Today we have a very special and inspiring guest, Dr. Wenyi Wang. She’s here to talk about the atrocities, specifically the evil medical practices happening in China, and she also has a special message for the liberal TV personality, Rachel Maddow, host of her MSNBC namesake show, who made some erroneous and insulting comments on her show about Wenyi.
Imagine being severely tortured multiple times over the course of your life by a government that is hellbent on making you renounce your faith. Angel, a Falun Gong practitioner from China, underwent such horrific treatment in the hands of the Chinese Communist Party. In a YouTube video, Angel recounts her experience and reveals how she was even tested for organ harvesting. However, before the evil struck its final blow, she escaped China and now lives safely in Australia.
China’s state-run media has always remained silent about the detention camps in Xinjiang, preventing the public from knowing the atrocities committed on the Uyghurs in the region. However, Beijing has adopted a new approach to the subject. It now admits the existence of the detention camps and projects it as necessary for the good of the people.
As protests against the Hong Kong government continue, many people were surprised to see a few of the demonstrators waving American flags. While some believe that the flags represent a sign of freedom and democracy, pro-China media has used it as a way to insinuate that the U.S. is behind the current tensions in Hong Kong.
The Hong Kong government’s proposed extradition bill caused more than 2 million Hong Kong people to protest in the streets on June 16. Protesters sang Do You Hear the People Sing? while marching to call on the government for freedom and democracy. The scene moved 93-year-old lyricist Herbert Kretzmer, OBE, as he watched the protesters on television from his home in West London. He wrote an article on June 19 for Daily Mail to express his thoughts.
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