Petition update

We are soon reaching 60 thousand signatories

Trung Tĩnh Lê
London, United Kingdom

Apr 14, 2021 — 

Hello Everybody,

In just a few recent days, we have more than 10 thousand signatures, many of you are from Myanmar. While I know that there is a lot of sharing and support, even financial, to the Petition, I can’t know these details so that I can thank directly for each support. 

I am very happy if you want to be in contact with me. If so please do via my Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/letrungtinh/ or on Livenguide, a social network that I created with some other social activists: https://www.livenguide.com/user/1188-le-trung-tinh.html 

We are soon reaching 60 thousand signatories!

60 thousand supporters from all around the world for the same cause: to call for the removal of China from the UN Security Council. 

60 thousand people who share that China does not deserve to be in this important position in the World 's key organisation whose Purposes are “to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person”. 

And I am sure that we are not only 60 thousand.

By signing and sharing more and more the Petition, we are not against Chinese or whatsoever countries.

But we are for the People, who live in Tibet, Xinjiang; we are for the Uyghurs, the Honkongers, and all other persecuted Chinese. We are for people in Myanmar, Vietnam, the Philippines, India, the UK as well as the US and even Australia. 

Please keep sharing. 

Together We can.

Thank you


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