Montreal, Canada: Exposing the CCPs Crimes of Live Organ Harvesting, Awakening Peoples Conscience (Photos)
(Clearwisdom.net) Falun Gong practitioners in Montreal, Canada held a rally in the burning sun in Chinatown where there was a crowd people on the afternoon of July 8, 2006, in response to two Canadian independent investigators, Mr. David Kilgour and Mr. David Matas, who released their investigative report concluding that allegations of the CCPs large-scale practice of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners are credible. The practitioners called on people to work together to end the CCPs persecution of Falun Gong.
Falun Gong practitioner Ms. He Hongni said to the audience at the rally in both Chinese and English, "This investigation result proves that Falun Gong practitioners allegations of the CCPs harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners is true, and at the same time shows that there are thousands of, tens of thousands of and even unimaginable number of Falun Gong practitioners suffering brutal torture and facing the danger of having their organs harvested."
"This is not an individual crime, this is a matter concerning at least thousands of innocent Falun Gong practitioners who have had their organs forcibly removed. These practitioners had their kidneys, livers, hearts, corneas and other vital organs removed, and then were cremated to destroy the evidence."
With the extensive exposure of the CCPs crimes of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners, many Chinese people have changed greatly, and more and more Chinese people took truth clarification materials and some even took the initiative to request a copy of "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party".
" Im very much worried about those Chinese Falun Gong practitioners who are still being detained," Falun Gong practitioner Wang Xiaohua said while handing out materials to passersby.
Wang Xiaohua told the reporter, "I was a lucky one among countless Falun Gong practitioners who have been illegally detained in the CCPs forced labor camps. I can come to Canada, this free land. I was once detained for nearly two years in the No. 2 Forced Labor Camp in Yunnan Province. In January 2002, more than 60 Falun Gong practitioners detained in the forced labor camp were sent to the camps hospital (County Hospital), where our blood was tested, we were checked by X rays and our lower back and kidney areas were pressed, and other checkups. At the time, we thought that was the CCPs hypocritical act in order to transfer Falun Gong practitioners. With the exposure of the CCPs crimes of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners, and the confirmation from the two Canadian independent investigators report, I think the check-up in 2002 were for collecting data for organ match up. It is really chilling and horrible."
Wang Xiaohua expressed that he is grateful to the Canadian government and the two investigators great efforts, and he hopes that the international community will pay attention, and hopes that more people, especially Chinese people, will see clearly the CCPs evil nature through this report that confirms the CCPs crimes against innocent Falun Gong practitioners, so as to awaken those Chinese people whose minds have been deceived by the CCPs lies, and take possible measures to stop the crimes against humanity.
The rally lasted for three hours, during which some practitioners distributed materials to explain the facts, and most others practiced the exercises. The scene was peaceful and tranquil, affecting the CBC reporter who came to interview. She expressed after video taping the scene that as far as she was concerned, she also wanted to practice Falun Gong.
After the rally, Ms. He said to the reporters, "Before the release of the investigative report, many people did not believe that it was true. Facing such horrific persecution, if one still sits by and does not have a bit of kind thought, it will be terrible for this life. Hereby, we just want to let more people learn about the facts, and awaken peoples conscience and kind thoughts that they should have innately."
During the rally, the Canadian National Broadcasting Corporation (CBCs French-language network), and the Canadian National TV station (CBCs French-language network) came to conduct interviews.