Crime Against Humanity
I wouldn’t put it past China to do this. Sell human meat as food. You’ll be able to buy a can of Beef Stew from China. The only thing it’s not going to be beef it’s going to be human meat. China already sells human body parts; they have hospitals that perform these kinds of operations. Where did they get these body parts that they transplant into other humans for a price? From their minority population. And what will they do with the bodies after they remove the organs that they transplanted and souls to other humans? Well, you guessed it, Beef Stew. Why am I saying things like this? Because the Chinese CCP has no moral compass. Listen very carefully, NO MORAL COMPASS. You’re probably saying this is terrible for me to be writing things like this. And I say to you there were Germans in Germany that we’re telling the German Jews the Nazis was going to put them in gas chambers and they wouldn’t believe them, and you all know what happened. Until humanity gets moral compass humanity will not survive. ~ Norman Bliss, – Hillsdale College → Click Here
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Organ Harvesting From Falun Gong Practitioners In China
Forced organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners and other political prisoners in China has raised increasing concern within the international community. According to a report by former lawmaker David Kilgour, human rights lawyer David Matas and journalist Ethan Gutmann, political prisoners, mainly Falun Gong practitioners, are being executed “on-demand” to provide organs for transplant recipients. Organ harvesting has occurred both as a result of the Chinese Communist Party’s persecution of Falun Gong and because of the financial incentives available to the institutions and individuals involved in the trade.
Reports on systematic organ harvesting from Falun Gong prisoners first emerged in 2006, though the practice started at least six years earlier. Several researchers, most notably Matas, Kilgour, and Gutmann, estimate that tens of thousands of Falun Gong prisoners of conscience have been killed to supply a lucrative trade in human organs and cadavers and that these abuses may be ongoing. These conclusions are based on a combination of statistical analysis, interviews with former prisoners, medical authorities, and public security agents, and circumstantial evidence, such as a large number of Falun Gong practitioners detained extrajudicially in China and the profits to be made from selling organs.
The Chinese government long denied all accusations of organ harvesting. However, the failure of Chinese authorities to effectively address or refute the charges has drawn attention and public condemnation from other governments, international organizations, and medical societies. The parliaments of Canada, the European Union, and the United States House of Representatives have adopted resolutions condemning the forced organ harvesting from Falun Gong prisoners of conscience. United Nations Special Rapporteurs have called on the Chinese government to account for the sources of organs used in transplant practices. The World Medical Association, the American Society of Transplantation, and the Transplantation Society have called for sanctions on Chinese medical authorities. Several countries have also taken measures to deter their citizens from traveling to China to obtain organs. A documentary on organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners, Human Harvest, received a 2014 Peabody Award recognizing excellence in broadcast journalism.
In December 2018, an independent tribunal in London chaired by British barrister Sir Geoffrey Nice concluded “unanimously, and sure beyond reasonable doubt that in China forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience has been practiced for a substantial period involving a very substantial number of victims.” China eventually admitted that it had engaged in systematic organ harvesting from death row prisoners, though it denies that such an organ harvesting program is ongoing. SOURCE ~ Wikipedia