The Different Fortunes of Criminals in Mainland China and Those in Taiwan
When I read the article "Falun Gong Experiences of Three Inmates in Zhanghua Juvenile Prison, Taiwan" (http://www.clearwisdom.net/emh/articles/2003/9/12/40171.html ), I was deeply moved. Those who were once lost now found themselves and purified their hearts. In China, the criminal inmates are "reformed." But how are they "reformed?" They are forced to monitor and persecute Falun Gong practitioners. They are made to use all kinds of despicable means to force Falun Gong practitioners to give up their beliefs. They beat and curse practitioners, who never fight back when beaten or sworn at. What kind of a "reform" is that? What kind of people are they "reformed" into?
Under the Jiang regime's implication policy, officials at all levels are assessed and required to reach a certain quota or "reform" ratio. Many police already know Dafa's greatness and power and they dare not commit any crimes directly against Dafa practitioners, so they order criminal inmates to perform the crimes against Dafa. Officials and police at all levels in China can not escape responsibility for their crimes, no matter what they say, even though some say they received orders from superiors and did not do it directly.
Further, Teacher's arrangements are solving everything with compassion, as with those young criminals in Taiwan who have opportunities to hear about Dafa. It's the old forces' arrangements that control the situation in China, claiming goodness, but actually making them do evil deeds and ultimately serving their own goals.
September 4, 2003