Posts Tagged ‘CCP Persecution’
Yet Another Chinese Journalist Arrested For Alleged Sedition Against The CCP.
According to authorities and local media, Hong Kong’s national security officers arrested a senior journalist and former contributing writer for the now-defunct liberal media organization Stand News on Monday for alleged sedition. Several significant media institutions, including the Apple Daily newspaper and the Stand News online news portal, have been raided by police and closed down as part of a crackdown on the media based on a sedition statute dating from the British colonial era, as well as a Beijing-imposed national security law. The national security department of the police force arrested a 54-year-old man for “conspiracy to print seditious writings” and detained him for additional investigation, according to local police. Allan Au, a seasoned journalist and academic at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, was identified by local media as the individual who penned columns for newspapers such as…Read More
Republican Senator Of Florida States China Is The Greatest Threat To The U.S.
According to Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), who spoke on the dangers posed by Russia and China at the Washington-based think tank Heritage Foundation on March 29, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is the greatest threat to the American people and nation. “For decades, Chinese Communist Party officials concealed their true goals,” Rubio remarked. “Their actual objective is to reshape the global order and become the most powerful nation on the planet.” “They aren’t hiding it any longer.” Rubio claimed that the CCP was engaged in a campaign to destroy the international order and build a system more favorable to itself by weakening large powers and pushing smaller ones to become dependent on China under the leadership of Party leader Xi Jinping. Rubio stated, “They believe in raw power.” “They feel their smaller neighbors must be their tributaries because they are…Read More
Human Rights Bill In The Works To Criminalize Forced Organ Harvesting; All Will Come To Light.
Human rights organizations are lobbying for a bill to establish an international sanctions network to punish China’s communist leadership for what they call the “unprecedented horror” of forced organ harvesting. Anyone who forcibly removes organs from another living person against their will, stores or transports the organs, operates facilities to host transplant surgery for those organs, receives the organs, or advertises, funds, brokers, or profits from the heinous practice in any way would be breaking the law. According to Theresa Chu, a Taiwan-based human rights lawyer and chair of the advocacy group Legal Commission of the Universal Declaration on Combating and Preventing Forced Organ Harvesting, the measure was borne out of a need to stop the abuse at a national level when international bodies had done little to address the issue. Falun Gong, also known as Falun Dafa, practitioners are…Read More
Germany Calls On UN Rights Office To Release Report On Uyghur Jews Subjected To Persecution.
The German foreign minister demanded that the UN provide a report on the plight of China’s Uyghur Muslim minorities. On Thursday, German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock encouraged the UN Human Rights Office to release a report on the plight of Uyghur Muslims in China that it has compiled. Baerbock said in a video statement to the 47-nation United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva that the global organization needs “greater transparency.” According to Newsmax, Baerbock said during his speech, “We encourage the High Commissioner (for Human Rights) to publish your findings on the incarceration of members of the Muslim Uyghur community – and we call on Beijing to give free access.” Diplomats in Geneva have been claiming for months that the Uyghur report detailing their situation in China’s western Xinjiang province under the Chinese communist dictatorship is nearing completion. However,…Read More
Children Being Separated From Their Families As Part Of Chinese ‘Zero Covid’ Policy.
Guada, a mother of two young children and a mother-to-be, weeps herself to sleep at night, fearful that Hong Kong’s strict COVID-19 regulations may remove her from her children or compel her to give birth alone. As part of Hong Kong’s “dynamic zero” COVID policy, everyone who tests positive for COVID-19, including newborns and children, is placed in isolation facilities with no family contact allowed. The government aims to roll out mandatory mass testing for the city’s 7.4 million people in March, heightening worries of separation among many local and expatriate families as coronavirus cases reach new daily highs. “Imagine how stressed I am right now… “I’m afraid of having to give birth alone, of them taking my daughters, my babies, of them taking me away if I’m positive,” Guada, an Argentinian who has resided in Hong Kong for 3.5…Read More