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- Xi Jinping Explains the CCP Theory of “Human Rights” with Marx and Confucius
An important theoretical article published on June 15 evidenced once again that Xi uses “human rights” with a different meaning than the rest of the world.
- China: Human Rights Lawyers in Jail: Why Didn’t Bachelet Visit Them?
Hundreds of attorneys are in jail just for defending human rights cases. The U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights was asked to visit at least three of them. She didn’t.
- Jehovah’s Witnesses and Conscientious Objection: The ECHR Condemns Lithuania
The European Court found that the Vilnius government failed to offer to objectors a clear alternative to military service.
- Conscience, Disasters, and Tai Ji Men
The modern study of disasters confirms that even in natural catastrophes the corrupted bureaucrats’ lack of conscience play a destructive role.