On Sunday 19th March, Falun Gong practitioners in Edinburgh held an event to expose and condemn the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) after the recent discovery of the appalling secret Sujiatun death camp, in Shenyang City, Liaoning Province, China.
A Chinese journalist working for a Japanese news agency disclosed his knowledge of this death camp to international newspaper The Epoch Times. He claimed that since 2001, the camp, attached to a hospital in Shenyang, has held up to 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners who refuse to denounce their belief. These people, whose basic human rights have been completely stripped away, are having their organs harvested, whilst still alive, and sold for medical transplants for huge prices. The practitioners’ dead bodies are then incinerated on site to hide the evidence.
The journalist stated that he thought that up to 4,000 Falun Gong practitioners had been abused in this way. To add to the tragedy and horror, the practitioners’ families are unaware of what has happened to their loved ones, as the practitioners have been taken there in secret and no one has been seen coming in or going out.
|People stopped to find out more about Falun Gong and the persecution against the practice in China|
The Edinburgh practitioners gave out leaflets specifically about the Sujiatun death camp and spoke to many passers-by. People stopped to read the information boards about Sujiatun. Many people also signed a petition to the UK government to urge them to investigate these atrocities. A practitioner talked about the horrors of the death camp on a PA system.
Although the public has been shocked about the persecution in the past, the reaction from people to this latest incident was that they found the deeds committed in the camp truly abhorrent. This event coincided with 9 million people quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). As the Chinese people continue find out the true horrors the CCP has committed and that their futures are in jeopardy by being aligned with it, 20 to 30,000 per day are leaving the party.
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