Germany: Falun Gong Information Day Held in Regensburg on World Human Rights Day

On the evening of December the 10th, World Human Rights Day, a Falun Gong Information Day was held in Regensburg by a local college, together with Falun Gong practitioners. A practitioner who has directly experienced the persecution recounted her experiences of being "brainwashed" and a representative of the NGO "International Association for Human Rights" spoke, encouraging action an end to this persecution.

A report entitled "Persecution and the Economy” was also presented, explaining the relationship between the persecution of Falun Gong and the Chinese Economy. The report on the relationship between the Jiang regime's persecution, the Chinese Economy and foreign investment cited the example of the use of Falun Gong practitioners performing extended hours of labour without any pay in Labour Camps. It pointed out that products exported from China are closely linked to violations of human rights.

The practitioner who had suffered directly at the hands of the Jiang regime described how she has benefited physically and spiritually from practising Falun Gong in China, but had been forcibly "brainwashed" for quite some time since the persecution of Falun Gong began. She recounted how, as a result of the immoral brainwashing, she from went from being an innocent and lively girl to being someone with a twisted mind.

The representative from the NGO "International Association for Human Rights" in Karmu city encouraged people to act according to their conscience: "We cannot watch unjust treatment being done to others without doing something ourselves while living in this world. We should take some action, and do something for the tens of thousands Falun Gong practitioners who are suffering in prison."

A reporter from Africa was also interested in the topic and interviewed Falun Gong practitioners who were present at the event.

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