Jimmy Lai, The Billionaire Freedom Fighter
By Dr. MARK W. HENDRICKSON

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GROVE CITY, PA — August 23, 2020. — Hong Kong police arrested billionaire publisher Jimmy Lai on August 10, releasing him two days later. His “crime” was to express opposition to the mainland Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) aggression against Hong Kong – both in person and through the newspapers and magazines that he owns. According to the 1997 treaty returning …

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By Dr. MARK W. HENDRICKSON

The Coronavirus is a Catalyst of Bigotry Impacting Chinese-Americans Residing in Greenburgh
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

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The Feiner Report GREENBURGH, NY — A large Chinese-American population live in Greenburgh. Some have expressed worry regarding bias against the Chinese community. We must not tolerate any racial discrimination. If any resident is victimized – please advise so we can forward the complaints to the Human Rights Committee and to other authorities. As far as I know, no  Greenburgh …

Paul FeinerThe Coronavirus is a Catalyst of Bigotry Impacting Chinese-Americans Residing in Greenburgh
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER

Hong Kong Today; Tibet Tomorrow

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Texas Businesswoman Visits Freedom Fighters In Hong Kong
By BOB WEIR

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Weir Only Human FRISCO, TX — September 11, 2019 — If you’ve been following the turmoil in Hong Kong you know that the residents of the port city on China’s southern coastline have been protesting an encroachment of its sovereignty by the mainland. It started recently when an extradition bill was passed by China, which would have allowed the extradition …

Bob WeirTexas Businesswoman Visits Freedom Fighters In Hong Kong
By BOB WEIR

Trends Journal Alert: Labor Day Market Bloodbath – Gold Tops $1,900 By Gerald Celente

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KINGSTON, NY — As Americans celebrates Labor Day (the worker’s holiday for workers lucky enough to have jobs), the financial news from across the pond is anything but celebratory. Yesterday, the equity market meltdown – that saw US stocks logging their worst August in 10 years – hit Europe even harder and sank major Asian indices to yearly lows. Yesterday’s …

eHeziTrends Journal Alert: Labor Day Market Bloodbath – Gold Tops $1,900 By Gerald Celente

Read The Westchester Guardian – July 28, 2011 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – July 28, 2011 edition Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning  Adobe Pro software at no cost and free of …

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New York Civic: Jaybird Flies By HENRY J. STERN

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Jay Walder is Not Casey Casey Jones, Jumps from NYC to Hong Kong because MTA Nears Fiscal Crash Jay Walder is no Casey Jones. Unlike the iconic railroad engineer, who kept his hand on the throttle while his train plunged down curving tracks to disaster, and by doing so saved the lives of many people, the MTA chief Jay Walder …

eHeziNew York Civic: Jaybird Flies By HENRY J. STERN