United Kingdom: On the Streets of London to Expose the CCP’s Secret Concentration Camp

On Saturday 11th March, UK Falun Gong practitioners went to Hammersmith in west London to tell people about Falun Gong cultivation practice and expose the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) brutal persecution against people who practise Falun Gong. The practitioners also told people about almost 9 million people who have publicly renounced their membership of the CCP.

Setting up a stall and posters to expose the CCP crimes

In March, it is still very cold in London. The practitioners set up an information table and posters exposing the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong in front of the shopping centre in Hammersmith subway station. They told passers-by how the CCP commits unimaginable human rights violations against Falun Gong practitioners who live by the principles of Truth, Compassion and Tolerance. Some people signed a petition condemning the CCP's crimes and supporting the brave people who renounced their membership. The practitioners unfurled a banner to support the Chinese people who have renounced their CCP membership.

Leaflets were distributed to expose the CCP’s secret Sujiatun Concentration Camp in Shenyang, Liaoning Province. The camp illegally imprisons and kills Falun Gong practitioners who are transferred there from other regions. Human organs are harvested from the practitioners and sold on the black market. The practitioners’ remains are cremated to destroy evidence.

The UK practitioners also condemned the CCP’s extension of violence outside of Mainland China and the ordering of spies to attack the Epoch Times newspaper. Employees of this newspaper have been subject to attacks in America, Hong Kong and Japan. Passers-by condemned these abuses and signed a petition to support those who have renounced the CCP.

Londoners sign a petition to condemn the CCPTalking with passers-by about Falun Gong

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