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A discussion of "loyalty": The definition of "loyalty" is being firmly faithful to commitments or obligations, especially to those of a correct and righteous nature.
Of the loyal people that we know, the most famous are Yue Fei, Wen Tianxiang, and Bao Zheng. As human history has developed today, the connotation of loyalty has become distorted beyond recognition. Looking back these past three years that Jiang Zemin has been relentlessly persecuting Falun Gong, under the psychological control of "distorted loyalty" nurtured over several dozen years of political campaigning under the pretence of "being loyal to the Party and being devoted to duty," the national machinery, such as the minister of public security, the public procuratorate, the court of justice, the administration of justice and propaganda and so on, all violate the law without respect for the fact that they are supposed to be law-enforcement agencies. Instead, they aid a tyrant to do evil. Each time after a political movement has taken place, people will see that too many people have been deceived. The historical lessons should make us truly awakened and clearheaded.
The truth of the persecution
Since the evil people started to frame and persecute Falun Gong, I have been illegally detained and sent to forced labor camps many times. During my detention in Qinglong County Detention Center, I suffered from inhuman torture. I was once put in big shackles that weighed over 10 kg. Both of my hands and feet were handcuffed together with the shackles, which made me unable to straighten my back or stand up. I would be forced to sit on the cement floor for days and nights with the shackles on. Sometimes, I was also forced to walk around in the courtyard wearing such heavy shackles. In addition, I was subjected to other tortures as well. At more than 20 degrees centigrade below zero, I was forced to lie on the cement floor that was so cold that water would freeze on it right away, to be beaten with whips, force-fed and subjected to other cruel tortures. Several months later, I spit up blood continuously. They saw that I was near death, so they released me. Later on, I was forced to leave home in order to avoid further persecution.