The Situation is Urgent

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Martin fell asleep, dropping the things he had in his hands.

Yes, he was tired. He rushed to Washington DC from Germany. At 7 a.m., he and other Falun Gong practitioners from Germany and Austria stood in front of a metro station in the rain before people went to work. They held banners, sent forth righteous thoughts and distributed materials containging information about the practice and the persecution. When passengers became fewer, the group of practitioners went to a US government building, held banners and distributed handouts to government staff during lunch hour. After the lunch hour, they returned to the metro station for passengers during rush hour. After these activities, he sat down and fell asleep.

Martin (second from left) and other practitioners call on urgent attention to CCP's atrocities

Martin and Falun Gong practitioners across the world are acting quickly. The news from China is so urgent. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) transfers Falun Gong practitioners from concentration camps to labor camps, prisons and hospitals, trying to hide their quiet and secret genocide. These practitioners being imprisoned are regarded as "live organ donors" and face the danger of live organ removal and cremation of their bodies to destroy evidence. As confirmed by World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong, main hospitals and organ transplantation centers in China are hurrying to conduct large scale organ transplantation. In fact, the practitioners imprisoned and eyewitnesses are probably being slaughtered.

Falun Gong practitioner (first left) talks to a passers-by outside a metro station

Practitioners around the world work hard to expose the CCP's atrocities. The head of the CCP is planning to visit the US. Practitioners are holding large activities in Washington DC. Many practitioners like Martin arrived early and hoped to help American people, government and congressional representatives learn the urgency of the issue. Many practitioners visited offices of congressional representatives, VIP and media. Some senior ladies don't speak English, but they visited VIP offices with young practitioners. With their righteous thoughts and actions and their personal experience of suffering CCP's persecution, they explained the fact to officials and staff. It was moving.

Practitioners who did not visit VIPs held banners and distributed handouts in metro stations and parks crowded with people. In the afternoon, it was sunny and many people accepted practitioners' handouts. In front of US State Department, a member of Chinese delegation had a photo taken in front of banners and said to the practitioners, "What you are doing is important." Another official seemed he was well informed and wished practitioners good luck.

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