Czech Republic: People are Concerned about the CCP’s Organ Harvesting Crimes

On 15th June, Falun Gong practitioners in the Czech Republic held an activity in Prague to let people know about the persecution against Falun Gong in China. They exposed how the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) harvests organs from living Falun Gong practitioners and sells the organs for profit. Several banners described some of the methods of torture that the CCP uses against practitioners in China’s labour camps.

The practitioners talked about organ harvesting to passers by. Many people were shocked that such things are still happening in today’s world and expressed their sympathy for Falun Gong practitioners in China. People were queueing to sign a petition that will be submitted to the Petition Committee of the Czech Parliament calling on the government to take action to bring an end to the CCP’s human rights atrocities.

Demonstrating the Falun Gong exercises

Over one thousand leaflets were distributed that afternoon. As well as explaining the organ harvesting, the leaflets exposed the CCP’s crimes and revealed over 11 million people have quit the CCP. Many Czech people were reminded of the years of communist horror in their own country and they came to tell practitioners about the terrible suffering of their family members at the hands of the Communist Party.

People read the posters and talked with practitioners to find out more

Local practitioners were joined by others from UK for this activity. There are many tourists in Prague and they were able to talk to passers by in different languages and handed out leaflets in several languages. Zek, a Falun Gong practitioner from the UK who took part in this activity, told Clear Harmony: “Although people remember the Communist Party atrocities from their own experiences in Czech Republic, they were shocked by the terrible inhumanity of the CCP’s organ harvesting in China.”

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