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China’s Anti-corruption Drive Is a Farce

“There is no CCP official who is not corrupt. Can anti-corruption figures truly prove anti-corruption? The CCP’s anti-corruption campaigns have always been a political struggle needed in order to play with power. Those in power conduct anti-corruption efforts against those who are disobedient or lack power”, said Guo Yongfeng, founder of the Association of Chinese Citizens for Monitoring the Government.

Chinese Social Media Reveals Militarization of Tibet

Tourist in Lhasa, Tibet are welcomed by People’s Armed Police patrolling the streets…
“The streets are full of explosives-proof vehicles and police cars, snipers, troops standing at the ready, it felt like a war was about to start… …Repression is in the air”…

Lawyers Detained in China for Attempting to Free Falun Gong Practitioners

The Chinese authorities are detaining four prominent rights lawyers for attempting to free Falun Gong practitioners held in a brainwashing center.
Responding to the kidnapping of the lawyers, over 100 rights lawyers and concerned citizens released on the internet a statement condemning their confinement,

The View From Inside China’s Brutal Prison System

Many in the West thought that helping to improve China’s economy, and giving China the Olympics in 2008, would somehow result in more respect for human rights.
The Swedish businessman George Karimi told experience in the Chinese prison: “The conditions in Chinese prisons are horrible”

UN Experts Slam China for Death of Activist Cao Shunli

The human rights defender Cao Shunli death in custody in China was raised by NGO’s in United Nations (UN) Human Rights Council,
Cao died, according to family and friends, because authorities denied her medical treatment
Inside the Council Chinese representatives filmed and took pictures of NGO’s members in contravention of the Council’s rules.

Finland Gets a Taste of Chinese Communist Political Struggle

In Finland, a Chinese woman, supporter of the policies of the Chinese Communist Party, was kicked out the anti-immigration party for her discriminatory reaction to a mail sent by the Organ harvesting forum
The forum organizer, Olli Torma remarked:: It made people think about how the Chinese agenda is being advanced in Western societies.

Chinese Bishop Under House Arrest Dies in Shanghai

Joseph Fan Zhongliang, the Vatican-approved Bishop of the Diocese of Shanghai, died while in house arrest.
He was Fan under house arrest, following his ordination by Pope John Paul II in 2000 and until his death on Sunday

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