Five Pieces Of Indisputable Evidence Of Forced Organ Harvesting Of Falun Gong Practitioners In China
One reason for persecution of Falun Gong stems from practitioners’ faith in principles of truthfulness, compassion and tolerance
The number of organ transplants increased immediately after the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) started persecuting Falun Gong in China on July 20, 1999. Over the past ten years, China has performed more than 90,000 various organ transplant operations, providing a huge revenue and profit for the second largest economy in the world.
Let’s use liver transplants as an example:
According to Chinese government statistics , there were only 78 liver transplants performed nationwide from 1991 to 1998. In 1999, 2000 and 2001, however, there were 118, 254 and 486 liver transplants in China, respectively. In 2003, the number of liver transplants grew to over 3,000.
According to the China Medical Organ Transplant Association, there were nearly 4,000 liver transplant operations performed in China in 2005.
In other countries, a patient has to wait for a long time to get a suitable organ. In the past in China, the patient was always expected to wait for the suitable organs for transplant to become available, but now in China, the needed organs wait for the patient, which begs the question: Where does this huge supply of organs come from?
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