Those who tell the truth are sanctioned by the CCP. Those still allowed to visit China and attend events there are asked to stop telling the truth.
As lockdown begins to ease in Britain, demonstrations outside the Chinese Embassy in London started again. Bitter Winter was there, too.
Each of the Four Cups was raised to symbolize Uyghur’s captivity and hoped-for deliverance.
Not understanding how democracy works, the CCP created itself an unprecedented anti-Chinese coalition in the West, outraged by its aggressive behavior.
As a “compensation,” Chinese officials responsible for atrocities in Xinjiang were sanctioned by the House of Commons.
The document by the Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) Committee of the House of Commons is at risk of being ignored by “Sinophile” Boris Johnson.
Is the UK ethically confused, complicit, or simply naive in the face of Beijing’s incremental encroachment on key areas of its infrastructure?
The full force of the Party’s propaganda is deployed against women and men who dared to speak. Even their relatives in China are compelled to testify against them.
New documents prove that hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs and other Turkic workers are forcibly transferred to other provinces to tear apart their communities.