Denmark: Supporting Lawyer Zhisheng Gao and Protesting against the Persecution of Falun Gong

In the afternoon of September 29th, Danish Falun Gong practitioners appealed for an end to the persecution of Falun Gong by the CCP and rallied to support the Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Zhisheng Gao.

 

Falun Gong practitioners came went to the Chinese Embassy in spite of the autumn rain, displaying banners reading ‘‘Falun Gong is good’’, ‘‘Stop the Persecution of Falun Gong immediately’’, ‘‘Release Lawyer Zhisheng Gao immediately’’.

On the September 20th, Lawyer Zhisheng Gao published an open letter to the US Congress, appealing to western politicians to pay attention to the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China in the name of the Olympics; he was subsequently persecuted by the CCP.

Practitioners protested against the illegal persecution and arrest of lawyer Zhisheng Gao and the brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. They called for an end to the CCP persecution of lawyer Zhisheng Gao, immediately release lawyer Zhisheng Gao, immediately stop persecution of Falun Gong and release all Falun Gong practitioners who have been imprisoned.

At the activity spot, local police stopped at the Chinese Embassy. Local Falun Gong practitioners talked to police about the CCP's persecution of Falun Gong and the truth about the crackdown on these good Chinese people. One Falun Gong practitioner said, ‘‘The CCP brutal persecution against kind Falun Gong people has lasted for eight years, they are killing people. In front of the evil regime, more and more Chinese righteous people are awakening and are supporting Falun Gong; the CCP’s persecution can only awake more people. Justice must win over evil.’’ The police said, ‘‘They (staff of the Chinese Embassy) rang us four times, expressed their unease. I feel that you are very peaceful, would not do any harm to others. I think the Chinese regime will end in a few years.’’

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