Trouble that Guo Wengui launched, inciting supporters to target three U.S.-based Chinese activists, motivates Dr. Fu to remind others to treasure and fight for freedom



Wednesday, November 25, 2020



American Flag, a reminder of freedom.
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(ChinaAid Association—Nov. 25, 2020) On November 24, Axios recapped reports of supporters “following” Guo Wengui who recently targeted three U.S.-based Chinese activists, Bob Fu (TX), Wu Jianmin (CA), and Guo Baosheng* (VA). These three men who fled China due to Communist Chinese Party (CCP) repression, now face physical threats launched by Guo Wengui on U.S. soil.

For weeks prior to the U.S. presidential election, anonymous protesters surrounded the homes of Dr. Fu, Wu, and Gua, and accused them of spying for the CCP. Protesters appeared to be supporters of an anti-CCP movement Guo Wengui and former White House adviser Steve Bannon lead.

Dr. Fu, a Chinese American pastor and founder of ChinaAid, works to “encourage, equip, and empower” the persecuted and their families in China.


  • Axios reports about Dr. Bob Fu:

A former leader of the 1989 Tiananmen pro-democracy movement, he [Fu] fled China in 1997 amid state persecution.

Fu and his family were taken into protective custody in October after dozens of protesters, apparently mobilized by online disinformation, protested outside their house for weeks.

They held protesters first arrived in buses outside his home in early October, holding signs accusing him of being a "CCP spy." The protesters, who refused to identify themselves, appeared to be of Chinese heritage and held signs in English and Chinese. 

 

… local law enforcement said there were "credible threats" against him and his family.

 

Wu Jianmin, a democracy activist, lives in California.

  • Axios reports about Wu Jianmin:

Between Sept. 23 and Nov. 20, 10 to 30 protesters gathered outside of Wu's home in southern California every day.

Videos and photographs … show protesters holding signs accusing him of being a "fake anti-Communist," threatening him with a toilet plunger, and punching and kicking him in the face. They also shouted that he wanted to spread COVID-19 to kill his neighbors.

Wu said local law enforcement told him the protesters had the right to rally as long as they did not infringe on his property. It wasn’t until Nov. 20 that Wu secured a restraining order against the protest leader, causing the protesters to disperse.

Guo Baosheng, a CCP critic, lives in Virginia.

  • Axios reports about Guo Baosheng:
For three days in late September, about 20 people surrounded Guo's house... They anti-CCP signs, took photos of Guo, and waved flags of the New Federal State of China, an anti-CCP movement spearheaded by Guo Wengui and Bannon…..

But after Guo Baosheng successfully filed a protective order, the protesters stopped coming. 


Regarding the trouble Guo Wengui launched in September against Dr. Fu, Wu Jianmin, and Guo Baosheng, Dr. Fu said this experience motivates him to encourage others in America: 

  • Treasure your freedom. 
  • Fight for it.
  • Never take your freedom for granted.

*no relation to Guo Wengui, the Chinese billionaire initiating threats living in exile in the U.S. 

To read the article:

Axios




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