An independent tribunal of legal experts has put out a shocking new report warning that Communist China’s “crimes against humanity” are now being perpetrated against Uighur Muslims, who are being held in concentration camps as they await having their organs harvested as part of China’s illicit organ trade.
According to the nonpartisan China Tribunal, it’s not just Falun Gong practitioners whose vital organs are being removed from their bodies by the Chinese government and sold to wealthy “transplant tourists.” It’s also these Uighur Muslims, as well as Tibetan Buddhists and House Church Christians, all of whom Communist China sees as a threat to its subsistence.
Led by Sir Geoffrey Nice, the chief prosecutor involved in the case against Serbian war criminal Slobodan Miloševi?, the panel members who published the report had previously held hearings at which Falun Gong practitioners, ethnic Uighur Muslims, and various eyewitnesses testified about the horrors taking place in China.
The panel members also tried to include witnesses favorable to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in an attempt to hear both sides, but Chinese officials refused to cooperate. Thus, the conclusion they came to is that China is targeting political and religious dissidents, imprisoning them, and later harvesting their vital organs for profit.
This was further proven through undercover efforts by the tribunal, which contacted more than a dozen Chinese hospitals undercover to inquire about finding organs for transplants. Many of these facilities openly admitted that the organs they had in stock had come specifically from Falun Gong practitioners, while other hospitals admitted that they simply came from “prisoners.”
The Chinese government itself also admitted to such in the past, though it now claims that the practice ended in 2014. But this isn’t actually the case, as the official Chinese state media admitted as recently as 2017 that the Chinese government still harvests organs from prisoners – though it claims that this organ donation system is “fair” and “hailed” by the international community.
Since the Communist Chinese government is based on the idea that there is no God, members of Falun Gong, which believe otherwise, are regarded as an “evil cult” – these being the exact words used by former Chinese President Jiang Zemin to describe them.
Communist China, the government of which is admittedly atheistic, maintains a similar position of animosity against all religions, including Christianity. This is why Chinese Christians continue to endure horrific persecution at the hands of their godless government, which has repeatedly made it clear that it will not tolerate any other belief systems besides godless communism.
As for the Muslims who are also being targeted, Randall Schriver, the Pentagon’s assistant secretary of defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs, says that as many as three million Uighur, Kazakh, and Kyrgyz Muslims are now living in Zinjiang concentration camps due to their beliefs, which don’t align with either communism or atheism.
“Survivors say they undergo systematic torture and indoctrination at the camps; officials force them to learn Mandarin, the dominant Han language, eat pork, and memorize songs praising the Communist Party and its leader, Xi Jinping,” reports Breitbart News.
“Those who do not comply face excruciating torture.”
Part of this torture involves these religious prisoners having their organs forcibly removed from their bodies without consent, which has now been proven as factual, thanks to the admissions of the Chinese hospitals where these stolen organs are being sold and implanted into the bodies of wealthy buyers.
“They shoved feces into his mouth,” one witness told investigators about what goes on at these concentration camps.
“They forced a toilet brush handle into his anus. They pushed the handle so hard that he couldn’t defecate. They also handled his genitals and forced his back against an extremely hot heating unit. They woke him at night by pouring cold water on him, or by piercing his skin with needles.”
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