On the 16th of March 2006, Falun Gong practitioners in Austria organised an activity in the renowned tourist centre of Salzburg, exposing to the local residents and tourists the barbaric crimes of taking organs from Falun Gong practitioners for profit and then cremating the remains of bodies in the Sujiatun Concentration Camp set up by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
|Falun Gong practitioners held activity in Salzburg to expose the CCP’s atrocities|
After reading the poster exhibition exposing the brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners by the Chinese Communist regime and posters about the Sujiatun Concentration Camp, many people were shocked. They expressed their strong condemnation of the Chinese Communist regime. A great number of people came to sign a petition expressing their support to Falun Gong practitioners.
A lady working for the “Women’s Organisation for World Peace” said after meeting practitioners: “I have been looking for you all these times. It’s so good to meet you today. I know about the Chinese regime’s brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. Since its establishment, the Chinese Communist regime has never stopped persecuting its own people.” This lady invited Falun Gong practitioners to attend a large-scale activity organised by her group.
|People signing the petition and reading leaflets|
Another lady cried after viewing the poster exhibition. She was from the former Communist dictatorship in Yugoslavia. She knew the brutality of the Communist regimes very well and encouraged and wished the practitioners well.
A gentleman from Iran watched practitioners doing Falun Gong exercises from a distance. After quite a while, he came forward and put his name on the petition. He said to practitioners that when he watched them doing the exercises, he felt a strong force; it is this force that makes the Chinese Communist regime very afraid, a force for peace. He said it reminded him of Gandhi and that this force would surely be victorious over the evil of the Chinese Communist regime.
A young lady said to practitioners: she very much wanted to sign the petition, but she was not eighteen yet. However, she would tell everyone she knew about this terrible thing happening in China. She wanted to go home immediately to tell her parents.
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