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Thursday, September 02, 2010

Preventing Organ Transplant Abuse in China targeting Falun Gong and others

Epoch Times - by David Matas: David Kilgour and I have concluded (first in a report released in July 2006 and updated in January 2007, and then in a book titled Bloody Harvest, released in November 2009) that Falun Gong practitioners have been killed in China in the tens of thousands so that their organs could be sold to transplant patients. I invite you to take a look at our report, which is online, or read our book to see how we came to that conclusion. Falun Gong is a simple set of exercises with a spiritual foundation that started in China in 1992 and was banned in 1999.

(...) This dual admission (from the Party) means the international community can press for the end of transplant abuse in China without meeting with denials and intimidation, the typical Chinese government/party response to concerns about other forms of human rights abuse. Regrettably, all too many people are misled by Chinese party/state denials or cowed into silence by Chinese official political and economic bullying. It should in principle be possible to gather together a larger coalition in support of ending an abuse in China the government of China acknowledges exists and is wrongful than the abuses the party/state covers up.

To deal with international organ transplant abuse in China, and learning from the China experience, I propose these fifteen steps...


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