Citizens of the upper-class suburb of Hampstead have become accustomed to Andrew.
Come rain or shine, this Orthodox Jew protests every week against CCP atrocities.
One Man and One Placard Every week, Andrew holds his placard. One man and one placard. Every Tuesday evening, from 6 to 7 pm, without fail, Andrew, an Orthodox Jew, stands in the road outside the Cultural office of the Chinese Embassy in London and protests the incarceration of Uyghurs in Xinjiang. His message is simple and clear: 3 million Muslims in Chinese concentration camps! In full glare of the cultural attachés’ surveillance cameras, the middle-aged man, come rain or shine, arrives with his posters after work and stands in a leafy Hampstead suburb with one aim, to protest the extra-judicial incarceration of his fellow human beings in Xinjiang’s vast network […]