Over the Easter holiday, Falun Gong practitioners in Würzburg collected signatures, urgently calling on the German government, in particular the Chancellor of Germany who is to visit China next month, to demand that the Chinese Communist regime open up all labour camps and concentration camps and allow the international community to investigate the atrocious crimes of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners.
There was an endless stream of people signing the petition. People were astonished that the darkest scenes in German history are being repeated more brutally in China today. When people saw the pictures depicting torture, the expressions on their faces were so pained, sorrowful and outraged at how horrible, bloody and criminal it is under the rule of the Chinese Communist dictatorship.
At that time a female journalist was very moved by people signing the petition. After holding a lengthy conversation with practitioners, she thanked them for their righteous actions. Afterwards she wrote a report about this and sent it to two newspaper agencies, who both published her article. One of them was the Main Echo.
On April 18th, German newspaper Main Echo reported: “Falun Gong believers hold a series of activities before Chancellor Merkel’s visit to China in May in order to draw society’s attention to the atrocities happening inside the Chinese Communist Party’s concentration camps.”
The report wrote, “In the last few weeks, the severe extent of the persecution against Falun Gong practitioners has been revealed. The Sujiatun Hospital in China was the first concentration camp to be exposed, where Falun Gong practitioners’ organs were removed while they were still alive.”
The report went on: “At Easter in Würzburg, signatures from hundreds of people have been collected. These signatures will be sent to the German government, requesting Germany to take action and to comprehensively investigate into all labour camps and concentration camps in China, furthermore demanding the CCP to release all detained Falun Gong practitioners.”
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