Canada: Former Minister of Canadian Heritage Sheila Copps Writes on Genocides and Calls for Investigation of Organ Harvesting in China
(Clearwisdom.net) On May 10, 2006, Former Minister of Canadian Heritage Sheila Copps published an article "Recognition is a start" in the Toronto Sun. The article calls for investigation of genocides and organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners in China
Copps warned: "When genocide is long ago or far away, it is easy to ignore. When trade trumps human rights, it is profitable to gloss over the messy aftermath of genocide."
Copps said in the article: "Holocaust deniers propagate more holocausts. Unacknowledged genocides promote future acts of genocide."
She emphasized: "That is why we should care that Armenia saw 1.5 million people wiped out, spawning a diaspora which started in Canada with a plan to resettle 100 orphans known as the Georgetown Boys. That is why we should care that Hitler wiped out six million Jews and up to 11 million people in the Second World War. That is why we should care that Rwanda lost up to 1 million in the genocide of Tutsis and moderate Hutus. That is why we should also investigate recent published reports from China on organ harvesting and execution of Falun Gong followers."