Canada: Conservative Caucus Chair Condemns the "New Form of Evil," Calls upon the International Community to Exert Pressure on the CCP (Photo)
(Clearwisdom.net) On July 13, 2006, Rahim Jaffer, the chair of the Conservative caucus, commented on Report into Allegations of Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China published by David Kilgour and David Matas on July 6. Mr. Jaffer said that it is a persecution of people by a tyrannical power which is unprecedented in history. It is a violation of human dignity. He said that not only should the Canadian government take action, but we also should cooperate with other governments to solve this issue according to law, and bring it to the relevant international court.
Rahim Jaffer, the chair of the Conservative caucus
Mr. Jaffer said that the report verifies many allegations of the persecution of Falun Gong by the CCP. He urged the Canadian government to take action and cooperate with other countries to add pressure on the CCP so that the CCP will stop the persecution.
The report verifies the allegations; Organ Harvesting from living people shocks Canadians
Mr. Jaffer said that the report verifies the allegations of human rights violation in China, especially the persecution of Falun Gong, but what bothers people is the facts of the CCP's harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners that have been verified by the report. Jaffer said that all Canadians, no matter what community they are from, are shocked by this news.
Mr. Jaffer agreed with Mr. Matas' comment on the organ harvesting--it is "a form of evil we have yet to see on this planet." Mr. Jaffer said that it is definitely a form of evil that has never happened. It is unacceptable. It has never happened anywhere at any time in the world." Mr. Jaffer said that it is a persecution of people by a tyrannical power that is unprecedented in history, and a violation of human dignity.
Form an international union to add pressure on the CCP and bring the criminals to justice
When speaking of what actions the Canadian government should take, Mr. Jaffer said that the Canadian government should not only add pressure on the CCP to stop the crimes, but also support the people of justice who are making an effort to stop this crime.
Mr. Jaffer suggested that the Canadian government should cooperate with other countries, including the U.S. and European countries, who are willing to stop this crime, to form an international union to exert pressure on the CCP, urging it to open the gates so that people can learn the truth. Mr. Jaffer said that not only should the Canadian government take action, but we also should cooperate with other governments to solve this issue by the laws, and bring it to the relevant international court.
The response from Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Canada and Citizens
On Wednesday, during an interview, Pamela Greenwell, the Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, said that the Canadian government has "serious concerns" about illegal harvesting of organs from inmates and urges China to obey its own laws. She said that the recommendations made in the investigation reports match the Canadian government's policies, including urging the CCP to stop the persecution of Falun Gong.
On the day the Globe and Mail reported the investigation results by the Canadian independent investigation group, dozens of readers made comments on its website. A reader from Toronto said that, if true, this is nothing short of genocide and it should be investigated by international organizations. Another said that it is a crime and must be punished.
A woman from Calgary has had two kidney transplant surgeries. She said that it would be horrifying, if she finds out that one of her kidneys was harvested from a living person without permission. A man from Waterloo said that it is sickening and is an insult to human beings. He asked: "Cannot we do something about the serious violation of basic human rights? We have lost our moral compass!"
Mr. Jaffer told the reporter that the Parliament and Ministry of Foreign Affair of Canada have serious concerns and are studying the investigation report carefully. He said that the Canadian government will take actions soon.