Tag: persecuted Christians

Hungary’s Victory

Part 1: Election Victory On Sunday, April 3, 2022, the ruling Fidesz party won Hungary’s elections. Prime Minister Viktor Orban was elected by the Hungarian people to his fourth consecutive term. This was not only unprecedented, but against all odds. Such odds as: Defeating… Continue Reading “Hungary’s Victory”

An Evening with Mr. Freedom

It’s only fitting to give a “Freedom Award” to a man who speaks out unapologetically about the evils of the Chinese Communist Party. Especially when he has recently become a proud American citizen and officially changed his last name to FREEDOM. It has been… Continue Reading “An Evening with Mr. Freedom”

Turn Off the Genocide Games

And Read about an Olympic Hero Instead! Many people have opted to not watch the Beijing Olympics. Viewing is way down compared to past Olympics. And hashtags such as #GenocideGames #notoneminute #GenocideOlympics #norightsnogames #UyghurGenocide and others have been trending throughout the Olympics. And the… Continue Reading “Turn Off the Genocide Games”

Finding Sheet Lightning Over the Veldt

This is a tribute to a poet whose name I do not know. As with all of the arts, poems are a very important tool for speaking out. Advocates should inspire action for the persecuted Church through painting, sculpture, plays, poems, songs, and other… Continue Reading “Finding Sheet Lightning Over the Veldt”