Australia: Falun Gong Practitioners Appeal in Front of Chinese Consulate in Sydney to Support the Chicago Lawsuit against Jiang (Photos)
(Clearwisdom.net) From May 21 to 27, Sydney Falun Gong practitioners peacefully appealed in front of Sydney's Chinese Consulate for 7 consecutive nights. Practitioners protested Jiang's illegal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners who strive to be better people by living according to the principle of "Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance." During the persecution against Falun Gong, which has lasted over the past five years, Jiang has orchestrated such crimes as torture, crimes against humanity and genocide. Practitioners called on the world to bring Jiang to justice. Meanwhile, they also expressed their support for the U.S. 7th Circuit Court's hearing of the Chicago lawsuit against Jiang.
Although the weather was drizzling, cold and windy, practitioners lined up in one line parallel to the road and displayed giant banners. During the dark nights, the practitioners' appeal was especially eye-catching and attracted much attention from passersby. Some stopped to inquire and then took Falun Gong truth-clarifying CDs and other materials; many drivers either honked horns to signal their support for the practitioners or slowed down to read the banners and posters.
While more and more kind-hearted people around the world are coming to understand the facts of the persecution against Falun Gong in China and the crimes of Jiang, who personally designed and implemented the persecution, are being exposed to the public, the time when Jiang is brought to Justice is coming soon. Jiang will be eventually placed among the most despicable murderers in human history by Falun Gong practitioners and all people with a sense of justice.
Jiang Zemin, the chief perpetrator of the persecution of Falun Gong, and his followers have been sued respectively by practitioners in many countries, including Belgium, Germany, Korea, Spain, Taiwan, Finland, U.S., France, Cyprus and Iceland.
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