HUMAN RIGHTS

A man holds a banner reading "Freedom" atop a tram stop during an anti-lockdown protest on August 21, 2021 in Melbourne, Australia. Melbourne police under Chinese Communist Party Belt and Road signatory Premier Daniel Andrews, fired rubber bullets, tear gas, and pepper spray against citizens who have suffered more than 200 days of lockdown since the pandemic began in 2020.
Australian Police Use Tear Gas, Pepper Spray, Rubber Bullets Against Melbourne Protests After 200+ Days in Lockdown
Australian law enforcement utilized pepper spray, rubber bullets, and tear gas against thousands of angry citizens who participated in a large scale protest in Melbourne in the State of Victoria on August 21 after being...
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Taliban Murdering Afghans Caught With Bibles on Their Phones
After seizing control of Afghanistan on Aug. 15, the Taliban is reportedly killing people found possessing copies of the Bible in their phones. Before being repulsed by armed forces of the United States in 2001,...
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Chinese Exile Chen Guangcheng: If US and Allies Apply Pressure, Imprisoned Dissidents Could Be Free
Aug. 13 marked the fourth year since Chinese human rights lawyer Gao Zhisheng, lauded as “China’s Conscience,” disappeared for the last time into the custody of the communist regime’s security apparatus.  In an interview with...
Chinese Citizen Journalist, Imprisoned For Covering Early Stages of Pandemic, Not Well, Lawyer says
Zhang Zhan a citizen journalist who covered the spread of COVID-19 in Wuhan during the early days of the pandemic and was subsequently imprisoned for 4-years for “picking fights and provoking trouble” after posting numerous...
Demonstrators march past the Olympic Stadium in a protest against mandatory masks and curfews in May of 2021. As many as 100,000 Quebec residents hit the streets of downtown Montreal to protest Canada’s first vaccine passport mandate.
‘We are Going to be Suppressed’: Thousands of Canadians Rally in Protest of Quebec Vaccine Passport
Canadians protesting the installation of vaccine passports filled several blocks in downtown Montreal on Aug. 14 in advance of a mandate that will not only see the unvaccinated be excluded from “non-essential” businesses, but require...
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Hong Kong Group Famous for Mass Protests Disbands After Coming Under Investigation
In 2003, half a million Hongkongers marched to protest the planned activation of Article 23, which would threaten political freedoms in their city just six years after its return to China from British colonial rule. ...
Cambodian premier Hun Sen opened the largest dam in the country, swatting away warnings about the disastrous impact it could have on the environment and local livelihoods.
Chinese-Built Dam in Cambodia Creates a Human Rights Disaster
A new report published by Human Rights Watch (HRW) details how a Chinese-financed hydroelectric dam in Cambodia has undermined the rights of thousands of indigenous people. Lower Sesan 2 dam was completed in 2018, costing...
An Air Canada airplane is seen taking off from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on April 24, 2021. Canada will now require citizens to show their vaccination papers before being able to travel between Provinces via train or air.
Canadians Now Must Show Vaccination Papers to Fly Between Provinces
Canada’s federal government has announced it will require proof of vaccination for all Canadians who wish to travel in between provinces by airplane or train, creating a de facto vaccine passport for internal travellers who...
Andrea Horwath on Sept. 20, 2016. Horwath, leader of Ontario’s far-left opposition New Democrat Party, opposed mandatory vaccination based on Canada’s constitution, the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, but retracted her comments to toe the establishment narrative a day later, after facing criticism from the federal branch of her Party.
Canadian Politician ‘Regrets’ Defending Charter Rights Over Mandatory Vaccines
The leader for Ontario’s opposition party decided to tread carefully behind the establishment party line, retracting comments she made earlier in defense of rights granted under Canada’s version of a constitution, the Charter of Rights...