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the truth about Hillary speaking for woman's rights in China

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I have noticed with great interest that Sen. Clinton speaks glowingly of her foreign policy experience and to prove it she brings up how she spoke for womens rights in China. She never pushes that too loudly possibly assuming that no one will remember exactly what happened at that time or has any connection to China that will expose her ridiculous story.

Let me fill you in.

I assume Mrs. Clinton is talking about the Beijing Woman's Conference in September of 1995.

My husband and had a company in Guangzhou China and we were involved in exposing the traficking of women and children for sexual exploitation.

Our group had been personally invited to talk to that conference by people in Beijing,,most especially one of the Vice Premiers of China, Wu Yi. Wu Yi was considered the second most powerful WOMAN in the world.

So my husband and I worked with women who had been in prostitution since the age of 8 to get them to talk on stage about what the situation was like.

Then in the June before the conference an Activist named Harry Wu was arrested entering China. Wu had videos of forced organ harvesting of Chinese prisoners.

The Clintons immediately jumped on the bandwagon to say that Mrs. Clinton would not be attending the conference until Harry Wu was released.

Well Harry Wu was surprisingly released and deported just in time for Mrs. Ckinton to change her mind.

It was all very sudden no one outside China knew why Wu had been released. Someday I will explain what happened but I do not want to stray from my point.

Mrs. Clinton rushed to speak and a big deal was made by the Clintons about woman's rights in China. We were bumped from the program to make room for her. Our women whom we had promised protection for speaking out, vanished into their under world.

And Hillary blathered about an issue from an AMERICAN perspective.

It changed nothing that would not have changed on it's own.

Today China has mobile execution vans.

click here

You can be arrested and executed for being a member of the Falun Gong or because you are an orphan or a bicycle thief. China has a thriving black market organ trade You can order organs in advance

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I am recently widowed. I am a writer, actress/director. I am addicted to Irish dance and belly dance. In practicing the latter I have been likened to Ethel Mertz dressed in Xmas tree lights.

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