the military? Most likely NO! And why, some might ask, because they don’t care what other people think as a whole they only want to spread there opinion on stupid shit because they have no life. And it’s the only way that they can get attention. Well good luck with your protests you non patriot fucks.

  15. Jeffy says:

    Can anyone give me a link to this peeping tom incident or is this all bull shit. I agree with RC many of my posts have been deleted or changed into something else, I guess the big question is who are the people that are not giving me my right to freedom of speech. Never mind I know who they are, it’s the same people that complain that their rights have been violated. I wonder have these people ever had to fight for there rights? Have even of these so called patriots ever served their country in the military? Most likely NO! And why, some might ask, because they don’t care what other people think as a whole they only want to spread there opinion on stupid shit because they have no life. And it’s the only way that they can get attention. Well good luck with your protests you non patriot fucks.

  16. Mom says:

    Can anyone give me a link to this peeping tom incident or is this all bull shit. I agree with RC many of my posts have been deleted or changed into something else, I guess the big question is who are the people that are not giving me my right to freedom of speech. Never mind I know who they are, it’s the same people that complain that their rights have been violated. I wonder have these people ever had to fight for there rights? Have even of these so called patriots ever served their country in the military? Most likely NO! And why, some might ask, because they don’t care what other people think as a whole they only want to spread there opinion on stupid shit because they have no life. And it’s the only way that they can get attention. Well good luck with your protests you non patriot fucks.

  17. Joe says:

    My only real point was “try and not make us all look mentally insane” by equating Redflex’s trying to crack the Chinese market (what else would you expect of a greed factory like Redflex?) with the breakdown of US national security. That’s “tinfoil hat” talk.

    And my point about post authorship is this:
    Either an individual or group of people run this website, and that is fine. But they have empowered themselves to be the authors of main articles posted here. Fine also. But these people are desiring us to follow their lead. Well, that means you have to maintain some credibility. When you make statements like the Chinese/national security one, I start to wonder who exactly is running the show. I want to know if this is the opinion of one guy, or the entire “movement”. If just one guy, I’d like to know “which guy”.

    I introduced myself to Matt on Friday at the sign-wave and tried to ask him a question about language regarding randomly collected license plate data in the proposed ballott initiative. And I got the feeling that he did not want to engage or talk. Fine also. It’s your political group, not mine. You don’t have to answer any question I throw at you. I got the feeling that they only want supporters that fully agree with all of the platform. Fine again.

  18. glyphhunter says:

    @Joe,

    please contact me at glyphhunter@yahoo.com

  19. Mom says:

    Just as i thought no proof of peeping tom incident. Oh and thank you for letting my last comment go through.

  20. all of you says:

    get off the computer and do something. you all stand for something while your sitting in a chair bickering at a person with the opposite view. DOOOOOOO SOMETHING. America is getting raped by the government.

  21. slave says:

    greed. greed. greed. profit, thats what its all about when redflex thinks of working with china.

  22. Law A. Bidingcitizen says:

    free the slave… from himself…. please

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