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Mum Brought The Light Into My Life—It was no ordinary light, it was a spiritual rebirth

Writer:Lilian

Introduction:
Mum: deep down in my heart, I’ve always believed that it’s never too late to unravel the truth to young children, because the demons (CCP) begins to brainwash our kids as early as in their childhood (eg, since they start kindergarten). Hence, I began to fight for my daughter’s soul from CCP’s evil claws by 2013, while sobering myself during this seemingly endless odyssey. To my great joy and relief, her attitude gradually shifted from distaste and denial to acceptance and adherence. With the blessings of God, she was finally rescued to New Zealand at the start of 2018. We were even luckier to join the whistleblower movement just one year later. We therefore sincerely wish that more and more youngsters will commit themselves to the whistleblower movement as well, to follow Mr. Guo’s lead, to spread the truth and to save many lives.

In my 16 years of memory, mum has always been my everything. She’s soft and kind, witty and bright, humorous and playful…

She was the light of my childhood. She sang with me, she chatted with me, she played so many games with me… I was year 3 when she changed: in such a drastic and “dreadful” way (to my young self).  ······ [Read more] “Mum Brought The Light Into My Life—It was no ordinary light, it was a spiritual rebirth”

“Using Money to Kill CCP”

Writer:Enzo20 Leaves on stone bones

The U.S.-China talks this time are similar to the 1960’s when Soviet leader Khrushchev openly ‘slapped shoe on the table’ in the United Nations. The Communist Party will soon be extinguished, repeating history.

The two collapses of the Communist Party are analyzed in the context of “using money to destroy the CCP”.

The first collapse. China’s demographic dividend will disappear in 2020 and become a burden. 2016 is the year when the economic collapse has not yet happened because the mainland has strong administrative measures. It is possible to operate without collapse for the time being. It is also possible to explain why from a technical point of view. First of all, the traditional collapse refers to: for example
1)unemployment, many people can’t afford to pay for their houses.
2)many people can’t collect money for their business; bonds default on their debts; and
3In the traditional free economy, the banking system has problems, the people will crowd the banks, because the banks are related to each other, one bank will have problems and other banks will also have problems, the chain reaction down, this is called systemic risk, so the whole economy dives down, because the economy can not run.  ······ [Read more] ““Using Money to Kill CCP””

Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Discusses Communist China’s Threats to American Democracy

Writer: Lois

In a recent interview with the Texas Public Policy Foundation, former U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo urged Americans to ignore anti-US propaganda spread by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and gave his perspective on the current Biden administration’s China policies.

In the interview, Mr Pompeo denied that the United States was falling behind China.

“I don’t believe for a moment that we’re in second place, but there’s a real risk of that,” said the former U.S. Secretary of State.

“For four decades, Republicans and Democrats alike thought that engagement with China would be a solution. . .we thought that they’d become less hostile, that they would engage in the world and trade on a set of rules that we understood and when they made promises internationally, whether that was about the South China Sea or Hong Kong or Taiwan or Tibet, that they’d live up to them, and that all we needed to do was trade a little bit more with them.”

Mr Pompeo stated this strategy proved to be a failure and complete misunderstanding of the CCP and its leaders, including Xi Jinping.

Although the Trump administration traded fairly and reciprocally with China, its “America First” policy prioritised American workers’ protection.  ······ [Read more] “Former US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Discusses Communist China’s Threats to American Democracy”

Russian Foreign Minister Plans China Visit Following US-China Talk

Writer: Lois

According to the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Thursday, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi will be meeting with his Russian counterpart Sergey Lavrov. Mr Lavrov will be in China for two days at the invitation of Mr Wang. 

Diplomatic commentators expect a coordinated response to the United States’ new policies towards the two nations to be at the top of the meeting agenda. Wang and Chinese Communist Party (CCP) senior official Yang Jiechi have already expressed the CCP’s strong opposition to the new sanctions in an Alaska meeting last week with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan. Blinken also recently cautioned China against the use of aggression and coercion. 

“With shifts in the policies of US and Western countries towards China and Russia, the strategic partnership between China and Russia needs to be reflected and upgraded,” said Yang Jin, an associate research fellow at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences specialising in Russian, Eastern European and Central Asian Studies.

Mr Yang further commented that he expected the two nations to discuss improved collaboration on significant regional and international issues. He added that they would probably consider unifying their United Nations, where they have a history of supporting one another on matters concerning Iran, North Korea and Myanmar.   ······ [Read more] “Russian Foreign Minister Plans China Visit Following US-China Talk”

Uyghur Genocide: New Sanctions for Chinese Officials Part of U.S., Allies’ Response

Writer: Lois

The United States Treasury Department, European Union, United Kingdom and Canada enforced new sanctions for four Chinese officials involved in Uyghur Muslims’ abuse on Monday. The sanctioned individuals are Zhu Hailun, Wang Junzheng, Wang Mingshan and Chen Mingguo, all of whom are senior officials of northwestern Xinjiang, the Uyghurs’ native region.

The new sanctions cite human rights violations against ethnic minorities, including reports of torture and political brainwashing. Furthermore, the U.S. sanctions block all properties, interests and transactions affiliated with the sanctioned officials.

The EU’s sanctions target a further two CCP officials.

Australia and New Zealand have welcomed the sanctions but are yet to impose any of their own.

In a furious response, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) imposed sanctions on 10 EU officials. These individuals include German politician and chair of the European Parliament’s delegation for China relations Reinhard Butikofer and Adrian Zeno, an academic with research experience on China’s Xinjiang policies.

The CCP then accused Germany’s Mercator Institute of China Studies of harming the regime’s sovereignty as part of an attack on four entities.

Despite its angry retaliation, the communist regime’s foreign ministry urged the EU to withdraw its sanctions and warned Brussels to refrain from interfering in its internal affairs.  ······ [Read more] “Uyghur Genocide: New Sanctions for Chinese Officials Part of U.S., Allies’ Response”

Russia Reopens Borders to International Students

Writer: Lois

According to Russia’s Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing, the country is reopening its borders to international students from at least 21 countries worldwide, under the condition that they test negative for COVID-19, or the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) virus in a pre and post-departure test. Russian domestic students have returned to full-time, on-campus learning as of February 8, 2021.

The Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing, or Rospotrebnadzor, states that students must have a Russian or English document proving they have tested negative for COVID-19 less than three days before their departure for Russia. Upon arrival, students must self-isolate and undergo another test within three days. If the test is negative, they are permitted to leave quarantine.

Eligible students will be from any of the 21 countries with which Russia has resumed flight service. As of February 23, this list is Belarus, Cuba, Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, Greece, India, Japan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, the Maldives, Qatar, Serbia, Seychelles, Singapore, South Korea, Switzerland, Tanzania, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam.

To prevent the spread of the British CCP virus variant, Russia has stopped airline service with the UK until March 16.  ······ [Read more] “Russia Reopens Borders to International Students”

U.S. Secretary of State Visits Belgium To Address NATO Alliance and the Transatlantic Relationship

Writer: Lois

According to a United States Department of State fact sheet released on Monday, March 22, U.S Secretary of State Antony Blinken will travel to Belgium to particulate in the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) Foreign Ministerial held at Brussels from March 22-25. 

During his visit, Blinken will speak with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, Allied Foreign Ministers, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen, EU High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy Josep Borrell, and Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Foreign Affairs Sophie Wilmès.

“Secretary Blinken will emphasise the strength of the Transatlantic relationship, NATO’s ongoing success in safeguarding the Transatlantic community, the Alliance’s adaptation to new security challenges, and the Administration’s desire to repair, revitalise, and raise the level of ambition in U.S.-EU relations,” the fact sheet reads.

The U.S. Secretary of State’s visit has indeed started with a bang, with the U.S., U.K., EU and Canada all issuing sanctions on CCP officials involved in Uyghur Muslims’ abuse in China’s Xinjiang province.

“NATO leaders are actively considering the security implications of China’s aggressive and coercive behaviour. Beijing is investing in infrastructure in Europe, while at the same time building up its military and expanding its footprint in cyberspace, the Arctic, and in areas that directly affect Transatlantic security, including the Middle East and Africa,” states U.S.  ······ [Read more] “U.S. Secretary of State Visits Belgium To Address NATO Alliance and the Transatlantic Relationship”