Belgium: Falun Gong Practitioners Call for End to the CCP's Brutality during European Union Meeting (Photo)
(Clearwisdom.net) On June 15, leaders from 25 European Union countries were assembled in Brussels to have a two-day long peak meeting. Falun Gong practitioners from France, Belgium and Holland held activities in front of the European Parliament building to call upon the European Union for help to stop the CCP's harvesting organs from live Falun Gong practitioners and rescue Falun Gong practitioner Cao Dong, who disappeared after meeting with the vice president of the European Parliament, Mr. Edward McMillan-Scott. It is believed that Cao Dong was arrested by the CCP and is in a very dangerous situation.
Practitioners re-enact the tortures in front of the European Parliament building to call for an end to the persecution.
Practitioners re-enacted the CCP's harvesting organs from live Falun Gong practitioners for profit. Practitioners also re-enacted the tortures of the "iron cage" and tiger bench, which the CCP's policemen often apply to Falun Gong practitioners. At the activity, practitioners displayed a lot of pictures and explanations to show the tortures that the CCP applies to practitioners in China. Practitioners also broadcast in French and English the eye-witness accounts of the CCP's harvesting organs from live Falun Gong practitioners. They also broadcast investigation reports, including the vice president of the European Parliament, Mr. Edward McMillan-Scott's investigation of persecution of Falun Gong practitioners from Beijing.
Some practitioners demonstrated the exercises. The whole activity was peaceful and orderly. Many attendees of the EU meeting and passersby stopped at the activity to listen and learn the truth of Falun Gong and the persecution. One lady, who couldn't believe what she read and heard, asked practitioners: "This is just a show, not real, right?" When practitioners told her that everything being re-enacted here is real in China, and has lasted for seven years, she was shocked and said that this crime must be stopped. Some passersby asked practitioners when they would hold the next activity.
The Associated Press, Belgium National TV Station and some human rights organizations came to the activity to take video and interview the practitioners.