The Hong Kong Catholic Church’s past, present, and future—and decisions to be taken by the Vatican—weigh heavily on the fate of the protest.
Forum for Religious Freedom Europe’s most successful videos ever denounced the persecution against The Church of Almighty God’s refugees in South Korea. A dark hand (or rather a red hand) viciously deleted them.
Xinjiang CCP leaders claim that the majority of the camps’ inmates have found “suitable work.” In fact, they have not been released but are compelled to work in factories built inside the camps.
Judge rules that the proper venue for the trial of the human rights activist who exposed the horrors of China camps is Almaty rather than Nur-Sultan.
Another 13 countries, including Iran, signed the letter supporting the CCP’s horrific treatment of Uyghurs and other Muslims in Xinjiang.
The trial of the brave activist defending the victims of Xinjiang re-education camps is ready to start. Bitter Winter interviewed his lawyer and his wife
Relatives of refugees from The Church of Almighty God (CAG) were coerced or manipulated to go to Seoul and stage anti-CAG demonstrations with the notorious Ms. O. These sideshows regularly end in disgrace. Why does the CCP keep organizing them?
A “family search party” was brought to Seoul to stage false demonstrations where relatives askedChurch of Almighty God refugees to “come home” to China, i.e. to jail. This time, local media clearly understood that it was Ms. O who prevented the relatives from peacefully meeting their loved ones.
The pro-CCP and anti-cult activist organized a sideshow in front of the Blue House, the residence of the Korean President. She was in for a surprise, as refugees fought back with their own, more successful press conference.