United Kingdom: Collecting Signatures in London and Strongly Condemning the CCP’s Secret Concentration Camp

On March 18th, UK Falun Gong practitioners went to St. Martin's Square in the centre of London to hold an activity to expose the existence of a secret concentration camp. It is located in the Sujiatun region of Shenyang city.

The activity started at noon and finished at 7:00pm. Practitioners set up a banner reading “Chinese Auschwitz – Harvesting Organs from Live Falun Gong Practitioners” and exhibited pictures illustrating the CCP’s bloody persecution of Falun Gong. Practitioners unceasingly distributed leaflets to passers-by and told them about the persecution happening in China. An English leaflet entitled “China’s Secret Concentration Camp” highlighted the following facts:

• An estimated 4000+ people have had their organs removed.
• Organs taken from live practitioners on buyer’s demand.
• Remains of the persons and all evidence of crime destroyed in the on-site crematorium.
• No Falun Gong practitioner has ever got out of Sujiatun, dead or alive

Signing a petition against the persecution Looking at the shocking images
Talking with passers-by Signing a petition against the persecution
Signing a petition against the persecution

The banners and the pictures depicting the persecution attracted many passers-by to stop and look, many of whom indicated that the pictures about the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong are too horrible to look at, and the atrocities in the concentration camp make the blood boil. People who learnt the truth signed the petition forms one after another. The petition forms will be sent to No. 10 Downing Street on March 21st to urge the Prime Minister and the UK government to strongly condemn the Chinese communist regime’s crimes against Falun Gong practitioners, help to stop the mass killing and organ removal in Sujiatun concentration camp and to speak out at the UN to mobilise an investigation and rescue.

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