China Condemn Christian Bale for Trying to Visit Human Rights Activist



The Telegraph has today reported on the story of Hollywood star, Christian Bale, who has received some condemnation from Chinese authorities for attempting to visit a human rights activist in eastern China. Video above shows the incident in which Chinese forces stop Bale from visiting an activist.

The Telegraph omitted to mention that while it may not have been the primary reason for Bale's attempted visit to the blind activist, the man he wanted to see Chen Guangcheng, who is actually a pro-life activist. The Telegraph article doesn't mention this, but Life Site News, of course, does.

Chen exposed the systematic use of forced abortion and sterilization in Linyi City in 2005.  For four years, three months, he was jailed, tortured and denied medical treatment.  Since his release he has languished under strict house arrest.  Well done to Christian for highlighting the plight of women and unborn children in China and those activists who are brave enough to speak out against the Chinese regime.

Comments

Fortiter Pugnem said…
The only Bale movies I have seen are his early ones: "Little Women", "Henry V", and "Newsies". He is a very good actor. He is going to star in one of the biggest movies of next year ("Batman" something I forgot). This is great that a Hollywood superstar is speaking up for life!