Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent. It covers 8.6% of the Earth's total surface area, which is about 29.9% of its land area.
Population: Approximately 4 billion people, making for close to 60% of the world's current human population.
Asia is the area on which Justice for the World since its start in 2004, is truly focused on, since the issues involved are most concerning. We can see each and every foundation using the slogan 'Never Again' in order to testify to the extremity of the situation which they are trying to address. The excessive use of these two words, may undermine its impact, since those words have profound meaning related to The Holocaust and the promise to never let it be repeated again.
Due to propaganda which at first created a lot of confusion and now for economical reasons, the world remains to turn a blind eye to a massive and vile persecution of Falun Gong which seems to have reached extremities similar to that of the Holocaust, not per se so much in the number people being persecuted to death, but more so in the way this persecution is being carried out, mostly behind the scenes and to the extend of taking organs from its practitioners without consent and while alive.
The destructive influence and the impact of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is not restricted to China itself. They remain to use propaganda to create confusion about Tibet in order to suppress the Tibetan people and have contributed to what is deemed another genocide, which is taking place in Sudan, Africa. This organization shows no respect for the Constitution of China, for human rights or for international laws and is now being criticized by more and more Chinese the world over, including in China where one is not allowed to criticize the Party.
The CCP has been promising for years on to have the intention to improve human rights issues, but has failed to do so and is still pressuring countries the world over not to address these matters openly, and so the promise seems to be an empty one.
Over 54 million Chinese have in recent years withdrawn from the Chinese Communist Party to part with the numerous crimes the Party is responsible for.
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