Russia: Exposing the CCP's Crimes in Moscow

In order to call on the international community to stop the massacre of Falun Gong practitioners in China, practitioners from Moscow delivered appeal letters to President Putin and raised awareness about the persecution with relevant government departments and politicians. They hope the Russian Government will make the right decision to stand by Falun Gong and support the international community in their efforts to investigate the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) human rights atrocities.

In order to let more people in Moscow know about the atrocities taking place in China, the local Falun Gong practitioners put up a display on April 15th. The purpose was to expose the brutal killing of Falun Gong practitioners in China since 1999, and the illegal harvesting of organs from living Falun Gong practitioners.

An elderly man walked by the display. After looking at the banners and display boards, he sighed and remarked, "Where there is Communism, there will be this sort of slaughter!" He asked the practitioners, "What's your goal?" A practitioner answered, "We want to expose the crimes of the CCP to the world and call on the international community to investigate and put an end to this genocide." The old man replied, "You are doing the right thing!"

A young man was rather shocked after talking to practitioners and said, "Why have our newspapers and radios not reported such important news?" He was apparently unhappy about the silence of the media.

To help the Chinese people in Moscow know about the genocide and the evil nature of the CCP, local practitioners placed a large amount of leaflets at places where Chinese people gather. Most of the Chinese people were astounded to learn about the persecution and the illegal organ harvesting. It was apparent that they were all shaken by the information.

Every Tuesday and Friday, international trains leave Moscow for Beijing. The local train station has become an important spot for Falun Gong practitioners to talk to the Chinese people. There are passengers and their relatives and friends, and even people from the Chinese Embassy. They all willingly accepted our materials.

Recently, several practitioners went to the train station to give out information on the persecution. The people at the station came up to practitioners voluntarily to ask for more information. Even the train staff who used to not take our materials are now happy to accept our information. A delegation from Korea was there. A practitioner who spoke Korean went up to them and told them about the genocide in China. These Korean people were all shocked and accepted the informational materials.

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