Recently, there have been a lot of articles posted on Clearwisdom about the urgent need to thoroughly expose the atrocities committed by Jiang and his regime to the American Government and public before his visit to the U.S. in October. Personally, I agree with the understandings in these articles.

To achieve the best effects in the remaining time, I feel that we need to focus on clarifying the truth and exposing the evil to all levels of the U.S. government and all media outlets. At the same time, we need to put special emphasis on clarifying the truth to the Executive branch of government. As we have recently seen with the unanimous support of Resolution 188 by the U.S. Congress (which strongly condemns Jiang's persecution and terror tactics against Falun Gong practitioners), our efforts to clarify the truth to the Executive branch have not been as effective as with the Legislative branch. When the US President has Jiang as a guest at his ranch, this is a great opportunity for him to position himself well by asking Jiang to stop the persecution. Out of compassion for him and the American people, we should do our best to clarify the truth before Jiang's visit.

I feel that the most effective way to let the U.S. public know the truth of Falun Gong and the persecution in China is by utilizing the media. When doing so, we need to take an approach that will allow the general public to effectively understand and relate to the persecution of Falun Gong. The following are some of my thoughts regarding this issue for your reference only.

  1. Use the pictures in "A Witness to History" and "Compassion" to thoroughly reveal the criminal actions of Jiang's regime. Expose Jiang's secret orders, such as, "It is considered as suicide if a practitioner is tortured to death;" "It is legal to shoot practitioners who are passing out Falun Gong information;" "Kill them without pardon;" etc. We can use these statements to show that if there were no orders from above, the local public security officers would not dare to do such things, thus proving that this persecution is in fact state-sponsored terrorism.
  2. Show how the Jiang regime staged the "self-immolation" on Tiananmen Square with no regard for the loss of human lives. Show how the Washington Post's investigative reports proved that Liu Chunling was not a Falun Gong practitioner.
  3. Publicize the unanimous support of Resolution 188 by the U.S. Congress and use it to clarify the truth to the maximum extent possible.
  4. Expose Jiang and his followers created a blacklist before he visited Eastern Europe, Iceland and Hong Kong, and show how he used this backlist to force the governments of these places to detain, deport and mistreat American citizens. These were huge violations of western democracies and human rights.
  5. Talk about how many American citizens who peacefully appealed on Tiananmen Square were illegally arrested and beaten in detention centers in Beijing without being allowed to contact the American Embassy.
  6. Properly link Jiang's persecution of Falun Gong to the many other human rights abuses in China. Jiang's regime uses terrorist acts not only to persecute Falun Gong practitioners, but also to persecute Buddhists, Christians, civil right activists, Chinese American scholars, etc. Amnesty International has called Jiang a "human rights scoundrel."
  7. Jiang's regime has continuously sold weapons of mass-destruction to countries that support terrorist activities. For this reason, some Chinese companies have received sanctions. Recently Jiang visited Libya and Iran, supported North Korea's persecution of its own people, and forcefully entered the Japanese and South Korean embassies to arrest North Korean refugees.
  8. Jiang's regime has been using "American Dollar" foreign policy, and swindling foreign investors by using the money to bribe under-developed countries to reject many United Nation's human right issues that were proposed by America in the last few years. Finally, he led a movement that successfully unseated the United States from the United Nation's Human Rights Commission.