During his European tour, David Bowie invited Friends of Falun Gong to have an information stall and let people know about the persecution of Falun Gong at each of his concerts. His drummer, Sterling Campbell, is a practitioner of Falun Gong who is keen to raise awareness of the persecution.
By the time of the concert in Glasgow, problems that had come up in previous concerts had highlighted the attachments of practitioners. This helped practitioners in Scotland gain a deeper understanding and, through sharing experiences it strengthened practitioners righteous thoughts. This became evident as the Glasgow concert approached. Local media interest at previous events had increased, which included an extensive report in The Metro (Scotland) that revealed the brutality of the persecution in China.
Upon entering the auditorium, practitioners were welcomed with a long table that separated the entrance from the main auditorium. It was placed in full view of everyone as they entered. The stall was set up with blue banners with the words “China – Stop the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners” and “Support the lawsuit against Chinese Dictator Jiang Zemin for genocide”, various literature were also placed on the tables together with petitions.
Four people were allowed to man the stall at each event. So, three people stood in front of the table handing out leaflets and collecting signatures while one sat behind and talked with people. Many people offered their support, some stopping for in-depth conversations, and a lot had already seen the article in The Metro, which had also been posted on the table for people to read. There was no mistaking the righteous and benevolent energy field that continued to attract passers-by to sign the petition, even when no one was manning the stall.
Whether people took the leaflets or not, almost everyone who passed learnt about the persecution. And since there were approximately 15,000 there and the stall was at one of the two entrances that’s over 7,500 people who learnt the truth!
We would like to thank Mr. Bowie for his support.
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