Germany: Falun Gong Practitioners Expose the Chinese Communist Party's Atrocities in Nuremberg

“It is no longer the acts of a human to use human body parts like this,” a Belgium tourist said to a reporter. This was also the reason why they signed to stop the inhumane acts, which was the wish of most of the passers-by.


On the 18th of March 2006, Falun Gong practitioners gathered in front of St. Lawrence Church in Nuremberg in southern Germany to protest against the barbaric acts of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) of setting up a concentration camp to massacre Falun Gong practitioners and sell their organs for profit. Banners with Chinese and German slogans declared the chilling news to the world. Falun Gong practitioner Zhang Yuan went on a 24 hour hunger strike to protest.

The CCP is even more despicable than the Nazis

According to a report by the international Epoch Times newspaper on the 17th of March, evidence emerged on the trading of organs harvested from Falun Gong practitioners at Sujiatun Concentration Camp in Shenyang, China. A former employee of the concentration camp told The Epoch Times during a recent interview that the concentration camp was actually a part of Liaoning Provincial Thrombosis Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine. Since 2001, the concentration camp has secretly detained approximately 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners, none of whom have left the camp alive. Horrendously the hospital removed many kidneys, livers, and corneas from the practitioners. After the organ removal, the practitioners were thrown into an incinerator, which was converted from a boiler. Their ashes were dumped together with burned charcoal.


Nuremberg was once the Nazi’s headquarters. At the end of World War II, Nazi war criminals were tried in Nuremberg. This scene remains fresh in elderly Germans’ memories. The CCP’s crimes naturally reminded many of the Nazi’s concentration camps and crematoriums. Outraged by the CCP’s atrocities, people thought the CCP was more despicable than the Nazis.

Such crimes must be punished severely

There were numerous reactions from the Nuremberg public on the despicable acts of the CCP. Two women who signed the petition remembered that concentration camps were once in Germany and stated that such history should not be repeated. Some high school students expressed their hopes that the concentration camp would collapse. A Mr. Chen from Taiwan said, “Such immoral acts should not be allowed to continue. One should not kill fellow countrymen. Even though I am from Taiwan and live in Germany, I still feel these things are inhumane.”

A lady from mainland China thought it was the undeniable truth that the CCP slaughters innocent citizens. During the political campaign against landowners, the CCP insisted that they kept so called “restoration records”. Many innocent people were killed or committed suicide. Many more people jumped off buildings to commit suicide during the Cultural Revolution. The CCP is equally brutal as far as Falun Gong is concerned. In the end she decided to withdraw from any affiliation with the CCP along with her daughter.


An elderly gentleman paced up and down for a long time in front of the stand. He told a reporter that the CCP’s concentration camps are worse than the Nazi’s. Such experiments, massacres and the selling of human organs must be stopped. He is against such killings. Humans should enjoy freedom of speech and human rights.

A shop-owner called Christopher said, “It’s unbelievable that such incidents could happen in today’s China. China’s economy is opening up to the world. Perhaps the next few years will see great progress. Meanwhile it is disappointing that these kinds of things are happening. I hope more and more Chinese can pay attention to this disaster so as to initiate a movement to bring such an act to an end. It’s unimaginable that this is allowed when China is going international.”

Anna Marlin Monk, a lady in her seventies, signed a petition to stop the CCP’s savage acts. She commented that many Germans are willing to help bring more freedom to the Chinese people, be it political or religious. Many countries in Europe believe in God. But more importantly, people should be respected regardless of religious beliefs. Human should enjoy freedom and dignity. She continued, “My parents used to work in anti-Nazi organisations. I helped a lot when I was little. It was terrifying what happened during the Nazi’s era. Six million Jews were locked up in concentration camps for planned massacre. It will be recorded for the next one thousand years as a disaster in human history. This kind of crimes must be severely punished.”

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