Saturday, December 02, 2006

Another Example of Persecution for Doing the Right Thing

Seems like the commies in China never give up on their ruthless supression of individuals who want to tell the truth and let the world know what is happening over there.

This is the story of Mr. Cao Dong

He had the courage to tell Mr. Edward McMillan-Scott, Vice President of the European Parliament about how practitioners were persecuted by the Communists in China.

Because he had the courage to speak out he was then persecuted by the commies.

Then they had the audacity to create an 'arrest warrant' four months after they had been holding him.

Real justice in China ? I don't think so. However there are some really bad people running the show over there. They appear to be nothing more than a huge mafia organization masquerading as a government.

When he reads stories like this one, I wonder if Mr. Bobby Fletcher (an alias he uses for blogging) can look in the mirror and feel good about his support of the Chinese Communist Party.

He claims to be from Taiwan, which makes one wonder even more why he supports the commies. I hope he can wake up and understand what he is doing and stop giving support to the Communists.

Even more importantly, it is time for the communist party to give up their evil ways and give people the freedom to believe in and do what they want so long as they don't hurt others.

This is how it should be in a civilized country, but apparently China isn't quite there yet. They appear to be stuck in the dark ages where torture, brainwashing and coercion are the order of the day.

Without giving freedom to their people, they will never be able to become a first rate power with a first rate economy.

People who torture others are mentally ill. They need to wake up and understand that they will ultimately hurt themselves as they lose more and more of their humanity and become more and more degenerate.

Hope this makes sense to the readers, comment below.


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