With the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) growing its power in America, understanding its goals couldn't be more important than it is today.
Few events in recent Chinese history have had as profound an impact on a country as what happened on July 20, 1999. It was the day on which the CCP launched a campaign meant to crush a domestic spiritual revival and force the free world to look the other way.
This year's July 20 marks 24 years since the regime launched its unprecedented persecution of Falun Gong, severely impacting the lives of the Chinese people and the course of their nation's history.
And this is only what the surface reveals. Behind it all is an evil never before seen in human history—state-sponsored forced organ harvesting.
What role has the free world played in the persecution of the century?
If it continues, what's at stake for America?
NTD, The Epoch Times' sister media, will premiere a special report on the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong. NTD correspondent Steve Lance sits down with insiders and explores the questions: Why is the CCP afraid of people of faith? Why did the free world let this happen while growing deeper relations with communist China? What price is America paying for soft-pedaling on the CCP?
This special report features interviews with:
Rep. Scott Perry Rep. Gus Bilirakis Rep. Ashley Hinson Rep. Greg Murphy, co-chair of the House GOP Doctor Caucus Rep. Tim Burchett Rep. Tom Tiffany Rep. Mike Flood Sam Brownback, former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Religious Freedom Nina Shea, director of the Center for Religious Freedom, Hudson Institute Levi Browde, director of the Falun Dafa Information Center You Zhou, Falun Gong practitioner Lydia Wang, Falun Gong practitioner
About the host: Steve Lance is the host of Capitol Report, a political news show based in Washington aimed at providing a direct channel to the voices and people who shape policy in America. Capitol Report features all of the political news of the day with expert interviews and analysis.
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