(Minghui.org) It has been 20 years since the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners was initiated in China by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). To publicize this terrible genocide, Falun Gong practitioners from Puebla screened the documentaries Free China: The Courage to Believe and Human Harvest: The Illegal Trafficking of Organs in China in the Luis Buñuel Cinema at the House of Culture in Puebla on July 27, 2019.

A Falun Gong practitioner introduces the first documentary.

Watching the documentaries

An audience member expresses his distress at learning about the CCP's cruelty.

Support from Government Officials in Puebla

The Luis Buñuel Cinema is managed by the Government of the State of Puebla. When the managers heard about these films documenting the atrocities committed by the Chinese Communist regime, they were very interested. They made the facility available and assisted throughout the event. Free China was shown at five p.m., followed by Human Harvest at seven.

An invitation was sent out on social networks. The venue is known for holding many cultural activities, and several families, people from other cities, public officials, and foreign tourists attended the screenings.

Condemnation of the Atrocities Committed by the CCP

There were 96 people at the Free China documentary. After hearing the testimonies of two Falun Gong practitioners with personal experience of the persecution in China, audience members expressed their condemnation of the Chinese regime for persecuting good people who only want to live by the Falun Gong principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance.

One audience member said, “Those who hold the power abused it to control the people.” She also said that she had heard about Falun Gong but had not been able to contact someone to learn more about this cultivation system and that it was just what she was looking for. She thanked practitioners and gladly accepted fliers with information about the practice sites in the city of Puebla.

The Human Harvest documentary was screened at seven p.m. and 98 people attended. Afterward, people expressed their shock and dismay at the testimonies and the information presented. Several people let it be known that they adamantly object to such crimes against humanity, referring to the illegal trafficking of organs that is being carried out by the Chinese regime.

One person commented that this type of genocide could only be compared to the holocaust during World War II and that more governments should legislate against transplant tourism.