China’s persecuted communities in the UK are hosting ‘Alternative Olympic Opening Ceremony’ on the eve of Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games, which is scheduled from 4th to 20th February.
This ‘Alternative Olympic Opening Ceremony’ will be held in Piccadilly Circus, London W1J 9HS (Shaftesbury Memorial Fountain) on 3rd February from 6.30pm to 8.30pm. Victims of Chinese regime at home and abroad including, Tibetans, Uyghurs, Hong Kongers and Tigrayans, are coming together to protest against the International Olympics Committee (IOC) for awarding this year’s Winter Olympics to China and to highlight the Chinese Communist regime’s gross violations of human rights and crimes against humanity.
In addition to speeches from the affected communities, the ‘Alternative Olympic Opening Ceremony’ will feature political theatre, a ceremonial ‘torch lighting’, poetry readings and personal testimony from those who have been subject to the CCP repression.
Leading British political figures including Sir Iain Duncan Smith MP and Layla Moran MP will address this unique event.
It’s time to send a strong message and remind the Chinese regime and the International Olympics Committee (IOC) that the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games is nothing but the #GenocideGames of the 21st century.
Please join this unique ‘Alternative Olympic Opening Ceremony’ and show your support. Human rights matter.
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Look forward to attending this event in support of my oppressed brothers and sisters.
Beijing Olympics = Shame on CCP.