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Witness History

Press Release: NZ Falun Dafa Association and NZ Branch of Quit CCP Service Centre
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Witness History

One of the biggest persecutions in human history is happening RIGHT NOW, yet most of the world remains unaware.

Millions are persecuted for their belief in Falun Gong in China, with thousands confirmed dead and scores simply disappearing. Recently several witnesses have stepped forward to reveal that authorities are harvesting organs from live Falun Gong practitioners in China before incinerating the bodies. However, light is at the end of the tunnel, as the Chinese people awaken to the fact that the communist regime currently controlling China is evil to the core and sever their ties with the party. Almost 11,000,000 people have quit the CCP and associated organisations over the past one and a half years, and activities are planned here in Wellington this weekend to mark this historic occasion. You are cordially invited to join us at these activities and to learn more of these hugely significant issues. Following is the schedule of activities:


Friday 9th June

· 7 - 9am, Wellington Train Station:

Anti organ-harvesting exhibition, speeches, and distribution of information. The anti organ-harvesting exhibition will re-enact the shocking revelations of organs being harvested from living Falun Gong practitioners in China by communist authorities.

· 11am - 6pm, corner of Lambton Quay and Willis Street:

Anti organ harvesting exhibition, speeches, and distribution of information. A Quit the Chinese Communist Party march will proceed up and down Lambton Quay to let people of all nations know about the great news of the CCP collapsing and how it will affect the whole world. (break between 3 and 4pm)


Saturday 10th June

· 7 - 9.30am, Porirua and Lower Hutt Markets:

Anti organ harvesting exhibition, speeches, and distribution of information.

· 11am on the corner of Cuba Mall and Manners Mall:

Anti Organ harvesting exhibition. Speeches and distribution of information. A Quit the Chinese Communist Party rally will be held at the bottom end of Cuba Mall.

· 11:30am Cuba Mall:

Quit the Chinese Communist Party march. Will march to different locations around the city from Cuba Mall to Manners St (Te Aro Park footpath), Manners Mall, Willis St, Lambton Quay, and back to Manners Mall.


ENDS


Background

The Chinese Communist Party steals and sells Falun Gong practitioners organs

On March 8th in the United States, a Chinese journalist disclosed shocking information he had uncovered about a concentration camp operating in Sujiatun, China. He revealed that in this camp, six thousand Falun Gong practitioners were detained and the organs were removed from them while still alive, before the bodies were incinerated.

A second witness stepped forward about three weeks later, confirming the existence of the Sujiatun concentration camp.

She is the ex-wife of a doctor that performed the operations to remove the organs.

A third witness then stepped forward; a veteran military doctor who further revealed that the Sujiatun concentration camp was only one of 36 such facilities across China used for organ harvesting.

Investigations have revealed that there is an extremely large supply of transplant organs available in China today.

When questioned by undercover reporters from outside China via phone, Chinese hospitals have admitted that the organs are from Falun Gong practitioners (see www.theepochtimes.com). The hospitals also mention that organ supply will not be available much longer, and that anyone who requires a cheap organ should be in quick. It is believed this is because the communist regime is trying to destroy all evidence of such organ harvesting procedures before their "Interim Regulation for Human Organ Transplant Practice" comes into effect on July 1st, 2006. This regulation was hastily planned after the Sujiatun camp was exposed.

We are calling upon all governments to immediately start a complete and comprehensive investigation into all Chinese concentration camps to fully uncover these atrocities, and to have the communist regime end the persecution of Falun Gong immediately.

Support for the upcoming 11 Million Withdrawals from the Chinese Communist Party

At the end of 2004, the Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist party was published by the Epoch Times. It is an in-depth look into the evil crimes and nature of the communist party. People are consciously awakening to the truth revealed in the Nine Commentaries and are announcing their withdrawals from the CCP on the Tuidang (Quit the Party) website. The Nine Commentaries is changing the way the world views China today, and marks the beginning of the end for the CCP. All around the world people are marching publicly to promote the Nine Commentaries and to support the near 11 million people that have quit the party. This movement presents an amazing opportunity to become a part of history as the inevitable end of the CCP approaches.


For more info, visit:

www.faluninfo.net www.theepochtimes.com www.falundafa.org


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