The Chinese Communist Party Is the Largest Criminal Gang in China

On December 1st, 2005, Clearwisdom reported that a policeman from Hebei Province raped two female Falun Gong practitioners while officially on duty. Besides feeling shocked and angry, many people are asking why the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP's) law enforcement officers dare to commit such crimes so openly and blatantly.

Actually, a high number of brutal persecution cases involving Falun Gong practitioners have been reported. As these cases continue to be exposed to the public and the international community, they reflect a pattern of systematic, organised abuse by the CCP. For the last six years, the largest criminal gang in China, the CCP, has brought this catastrophe to the Chinese people.

The Policy to Instigate Crimes against Falun Gong

The persecution of Falun Gong began with former Chinese dictator's declaration, "I just don't believe the Communist Party can't defeat Falun Gong." Since July 20th, 1999, driven by the need to sustain the persecution, Jiang and his scoundrel cohorts continued to step up the persecution to the intensity of genocide.

Actually, none of the tragic persecution cases were isolated incidents due to the lack of education of certain individuals. Neither were the cases limited to a local area. Instead, they were a direct result of orders from the CCP's highest level to eradicate Falun Gong. Following these orders, police and labour camp guards acted without reason and conscience to persecute Falun Gong practitioners. Many tragedies ensued.

To expose the truth about this brutal persecution, Liu Chengjun, a Falun Gong practitioner from Changchun, along with some other practitioners, tapped into eight channels on the cable TV network of Changchun, and aired nearly 50 minutes of videos to over 1 million people. Jiang Zemin burst into anger and secretly ordered that practitioners should be "killed without mercy." His close associate Luo Gan personally visited Jilin Province to arrange for the escalation of the persecution there. In the Changchun area, about 6,000 police were mobilised. More than 5,000 practitioners were arrested. At least eight practitioners, including Liu Chengjun, were tortured to death for the TV-tapping incident. Another 15 practitioners were sentenced to 4 to 20 years in prison.

Systematically Committing Crimes

Many cases of brutal abuse of Falun Gong practitioners can be traced back to one terrorist organisation: the 610 Office. This organisation is set up specifically to persecute and eradicate Falun Gong. It has offices at every level of the government in all parts of China. The CCP has acted no differently than a powerful gang, using its followers to systematically victimise the people.

From the heads of this gang, Jiang Zemin, Zeng Qinghong, and Luo Gan, to local officials who closely follow their footsteps, to the actual gunmen and criminals that commit the beating and killing, the CCP relies on the wicked followers and scoundrels to sustain its power. It gives them a uniform, weapons to kill, and the legitimate excuse to "conduct official duties," so that they can openly commit crimes against the people.

The torture and disfigurement of Ms. Gao Rongrong by the CCP has shocked people throughout the world. According to people in the know, Ms. Gao went on a prolonged hunger strike after she was arrested in March 2005. Three months later, she died in the emergency room of the China Medical University Hospital after her face was terribly disfigured by being shocked with electric batons while in police custody.

Harbouring and Encouraging Crime

The CCP has not only harboured, but also provided monetary reward to encourage the criminals who have directly persecuted Falun Gong. The labour camps and prisons that are notorious for their violence against Falun Gong practitioners have all received bonuses. This is no different from the rewards given by leaders of a gang when gang members follow their orders to commit crimes.

Falun Gong practitioner Chen Zixiu was one of the first practitioners to be tortured to death. The perpetrators not only received no punishment, but instead were given bonuses and promotions. Gao Xingong, former Weicheng District Chengguan Street Political and Legal Commissar, was selected as a "model employee." Deng Ping, former manager of Weicheng District Chengguan Street Office Hujiapaifang Area, was promoted from a provisional CCP member to full membership.

Some of the most violent cases of human rights abuse against Falun Gong practitioners occurred at Masanjia Forced Labour Camp. Their brutality was rewarded with 1 million yuan (500 yuan is equal to the average monthly income of an urban worker in China) from the Ministry of Justice for "improving" the facilities. All guards at Masanjia were given the title of "group second-place hero and model employee." Female warden Su Jiang was awarded the title "first-place hero" and 50,000 yuan in bonuses.

Although the international community has strongly condemned the persecution and requested punishment of the murderers and criminals, the CCP has not, until today, acknowledged the persecution, let alone prosecuted the responsible persons.

Consenting to and Allowing Crime

The CCP is the most direct perpetrator of this massive persecution and killing of innocent people.

Former CCP leader Jiang Zemin and his associates initiated the persecution, ordered the merciless killings, and hysterically promoted others to commit crimes. As a result, at least 2,791 Falun Gong practitioners have died from the persecution, more than 6,000 practitioners have been illegally sentenced to prison terms, and more than 100,000 practitioners have been sent to forced labour camps without due process.

The current leaders of the CCP have been indifferent to such a massive crime, and have silently allowed this crime to continue. Sixteen years ago, when a foreign reporter asked Jiang Zemin about a female college student who was raped at a forced labour camp for participating in the 1989 Tiananmen Square Student Movement, Jiang said, "She deserved it." How is the current leaders' position to allow the continued persecution of millions of Falun Gong practitioners different from Jiang's position on that rape?

The former CCP dictators' instigation and promotion of criminal activities led to widespread state terrorism in China, causing 1.3 billion people to suffer. The current leaders' consenting to and allowing the crimes caused the further expansion of terrorism and human and property losses caused by the persecution. The two are no different in nature. The initiators of the crimes, and those who allow the crimes to continue, are both committing crimes.

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