Map of Prosecutor regions
Stop China prosecution against Christians
Every time that we purchase, we are supporting the business and strengthening the economy of those who produce what we bought. Everyone in US, knows this.
But what many of us possible ignore, is that some of those countries which economy we had been supporting with our purchases, are prosecuting and killing Christians just for being Christians and for preaching the gospel of Jesus Christ.
|Hostile countries and Areas:
|Chiapas, a state of Mexico.
Gaza and West Bank
Mindanao in Philippines
United Arab Emirates
Note: This list was taken from The Global Report of 2010 of The Voice of The Martyrs
China is our greatest supplier and owns about a quarter of external debt.
According to http://www.USChina.org statistics, our country importing from China has increased almot 200% since the year 2000 to the year 2009.
I remember that at the beginning of the 90s, we were convinced that our economy was an economy of importation due to the high value of our American dollar. And China was in the opposite side. It just made a great deal of sense to purchase Chinese products over many American products. It was more expensive to produce than to purchase.
Many manufactures had to close, but many stores were doing great. Now, we see the most powerful economy in the world with an astronomical debt of 13 trillion dollars after the war in Irac. China owns about a quoter of this debt and Japan, about another quoter. We owe money to England, and even Russia and India.
This is still okay, but let’s think this way. The most valuable access of our country is freedom.
We have it and we want to keep it.
A powerful economy guarantees freedom. For the sake of our brothers and sisters and our own families, we should make a big effort of support our country and the other countries that support Christian beliefs and freedom for all.
There is a big prosecution in China, India, Africa and many Muslin countries.
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