Chinese secret police and their agents are stalking, harassing, intimidating, and conspiring to commit violence against pro-democracy activists and Chinese dissidents on U.S. soil, according to three new criminal cases unsealed by the Department of Justice (DOJ) on March 16. Continue reading “Chinese Secret Police Targeted US Army Vet on American Soil, Attempted to Interfere in Election..”
At least 140 retirees in China had their pensions suspended last year—a punishment for refusing to give up their faith. All of them practice Falun Gong, a spiritual meditation system based on the principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance. The data comes from Minghui.org, a U.S.-based website dedicated to recording the persecution of Falun Gong in China. Now, NTD hears from one of them who wants to share her story.
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A commentator on ESPN compared China’s genocide to sports injuries and GOP voting laws. There is a giant war over giant pandas—US lawmakers attempting to stymie the negative impacts of China’s panda diplomacy. And an Olympic athlete is complaining about water pouring into her apartment. Lots of water. From the ceiling. The apartment is inundated. Watch this episode of China Uncensored for that and more of this week’s China news headlines.
Rep. Kevin McCarthy wants to set up a special committee to investigate China, including the true origins of Covid and allegations the Bidens made millions from deals with Beijing – if the GOP wins a Congress majority in 2022. Continue reading “USA – Congressman Kevin McCarthy wants “China Committee” to Probe Covid Origins & Bidens’ Beijing Bonus – [VIDEO]”
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Since the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) came to power in 1949, it has been employing unethical ways to persecute citizens and suppress spiritual groups. Recently, several reports have confirmed how the CCP is using sexual abuse as a tool for re-educating and transforming prisoners of faith, regardless of their age.
Rooted in atheism and materialism, the communist regime has been brutally suppressing Uyghur Muslims, Christians, Buddhists, and Falun Gong practitioners for years. Those who refuse to comply with the CCP’s orders are detained and taken to secretive “re-education camps” where they are subjected to unimaginable abuses, including gang rape and electrocution.
A 90-year-old in China is detained by police. She’s been fighting for her rights for more than a decade, after her home was torn down by authorities.
Some of China’s richest are now behind bars. That’s after they were recruited by the Chinese Communist Party, and got a little too involved in its internal power struggle.
Is Xi Jinping the cause for the Chinese regime’s aggression? The daughter of Mao Zedong’s secretary says the CCP has long sought global domination.
Beijing is pushing its digital currency to compete on the world stage. It’s going up against the world’s biggest cryptocurrency.
And the U.S. Commerce Secretary is found to own a stake in a Chinese tech giant. The corporation owns messaging App WeChat, which is now under review by the Commerce department.
Australia – Sky News host Peta Credlin says a “bombshell report” has found the Chinese government is breaching every provision of the UN Genocide Convention.
“Earlier this year, we brought you the horrific details of a BBC report into the systematic rape, torture and abuse of Uighur women, held in prison camps by the Chinese Government,” Ms Credlin said. “Now, another major development”.
An SBS spokesman told Reuters that programs from CCTV and CGTN would not air on Saturday and that SBS was reviewing a complaint from a human rights organization.
“Given the serious concerns it raises, and the complexity of the material involved, we have made the decision to suspend the broadcast of the overseas-sourced CGTN and CCTV news bulletins while we undertake an assessment of these services,” SBS said in a statement.
A story on the SBS News website said human rights organization Safeguard Defenders wrote to SBS after Britain’s media regulator revoked the license of CGTN due to “serious non-compliance offences.”
A famous Chinese transplant surgeon’s death raises suspicions. It’s been ruled a suicide, but some are pointing to the Chinese regime’s practice of forced organ harvesting.
China’s most important annual political meetings are scheduled for later this week. But authorities there seem to be ramping up suppression of activists and justice-seekers ahead of the event.
A pandemic-control volunteer in China is asked to quarantine. But his stay quickly took an unexpected turn when he witnessed people there being driven insane by the facility’s poor conditions.
As allegations of human rights violations in Xinjiang mount, with a growing number of Western lawmakers accusing China of genocide, Beijing is focusing on discrediting the female Uighur witnesses behind recent reports of abuse.
Chinese officials have named women, disclosed what they say is private medical data and information on the women’s fertility, and accused some of having affairs and one of having a sexually transmitted disease. The officials said the information was evidence of bad character, invalidating the women’s accounts of abuse in Xinjiang.
Nineteen-year-old Wang Jingyu was summoned back to China from overseas on Feb. 21 after he criticized the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) for underreporting Chinese deaths during the June 2020 China-India border clash.
Beijing authorities have since detained his parents, who live in southwestern China’s Chongqing, raided their house, dismissed them from their state-run company positions, and assaulted them, in an attempt to force Wang to stop talking to overseas media and go back to China.
On Feb. 27, Wang told The Epoch Times that he couldn’t reach his parents by phone and was threatened by police from Chongqing that they would do worse to his parents if he doesn’t go back.
A major Chinese study has revealed Beijing’s goals to ‘reduce Uighur population density’ and assimilate minority culture by giving news jobs – often far from home – to thousands of Uighurs and other ethnic minorities in Xinjiang.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) – The Dutch parliament on Thursday passed a non-binding motion saying the treatment of the Uighur Muslim minority in China amounts to genocide, the first such move by a European country.
Canada has become the second country in the world to describe China’s treatment of its Uighur minority as a genocide, following a contentious parliamentary vote which is likely to further raise diplomatic tensions between the two nations.
Lawmakers approved the non-binding motion, brought forward by opposition Conservatives, to recognize China’s actions in the north-western Xinjiang province as a genocide against Muslim Uighurs.
Prime minister Justin Trudeau and senior members of cabinet did not attend the vote on Monday. All other Liberal members present voted in favour of the motion, except the foreign affairs minister, Marc Garneau, who abstained on behalf of the government.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. House of Representatives on Thursday reintroduced a bipartisan bill that would ban imports from China’s Xinjiang region unless it is certified they are not produced with forced labor, and allow further sanctions against Chinese officials responsible for abuses against Muslims.
Xinjiang camp, Uyghur children are forcefully separated from their parents and ordered to chant, “My mother is China, we love our mother, we love China.”
The inner workings of China’s Communist re-education machine on full display.
Conservative Leader Erin O’Toole is calling on Ottawa to push for the relocation of the 2022 Winter Olympics outside of China due to Beijing’s “genocide against Uyghur Muslims” and “police state in Hong Kong,” violating both human rights and principles of Olympism.
In a press conference on Tuesday, O’Toole said the time has come for Canada to take a stand for human rights and dignity and call on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to relocate the 2022 Winter Olympics out of China.
“The first principle of the Olympic Charter states that the Olympic movement is intended to ‘create a way of life based on the joy of effort, the educational value of good example, social responsibility and respect for universal fundamental ethical principles,’” said O’Toole, but “genocide is taking place in China right now.”
“Approximately one million Uyghurs have been forcibly relocated into detention centres for re-education in [Xinjiang]. People who have managed to escape have reported horrific coordinated violence using violence, using physical, mental, and sexual torture,” O’Toole said.