henrymakow.com – July 22, 2019
Hard to believe that old people in a park doing what looks like Tai Chi represent the biggest threat to the Communist Party in China. This is a reminder that ultimately, politics reflect a religious conflict between good and evil.
by Chris Kitze — (henrymakow.com)
July 20 is the Twentieth Anniversary of the beginning of the persecution of Falun Gong in China.
Falun Gong is an ancient spiritual practice from China that was made public on May 13, 1992. Through word of mouth, 100 million people in China took up the practice, including people in all walks of life from dirt poor farmers to the highest standing committee members. At the time, there were only 70 million members of the communist party, fewer than Falun Gong practitioners.
Falun Gong is also called Falun Dafa. In Chinese Fa means “law” and lun means “wheel”, a Falun is a Law Wheel. Da means “great” and Fa means “law”, so Dafa means Great Law.
Persecution of good people has happened often throughout history, with Christians, Buddhists and others. The persecution of Falun Gong is the latest battle between good and evil. Communism pushes humans away from God, destroying their chance for salvation and turning them to destruction.
Communism was created by the Illuminati and spread from Russia to China in 1947. At least 60 million people have been killed by the Chinese communist party in a variety of purges aimed at enforcing the monopoly of everything under the power of the party.