Germany: The Thai Government Should Not Assist the CCP to Violate Human Rights

On December 16th 2005, German Falun Gong practitioners went to the Thai Embassy in Berlin to deliver an open letter to the Ambassador and the Thai government. They wished to express their concern about the recent violation of Falun Gong practitioners’ human rights by Thai police under pressure from the Chinese Embassy.

The open letter described human rights violations against Falun Gong practitioners since December 10th, including Thai police and plainclothes policemen, under the instigation of the CCP’s officers, searching Falun Gong practitioners’ bags by force, dragging some of them away and confiscating Falun Gong practitioners’ banners, which resulted in some practitioners’ being wounded and their belongings damaged. The letter urged the Thai government not to assist the CCP in suppression of its own people and violate human rights.

The Ambassador's secretary received the visiting practitioners. Practitioners explained the reason why the Thai Falun Gong practitioners went to the Chinese Embassy to Thailand to hold a protest, i.e., recently a policeman in Hebei province China raped two woman Falun Gong practitioners. Practitioners also took the Nazi regime as an example to urge the Thai government not to cooperate with the evil CCP’s regime because of economic interests. This will not have any advantage to Thailand’s future.

The secretary carefully listened to practitioners’ statement and expressed her personal concerns regarding this event. Then she took the open letter and a report from Minghui website regarding this incident. She took a newspaper introducing Falun Gong and the German version of the “Nine Commentaries on the CCP”. She promised to report this event to the Ambassador and suggested that practitioners should write to the premier of Thailand.

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