United States: Twelve Senior Women in Boston Clarify the Truth

Many Falun Gong practitioners have come to Boston since July 23rd, 2006 to clarify the truth and expose the Chinese Communist Party's crime of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners. The main focus was to clarify the facts to the 6500 doctors and scholars, who came to attend the World Organ Transplant Congress.

64-year old Lisa is from Washington D.C. She came to Boston with twelve other senior ladies. The oldest is 76, and the youngest is 60. They often hold banners under the sun for several hours.

"Although they are older, in my eyes they look like gods. I respect them. No ordinary older people could tolerate this." Lisa sat down to have her lunch. It was already 4:00 pm.

"When will we go home? We haven't decided yet. We've travelled all over the world to clarify the truth of Falun Gong, so we will find our way home. We won't go home until the end of the activity in Boston." Lisa said.

"We arrived in Boston on the night of July 22nd. On the first day of the conference, many Chinese saw our banners, but nobody dared to accept the materials, although Westerners did. I was holding a banner on the street. I said to fellow practitioners loudly, 'Hi, please check if those Chinese doctors' names are on the investigation list.' They all heard me. So they asked 'what list? Can I have a copy?' So I passed out the materials and told them 'Welcome to the U.S.A., the free world. The CCP is like mice on the street--everybody dislikes it. You are young, successful people. So, you should be clear-minded on this big issue. You should read the materials for you and your families.' 'If you know something about the organ harvesting, you should expose it. If you don't, you should investigate it after you go back to China. We are all Chinese. How can we tolerate our fellow's organs being harvested? I am saying this to you for your own good. Think about those Nazi doctors who were tried at Nuremberg. They took orders from their supervisors, and committed crimes against humanity. You should not take the same path'"

"On the second day, we went to a rally at city hall. On the third day, we went back to the World Transplant Congress. A reporter said that he was very touched by our actions. He said that if it were not for the persecution, nobody could persist this long."

"We came to the conference at 7:00 a.m. yesterday. At lunch time, I tried to talk to many people. They are Chinese, and they can understand everything I said. But they pretended that they didn't."

"I ran into a lady. I smiled 'Miss, do you know that two doctors have been sued. I have the list. Do you want a copy?' She took the list."

"A gentleman from Beijing had a very bad attitude toward me at the beginning. He asked me to go away. So I smiled 'We are both buying food here. Where can I go? Let me tell you something you don't know' He started yelling, so I smiled 'Sir, you are in America now, please keep good manners.'"

"Then, he called a guard. But the guard didn't do anything but smile. I said to everybody in English that we are in America, so we have the freedom of speech. The gentleman changed his attitude, but still refused to take the materials."

"In the afternoon, he tried to avoid us, so I went to him, saying 'Sir, we meet again'. He ignored me, so I followed him. While walking, I said 'It is crime to harvest organs from living people. How would you feel if your family member's organ was harvested? We all have families, and we should all have a conscience.' I said many things to him. Finally, he accepted my materials."

"Later, I shared my experience with fellow practitioners. Everybody realised that since we are here to save people, we should clarify the truth deeply and seriously to people like this so that they can really learn the truth."

Lisa told the story of her learning English. After the concentration camp in Sujiatun was exposed, Lisa and other older ladies often went to places close to the White House to protest the CCP brutality. Many government officials passed by her every day, but she could not talk to them. So Lisa asked fellow practitioners to teach her some simple English.

"Please help stop the genocide in China now." "Chinese Communist Party killed people and sold their organs in a death camp."

Lisa's story is very touching. She said, "Later, fellow practitioners told me that these two sentences are not enough, because they didn't tell people that the CCP harvests organs from living people. So, I asked my daughter, who is not a practitioner, to teach me, because I want to take this opportunity to clarify the truth to her. She taught me how to say 'organ removed alive'. I think that the voices of Falun Dafa practitioners have great power, so I say it loudly every day to people. Our time is limited, so we really should hurry up."

Ms. Zhao, Lisa's friend, came to Boston the second time. She stayed one day on July 23rd, and went home to take care of her daughter-in-law, who just became pregnant and was sick. When Ms. Zhao got home, her daughter-in-law felt better, so she said to Ms. Zhao, 'I am OK. You can go back to Boston.' So, Ms. Zhao came to Boston again.

There is another lady who just came to America in 2006. She didn't feel well but she still held banners in the hot weather. She said, "The most important thing is to clarify the truth and save people."

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