In the afternoon of March the 13th 2006, UK Falun gong practitioners gathered outside the Chinese Embassy in London to hold a press conference. They protested against the inhuman atrocities committed by the Chinese Communist Party who set up a secret concentration camp to kill Falun Gong practitioners, harvest their internal organs for profit and then cremate their bodies inside the camp to remove evidence of the crime.
Recently, the news that the CCP has established a secret concentration camp for persecuting and killing Falun Gong practitioners in Sujiatun district of Shenyang city was revealed by an insider and exposed to the international community. It is said that over 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners are detained in the Sujiatun concentration camp at any one time. There is a crematorium inside and an unusually large number of doctors work there. According to an insider, no detainees have managed to come out alive.
At present, there are only a small number of Falun Gong practitioners being detained in Masanjia Forced Labour Camp and Dabei Second Prison because most of them have been transferred to Sujiatun. Falun Gong practitioners in the three provinces of Northeast China and the middle area of China are also being transferred there. The evil CCP’s crimes of genocide and the means they employed to persecute Falun Gong practitioners have reached an extreme level.
|Protesting against the CCP’s secret concentration camp|
Lord Avebury, vice chairman of the Parliamentary Human Rights Group, said in his statement for the press conference: “It is shocking to hear the allegation that a secret concentration camp in Sujiatun, Shenyang, China, has detained over 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners, and it has been engaged in the harvesting of human organs from those imprisoned Falun Gong practitioners. This practice of murdering people who peacefully exercise their freedom of belief and expression, and selling their organs for profit, if true, is the most barbarous and inhuman behaviour totally unacceptable in today's world.”
Lord Avebury continued: “The international community and the UK government should investigate these allegations and speak up loudly to condemn such brutality rather than keep quiet for commercial or political gains. This matter should be discussed at the forthcoming meeting of the UN Human Rights Commission.”
|Speech by Peter Jauhal, the President of the UK Falun Gong Association||Speech by Lord Thurlow at the press conference||Reading a statement from European Friends of Falun Gong|
Mr. John Dee, the Vice-President of European Friends of Falun Gong stated in his speech: “The establishment of the concentration camp is the latest in a long line of brutal activities by the CCP to suppress the Falun Gong movement in its constitutional right to freedom of belief and expression since the practice of Falun Gong was banned by the authorities in July 1999. The existence of the concentration camp would be terrible enough in itself, but for the CCP to deal in the sale of human organs represents a sinister new direction to the persecution.”
Mr. Dee continued: “This heartless crime and barbaric killing of Falun Gong practitioners at the CCP's Sujiatun Concentration Camp is only speeding up its demise. More and more people in the world will see clearly the evil nature of the CCP and more and more Chinese people will quit the CCP. Now nearly 9 million Chinese people in China have quit the CCP. The demise of the CCP is impending. We believe that all those who have committed the crime will be brought to justice and this day is not far away.”
Mr. Peter Jauhal, the President of the UK Falun Gong Association, said in his speech: “Since the Nuremberg Trials came to a close in 1946, condemning the Nazi officials who were responsible for the holocaust, it has been the common hope of the people in the world that concentration camps like Auschwitz, Buchenwald and Dachau, would never again emerge in the history of mankind. The horrifying fact is that a similar facility is at this very moment in operation in China.
“Little to no information on the secretive camp has emerged. No one to date is known to
have come back from the camp. International media and governments around the world
must pay attention to this and take active measures to investigate the concentration camp and put a stop to this barbarity and madness. … We are calling for all possible support from international organisations. There must be accountability in China. If this is the price people are paying for our silence, it is chillingly tragic.”
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