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  • The Land of Disappearing Christians [Red China]...

    01/09/2020 2:38:15 PM PST · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 4 replies
    Family Research Council ^ | January 8, 2020 | Tony Perkins
    There were no champagne corks popping, no crystal balls dropping in Wang Yi's new year. The pastor of Early Rain Covenant Church was in prison, spending his second January 1st in a dark cell, charged with a crime Americans commit every day: worshipping Jesus. The actual allegations were much more subtle -- things like "illegal business activities" or "inciting subversion of state power." But in China, government officials need no excuse. Christians, like Uyghurs, Falun Gong, and any other men and women of faith, are fair game. "Where are you taking my husband?" a woman pleads on a cell phone...
  • She Survived China’s Forced Labor Camp. Now She’s Urging Americans to Reject Socialism.

    07/09/2019 2:21:27 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 9 replies
    The Daily Signal ^ | July 8, 2019 | Rob Bluey
    Jennifer Zeng grew up admiring the Communist Party of China and adhering to its stringent rules. But her life changed forever when she embraced religion and was swept up in a government crackdown on Falun Gong. Arrested four times as a young adult and held in as a prisoner in a labor camp, she quickly woke up to the horrors of living in a socialist state. After being subject to brutal torture, Zeng managed to escape China and now tells about the evils of socialism and communism. At a time when more Americans are embracing Karl Marx’s teachings, Chris Wright...
  • China reforms: One-child policy to be relaxed (re-education/labor camps abolished)

    11/15/2013 9:39:26 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 19 replies
    BBC News ^ | 11/15/13 | BBC
    China is to relax its policy of restricting most couples to having only a single child, state media say. In future, families will be allowed two children if one parent is an only child, the Xinhua news agency said. The proposal follows this week's meeting of a key decision-making body of the governing Communist Party. Other reforms include the abolition of "re-education through labour" camps and moves to boost the role of the private sector in the economy. The BBC's Celia Hatton, in Beijing, says most of the changes have already been tested in parts of the country. Officials announce...
  • What Will Happen If President Obama Is Not Reelected?

    10/30/2012 6:07:07 AM PDT · by joeclarke · 7 replies
    JoeClarke.Net ^ | 10/30/2012 | JoeClarke.Net
    Comrades, If President Obama is not reelected, we will not be able to enjoy a free trip to Mother Russia,  who will  supply us with  a beautiful place to live with plenty of sheep and abundant snow. And Not Be Able To Enjoy The Great Fellowship In Rustic Lodge With Broheims Nice Scenic Train Ride To Camp, Comrades Plenty Of Exercise For Fellow Travelers Cozy Resting Place  Free Uniforms For Communist Party Members Free Reading Material During Leisure Times Pinup Posters For Wall Decoration In Living Quarters And Worse Of All Comrades - We Will Not Get Free Education At Reeducation Camp To Learn...
  • German fund done paying laborers

    06/11/2007 10:50:05 AM PDT · by Calpernia · 10 replies · 216+ views
    JTA Daily ^ | June 11, 2007
    A German fund set up to compensate forced laborers during the Holocaust has completed paying victims. The Remembrance, Responsibility and Future Foundation, set up in 2000, paid $5.8 billion to 1.7 million people, mostly non-Jews who were forced to work in concentration camps and participate in sadistic medical experiments, the German broadcaster Deutsche Welle reported.. The German government and German corporations that utilized forced labor during World War II contributed equally to the fund, which will see its remaining money go toward reconciliation projects. Volkswagen, DaimlerChrysler, Bayer and Deutsche Bank were among the companies that made tax-deducible donations to the...
  • Clinton: We take your things for the common good

    04/03/2007 4:05:22 PM PDT · by sdnet · 46 replies · 2,496+ views ^ | April 3rd, 2007 | Steve Adcock,
    Speaking in 2004 to a crowd of wealthy democratic supporters during a fund raising event in San Francisco, Hillary Clinton spoke the very words that illustrate the intentions of the government so very well. "We're going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good." While those words were spoken three years ago, they are just as important today. They represent not just the Democrat party's strong commitment to the redistribution of wealth rightfully earned by the American people, it provides insight into the focus that our politicians have in running our nation. It highlights the precise...
  • The Job is Not Finished Until the Red Chinese are out of Long Beach

    04/26/2006 6:22:45 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 20 replies · 769+ views
    American Policy Center ^ | April 3, 2006 | Tom DeWeese
    Americans were rightly outraged over the possibility of an Arab nation with ties to terrorists taking control of six major American ports. Protests from across the nation helped to squelch the deal. However, the job’s not finished. The Communist Chinese still control ports at Long Beach. Congressman Charlie Norwood, (R-GA) made a strong case for getting the Chinese out of the port of Long Beach when he noted that while Dubai has been a reliable partner for America in the War on Terror, Red Chinese officials have threatened invasion of America’s ally on Taiwan and nuclear war against the United...
  • Chairman Mao's Reign of Terror--Finally the Truth Comes Out

    10/23/2005 7:12:23 AM PDT · by RayChuang88 · 17 replies · 1,185+ views ^ | October 20, 2005 | Albert Mohler
    Our moral imagination is haunted by monsters--and the greatest aspect of this horror is the fact that so many monsters are real. Is the world ready to face the reality of Mao Zedong? For the last seven decades or so, Mao has been a focus of admiration among many on the Left. Many Americans have known Mao primarily through the work of sympathetic biographers who became champions of the Chinese Communist regime. For many others, Mao has remained a man of mystery, whose true character and legacy have been hidden from Western eyes. All that is about to change. The...
  • Venezuela: Six additional farms to be seized in Cojedes State

    01/10/2005 11:19:15 AM PST · by Kitten Festival · 8 replies · 502+ views
    El Universal (Venezuela) ^ | Jan 10, 2005 | Staff, translated by Conchita Delgado
    Land interventions in Cojedes State will continue next Wednesday. In this way, the decree issued by Cojedes Governor Johnny Yánez Rangel with regard to 16 estates will be enforced. Following the effective intervention of El Charcote farm last Saturday, regional authorities plan to seize several properties of the Boulton family in Cojedes, such as Gavinero, Yaguara, San José and La Flecha. Rafael Alemán, the Cojedes State Secretary-General, said under this schedule of interventions, Paraima and Piñero -both properties of the Branger family- will be intervened next January 13th and 14th, respectively.
  • China arrests a dozen Roman Catholic priests, seminarians; demolishes church

    China arrests a dozen Roman Catholic priests, seminarians; demolishes church BEIJING, : Police in northeast China raided a religious retreat and arrested about a dozen Roman Catholic clergymen while a church in the vicinity was demolished, a US-based religious rights group said. The 12 priests and seminarians were attending a retreat on October 20 in Gaocheng county, in Hebei province's Shijiazhuang city, when police swooped and took everyone into custody, the Connecticut-based Cardinal Kung Foundation said in a statement. The gathering was not sponsored by the government-sanctioned "Patriotic Association," which oversees all state-approved churches in China, the foundation said. The...
  • Rights Group Exposes Conditions in North Korean Prison Camps

    10/22/2003 1:07:10 AM PDT · by sarcasm · 156+ views
    The New York Times ^ | October 22, 2003 | JAMES BROOKE
    EOUL, South Korea, Oct. 21 — A new report on human rights in North Korea says hundreds of thousands of prisoners work in often life-threatening conditions in at least 36 camps hidden in isolated valleys and mountains of the closed Stalinist country.Torture, meager rations and the imprisonment of entire families are routine, according to the report, which draws on the accounts of 30 former prisoners and prison guards, including several North Koreans who were later among the tens of thousands who have fled to China to escape famine and repression.In a new step, satellite photographs are matched with information from...