On the 3rd of July 2005, Falun Gong practitioners in France held activities to promote Falun Gong and expose the persecution on Human Rights Square right opposite the Eiffel Tower.
|Some people asked to learn the exercises on the spot|
This summer in France is extremely hot and the temperature is still rising. Although the Square of Human Rights was wide open, seventy or eighty per cent of the ground was exposed to the burning sun. Dafa practitioners continued with what they were doing, despite the weather, because they realized that their task was very important.
Tourists from all over the world queued up to sign a petition calling for an end to the persecution. Some of them got a practitioner to teach them the Falun Gong exercises on the spot.
|Reading the exhibition boards and talking to practitioners to find out more before signing the petition|
People were signing the petition expressing their support for Falun Gong when a middle-aged man appeared among them. It was obvious that he was deeply poisoned by the Communist culture during the rule of the former Soviet Union. He was trying in vain to defend the Chinese Communist Party’s human rights abuses by using an absurd doctrine such as “The Communist Party are liberating the whole of humankind”. But quickly, he was speechless and had nothing to say after hearing numerous facts from the practitioners. People who were watching had a further understanding of the truth of the CCP persecuting Falun Gong.
Some people said that they will write to the President of France requesting the whole country to support Falun Gong and stand against the persecution. In a word, people are developing their understanding of the persecution happening in China and keep opposing it without giving the evil any room to do damage. We believe that the persecution will surely end in the near future and those who have participated in persecuting Falun Gong will be brought to justice.
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