The Importance of Identifying and Publicizing Slave Labor Products
(Minghui.org) Six months ago, information on goods made by forced labor in China hit the media. However, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has continued to arrest, detain, and force Falun Gong practitioners and other inmates to make products for profit. It is important for buyers of these products to have the opportunity to make a clear and conscious choice.
All Chinese and oversea practitioners should identify the products made by forced labor and make the suppliers and sellers aware of the facts. These products are the unlawful fruits of forced labor, and buyers are actually supporting the CCP in committing crimes. The brand-name food and clothing they are purchasing are made by forced laborers who may carry E. coli bacteria and venereal diseases.
Falun Gong practitioners have been forced under torture to perform intense labor under horrendous conditions in the prisons, forced labor camps, and detention centers to make those products. Knowing these facts, who would continue to purchase them?
Without willing buyers and distribution channels, the forced labor camps would have to stop this illegal practice. When the manufacture of such harmful products comes to an end, many staff, guards, police, and officials in the forced labor camps and judiciary system will then have considerable difficulty earning a living, let alone the bonuses they currently receive. Wouldn’t the forced labor camp system then fall apart?
After worldwide publicity about the products made by forced labor, some big suppliers in certain countries indicated that they would “wait for the results of further investigation,” since there were laws prohibiting the importation of products made by forced labor.
A large conference was held in Sydney, Australia on March 9, 2006, where witnesses publicized the crimes of organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners in the Sujiatun Thrombosis Hospital. Two weeks later, the CCP arrogantly invited overseas officials to the Sujiatun Hospital for a “site investigation.” Of course, after the CCP carefully removed all the evidence, no one was able to uncover the truth. The CCP would never allow a truly independent investigation. This unprecedented crime is still ongoing in China.
After painstaking in-depth investigations by practitioners around the world, and with help from righteous people, live organ harvesting has been proven beyond a doubt to be taking place in China. Today, practitioners have no reason nor the time to wait for an investigation by the suppliers, whose sole interest is to make profits with the CCP.
Chinese practitioners will continue their efforts to identify more products made by forced labor. We hope that overseas practitioners will also thoroughly expose these crimes. The vicious forced labor camp system must be disintegrated!