Heaven Cries for Your Wrongdoings: Warning to Singapore Police
(Clearwisdom.net) On the morning of April 14, Singapore practitioners protested outside the Chinese Embassy against the CCP's atrocities of harvesting organs from living Chinese practitioners. The Singapore police confiscated practitioners' posters and banners. This is the third time that the police have interfered in this manner. When it happened, the clear sky suddenly turned to rain. Practitioners told policemen at the site, "Heaven is crying for your wrongdoings."
At 10:15 a.m. on April 14, Singapore practitioners came to the Chinese Embassy as usual. They opened up banners describing the CCP's atrocities of killing practitioners for their organs and set up posters. In just a little while, five plainclothes policemen approached. They claimed that practitioners didn't apply for permission for public activities and wanted to confiscate the banners and posters. Just after their claim, the clear skies turned to rain. Practitioners then warned the policemen, "Look, heaven is crying for your wrongdoing. You should not do this. The CCP is massacring practitioners and you should have joined us to rescue them. You are now helping the killers and you are committing a crime."
One of the policemen said repeatedly, "You know that we are ordered to do this and we cannot do anything."
Practitioners then told them, "Though it is your supervisor who gave you this order, you are accountable for carrying out the order. You know that those who took orders to kill Jewish people were also tried after World War II. Where is your conscience?
"One day, your children will ask you, 'When Falun Gong practitioners were being persecuted and killed, many people were trying to rescue them, what were you doing?' How will you reply to them? You should think over this issue and ask your conscience what you are doing and whether it is right."
The head police officers listened to practitioners' warning quietly with reddened eyes.
The rained continued until practitioners finished sending righteous thoughts at 12:10 p.m.