On March 8th, a source familiar with China exposed the organ harvesting and killing of Falun Gong practitioners at the Sujiatun Concentration Camp. Many calls of urgent rescue have been made, yet the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been unusually quiet.
Thirteen days later, on March 22nd, the CCP published a short article on page five of the Sydney-based Chinese language New Australian Express (actually a part of the CCP-owned Yangcheng Evening News Group), denying the existence of the Sujiatun Concentration Camp. The article quoted a report by China News Services, yet I could not find the relevant information on China News Services' website.
The only "official" responses by the CCP would be the faltering remarks by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and spokespersons of Chinese embassies outside of China under pressure from reporters.
On the afternoon of March 23th, a member of the audience asked Consul General Qiu Shaofeng of the Chinese Consulate in Sydney at a forum about the organ harvesting at the Sujiatun Concentration Camp. Qiu said awkwardly, "All that Falun Gong says is nonsense."
According to the Voice of America on March 23rd, when a reporter asked the spokesperson at the Chinese Embassy in Washington DC whether he had read the reports on Sujiatun, the spokesperson said, "I don't think this type of reports are worth reading."
Taipei-based China News Agency said that on the afternoon of March 28th, when reporters asked the spokesperson of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs whether Sujiatun Concentration Camp exists, the spokesperson called the question "absurd" and "ridiculous."
It is common sense that any murder case should be investigated by the police before a conclusion can be reached. How could any spokesperson make the determination? It would be like a "911" operator calling an emergency police call "nonsense," "not worth hearing," or "absurd." Isn't such an answer itself absurd?
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs also disputed that the hospital is too small to contain 6,000 people. Actually, the witness was not talking about the hospital building, but the underground bunkers behind the hospital. According to data from the Shenyang Municipal Defence Projects Underground Asset Management Centre, in Shenyang City alone, there are over one million square meters of "underground defence projects." Approximately 30% of the projects were built with bricks and concrete in the 1950s; 40% were built in the 1980s and early 1990s; and 30% were built in the mid to late 1990s.
Actually, many facts support the presence of organ harvesting and killing in Sujiatun. There are at least two witnesses who have spoken out on this issue. The regime led by Jiang Zemin and the CCP have been persecuting Falun Gong for the last nearly seven years. Even the CCP itself admits that there's a large organ trading market. Many Falun Gong practitioners are currently missing. In the last few years, there have been a number of photos showing Falun Gong practitioners' corpses from labour camps, in which their organs were missing from the body. When faced with such evidence, the CCP does not conduct any serious investigation, but uses "nonsense," "not worth reading," "too absurd" as excuses. Doesn't this show that they are guilty and are trying to hide it through acting tough?
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson also suggested that media go to the local area to conduct interviews. Does the CCP dare allow Clearwisdom reporters to conduct interviews?
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