This is a copy of my FB message sent to the Chinese Embassy in the UK regarding the 3 million Muslims held by China in Concentration Camps.
“Please pass on a message to the President. E = mc² there is a Singularity of Source for all life in The Universe, that E is Love.
China has no call to persecute Muslims in Concentration Camps to re-educate them, this behaviour is not fitting for a Great State.
☯️ is the Chinese symbol that shows that what you do to another you do to yourself.
All global leaders are under great stress, are in fact very ill.
In my work I am sent to offer a message of healing and repair for the leaders and their led.
Before my message landed officially with China there were no consequences. Now, your behaviour has been addressed there is only change or denial, the choice is for you.”
This is the reply from the Chinese Embassy in the UK sent a few days later.
“Hi. This is the Press Section. Many thanks for the message. We have noted your concern about the relevant issue, and would like to clarify it with the following facts:
China is a country with various religions, including Buddhism, Taoism, Islam, Catholicism, and Protestantism, and the spirit of harmony and inclusiveness is deeply rooted in the Chinese culture. It is our consistent position to fully respect and protect all citizens’ freedom of religious belief in accordance with law. In 2018, followers of Catholicism and Protestantism in China reached 6 million and 38 million respectively, with 8,000 and 57,000 clerical personnel; there were about 6,000 Catholic churches and places of assembly across 98 dioceses, and 60,000 Protestant churches and places of assembly.
China practises the rule of law. The Chinese law protects normal religious activities. China also defends itself and takes firm legal actions against anyone who make use of religion to engage in activities that disrupt public order, impair the health of citizens or interfere with school education.
The following is the link to a relevant White Paper issued by The State Council Information Office of the People’s Republic of China in 2018, which is for your kind reference:
This was my reply to them.
“Thank you for your consideration and diplomatic response. I simply refer you again to ☯️ and offer you 2 links for your kind reference.
“Many thanks for the information.”
This was my second link.
As this is the 30th anniversary of the Chinese Government’s massacre of unarmed civilians in Tiananmen Square, I have tried to help the Chinese Government to stop committing further atrocities against innocent people with my communication.
Governments in history have all behaved inhumanely against their people when they get frightened. Even Winston Churchill ordered the shooting of striking Welsh miners early in the 20th century.
Governments can change, but the machine of rule can be brutal and driven by protocols that once started, can be difficult to stop. Governments who do breakdown into committing heinous acts against their own people deny them or justify them, then they slowly try to rewrite their history for subsequent generations by whatever means that they can get away with.
Tiananmen Square and the sacrifice of those killed must be remembered, not to blame the Chinese leaders of that time, but rather to help the present Chinese leaders to dare to change their relationship with their populations, to move away from analogue interpretations of what is now a new digital era.
I have sent a copy of this blog post to the Chinese Embassy in the UK today 4th June 2019 and to President Donald J. Trump as a comment to his D Day soundbyte post on his FB profile.