Warning: Developments in Hong Kong may subject you to prosecution—China Freedom File 23



Friday, March 5, 2021


Joshua Huang, young Christian Hong Kong democracy leader.
(Photo: ChinaAid)

(ChinaAid—March 05, 2021) Bob Fu, PhD, founder of ChinaAid, warns that developments in Hong Kong evolving from the recent "so-called" National Security Law—can subject any person in the world to prosecution by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in mainland China. Dr. Fu relates several experiences of well-known Hong Kong activists, as well as those of former and current legislators. He notes that CCP authorities have even arrested some not so prominent individuals as they speak out and take a stand for human rights and religious freedom.

Dr Fu tells about a "Good Neighbor” church in Hong Kong, striving to carry out the mission to love our neighbor as ourselves, as the "golden rule" directs. As church members have practiced this mission, however, helping the poor, the needy, those who are homeless, and victims of COVID-19, CCP authorities have punished them.

Dr. Fu presents other examples that substantiate his warning that the beginning of the National Security Law, arbitrarily enforced by the CCP virus, pretty much signifies the end of Hong Kong's freedom. He reminds us, however, that II Corinthians 3:17 offers hope.




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the Lord is the Spirit; 
and where the Spirit of the Lord is, 
there is liberty.

                                                                                                   ~ II Corinthians 3:17 (NKJV)



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