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Episode 25 – Finale

Hello Class, Daniel here with the final episode of Animal Farm English….I hope you have all enjoyed the story…George Orwell sure gave humanity a great gift when he wrote this incredible story. It so simply and clearly illustrates the truth about Communism and what it offers the world. Hopefully one day soon the light of truth willl shine on the few scattered shadowy pockets of the world where people are still deceived by the lies of Communism, and these places will once again be free from the spectre which has so thoroughly choked their life and light away… Well thats all folks, Let’s get on with it..Animal Farm Continued…

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Hello Class! Daniel here with Sound of Hope Radio back for another episode of Animal Farm English…I hope you are doing well….Let’s get straight to our story, as nothing special has happened on my end these past few days…When we left off, old Boxer had been taken away to the dreadful Knackers….Animal Farm continued…

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Once again thank you for listening to Sound of Hope Radio Network. If you have missed our every Tuesday 12 noon to 1 o’clock air time on radio station AM1530 please visit our website at http://www.sohnetwork.com

The Human Rights Torch was ignited in Greece last August and has been relayed to twenty-six countries and eighty cities. The Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (CIPFG), consisting of more than three hundred political leaders, lawyers, doctors, religious leaders, and human rights advocates, started the HRTR to stop the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong, especially the CCP’s atrocity of organ removal from living Falun Gong practitioners for profit. The CCP’s live organ removal from Falun Gong practitioners showed its nature of bloody cruelty and it was hateful for the International Olympic Committee to let such an inhuman regime host the Olympics. It seems like the Beijing Olympics is on the other side of the 1936 Olympics in Germany. Crimes against humanity and the Olympics cannot coexist in China. Through the global Human Rights Torch Relay exposing the CCP’s atrocities and crimes against humanity, the international community is called on to not allow the Olympics become the “bloody Olympics.”

Now, Let’s listen to the following speeches made at Human Rights Torch Relay in Milwaukee and Madison Wisconsin.

[Recording]

The attendees put on yellow ribbons voluntarily to support the CIPFG-initiated Human Rights Torch Entry into China and all those Chinese people who were persecuted by the CCP or sought freedom, justice and human rights.

The attendees signed the petition for the “Millions of Signatures Global Campaign” initiated by the CIPFG to express their support of the call for an end of the persecution of Falun Gong before the 2008 Olympics.

The attendees also signed a joint declaration to strongly condemn the CCP tyranny’s escalation of persecution upon the coming of the Olympics. The declaration demands that the CCP release all prisoners of conscience, including Falun Gong practitioners, and stop live organ removal from practitioners. The joint declaration will be sent to the International Olympic Committee, the US State Department and the Chinese government.

This has been Catherine Hennessy reporting for Sound of Hope Radio Network.

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CHAN:
Earlier today, the Chinese regime turned down a request by U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, Louise Arbour, to visit Tibet this month. The visit was meant to look into the deadly riots in the region.

STORY:
U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights Louise Arbour made the request to visit Tibet two weeks ago, following reports of killings and mass arrests in the region. But the Chinese regime replied it is not convenient to them, and a later date has not been specified.

[Rupert Colville, Louise Arbour Spokesman]:
“They’ve said that’s not convenient but they have said it’s possible she could make a trip at a later date.”

Arbour, a former U.N. war crimes prosecutor and Canadian Supreme Court judge, announced she will leave office at the end of her four-year term on June 30. It is unclear whether the visit will be rescheduled before her end of term.

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CHEN:
The Olympic torch is stopping in only one U.S. city: San Francisco. A fifth of San Francisco’s population is Chinese, and many came out to see torch yesterday, along with scores of protesters. But a last minute change left everyone disappointed. Here’s more.

STORY:
The change was unannounced and unwelcome, but San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom said the change was necessary to ensure public safety.

The route began as expected, but then detoured into a warehouse. About an hour later, the torch was spotted two miles away, too far away, for demonstrators.

City authorities had stepped up security after three protesters scaled the Golden Gate Bridge on Monday and hung banners supporting human rights in Tibet.

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The Future of Tibet and China

NTDTV

Segment 1: The Future of Tibet and China
With the Beijing Olympics only months away Tibetans world-wide are hoping to mobilize new support for their call for

an end to what they say is China’s illegal occupation of their homeland. Their cause has been greatly
boosted ever since Tibet became the site of the eruption of the biggest anti-China protests in 20 years.

A week of protests in Tibet turned violent as Chinese security forces clashed with hundreds of Buddhist monks and other ethnic Tibetans. Information was hard to verify. Nearly all foreigners were barred entry and Tibetans have no freedom. Is the current crisis a territorial dispute, an ethnic clash, or something else? What is the possible future of Tibet?

Guest: Karmar Zurkhang, Former Member, Tibetan Government-in-Exile Dharmasala, India

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CHAN:
The G2 Bulletin has just published an important update on the situation in Tibet. Britain’s GCHQ monitors half the world from space. They have confirmed the Dalai Lama’s claim that CCP agents are posed as monks, and triggered riots that have left hundreds of Tibetans dead or injured.

GCHQ analysts believe the Beijing leadership is behind the large riots as a way to provide an excuse to stamp out the simmering unrest in the region.

The same has been confirmed by British intelligence officers in Beijing.

Satellites orbiting the earth closely monitored the situation. The images they downloaded from the satellites provided confirmation the CCP used agent provocateurs to start riots

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