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Chinese Tycoon Ren Zhiqiang Disappears After Criticizing Coronavirus Response

Chinese real estate tycoon Ren Zhiqiang disappeared on Thursday, shortly after penning an online article strongly critical of the Chinese government’s response to the coronavirus epidemic. Some of Ren’s friends and admirers believe he was kidnapped by the Chinese Communist Party and is being held incommunicado for the “crime” of speaking out against the Party and China’s authoritarian President Xi Jinping.

CHENGDU, CHINA - JANUARY 7: (CHINA OUT) Ren Zhiqiang, president of Hua Yuan Group, delivers a speech during 2006 High-End Economic Forum at Luxehills International Club on January 7, 2006 in Chengdu of Sichuan Province, China. The forum is held to foresee the development of Chinese real estate economy. (Photo …

China Jails Student for Mocking Tweet Posted from Minnesota

According to an announcement by the Wuchang District People’s Court on Wednesday, a Chinese student named Luo Daiqing was sentenced to six months in prison in the summer of 2019 for posting “comments and inappropriate images insulting to the leader of this country.”

The Chinese national flag is seen on a flagpole in Beijing on August 8, 2016. - Most of the five stars on the Chinese flags being used at medal ceremonies at the Rio Olympics are misaligned, officials said, prompting a diplomatic protest and online fury. (Photo by STR / AFP) …

Harris-Quinney: Scruton Was Hounded by Woke Mob and Fake Conservatives in His Final Months

Just as the virulently anti-Thatcher Conservative Party became momentarily “Thatcherite” when Baroness Thatcher passed away, establishment Conservative Party figures have been out in force eulogising Sir Roger Scruton upon his passing this week. Where were they less than a year ago when he was being fired from their government for holding “unacceptable views”?

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