Fervent adherents of human liberty cannot also seriously support the United Nations. This corrupt world body, far from being the hope of mankind, is rather the prime suspect for a RICO investigation. Much of the reason for this failure is because international organizations simply do not work.
The Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO), formed in 1954 — a group of which the United States, France, and Britain were charter members — had as its stated mission the protection of the new nations of Southeast Asia from communist aggression.
Following an intense crackdown on Tibetan monks, human-rights activists, and others in recent weeks, dozens of Chinese Christians who belong to one of the nation’s largest “illegal” churches were arrested by the communist dictatorship to prevent an Easter celebration. The repression has sparked outrage worldwide.
The murderous communist regime ruling China has been cracking down on opponents in recent weeks and months, disappearing dozens of the nation’s most prominent human-rights activists and lawyers. While the world is watching, the Chinese government continues to intensify its clamp down on critics with zealous brutality and vengeance in what experts say is one of the fiercest episodes of repression in years.
Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa, the so-called “BRICS” countries, added more pressure against the U.S. dollar after their leftist leaders called for a new international monetary system and announced that they planned to start issuing credit for trade among themselves using their own currencies.
The communist Chinese regime is cracking down on Tibetan monks at a major Buddhist monastery as well as the surrounding community, murdering and arresting protesters while prompting worldwide condemnation and warnings of more atrocities to come.