On Oct. 10, Bob Fu tweeted that U.S, Congressman, Rep. Chris Smith released a statement entitled U.S. law enforcement must immediately end Chinese Communist Party (CCP) threats to Pastor Bob Fu, others.
We very much appreciate the support and effort Rep. Smith has been showing in his work and life for the freedom and human rights of the Chinese people. We are grateful for his acts of justice and kindness.
However, for the sake of the safety of the Chinese people and the U.S. national security, and as Chinese who are grateful to the U.S. government, we do want to bring to Mr. Smith’s attention a few questions in regard to his statement about Bob Fu, who allegedly is a Chinese Communist Party’s Spy that infiltrated in the American society for decades. No offense is intended, but we believe in seeking the truth and justice by revealing the CCP’s deceptive operations to the great American people.
In the statement, Mr. Smith said Bob Fu and his family “have been the targets of outrageous slander, libel and intimidation by suspected members of the Chinese Communist Party, and their enablers”. We would like to see if Bob Fu has done any investigations on that and if he has any evidence that those protestor are CCP members. Just because Bob Fu said so doesn’t make it a legitimate accuse. Actually, video footages show people were peacefully protesting in the neighborhood and chanting “take down the CCP”, while three of them were wrongly arrested and then released shortly afterword.
The statement says, “He is an extraordinary man of deep faith in God who has tenaciously advocated for universally recognized human rights in China including and especially religious freedom.” We are curious that for so many years claiming to be a pastor, has Bob Fu preached in any conventional church on a regular basis? And how familiar is he with the verses in the Bible? As a religious freedom activist, what is his stance on Tibet, Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia? Besides generally including all religions in his statements, has he ever openly supported the independence of Tibet or the withdrawal of massive PLA operations from Tibet, or the closedown of “Education Camps” and labor factories in Xinjiang, or criticized the crack down on school protests in Inner Mongolia?
As for “worked on Chinese human rights legislation”, please specify which ones and how they are working.
The statement says, “Pastor Fu was a witness at my congressional hearing on Chen and was able to put Chen on the phone in real time”. To us, this is very suspicious. As more people begin to realize how serious and strict the surveillance and censorship are in Communist China, making a real time phone call from a CCP adversary in the U.S. congress to a dissident under house arrest in China is too good to be possible, if it was not an accident. Try call Dr. Li-Meng Yan’s family to tell them to come to the U.S., and see what happens.
“Owing to his exceptional success exposing—and combating—human rights abuses in China”, as to this point, except the asylums which were allegedly frauds and used by Bob Fu to restrain some Chinese people, we’d like to see what else he succeeded in achieving.
Lastly, the statement says, “The FBI and CIA are investigating but much more needs to be done to protect this human rights hero and his family.” We can’t agree more on opening investigations and bringing it to the courts, because we have confidence in American laws and justice to bring those CCP spies to justice.
Again, we sincerely appreciate every friend’s efforts to bring human rights, in this case, especially true freedom of religion, to the Chinese people. Our goal is unanimous and our efforts shall be united.
(You may also want to read: Religion Rally – Another Maneuver of a Disguised CCP Spy, “Pastor” Bob Fu?)
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