Sweden: Supporting the Ten Million Withdrawals from the CCP and Condemning the Atrocities Committed by the Regime

On April 29th in Stockholm, Falun Gong practitioners, the Swedish Service Centre for Withdrawals from the CCP, SHRIC (Supporting Human Rights in China), and volunteers from the Epoch Times newspaper held an event to protest against the killing of Falun Gong practitioners, the removal of their organs when still alive and the cremation of their bodies to conceal the evidence. The activity was also to support ten million people withdrawing from the CCP.

At the event, there were Chinese, English and Swedish information boards and banners which read “Stop Persecuting Falun Gong”, “Prime Minister Goran Persson and the government, please stop the killing in secret concentration camps in China”, “Thousands of Falun Gong practitioners in secret concentration camps in China were killed and their organs were removed for profit, even when they were still alive”, “Supporting ten million people withdrawing from the CCP”, “Protect Human Rights and Quit the CCP”. Lots of photos exposing the CCP’s evil crimes were also displayed.

People looked closely at the display boards to understand the truth Practitioners demonstrated the Falun Gong exercises

Practitioners gave a commentary over a tannoy, and asked people to sign their names to show support. They handed of leaflets exposing the CCP’s evil crimes and regarding the withdrawals from the party. Ms. Chang of the Service Centre for Withdrawal from the CCP said, The Epoch Times’ editorial the ‘Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party’ triggered a big wave of withdrawals from the CCP. Until now, ten million Chinese people have withdrawn from the party or its affiliated organisations. Many countries have service centres for withdrawal. The recent exposed atrocities of harvesting Falun Gong practitioners’ organs for profit in labour camps, jails and concentration camps in China will allow people to understand the CCP further and speed up the collapse of the CCP."

Supporting human rights, Mia, a member of SHRIC, said, “The Swedish government has an obligation to investigate it along with the international community ... The Swedish government should take the responsibility agreed by the international treaties and all of us cannot watch without extending a helping hand.”

Falun Gong practitioner, Malin, strongly condemned the intolerable evil crime committed by the CCP. He urgently called on the public to sign their names to show support and help to stop the evil crime.

Falun Gong practitioners followed the music of the exercises to demonstrate the beauty of Falun Gong. Kind Swedish people could not understand why the CCP could not allow such a peaceful and graceful Falun Gong.

An elderly Swedish person said, “I knew that the CCP is not good but I just realised that the CCP is so ferocious and evil after reading your material. Chinese people should abandon the Communist Party.” Chinese tourists took copies of the Nine Commentaries and said they would study it.

People eagerly sign their names condemning the persecution

After learning the truth, people signed their names one after another to support Falun Gong practitioners.
Many Swedish people came to ask those Falun Gong practitioners who distribute fliers how they could help the innocent Falun Gong practitioners. Practitioners said, “We want to let the public hear about the CCP’s evil crime. Please help us to spread the news to your colleagues, relatives, and friends and encourage them to sign their names on the website (against the persecution).” People understanding the communist party’s crime signed their names one after another and said, “We support you!” and “Good luck!”

Many Swedish, English, and Chinese leaflets about the truth and the withdrawals from the CCP were distributed at this event. Close to the end of the day, the sun came out from the cloudy sky and spread shining sunlight on the plaza.

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