Posted 22 февраля 2022,, 13:31
Published 22 февраля 2022,, 13:31
Modified 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38
Updated 24 декабря 2022,, 22:38
February 22 marks the International Day in Support of Victims of Crime, unofficially recognized in many countries around the world. This date was set in 1990 when the UK Government published the Victims of Crime Charter.
For many years, on this day, the attention of human rights activists around the world has been riveted to China. It is no secret that most organ transplants are performed in this country, with a complete absence of voluntary donors. The Chinese government recognizes the use of organs from death row inmates, but they make up only a small fraction of the transplants performed in the country. But what is really happening there?
Victims of violence... victims of crime... Who are these people? Probably, these are people who have suffered from crime, from sexual harassment or have become victims of someone else's criminal actions ... And, unfortunately, there are many of them...
But not everyone knows about the millions of victims of a crime generated by envy. And not just the envy of an ordinary person, but the envy of a person endowed with power. We are talking about the former General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CCP) Jiang Zemin. Why did this statesman develop envy towards peaceful, kind people who have nothing to do with politics, who do not claim power?
In the 90s of the twentieth century. In China, the ancient spiritual practice of self-cultivation Falun Gong (Falun Dafa), aimed at improving morality and strengthening human health, was first publicly presented and rapidly spread "from heart to heart". It has become very popular due to its amazing healing effect. People were drawn to highly moral principles - Truthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance.
But when the number of Falun Gong practitioners outnumbered the Communist Party in 1999, Jiang Zemin, jealous of Falun Gong's popularity and fear of losing ideological control over the people, unleashed a brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners.
Victims of the persecution are subjected to sophisticated torture, sleep deprivation, and psychotropic drugs to force them to give up practicing Falun Gong. In addition to physical violence, they are also subjected to social violence in the form of financial persecution: they are fired from their jobs, deprived of their pensions, and use all sorts of methods that degrade human dignity. This is what the PRC does with other groups persecuted by the Chinese Communist Party: Tibetans, Muslim Uyghurs, Christians who are members of house churches.
Based on an investigative report by Canadian human rights activists David Kilgour and David Matas in 2006, the world first became aware of an evil "never seen before on this planet" - forced organ harvesting from living people by Falun Gong practitioners in China. And in 2019, the independent international Tribunal for China called it a crime against humanity.
Jennifer Zeng, human rights activist and author of the memoir How History is Made: One Woman's Fight for Freedom and Falun Gong, who managed to get out of prison and flee abroad, talks about the resilience and fortitude of Falun Gong practitioners in the documentary Free China: The Courage to Believe, victims of the CCP's crimes. Despite the brutal torture, Falun Gong practitioners show the courage to stand up for their beliefs and show mercy to those who persecute them.
The Chinese communist regime has a lot of experience in hiding its true face, hushing up the truth and spreading lies. As a result of the concealment by the Chinese authorities of information about the danger of coronavirus, the whole world has suffered. During the initial phase of the epidemic in Wuhan, the CCP tried to spread false information that the virus was of natural origin and not harmful to humans. According to Chinese virologist Dr. Yang Li Meng, "The CCP leadership has deleted all evidence that the COVID-19 virus is man-made in a laboratory, and I will prove it." Seven other scholars made the same claims, but the CCP regime made all these people "disappear".
After the outbreak of the epidemic in Wuhan, the Chinese authorities banned foreign specialists from entering the country to investigate the cause of the epidemic and provide assistance. It also raises questions about the fact that after the city was closed for quarantine, all flights from Wuhan to Chinese cities were banned, but uninterrupted flights to other countries continued. Thus, the coronavirus quickly spread around the world. Hong Kong political commentator Si Elmer Gong Yuen-nel called the Chinese Communist Party "a terrorist regime that commits crimes against humanity".
And if we're talking about crime victims today, who are the real victims of the Chinese Communist regime's crime? And the victims are all of us, these are people of all countries living on our planet. We are the ones who wear protective masks today, who have lost their jobs and businesses, who are losing relatives and friends...
How could this happen? Is it because the whole world suffered because for a number of years the governments of many countries, knowing about the mass forcible removal of organs from Falun Gong followers in China, hushed up these crimes, fearing to lose a profitable economic partner? Lawyer David Matas is sure that there could not have been a catastrophe around the world due to COVID-19. He believes that the world has not stood firm enough against China's criminal organ transplant, which has been going on for more than twenty years; methods of concealment of facts, silence, distortion of facts by the Chinese authorities.
Matas believes that if China were to face a global demand for transparency and accountability in the health care system regarding abuses related to forced organ harvesting, then the spread of the coronavirus could be prevented.
The world should know that the CCP has made us all victims, that the Chinese Communist Party is the biggest threat to humanity. Together we must stop this monstrous evil.