“It's All Fake” - Wuhan Residents' Take on China's Vanishing Coronavirus Cases

While many countries around the world take urgent actions to stem the coronavirus pandemic, China has reported nearly zero new cases. However, independent investigations by numerous media outlets show another story, as does an incident of citizens yelling out to expose a staged act of government aid during an official visit.

The Persecution of Falun Gong Continues in China Despite Coronavirus Pandemic

According to data collected by Minghui.org, 282 Falun Gong practitioners were arrested, 15 were sentenced, and 113 were harassed in February 2020. Of the 410 Falun Gong practitioners subjected to persecution last month, some were singled out for encouraging people to take a cue from those who recovered from the coronavirus by reciting “Falun Dafa is good, Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance is good.”

Chinese Communist Party's “Apples and Oranges” Comparison between Coronavirus and the Flu

The Chinese Communist Party continues to work hard to quarantine the truth about the coronavirus by censoring information, promoting distractions, and outright lying. It can manipulate information to its advantage because the government controls the nation's media. As one example, its social media platforms have recently been flooded with posts focusing on flu deaths in the U.S.

More Details about Hebei Woman’s Mysterious Death in Custody

Ms. Ma Guilan died in custody two months after she was arrested for practicing Falun Gong. She was force-fed foul-smelling paste for three consecutive days. She died on the fourth day, and her organs were extracted hours later.

“Someone Has to Step Forward and Tell the Truth”

“This incident clearly shows that we need to hold our independent thoughts and opinions," concluded Dr. Ai Fen, who was punished by police for trying to warn others of the coronavirus outbreak.

Germany: Art of Zhen Shan Ren Displays Courage and Hope

Visitors to the exhibition were moved by both the brutality of the persecution of Falun Gong and the unyielding spirit of practitioners despite their suffering. “Some paintings move you to tears,” one patron said.

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