We must not forget the Hong Kong 47: Xi Jinping’s tyranny is on display

Kevin Andrews Spectator Australia March 4, 2023 Original article Once the jewel of Asia, Hong Kong seemed to have it all. From international finance to fine fashion, the city was the hub of the region and the gateway to China. Tourists flocked there in their millions to enjoy the shopping and dining, the ferries to…


The Army of Millions Who Enforce China’s Zero-Covid Policy, at All Costs

Link to article China’s “zero Covid” policy has a dedicated following: the millions of people who work diligently toward that goal, no matter the human costs. In the northwestern city of Xi’an, hospital employees refused to admit a man suffering from chest pains because he lived in a medium-risk district. He died of a heart…


June 24, 2020: Judge Rules New York May Not Enforce Double-Standard Restrictions On Religious Gatherings

https://thefederalist.com/2020/06/26/judge-rules-new-york-may-not-enforce-double-standard-restrictions-on-religious-gatherings/ New York may no longer restrict religious gatherings to 25 percent capacity while other businesses can operate at 50 percent, according to a preliminary injunction issued by a federal judge on Friday. U.S. District Judge Gary Sharpe ruled that New York could not limit socially-distanced, outdoor religious services while it allowed outdoor graduation ceremonies…


June 10, 2020: EU and African Bishops call for a people-centred, just and responsible partnership between our continents

http://www.comece.eu/action/mlr/pv?&idx=240679&cid=2721&uid=2324&sid=2&cks=9a669146 Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, the European and the African Union are currently preparing for the 6th Summit of their political leaders. In this view, COMECE and the Symposium of Episcopal Conferences of Africa and Madagascar (SECAM) have elaborated a joint contribution on the future EU-Africa partnership.