Chinese dissident leans into campaigning
A leader from China's June 4 uprising prior to Tiananmen's massacre is re-emerging in full campaign mode to push back against CCP state sponsored violence and persecution on U.S. soil.
Scolding Beijing and Washington
The governments of China and America talk the talk, as if people are important, but then their actions belie their propaganda. Both nations kidnap, imprison and torture people.
Thursday, May 7, 2009
Book Review: Standoff at Tiananmen
Due to the impending 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre in Beijing, China, it is very timely that author Eddie Cheng has published Standoff at Tiananmen.
War of Words re: China continues
GOP Congressmen join Chinese dissidents in criticizing Hillary Clinton's stance about human rights in China. Meanwhile, State Department and Foreign Ministry trade barbs.
Olympics: "We find it abominable..."
The China Support Network enumerated objections to the Olympics and spelled out its demands of Communist China in a rally before the Chinese embassy, hours before the Games' opening ceremony.
China is the new Soviet Union
The founder of the China Support Network, campaigning for the Freedom First Olympics Second Coalition, at joint events with the Human Rights Torch Relay, has been giving the speech reprinted here.
Communism Isn't Finished Yet
From a recent rally, a speech about continued Communism, Beijing Olympics, and Chinese democracy. Scorches political leaders of Western civilization.
Saturday, June 2, 2007(2 comments)
Remembering Tiananmen Square's June 4 Massacre
For the 18th anniversary of Tiananmen Square's bloody massacre of innocent civilians on June 4, 1989, here is word from the IFCSS (Independent Federation of Chinese Students and Scholars) and CSN (the China Support Network).
Saturday, May 19, 2007
Clinton and Hunter engage China as debate topic
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Duncan Hunter have begun to address China as a topic for presidential debate. This review is from the perspective of the China Support Network, a pro-Chinese democracy organization.
Freedom First, Olympics Second
The China Support Network returns to the fight for freedom in Communist China. The new slogan, 'Freedom First, Olympics Second' made its first appearance in this speech, written for an Easter Sunday rally.
Corruption Watch: Alachua FL must reform
City Hall may have impacted not one, not two, but THREE elections in less than a year's time. This is an 'Activist fights City Hall' story, focused on the first two impacted elections.
Sunday, February 18, 2007
News Media Protects Bad Guys
From the blog and the founder of the China Support Network, the story here should be the textbook example of news media distortion. It's the backstory to CSN's media criticism.
Monday, January 1, 2007(5 comments)
2006 Year In Review for Chinese Democracy Mvmt
2006 Year In Review
for the cause of Chinese freedom, democracy, and human rights
Reviewing the events and the scene, Kusumi nominates David Kilgour and David Matas
to be the China Support Network's "Men of the Year"