The day a group of people changed the course of China and the CCP’s history

Insights 04/26/22, 04:57

Twenty-three years ago in China, a surprisingly peaceful and courageous protest took place by a group of people who wanted to safeguard their freedom of belief and prevent persecution by the Chinese regime. On April 25, 1999, about 10,000 people demonstrated peacefully near the Zhongnanhai government compound in Beijing. These people ...

Surgeons declare healthy prisoners ‘brain dead’ before carving them up: Study concludes

News 04/13/22, 04:40

Medical specialists misdiagnosed patients as profoundly unresponsive and extracted their organs while still alive. This is the shocking conclusion researchers reached after completing a thorough investigation. The Australian National University recently published what is claimed to be the world's first study exposing the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP's) transition away from executing ...

New York thug attacks Falun Gong truth-clarification center

New York 02/15/22, 18:48

On Feb. 10, a Chinese man with black tattoos on both arms, a black hat, and a black shirt began attacking the Falun Gong truth-clarification site in front of the Flushing Library in New York. He then moved to another location outside the Flushing Golden Mall, hitting, kicking, vandalizing, and ...

US bill targeting forced labor may worsen supply chain woes in China

Insights 02/14/22, 19:59

China is facing disruptions in its supply chain due to new lockdowns from its Zero-Covid policy. The woes could worsen as U.S. lawmakers introduce a bipartisan bill to hold American businesses accountable for having slave labor in supply chains. Slave-Free Business Certification Act U.S. Senators Josh Hawley and Kirsten Gillibrand, on Feb. ...

International tribunal: CCP’s top official responsible for Xinjiang ‘genocide’

China 12/10/21, 06:29

Chinese communist leader Xi Jinping and other top officials of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) bore primary responsibility for the “genocide, crimes against humanity and torture against Uighurs, Kazakhs and other ethnic minority citizens” in Xinjiang—declared the Uighur Tribunal on Thursday, according to Reuters. In recent years, over a million people, ...

Butchering people for body parts should be called ‘organcide’ says rights defender Andy Vermaut

Opinion 11/07/21, 22:07

Killing countless peaceful people to sell their vital human parts should be called murderous organ harvesting, a human rights champion said. Andy Vermaut wants everyone to start calling the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP's) state-sanctioned butchering of Falun Dafa adherents, native Uighur people, and underground Christians "organcide." Although the PostVersa president believes arbitrarily ...

Hugo Boss, Lidl, and Aldi sued for using Chinese slave labor

China 09/08/21, 15:00

On Monday, Sept. 6, the European Center for Constitutional and Human Rights (ECCHR) filed a criminal complaint against five major German brands for using Chinese slave labor in their production chain. The ECCHR's complaint alleges that luxury clothing brand Hugo Boss, supermarket chains Lidl and Aldi, and clothing stores C&A, among ...

Lawmakers demand immediate end to ‘horrific displays’ of prisoner corpses

China 08/10/21, 22:54

Authorities should immediately end ghastly exhibitions of dead bodies for profit, political leaders have urged. Lawmakers want the government to stop macabre displays from being held across the United Kingdom. House of Lords members accuse some event organizers of procuring cadavers out of commercial interest from deceased prison inmates, many of ...

Legislators push for ‘diplomatic boycott’ of China 2022 Olympics

China 07/28/21, 16:29

A bipartisan group of House lawmakers is pushing a measure to trigger a diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in China. The boycott would be a consequence of the genocide being committed by the Chinese communist regime against ethnic Uighurs and other Turkish Muslim minority groups, Fox News reported. The ...

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