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Staying home due to the Coronavirus? You can still help towards the anti-China campaign

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez

Even though you are not working against or concerning the threats posed by China's authoritarian regime, they are negatively affecting you. Coronavirus is only one of the many disasters China brought to the world. The Chinese Communist Party and its notorious authoritarian state are spreading their influence and disturbing every part of our daily life, including freedom of speech, international trade, human rights abuse, etc.

As a world citizen and someone who wants to protect the free world from the communist invasion, you are free to contribute to our anti-China campaign during the hard time. Things you can do when quarantine at home may include, but not limited to:

Spreading the truth about China's wrongdoings

Do some research online and discover what the Chinese government is doing such as suppressing freedom in Hong Kong and the concentration camps in Xinjiang, and then make your comments online and on social media platforms. Remember, your voices on the China issues may be echoed by others and the media coverage, which will extend your efforts to a large audience and make more contributions towards the anti-China campaign.

Joining legal actions against the Chinese government

Let the Chinese government pay the price of coronavirus outbreak. For example, you can join one of the class action lawsuits such as Missouri's Attorney General Eric Schmitt's filing against the Chinese government, accusing it of lying and covering up the danger posed by the coronavirus when it first emerged in late 2019.

Signing petition for Congress to investigate China's cover-up of Coronavirus

You can also sign the "Stop Communist China petition," launched by Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, urging Congress to investigate China for its role in the coronavirus crisis, and to crack down on the communist government’s actions across the globe. Let Congress increase the pressure on China to reveal what it knew about the virus and what it allegedly covered up.

Supporting your favorite candidate's campaign regarding China issues

If you are trying to raise global awareness of China's threats, you are not alone. Both the presidential candidates have included the China-bashing contents into their campaigns. Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee for president, aired an attack ad in mid-April, mentioning China's delay of coronavirus. President Trump has slammed China's handling of the coronavirus and many other issues throughout his presidential term and campaign trails. Staying at home, you can still participate in virtual campaign rallies to support your candidate's various anti-China platforms.

The world will return to normalcy. Let's make the world better by defeating the Chinese Communist regime, protecting the free world, and promoting democracy in China.


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