During the 2006 Football World Cup, many media outlets and football fans from all over the world gathered in Nierenberg in south Germany, because there would be four matches played in the city. German Falun Gong practitioners held an activity on June 15th, 2006, to reveal the CCP's trade in organs harvested from Falun Gong practitioners. The activity received a great deal of attention from the public.
A lady from the Czech Republic said that she thought the exhibition venue was very attractive. Listening to the exercise music, she told the practitioner that she believes she was Chinese in a previous life because every time she hears Chinese music, she is touched. She also learned the five exercises in one go, looked very serious when she was learning them and she could feel the energy running through her body. Afterwards, she said thankfully that she likes thinking of others first and that she has always been looking for something in life which is real and Falun Gong really suits her. She’s very happy that Falun Gong is taught for free and also said that she always had the wish to practice a meditation way with Chinese people, she feels comfortable and harmonious.
A Chinese person was very thankful to the practitioners for having told her the truth and wanted to tell more people about it. She really wanted to donate some money for the activities, but the practitioners had kindly refused but showed their appreciation.
A Turkish gentleman said that he had read a lot about the CCP wickedness and he also said to the practitioners that “you should hold this kind of activity in every city in Germany.”
A middle-aged German lady said angrily, "This kind of persecution towards Falun Gong from the CCP must stop at once, I’ll sign!" After a while, she met another Falun Gong practitioner on the street, she hugged her warmly and asked for lots of the information postcards and to put them in the shops, so that more people could read them.
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