Sunday, April 02, 2006

China -religion

AFP , WASHINGTON
Sunday, Apr 02, 2006,Page 4

The US pressed China on Friday for a probe into claims by the Falun Gong spiritual group that thousands of followers at Chinese camps have been killed and their organs harvested and sold.

The Falun Gong spiritual movement alleged that as many as 75 percent of its 6,000 followers held in a state-run camp in the Sujiatun district of the northern city of Shenyang had been cremated after they were killed and their organs harvested and sold.

In a statement on Friday, the movement, quoting "a veteran medical doctor who has served in the Shenyang military zone," said there were 36 such camps and that "the scope of the problem far exceeds that previously imagined."taipei


宗教信者が殺されて臓器提供に疲れている。中国は否定してますけどね・・・・

2 comments:

bobby fletcher said...

Hi, I would like to bring to your attention news on the authenticity of the China concentration camp allegation:


http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,18669046-7583,00.html

"It appears the claims by Falun Gong have been at least substantially exaggerated. Initial investigations by researchers for a US congressional committee have identified the site at Sujiatun as a hospital, where it is suspected organ harvesting occurs but on nowhere near the scale claimed"


I would like to appeal to your that if there is no concentration camp, rather isolated cases of abuse and irregularity contrary to Chinese law, then there exists a very different reality than what alleged.

While I agree China's human rights abuse should be examined, as with all human rights abusers in the world including my own country USA - lifting data from websites and writing allegory of "chindler's List" is not the way.

If we in the West can not be precise with our facts, only resort to nefarious indictment, who will take what we say seriousely?

I have more evidence that suggests Falun Gong activists strung together unrelated news and facts from China to make this story. I will only impose on you if you demand it.

bobby fletcher said...

US investigators find no evidence of Sujiatun concentration camp:

http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20060415/pl_afp/uschinasectpolitics_060415004729

"Officers and staff from our embassy in Beijing and consulate in Shenyang have visited the area and the specific site mentioned in these reports on two separate occasions," McCormack said.

"In these visits the officers were allowed to tour the entire facility and grounds and found no evidence that the site is being used for any function other than as a normal public hospital."


This finding was reported by The Australian weeks prior:

http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,18669046-7583,00.html

"It appears the claims by Falun Gong have been at least substantially exaggerated. Initial investigations by researchers for a US congressional committee have identified the site at Sujiatun as a hospital, where it is suspected organ harvesting occurs but on nowhere near the scale claimed"