(Clearwisom.net) Recently, staff at the Hong Kong based Phoenix TV who were actively involved in slandering Falun Gong received retribution one by one. Among them Liu Changle, the president, was dismissed from his post. The three female reporters from the mainland news group have either died or were seriously injured. Qian Zhihong, a journalist for the information station was kidnapped. Vice chief Zhao Qunli of the Chinese station died when the plane in which he was flying crashed.

In 1996, when Phoenix TV began broadcasting, audiences thought their news was objective, but pretty soon they found that Phoenix TV is just a mouthpiece for the Party. The World Journal has revealed that on more than one occasion important scripts from the Party went directly to the station, and no one was permitted to alter the script or disagree with the content for fear of being fired.

It is said the Phoenix TV president Liu Changle is a high-ranking agent -- both for the PLA General Staff as well as the National Security Bureau, carrying the duty of disseminating information to the Western world. So Phoenix TV worked even harder than CCTV to serve the Party because the Phoenix reporters are spread all over the world including America, Europe, Australia, and Taiwan. Hence, Phoenix TV has exerted even more effort than Chinese Central TV (CCTV) in helping Jiang slander Falun Gong, which advocates Truth-Compassion-Forbearance. Overseas Chinese have many misunderstandings about Falun Gong due to the misleading propaganda from Phoenix TV.

After the April 25th, 1999 event in Zhongnanhai, Beijing, under the secret guidance of Luo, and with the cooperation of the sham scientist He Zuoxiu, Liu Changle started slandering Falun Gong in as early as May 1999. They made special programs to attack Falun Gong and also published a book in Beijing.

On December 4, 2001, Phoenix TV openly merged with CCTV to form a new company. Phoenix TV started assisting CCTV to broadcast Chinese programs overseas including in the USA. The Chief of CCTV would be the President of the new company, while Liu Changle became the vice president. Overseas media have reported that Phoenix TV in Hong Kong is just CCTV's overseas branch.

Phoenix TV has been the mouthpiece of the Chinese government in Hong Kong. It has on numerous occasions broadcast distorted propaganda programs defaming Falun Gong, and thus becoming an accomplice of Jiang in his unreasonable attack on Falun Gong and Falun Gong practitioners.

Liu Changle, who was recently dismissed from his post, once said: "We should have taken into consideration that for those who do not believe in Falun Gong, the report could raise their hatred of Falun Gong." So they became relentless in fabricating stories to attract viewers. They thought they were very clever. But whoever does anything wrong should receive his just payment. The sin of helping Jiang to poison others is as unpardonable as killing people.

Some of the staff at Phoenix TV do not believe in the law of retribution. But believe it or not, the truth surrounding them, colleagues, and friends has been told. Those who actively worked in the persecution against Falun Gong have received their retribution.

1. Qian Zhihong, a journalist from the station, was kidnapped.

Qian was kidnapped on April 25, 2002 while driving in his car. The kidnappers demanded a two million Yuan ransom

2. Zhao Qunli, the vice chief of the Chinese station died while the plane in which he was flying crashed into a high voltage power line.

In the afternoon on September 2, 2001, the small plane that Zhao was flying alone crashed into a reservoir inside University Village. The local police verified that the crash was caused by a collision with a high voltage power line, and Zhao died instantly.

3. Three female reporters involved in train derailment

On May 11, 2002, a high-speed train derailment accident in the UK left three female Taiwanese reporters confirmed dead or seriously injured. Among them Lin Jiaxin was a reporter for Taiwan's Chinese TV station (Zhong Shi). Wu Jiajin was a reporter for TVBS Mainland China news group, while Liu Hairuo worked for Phoenix TV.

According to insiders in Taiwan, TVBS is supported by Hong Kong capital in Taiwan (actually backed by Mainland China capital). TVBS has pretended to be neutral, but actually they indirectly defamed Falun Gong using misleading footage to paint a bad picture of Falun Gong practitioners. All the dead Taiwanese reporters from this disaster were reporters from TVBS's mainland news group.

5. Liu Changle, the president of Phoenix TV was dismissed from his post, and he is under surveillance and has been interrogated

Liu Changle, an advanced special cultural agent for the Party's overseas propaganda, was exposed as having taken part in former China Bank President Wang Xuebin's economic crimes. He is also under surveillance and has been interrogated.


The founder of Falun Dafa once said, (in Fa-Lecture at the Conference in Florida, U.S.A.)

"... The sins those poisoned people in China have committed against Dafa are a consequence of the evil forces' persecution, and this has made people's sins -- especially Chinese people's -- enormous; it has made them directly oppose the Fa of the cosmos, which created all life. So what these people face is elimination -- they're in the greatest danger. So now, as long as the bad thoughts in their heads towards Dafa are eliminated, it's fine. If you aren't against the Communist Party, that's fine, if you aren't against so and so, that's fine, but I'll tell you this: don't be against Dafa. Why? I'll tell you the true situation...

Actually, when one does something wrong, he'll be doomed for payback at some later time. The issue is that people do not enlighten to or believe it, taking things as coincidence when suffering comes. At the moment, only the ones who have experienced "the rule of retribution" learned a lesson, but it's conceivable that in the near future, when retribution comes to earth one by one, people will begin to believe the rule of retribution without a doubt and be startled by what happened.


(Excerpted from the Renmin Bao website)