On July 22, coerced or manipulated relatives of The Church of Almighty God refugees will stage false “spontaneous demonstrations” in Korea. But some relatives refused to go.
Bitter Winter is following closely the CCP’s plot to prevent refugees from The Church of Almighty God (CAG) from obtaining asylum in Korea and have them deported back to China. As we reported, the CCP is continuing to harass China-based relatives of the CAG refugees who live in South Korea—coercing, inciting, and luring them to travel to South Korea to take part in false “spontaneous demonstrations” and protests, in an effort to have the CAG refugees arrested and sent to China.
Bitter Winter has already reported how the CCP once again used intimidation and bribery tactics against the China-based relatives of CAG refugees in South Korea, and will have them visit Seoul from July 22 to 24 to “search for relatives.” South Korean anti-xie jiao and pro-CCP activist O Myung-ok (오명옥), a notorious bigot whose hate speech and activities targeted several Korean minorities, is the organizer and planner of this event in South Korea. She has already announced the schedule for harassing and attacking the CAG refugees there. She also claims that CAG members are dangerous because they co-operate with “Islamic extremists,” by which she means the secular members of the Campaign for Uyghurs, who advocate for the human rights of the Uyghurs detained in the dreaded transformation through education camps in Xinjiang and participated in a conference on June 20 in Seoul together with members of the CAG and who are certainly not “extremists.” Continue reading