Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang travelled to the WH on Friday,(09/25/15) and Obama had WH put black screens on the windows so that the Prime Minister would’nt be able to see Americans protesting outside the WH about humanitarian rights being violated in China and other nations. (Source)
QUESTION: WHAT DO YOU SEE IN THE ABOVE PHOTO IN ONE OF THE WINDOWS? ERRRRIE…..LOOK CLOSE……..ENLARGE PHOTO AND YOU WILL SEE SPOOKY LARGE FACE LOOKING BACK AT YOU. SOMEONE EXPLAIN WHAT THAT IS…….SOME BAD JUJU GOING ON UPON THE HILL AMERICA!
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SNIPPET: Xi and others spoke as the U.N. gathering began to shift focus from development to the high-powered General Assembly meeting that begins Monday with speeches by Xi, President Barack Obama, Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani……SOURCE
UN KERRY DIALOGUE’S WITH IRAN OVER SYRIA CONFLICT
SNIPPET: ecretary of State John Kerry met with Iran’s foreign minister, Javad Zarif, on the sidelines of the U.N. General Assembly,……SOURCE
Former Chinese Judge Gains Asylum in Vancouver After Imprisonment for Aiding Vulnerable Groups in China
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Canada, Sept. 23, 2015 /Christian Newswire/ — A former Chinese judge will arrive in Vancouver at 7:45 p.m. on Wednesday, September 23. Li Jianfeng served 11 years in a Chinese prison for “subverting state power” after using his position as a judge to aid vulnerable groups and human rights advocates.
Photo: China Aid Founder Bob Fu and Judge Li Jianfeng in Bangkok
Li was released in 2013 after serving 11 years of his original 16-year sentence for charges of “illegal weapon possession” and “subverting state power.” At that time, China Aid began to lead efforts to rescue Li from China, where he faced further reprisal for creating organizations he called “labor alliances.” These “labor alliances” were support networks comprised of business owners, police, judges and human rights defenders that provided aid to socially vulnerable groups and human rights advocates using public and semi-public methods.
Soon after his release, China Aid and others successfully helped Li gain political asylum in Bangkok. During his time in Thailand, Li was visited by many of the individuals who continued to seek Li’s relocation to further safety, including China Aid’s founder and president, Bob Fu, and China Aid’s vice president, Kody Kness.
“On the eve of China’s dictator, Xi Jinping, being welcomed to the White House, we are so happy to accomplish this long-term rescue mission and finally welcome Judge Li Jianfeng to a land that is free from persecution and fear,” Fu said. “We call upon the international community to continue to press China to release those thousands of prisoners of conscience like Judge Li. We will not relent until that day comes.” SOURCE
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