Danish MP Calls for Investigation into the Sujiatun Massacre

News of the happenings in Sujiatun Concentration Camp, where several thousand Falun Gong practitioners have had their internal organs removed while still alive, attracted the attention of a Danish MP, the spokesman of the Danish People’s Party Mr. Soren Espersen. In his reply letter to a human rights organisation, he asked the Danish Foreign Minister to reply in regard to this incident in written form.

According to Danish Law, the Foreign Minister has to use a written form to reply to the MP’s interpellation in ten days. The reply will be put on the Web site of the Danish Congress in order to be looked at by people who are concerned.

Mr. Soren Espersen wrote in the letter: “I would like to ask, if the Minister would ask the Chinese regime to allow an observer from the Red Cross or the UN to investigate the Sujiatun Concentration Camp in Shenyang City, Liaoning province; if the Minister would still continue to pressurise the Chinese regime in order to make it open its concentration camps and prisons so that the Red Cross or UN representatives could proceed with their investigation?”

Mr. Soren Espersen said that the Chinese regime systematically removes prisoners’ internal organ, which has been reported by many Western media. The only goal of this new is to destroy human beings’ morality and consciousness, as well as take away their internal organs to sell for profit.

Mr. Soren Espersen also pointed out: “During the period of the Cold War, the Minister had participated in the activities against the Soviet Gulag concentration camp in person. The Minister may have the interest to notice that according to the USA Intelligence System, there are four to six million Chinese people still being imprisoned in the Gulag-like concentration camps and some are imprisoned in labour camps. So far, the Chinese Communist regime still covers up this black secret.”

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