The ancient Chinese said, "Do not commit wrongdoing just because it is a minor offense, do not refuse to do a good deed simply because it offers a small help", "Whoever harms others will certainly end up harming himself." These proverbs are indeed true. Let's not go into detail with regards to the bad deeds committed by the evildoers in the human world. They will eventually suffer the punishment of "climbing knife mountains or being boiled in sizzling hot pots" as referred to in the classical Chinese text, "A Tour of the Dark Cave" [hell]. The retribution faced by the evildoers in the human world is enough to warn people.

King Zhou, a Chinese emperor of the Yin Dynasty, roasted and carved open the heart of the admonitor [a person who criticizes or monitors others]. He was eventually opposed by the masses and deserted by his followers, with his soldiers abandoning their loyalty for him. At the end, he had no choice but to burn himself to death to escape the punishment in the human world.

Qin Shihuang, a Chinese emperor of the Qin Dynasty, thought that nobody in the world could defeat him. He implemented harsh rules, imposed unbearable taxes on people, burned all books [other than the official Qin chronicles and utilitarian books], rounded up dissident scholars and buried them alive and devised many means of torture. Yet the Qin Dynasty collapsed in a short span of fifteen years due to rebellion by the peasants.

Hitler had the most advanced weapons in his hands and most up-to-date war tactics at that time. He occupied more than half of Europe and killed six million innocent Jews and many others. Yet he was not able to escape retribution. He committed suicide when the allied troops took Berlin. He became known as a despicable criminal in the eyes of history.

Stalin, the Russian dictator, utilized the KGB to purge anyone who opposed him. He utilized inhumane torture and repressed the people in order to maintain his tyrannical regime. Stalin's wife and children hated him and condemned his cruel actions, and they eventually left him. Stalin also suffered the consequences of his own actions, and died at the hand of the KGB. Years later, his tomb was reopened and his body removed from the coffin to another location for burial. His reputation as a wicked person is long remembered by history.

Let's look at Jiang Zemin, the main culprit who cruelly persecutes Falun Gong. Merely out of his own jealousy, paranoia and greed for power, he persecutes a group of innocent people who just want to seek health and fitness and follow the principle of "Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance" to become good people. Falun Gong practitioners are not interested in being involved in politics, nor do they have a political agenda. The means Jiang utilizes are despicable, indeed.

When traveling abroad, Jiang often encounters Falun Gong practitioners who appeal for their innocence. At such times, he is usually so scared that his face becomes ghastly pale. He does not dare to take the main entrances when he visits democratic countries and can only sneak in and out through side entrances. He is afraid to see the yellow and blue clothes worn by Falun Gong practitioners. He is even afraid to see Asian people. All these actions indicate that Jiang is extremely apprehensive and afraid.

An evildoer with ulterior motives can only set out with the goal of harming others, yet always ends up harming and destroying himself. History has repeatedly proven and demonstrated heaven's law that "good is rewarded with good and evil is met with evil."