(Minghui.org) The history of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) over the past several decades is a trail stained with the blood of its brutal tactics. From seizing private businesses (the 1950s) and targeting landlords in the Land Reform (the 1950s) to attacking intellectuals in the Anti-Rightist Campaign (the late 1950s), the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), the Tiananmen Square Massacre (1989) the persecution of Falun Gong (since 1999), and the military-style COVID-19 lockdowns, there have been endless tragedies and tears.

But many people are not aware of this. Because the CCP has brainwashed them so thoroughly, some youth even defend the regime’s harsh measures. Known as “Little Pinks,” they do not know that the CCP’s brutality will sooner or later sweep up everyone—it is just a matter of time. Reading the following examples of how Falun Gong practitioners have been mistreated might help them understand the reality.

Two police officers visited 88-year-old Falun Gong practitioner Mr. Sun Juru from Zhoushan City in Zhejiang Province at home on July 3, 2020. They said they were there to get a sample of his blood. When Mr. Sun asked why, one of the officers replied, “We are supplementing you nutritionally this way.”

Since the CCP began to suppress Falun Gong in July 1999, the law enforcement system has been abused to persecute innocent practitioners. Below are more examples of such hooligan-like remarks made by CCP officials to practitioners like Mr. Sun gleaned from Minghui.org over the past five years.

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Forcible Blood Draw and Human Experiment

Township Director: “It [Forced Blood Sampling] Is a Special Privilege for You.”

Ms. Gao Chanling, of Dai County, Shanxi Province, was harassed by Su Yan, director of Xingao Town, on December 26, 2017. Village head Li Yin and a man with an unknown identity also went with Su.

Su said they came for the poverty alleviation investigation and demanded to collect Ms. Gao’s blood sample. Although Ms. Gao refused to comply, the man forcibly took her blood without disinfection procedures.

Ms. Gao called Su in January 2018, asking about the identity of the man who took her blood. Su first said it was someone from the police station and then said he was from somewhere else. “It [forced blood sampling] is a special privilege for you,” Su said. “Don’t tell others about it.”

Prison Hospital Official: “These Are Human Tests Authorized by Higher Officials.”

Falun Gong practitioners detained at Yongchuan Prison in Chongqing City are subjected to drug administration. Even some inmates weren’t spared. One inmate became cross-eyed and looked dull; another one was unable to make turns unless someone helped him.

An official in the prison hospital said, “These are human tests authorized by higher officials.”

Blatant Violation of Legal Procedure and Infringement of Personal Freedom

“I Just Want to Frame Him”

Mr. Huang Shengwei, of Shanwei City, Guangdong Province, was arrested at home on April 9, 2020. He was later sentenced to five years in prison. When his wife tried to seek justice for him, Zhong Weicheng of the Shanwei City Police Department said to her on April 21, 2020, “I just want to frame him.”

Police Officer: “I Have to Take This Money.”

Mr. Jia Zhongmin, 59, and his wife Ms. Zhang Yuping, 62, both of Qi County in Henan Province, were arrested at home on August 16, 2019. The police took the over 40,000 yuan cash they found at the couple’s place, including the money from selling corn and garlic, the tuition the couple’s son prepared for his child, and savings from the couple’s daughter.

According to one neighbor who witnessed this, a police officer carried a bag with money in it. Ms. Zhang demanded the money's return, but the policeman said, “I have to take this money.”

Police Officer: “Watching TV is Against the Communist Party”

Ms. Pan Tianping, 64, is a resident from Huangchuan County, Henan Province. She was harassed at home by Sun Yanquan, director of Longgu Police Station, and another officer on February 19, 2022. As they found she was watching NTD Television, a New York based TV station with uncensored news about China, they said watching such programs was against the CCP. They burned the top box and destroyed the satellite dish.

Chongqing Police: “You Can’t Travel Freely Because of the Ongoing Central CCP Conference”

Mr. Lei Zhengxia is retired teacher from Shapingba District, Chongqing. He and his wife were arrested at the train station on March 17, 2018, when they were on a trip to visit their daughter.

“There is a Central CCP conference these days and you can’t travel freely,” said an officer from Xinqiao Police Station. The couple was then taken to a brainwashing center.

Judge: Political and Legal Affairs Committee Makes the Call

Mr. Han Jianping of Changchun City, Jilin Province was arrested during a police sweep on August 15, 2019. His family hired a lawyer for him, but the local authorities barred his lawyer from representing him. When the lawyer raised concerns to judge Cui Ren, the judge said, “It’s the Political and Legal Affairs Committee [an extra-judiciary agency tasked with overseeing the persecution] that makes the call.” He also said, “If you think I have violated the law, feel free to file a complaint against me anywhere you want.”

Police Officer: “You Are a Criminal If I Say You Are.”

Ms. Chen Jinqing is a Falun Gong practitioner from Guangzhou City, Guangdong Province. She was arrested by officers from Tianhe Police Department and Xinghua Police Station on February 24, 2023. During the interrogation, a police officer said to her, “You are a criminal if I say you are.”

Police Officer: “I Have No Search Warrant. You Can Sue Me!”

Ms. Meng Kunying and Mr. Wang Junting, of Boye County, Hebei Province, were arrested by plainclothes officer Wu Shuan and others from Liushuang Police Station on November 1, 2021, when they were talking to people about Falun Gong.

Because Ms. Meng refused to do the COVID-19 test or let the police collect her fingerprint, Wu was furious and said, “I want to slap you! I want to kick you!”

When Wu was ransacking Ms. Meng’s home, her daughter-in-law questioned him if he had the proper search warrant. He said, “I have no search warrant. So what? You can sue me!”

Prison Political Instructor: “I’m a gangster. I’m not afraid of anyone!”

When Mr. Sun Zhaohai was serving time in Lanzhou Prison in Gansu Province for practicing Falun Gong, Zhang, political instructor of Division 1, didn’t allow him to use the bathroom. Zhang yelled at him one day in late December 2019 in front of over 300 inmates, “I’m a gangster. I’m not afraid of anyone!”

Judge: “Murderers Can Have Legal Representation, But Falun Gong Can’t!”

Eight Falun Gong practitioners stood trial at Dehui Court in Jilin Province on April 9, 2021. They were Ms. Gao Xiaoqi, Ms. Zhao Xiulan, Ms. Sun Fengxian, Ms. Cai Yuying, Mr. Zhang Jingyuan, Ms. Yu Jiaoru, Ms. Sun Xiuying, and Mr. Shan Weihe.

Because the court banned their lawyers from appearing in court to defend them, their families reasoned with judge Wang Rongfu. “I asked higher officials, and this is was I was told,” Wang said to them.

“Don’t talk with me about laws. It is what it is,” Wang continued. “Falun Gong cases are special. Murderers can have legal representation, but Falun Gong can’t!”

Abusive Remarks to Family Members

Liang Yufeng, head of Zhuozhou Domestic Security Bureau in Zhuozhou City, Hebei Province, went to Ms. Cao Xiaomei’s home to harass her on September 14, 2021. Although no one was home, officials ransacked the place.

During this process, Ms. Cao’s son and daughter-in-law returned home. The police forced them to sign paperwork and threatened them that, if they refused to sign, they would never see Ms. Cao again. Liang also forced the couple to find their mother and ordered them to go to the police department for deposition.

“We Harass Your Mother Every Day; It’s Your Fault If She Dies.”

Ms. Kou Huiping is a retiree from Lanzhou Railway Transportation Corporation in Gansu Province. After CCP officials went to harass her mother on August 20, 2021, they showed Ms. Kou a video in which her mother was terrified and in pain during the harassment.

“We will harass your mother every day,” an officer said. “She is an elderly. It’s your fault if she dies.”

“We Will Detain Her Husband If We Cannot Find Her”

Officials from Anguo Police Department and Xifoluo Police Station in Anguo City, Hebei Province went to Ms. Wang Aizhen’s place on February 14, 2022 to harass her. Because Ms. Wang was not home, the police took her husband to the Anguo Police Department. On the following day, they went to her parents’ place to look for her. “We will detain her husband if we cannot find her,” one officer said.

Official: We Want Her Family to Break Apart

Ms. Jia Qingying, of Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, was arrested by Hu Xuecheng from neighborhood administration and seven other officials on the morning of July 5, 2022. Her personal belongings were confiscated.

“We want her family to break apart!” one female officer shouted. She fined Ms. Jia’s daughter 7,000 yuan and threatened to sentence Ms. Jia to five years.

610 Office Agent: No Children Allowed Go to College

Several agents from Wenjiang District 610 Office in Chengu City, Sichuan Province harassed two Falun Gong practitioners in Hesheng Town on October 13 and 14, 2021. Officials from Hesheng 610 Office, as well as the village Party Secretary, were also present.

Before the harassment, officials called the practitioners’ sons and daughters-in-law, saying that because their parents practiced Falun Gong, their children and grandchildren would not be allowed to go to college even if they were qualified. They deceived practitioners with defamatory propaganda and grabbed their hands for fingerprinting.

Police Officer: “We Will Arrest Your Child When He Reaches 18!”

After Mr. Ding Guochen was arrested in Dalian City, Liaoning Province, his wife Ms. Yan Qinghua went to Xianjin Police Station on September 10, 2019, requesting his release.

When Ms. Yan said that Falun Gong practitioners were innocent, an officer surnamed Li grabbed her hair and pushed her around. “Every time you come here, I will make a note,” Li said. “We will arrest your child when he reaches 18!” Upon returning home, Ms. Yan found lots of her hair had been pulled out by the officer.

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