With Numerous Lawsuits Being Brought Against CCP Officials Visiting Taiwan, One Hurries to Depart as Another Delays His Arrival
(Clearwisdom.net) Several of China's top officials have been sued while visiting Taiwan recently. It is unusual for three visiting officials to be sued within one week. Here are some facts regarding the lawsuits.
Shaanxi Province Deputy Head Zhao Zhengyong arrived in Taiwan on September 13. As soon as he left the airport, he was notified about the lawsuit brought against him by Falun Gong practitioners. Video showed Zhao's stunned reaction upon hearing this news. His facial expression froze, then quickly turned to anger, and he immediately got into a car. In the following days, no matter where he went, he always encountered people who either reminded him of the lawsuits or called upon him to stop persecuting Falun Gong.
Zhao was scheduled to visit Kaohsiung on September 19. However, this plan was abruptly canceled without any explanation. Instead, on September 18, at 6 p.m., he boarded a plane heading for Hangzhou City. Upon his departure, there was no farewell arranged by Taiwan officials. However, Falun Gong practitioners concerned about his crimes were there, calling out to him, "Zhao Zhengyong, please stop persecuting Falun Gong." In his anger, Zhao was speechless as he rushed to leave.
Why did Zhao change his plans and leave Taiwan early? Because even without being told, he already knew more Falun Gong practitioners would be waiting at Kaohsiung. In fact, after learning about the brutalities committed by Zhao, Kaohsiung officials who were scheduled to meet with him told practitioners that they were considering lowering the meeting level status and canceling welcome banners, etc. Thus, it is no wonder that Zhao chose to depart early instead of visiting Kaohsiung.
After the lawsuit against Zhao, State Administration for Religious Affairs head Wang Zuoan was also sued during his visit. Interestingly, Wang kept saying thank you when Falun Gong practitioners handed him the legal papers. Only after practitioners clearly told him that the papers were legal documents of the lawsuit being brought against him, did Wang react in shock. Then he became very angry but did not seem to know what to do.
The next visiting official, Hubei Province Deputy Party Secretary and Wuhan City Party Secretary Yang Song, would certainly have heard what happened prior to his arrival on September 20. Yang, known as "the Gestapo chief," has been in charge of Hubei Province's persecution of Falun Gong and thus his hands are undeniably stained with practitioners' blood. When Yang arrived in Taiwan, about 40 or 50 practitioners were waiting to serve him the legal papers.
Apparently, Yang was delaying coming out to avoid the practitioners and the lawsuit against him. But simply by staying inside the airport for a long time he could not avoid the inevitable. After waiting inside the airport for more than one hour, he finally had to step out at around 3:30 p.m.
Yang Song and other Wuhan City delegates were faced with practitioners' voices exclaiming, "Yang Song, you are being sued," "Falun Dafa is good," and "Stop persecuting Falun Gong." Interestingly, some mandarin tourists also joined in and called aloud, "Falun Dafa is good." Yang Song hurried to his car. As he was about to step into his car, a Falun Gong practitioner handed him the legal papers, bearing the seal of the Taiwan High Prosecutor's Office, indicating acceptance of the lawsuit at 2:04 p.m. The practitioner said, "This lawsuit paperwork is for you." Yang Song nervously dropped the papers and hurried into his car. Then a tall practitioner stood right in front of the car and unfolded a banner with the words, "Falun Dafa, Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance, Benefiting Mind and Body of One Hundred Million People." All the CCP officials clearly saw this banner.
We see that these vicious thugs now fear and run from righteous voices. Looking at this from another angle, though the CCP has used these officials to persecute Falun Gong, these officials have also harmed themselves while carrying out the regime's orders and doing bad deeds. As the CCP disintegrates in the future, what fate will await these officials?