It is scandalous that respectable international media are taking Ben Embarek seriously. Not only did he visit a possible crime scene more than one year after the crime was suspected to have occurred, he asked the suspect whether s/he committed the crime, and accepted “no” for an answer.
China: One Year After the Covid-19 Outbreak, Seven Journalists Still Detained for Reporting on the Issue
Since the Covid-19 outbreak in the first months of 2020, the Chinese regime has escalated its silencing of the press and social media and arrested at least ten journalists and commentators who reported on the crisis. Seven of them remain detained or missing to this day
Xi avoided shouldering responsibility for the viral outbreak, while portraying the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) as having successfully contained the pandemic and rebuilt the Chinese economy.
“As open democratic societies and market economies, the EU and the U.S. agree on the strategic challenge presented by China’s growing international assertiveness.”
Zhang Zhan was arrested in May, brought back to Shanghai, indicted in September on charges of “picking quarrels and provoking trouble,” China’s all-in-one charge for suppressing dissent. She is being tried on Monday, December 28, in Shanghai.
Zhang Zhan, 37, faces prosecution on charges of “picking quarrels and stirring up trouble,” a charge often used to target peaceful critics of the ruling Chinese Communist Party (CCP), but has resisted pressure from police to “confess.”
A citizen journalist detained in Shanghai after she reported on the emerging coronavirus epidemic in the central Chinese city of Wuhan has lost weight after refusing food in a police-run detention center, her lawyer said on Monday.
On the upcoming U.S. election, these accounts posted content both “in support of and against presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg, Joe Biden, and Donald Trump,” Gleicher stated.
Peter Navarro asked in a tweet: “A Chinese scientist is called in to investigate a deadly virus in Wuhan, finds troublesome facts, is muzzled by the CCP, flees for her life to the U.S., speaks her own truth, and then is muzzled by the ‘free’ America social media. Where’s the outrage?”
Liao Yiwu: On June 4, 1989, they used an old-fashioned method to suppress the protests, sending in more than 200,000 regular troops, tanks, and armored cars to attack civilians. Hong Kong had the 1984 Sino-British Joint Declaration … and is a cosmopolitan city. But a key factor is terrain. It’s harder to send in large columns of tanks, and it would take far longer to carry out such a massacre in Hong Kong.