Radio Free Asia: Falun Gong Practitioners in Belgium Urge The Government and The EU Organizations to Pay Attention to The Situation in China
(Clearwisdom.net) According to a report from Radio Free Asia's special correspondent in Germany on March 13th, the Falun Gong practitioners in Belgium urged the Belgian government and the EU organizations in Brussels to be concerned about the worsening situation in China and help them prevent a possible massacre, similar to that of 1989, from occurring.
After the cable television stations in Changchun aired videos revealing the truth about the practice and persecution of Falun Gong, Jiang Zemin's government issued an order to "kill without mercy." This aroused tremendous concern from the overseas Chinese students, scholars and residents in Europe. Starting last week, Falun Gong practitioners, human rights organizations and democratic movement organizations began a series of activities to raise awareness of the situation. Miss Shi Yuhong, a student from Brussels who formerly lived in Shanghai, China, introduced the action by overseas Chinese students and Falun Gong practitioners.
Miss Shi said that the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners has aroused the attention of the Belgian government, the European Congress and other international organizations in Brussels and, therefore, they will be more likely to take action helping to reduce the escalation of the persecution.
Miss Shi also said, "We will collect signatures nationwide in Belgium, tell the truth of Falun Gong to the people of Belgium and expose the vicious persecution against Falun Gong practitioners by Jiang's regime. We will appeal to the Belgian government hoping they will urge the Chinese government to stop the brutal persecution and massacre immediately."
In addition to those in the cities of Germany and Belgium, Chinese scholars, students and Falun Gong practitioners in the Netherlands, Luxemburg and Austria perceive that the communist government in China could massacre again its citizens as it did in 1989, killing thousands of students involved in democracy movements. This week there were various activities in Amsterdam, the Hague, Luxemburg and Vienna to appeal to the people and governments of Europe and the world to pay attention to the situation in China.