Chinese Prime Minister’s Visit to Brussels

Part of the Chinese Premier’s visit to Brussels, Belgium included a visit to a museum in that city where some of us practitioners greeted him. Our peaceful demeanour was evidence that our thoughts and motives were upright and people all over the world, not only in China, are reaping the benefits of Falun Gong.

The ample police presence and the number of reporters gave us a further chance to clarify the truth about Falun Gong to them. The reporters all gratefully accepted information packages.

I explained to a Chinese security guard how I had benefited greatly from Falun Gong, having achieved inner peace and harmony, and told him at the same time that I am sad
for all the many people in China who are being hunted and persecuted for practising this system. I mentioned to him that I couldn’t get the picture of the eight-month-old baby out of my mind, the baby who had been tortured to death. I expressed my fervent wish to him to tell his fellow countrymen in China the following: “That he spoke with a German Falun Gong practitioner whom he met in Belgium who spoke only of peace and harmony. It is wrong for the Chinese government to persecute Falun Gong practitioners.”

I am ever so glad that I made this visit to Brussels on this very day, although prior to this journey I had not been in a mood to take such a long trip for just a one-day visit. People are beginning to realize that Falun Gong is practised independent of location, skin colour or religion. People realize the righteousness of their desire to assimilate to the principles of “Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance,” and they come to the conclusion that their empathy with persecuted Falun Gong practitioners in China reaches beyond the borders of nations and continents and beyond skin colour.

A German practitioner

October 3, 2001

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