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Stolen Hearts -- Etc.

John Rowland

Posted on May 25, 2019 11:32

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In the tradition of Mao's murder of 65 million human beings, Red China's present-day harvesting of human organs -- by force -- maintains this homicidal trend.

Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) is an organization founded by medical doctors. According to its mission statement, the organization "aims to provide the medical community and society with objective findings of unethical and illegal organ harvesting." It defines forced organ harvesting as "the removal of organs from a donor, without obtaining prior free and voluntary consent . . ."

DAFOH considers this a crime against humanity, as it should.

DAFOH's executive director, Dr. Torsten Trey, and internationally renowned human rights attorney, David Matas, have jointly produced "State-organized Criminal Forced Organ Harvesting" in the Journal of Trafficking and Human Exploitation.

This study focuses on one of the most "heinous" aspects of the highly profitable trafficking in human beings for organ removal: State-sanctioned criminal forced organ harvesting. They point out that with state government involvement, there's little hope for reform from within.

There's broad professional agreement that organ harvesting in China is a widespread, systematic, state-sanctioned atrocity. As told by the Hon. David Kilgour, JD, Former Canadian Secretary of State, Asia-Pacific, "After months of investigation, including undercover interviews with doctors throughout 12 provinces in China, we come to the regrettable conclusion that these allegations are true." 

 

The perpetrators are officials of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), acting in cahoots with surgeons, prison authorities and military officials.

In seeking to develop and maintain a bank of living donor organs, the Chinese government has viewed one particular group as a principal involuntary supplier for these organs: Practitioners of Falun Gong.

Falun Gong (also commonly known as “Falun Dafa”) is an ancient Chinese spiritual discipline in the Buddhist tradition. At the core of Falun Gong are the values of truthfulness, compassion and tolerance. Falun Dafa teaches that these are the most fundamental qualities of the universe, and are to be a guide for daily life and practice.

So why is Falun Gong persecuted in China?

Some believe that the moral codes of the Falun Gong "undermine" the Communist Party's authoritarian control over society.

Sources of friction between the CCP and Falun Gong are everywhere.

A totalitarian government-controlled media lie to the public, while Falun Gong values truthfulness; when the political State calls for people to struggle against each other, the Falun Gong's answer is kindness; and where the Communist Party uses government force/violence to exert itself, Falun Gong teaches strict nonviolence.

Unfortunately, the trafficking in human organs is global in scope, involving such other countries as India, Israel, Brazil, Indonesia and even the US.

John Rowland

Posted on May 25, 2019 11:32

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