China's human rights record in harvesting human organs and selling them for profit has drawn condemnation from around the world. Two recent examples from China's media show how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is trying hard in vain to cover up its crimes of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners.
News report one:
Source: Page A2 of the November 15th, 2006 issue of Beijing Youth Daily
Title: China's Medical Staff Pledges to not Get Involved in the Trade of Human Organs
New report two:
Source: Page B1 of the November 18, 2006 issue of Beijing Youth Daily
Title: The Grand Opening of "China Human Rights Exhibits"
The CCP's declaration not to be involved in the human organ trade is obviously an attempt to cover up their crimes in harvesting organs from Falun Gong practitioners. Such tactics are typical of the CCP's actions in the past, but their attempts to cover up their crimes only make them more conspicuous. In the declaration, the Party stressed their ban of cross-border organ transplants, apparently to hide the crimes of illegal organ transplants within China's borders and to make it harder for the international community to collect evidence or to further investigate their crimes. The declaration stresses repeatedly that China's medical professionals must not be involved in the human organ trade and related activities. Again this is the typical CCP tactic of first committing the crimes and then enacting laws to show that they are no guilty of them. The organ harvesting and the huge profits involved have drawn every level of the hierarchy in the Party. Now under pressure from the international community, the CCP is still trying to cover up the atrocities. The CCP's absurd and disgusting show is now clearly exposed to the world. We must thoroughly expose the CCP's evil nature and their crimes, make it easier for people to recognise the Party's evil nature, and foil the CCP's plans.
The "Human Rights Exhibits" was another shameless show staged by the CCP to hide its human rights record. China's true human rights situation is perfectly obvious to the world. Under the Party's rule, the Chinese people have no true spiritual freedom or personal security. Because of the painful memories of numerous cruel political movements, the Chinese people are conditioned to yield to the evil's pressure. All the while, Falun Gong practitioners have been cruelly persecuted for seven years, with many of them imprisoned and tortured. Their lives are in jeopardy simply because they uphold their belief, and many good-hearted and righteous people are being arrested as a result of their appeal for Falun Gong. Meanwhile, the CCP is still shamelessly bragging that China has the best human rights record in its history.
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