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Think of the people in China and Hong Kong, and …

If you haven’t heard of the Great Firewall of China then this is the latest news story on it.
Non-technical translation?!
It is now even crazy harder to look at sites outside of China. 🙁

So please send good thoughts the way of people in China. Citizens there suffer a lot. AND when they are here in the US you can tell them about the Tuidang movement where over 350 million former Chinese have made official declarations to quit the CCP (Chinese Communist Party). Check it out @ tuidang.org

P.S. You can also tell them about technology to bypass the Great Firewall of China if they can safely let others know about it — see en.greatfire.org

P.P.S. NOT a Chinese citizen but want to do something about the CCP? Sign the petition to reject the Chinese Communist Party @ https://rejectccp.com/ !!!

Stand with Hong Kong and Taiwan

We live in a time i think where we will look back and wonder what we did when Hong Kong was in it’s hour of need.

Check out this 5 minute piece on what happened this past week in Hong Kong:

Next watch this 10 minute one (and be lenient with the anchor’s sarcasm) — he and his team make some really important points:

So what can you do?

Contact your 2 Senators and your Representative and ask them to end our lenient economic policies with the CCP(Chinese Communist Party) :
https://www.congress.gov/members?q=%7B%22congress%22%3A116%7D

Lastly, track what they do about it @ https://www.govtrack.us

Cool? Let us know what you said when you emailed or called them. Thanks,

P.S. Here’s an article in memory of the last Nobel Laureate from China, Liu Xiaobo, who died just a few days after the CCP released him from political prison for continuing to speak out about the “incidents” that happened in and around Tiananmen Square years ago; also he was one of over 300 Chinese citizens who risked their lives to publish “Charter 08“:
https://www.ft.com/content/0123f17c-5ffc-11e7-8814-0ac7eb84e5f1
(Financial Times, 4 July 2017)

P.P.S. Why?
Because if we don’t speak up by asking our leaders to stand with Hong Kong, then they might the next “Tiananmen”.
May we speak up and may they be spared from further suffering. #prayer
https://congress.gov, do it today.