On June 7, 2008, Falun Gong practitioner Ms. Zhang Qian was
delivering Epoch Times newspapers in Poland when she was physically
and verbally assaulted by a woman who, locals say, has ties to the
Chinese Embassy in Warsaw. In response to the CCP's continuing
pattern of exporting the persecution of Falun Gong all over the
world, Polish Member of European Parliament Hanna Foltyn - Kubicka
sent the following letter to the Chinese Ambassador.
(Clearwisdom.net) On the morning of May 22, 2008, Falun Gong
practitioner Mr. Cao and other practitioners held a peaceful appeal
in front of the Chinese Embassy in Auckland, New Zealand as usual.
As soon as they set up banners and started to practice the
exercises, a Chinese man in his thirties came and yelled at them,
saying, "Why do you still stand here? Now it is a disastrous time
for China, can you quit for a few days?"
(Clearwisdom.net) According to the Epoch Times, on
May 17, 2008, mobs of two or three hundred Chinese people waving
Communist China flags were organized to create public disorder in
Flushing, New York, where local Falun Gong practitioners were
holding a rally to support the withdrawal of 36 million people from
the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). The rally had been scheduled one
month before when the organizers submitted an application to the
police. The gathering began with a request for a moment of silence
to mourn the deaths of the earthquake victims in Sichuan. Instead
of respectful silence, however, the request was met with yelling
and shouting from the mob on the other side of the street. The mobs
on that day engaged in both verbal abuse and physical assault
against Falun Gong practitioners. Over the next several days, those
pro-communist crowds showed up at the local public library and
continued to cause trouble around the Service Center for Quitting
the CCP, a booth that had been in operation for four years by Falun
Gong practitioners to help people withdraw from the Chinese
Communist Party. Even to this day, despite a significant reduction
in the number of agitators, the harassment persists.