On July 22, new false demonstrations against refugees from The Church of Almighty God start in Korea. The bigot promoting them is spreading hate against all minorities.
106 countries attended in Washington the second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom. The clearest message: China persecutes all religions.
A secret text on jail reform calls for re-educating “cultists” and Uyghurs through the study of Xi Jinping’s thought and introducing more electronic surveillance.
At the Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom organized by the U.S. State Department in Washington DC, high-tech companies supplying components to Chinese surveillance systems are told that this is immoral—and should be illegal too.
The movie on how the CCP operates abroad, directly or through fellow travelers, to intimidate refugees and prevent them from obtaining asylum, is now available online.
At the United Nations, 22 countries sign a letter condemning the CCP transformations through education camps, 37 answers praising China’s “remarkable achievements” in human rights.
Ms. O Myung-ok, the notorious Korean anti-cult and pro-CCP activist, attacks the June 20 conference organized by Bitter Winter and claims Islam “is not one of the world’s major religions”.
A new document clarifies the Holy See’s official position on the controversial question whether Catholic priests and Bishops “can” or “should” join the CCP-controlled association.
China has the largest section in the annual report, denouncing repression of all faiths and torture against Uyghurs, Falun Gong practitioners, members of The Church of Almighty God, and others. The most quoted media? Bitter Winter