Germany:During the World Cup, People in Munich Support Withdrawals from the CCP

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"Facing such atrocities, no words can express my feelings. I can sign the petition in the hope of bringing a prompt end to this situation," a German woman told the reporter after viewing the photos depicting the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) atrocities against its people and the vivid reenactment of the CCP’s live organ removal from Falun Gong practitioners.

Exposing the CCP’s organ removal from living Falun Gong practitioners People come to learn the facts
French football fan signs the petition against the CCP’s atrocities A Japanese fan signs the petition to express his view

On June 24th 2006, Germany faced Sweden in the World Cup. Prior to the contest, football fans from all parts of Germany and the world came to Munich, going sightseeing along the streets of Munich. On this precious occasion, Falun Gong practitioners and the Epoch Times jointly held activities at Odeonsplatz Square to support withdrawals from the CCP. The activities were intended to expose to the world the CCP’s atrocities against its own people.

A doctor from the east coast of America considered it very important to condemn this kind of unspeakable brutality. In his opinion, any evading of this issue was just an excuse.

So far, the number of people renouncing the CCP on the Epoch Times Web site has reached over 11,000,000. The overwhelming tide of quitting the CCP keeps pushing forward. After the exposure of the CCP’s removal of organs from living Falun Gong practitioners for profit, the CCP sped up the killing of Falun Gong practitioners and of those who have inside information about the atrocities. In the meantime, hospitals are working overtime to perform organ transplantation surgeries.

Those who commit wrongdoing will definitely lead themselves to doom. The crimes committed by the CCP have caused growing concern among the international community. European Parliament Vice-president Edward McMillan-Scott met two Falun Gong practitioners in Beijing during his recent visit to China, Hong Kong and Taiwan in May, 2006. Immediately after the meeting, the CCP arrested the two Falun Gong practitioners, and deported an American national, who served as an interpreter for Edward McMillan-Scott during his meeting with the two practitioners.

After the incident, Mr. Edward McMillan-Scott stated in Hong Kong that China’s one-party leadership has remained unchanged in the past ten years and is still a "brutal, arbitrary and paranoid system." He firmly believed that the CCP must be dissolved, and expressed his support for the withdrawals. He also hoped that all members of the CCP would renounce the CCP.

Mr. David Kilgour, former Secretary of State (Asia Pacific) of Canada, and Mr David Matas, a well-known international human rights attorney, formed an independent investigation team to investigate the CCP’s organ removal from living Falun Gong practitioners. On June 12th, the investigation team sent a letter to China’s ambassador in Canada about entering China, and planned to go to China to conduct an independent investigation. The investigation team planned to finish the investigation by the end of July.

On June 24th, the Clearwisdom Web site reported that Professor Arthur L. Caplan, a world-famous authority on bioethics and director of the Center for Bioethics, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, expressed his eagerness to join the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (CIPFG).

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