Offer of "Free Organ Transplants" from the Chinese Communist Party

On May 30th, 2006, "Chengdu Business" cited a special article from Hainan Special Area News entitled, "Harmed by the Fake Medicine Made by Qiqihar City Second Pharmaceutical Company but Rescued by a Liver and Kidney Transplant." The article stated that the thirty-six year old patient, Ren Zhenchao, from Wanning city, Hainan province, suffered chronic severe hepatitis. After he was hospitalised in the Third Hospital in Zhongshan, he was injected with fake antibiotics manufactured by the Second Pharmaceutical Company in Qiqihar, causing kidney failure, and his life was in great danger. After a great rescue effort by the Third Hospital in Zhongshan, a matching liver and kidney were found for him within 24 hours through a nationwide search and a successful transplant surgery was performed at no cost to the patient. There are many loopholes in this report, as detailed below. One can sense that behind the "free transplant," a murder took place.

Loophole 1: A matching liver and kidney within 24 hours. We know that the average waiting period for an organ transplant is two to seven years, even in countries such as the United State where organ transplantation is highly developed. It is very difficult to find a perfect organ match. However, the Third Hospital in Zhongshan, China was able to find a matching liver and kidney within 24 hours.

Loophole 2: At such a critical time, the hospital turned to external resources rather than considering a kidney donation from this patient's family members. At that time, the consumed dose of fake medicine for eleven days had already reached several hundred times the lethal dosage and the patient was in a deep coma. His life was in great danger and the hospital notified his family of his critical condition. Under these circumstances, his elder brother Ren Yilong and second brother Ren Yunlong both wanted to donate a kidney to him. Ren Yilong told the reporter, "On the morning of May 17th, I told the doctor that I wanted to donate one of my kidneys to my brother. The doctor was touched and said that the hospital would not consider accepting a donation from his family before they tried to find a matching kidney. At 8:00 P.M. that day, a helicopter transporting the lifesaving organs arrived in Guangzhou after traveling 2,000 kilometres."

It is not unreasonable to expect that at such a critical time, one should first consider an organ donation from his family. How could they seek help from 2,000 kilometres away and not be concerned with how much time this wasted? When his brothers volunteered to donate, they should at least have done a matching test for urgent use. Why did they go against the norm and say with confidence that "We will not consider it at this point"? Did they know for certain that they would find the matching liver and kidney soon? Then where did they find the organs?

Loophole 3: The government is involved. When the reporter asked why the hospital would do the organ transplant for him at any cost, they replied, "No matter who the patient is, we will try our best to save him." Is that true? Why then does the general populace still complain that it is difficult to see doctors? In some hospitals, the patient needs to pay a heavy price even for minor surgeries. We have never heard that the hospital will not charge a patient. If there were no organ resources, what would be the use of "saving a life at any cost"?

What's most noteworthy is the end of the article. When the reporter asked who would pay the medical expenses, the deputy president and spokesman of Zhongshan Third Hospital, Cai Daozhang, said, "The issue of expenses never came to our mind. The patient has not paid anything. (Note: in the article, the hospital said that they don't need to pay the expenses). We have never calculated how much was spent on Ren Zhenchao. At present, the government is involved. We are trying our best to save this patient." Contradicting what he just said, he then added: "We still don't know who will eventually pay the bill."

It is obvious that the government is indeed involved. Therefore, expenses are not an issue and they don't need to calculate how much money was spent. Even the president of the hospital would save a life at any cost not knowing who would pay the bill. The Chinese communist party seems to want to use the gratitude of one family and several people to cover their crime of live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners.

We have seen similar incidents: On April 28th, 2006, Hunan People's Hospital provided twenty free liver and kidney transplants. In July of 2005, Zhang Tingting from Gangou town, Tonghua county, Jilin province, had a joint heart and lung transplant after only four months of waiting. The transplant later failed.

Since March of 2006, witnesses have repeatedly stepped forward to condemn the CCP's large-scale organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners. Witnesses have revealed that there are at least thirty-six concentration camps and many labour camps illegally detaining Falun Gong practitioners. They are subjected to live organ harvesting. The people involved include high-ranking officials in the CCP, the military, the police, and hospitals. Witnesses exposed that in one hospital in Sujiatun, Shenyang city alone, several thousand people have been murdered. Many Falun Gong practitioners have been put on the operating table with little anaesthesia. Their corneas, kidneys, and livers are removed and sold to international transplant centres to make a huge profit. In order to avoid being investigated, those practitioners can be transferred at any time. One witness pointed out that he saw with his own eyes that it only took one day to transfer five thousand Falun Gong practitioners.

After such tragic and inhuman acts were exposed in China and overseas, the CCP rushed to pass a tentative regulation about organ transplantation. However, they set the time for the regulation to go in effect on July 1st, 2006, three months after the exposure, leaving enough time for evidence to be destroyed. Meanwhile, major hospitals in China notified patients that they needed to have transplants done before July 1st, and that it would be very difficult to find organs after that. In some hospitals, various organ transplants are being performed day and night.

Recently, the CCP even offered "free transplants" in an attempt to win the people's hearts.

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