It has been brought to my attention that a highly-persecuted group of people in our world
nowadays is the Falun Gong movement in China. These people are being held in labor
camps by the millions and made as part of a living organ donor database. If a Chinese
hospital needs a transplant organ, a match is found in the living labor camp database and
that unfortunate person is executed to order.
Before 1990 the Falun Gong were ordinary citizens. Then their way of live quickly
gained popularity and their ranks reached seventy million, ten million more than the
membership of the Chinese Communist Party, which was seen as a threat. The
government prohibited the practice of this lifestyle, which eventually grew into today’s
We need to tell them it’s time to be their best and end these human rights violations that
are no different from the Holocaust except it has the potential to dwarf in number the
millions killed in the Holocaust. The time to stop this is now. Let’s convince China
through world opinion. This process of persuasion has just begun and is intended to go
Watch the whole story to understand this crisis.
The Below item was taken from the internet from a CRS report for congress you can see the whole
report at. http://fpc.state.gov/documents/organization/67820.pdf
Since 1999, some Members of the United States Congress have made many
public pronouncements and introduced several resolutions in support of Falun Gong.
In the 109th Congress, H.Res. 608, introduced on December 14, 2005, would
condemn the “escalating levels of religious persecution” in China, including the
“brutal campaign to eradicate Falun Gong.” H.Con.Res. 365, introduced on March
28, 2006, would urge the PRC government to allow civil rights attorney Gao
Zhisheng to continue practicing law. PRC authorities reportedly revoked Gao’s
license after he provided legal assistance for peasant demonstrators, Christian house
church worshipers, Falun Gong practitioners, and others. H.Res. 794, introduced on
May 3, 2006, would call upon the PRC to end its most egregious human rights
abuses, including the persecution of Falun Gong. For six consecutive years (1999-
2004), the U.S. Department of State has designated China a “country of particular
concern” for “particularly severe violations of religious freedom,” including its
persecution of Falun Gong. An ongoing ban on the export of crime control and
detection instruments and equipment to China satisfies the requirements of P.L. 105-
292, the Freedom from Religious Persecution Act of 1998, which authorizes the
President to impose sanctions upon countries that violate religious freedom.
The following insert about the history of Falun Gong was taken
from the web link.
For your convenience, it has been placed here for your understanding. Be
sure and check it out for yourself .
A Brief History
The discipline of Falun Gong was first made public in May of
1992 in China by Mr. Li Hongzhi, who adherents regard as the
practice's founder or teacher; Falun Gong was previously taught
only in private to a single student and passed down in a lineage
Months later, Mr. Li traveled with several students to Beijing to
participate in the Oriental Health Expo where Falun Gong
earned several awards, prompting organizers to invite Mr. Li to
give several impromptu lectures on the principles of the
From 1992 to 1994, Mr. Li lectured on invitation in almost every
major Chinese city, giving 54 lecture series in all. The number
of attendees ranged as high as four thousand. All instruction at
that time was overseen by the Chinese Government's top
qigong organization, the China Qigong Scientific Research
Society. Since the exercises of Falun Gong were relatively
simple and easy to learn, those who had learned could easily
show others. Soon, people began establishing volunteer
practice sites in parks and public recreation areas throughout
China. Furthermore, news reports and word of mouth acclaimed
Falun Gong's health benefits and positive impact. Thus, within a
few years, hundreds of thousands had taken up the practice.
During the early-to-mid 90's, Falun Gong was also widely
embraced by the Chinese Government. Mr. Li was invited to
speak at many government venues, such as the Hero's
Foundation in the government's Public Security Department. Mr.
Li and Falun Gong also received numerous awards from
state-sponsored venues, such as the "Star Qigong" award given
to Mr. Li at the 1993 Oriental Health Expo in Beijing.
Although Mr. Li had stopped giving public lectures at the end of
1994, Falun Gong's popularity in China continued to soar. By
1996 Falun Gong had established itself as the fastest growing
spiritual practice in China, and perhaps, the world. With Mr. Li's
third book, Zhuan Falun, landing on Beijing's bestseller list,
millions were said to be practicing by then as the practice
continued to be passed on by word-of-mouth, and free of charge
with volunteer practice sites being established throughout the
Beginning in 1996, Mr. Li also began to teach the practice
abroad, traveling to Sweden first, and later France, Germany,
Australia, and the United States among other nations. As it did
inside China, the practice began to grow outside China through
word-of-mouth and volunteer practice sites.
By the end of 1998, a Chinese Government survey concluded
there were between 70 and 100 million people practicing Falun
Gong in China--more than 8% of the entire population. All seven
members of China's Communist Party's Politburo Standing
Committee--the small circle of leaders who effectively run the
country--had read the Falun Gong books, and some had family
members who were practicing. In many areas, Falun Gong had
become a household name, synonymous with good health and
Mr. Li Hongzhi lectures in the city of Wuhan
during a Falun Dafa Seminar--one of 54
lecture series Mr. Li gave in nearly 20 cities
Widely supported by the Chinese
Government in the early 1990's, Mr. Li
lectures for the Hero Foundation in the
government's Public Security Department.
Morning group practice in Chengdu City in
1996, by which time practice sites like this one
were in every major city in China run by
In the early 1990's, Mr. Li Hongzhi and Falun
Dafa earned numerous awards and
recognitions from government bodies.
By 1998, Falun Gong had spread, largely
through word of mouth, to 70-100 million
people in China. Volunteer practice sites were
in every city.
This is an edited presentation put
together from the 4 shows I have done
on the Falun Gong. You can watch in
full screen by right clicking on the
image and selecting full screen under
Call or Email the Chinese embassy in
America today and Respectfully let them
know how you feel. We want China to be
our friend and friends don't let friends
commit human rights violations.