Russia: Exposing the CCP Atrocities in St. Petersburg City Centre

On the afternoon of the 3rd of June, Russian Falun Gong practitioners held an activity at the Baltic Sea Film House to expose the Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) atrocities of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners in secret concentration camps, labour camps and prisons to be sold for profit and cremating the bodies to destroy evidence.

Acting out the CCP’s crimes of organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitionersThe public pay attention to the persecution happening in China

This activity had been permitted by the city council. A representative from governmental departments and a person-in-charge from the police came to the activity personally and found out more about Falun Gong.

At the site of the activity, practitioners acted out the CCP’s crimes of organ removal from living Falun Gong practitioners. As well as the the live re-enactment, there were poster display boards, banners and a practitioner explaining to people through a loudspeaker about the organ harvesting happening in China. The whole scene was moving to the eye and heart. Two banners reminded people: “In China: organs are removed from living Falun Gong practitioners and sold”, “Everyone should help to stop this crime”.

Carefully reading the poster display boards and wanting to find out morePractitioners telling people about the persecution in more detail

People stopped one by one to listen and watch the re-enactment of live organ removal. Many people looked puzzled and shocked and asked: “Can this be true? Are these things really happening in China?” To answer these questions, practitioners talked to many people in more depth. With the flow of conversation, some formerly indifferent hearts were touched.

After listening to a practitioner’s explanation, a group of young people signed their names on a petition to condemn the CCP and call for an international investigation. During the three hours of activities, there were many times when people queued up to sign the petition.

Signing the petition to condemn the CCP and call for an international investigation to stop the crimesYoung people line up to sign the petition

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