Wuppertal is a city close to Düsseldorf with a large pedestrian-only shopping zone. On a recent sunny Saturday, several Falun Gong practitioners from the German state of North Rhine Westfalia held an anti-torture exhibition there. When passers-by saw posters depicting the cruel torture methods used in attempts to force Falun Gong practitioners to renounce their beliefs, they were shocked at the human rights violations happening in China. Many immediately decided to sign the petition calling for an end to the persecution. People were particularly concerned about the fate of Jiang Renzheng’s family who were deported by the German Government and are now suffering persecution in Mainland China.
One elderly lady was not able to comprehend how such tragedies could occur in modern times. She realized one reason is that many countries have not taken a stance against these human rights abuses because of economic interests and the thought that there is a lot of money to be made in China. Like many of the other passers-by, this lady could not accept that politicians would are willing to supply arms to a country that so seriously violates basic human rights.
One policewoman had experienced communism in East Germany. She heard about the horrific actions of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in its persecution of Falun Gong and said that people were told many lies by the former German communist government too. Another lady from Hungary agreed that communism should be eradicated. She said that communism is on its last legs and will be toppled soon.
A young student from Yugoslavia took a flyer home and urged her father to read it at once. Later, she called her Turkish friend and told her to come to our torture exhibition. She said she wished that we would repeat the exhibition in Wuppertal in order to give her whole class at school a chance to see it.
Our anti-torture exhibition let many people know about the vicious nature of the CCP. All people were hoping that the persecution will end as soon as possible and the Chinese people will be set free.
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