Norway: "I support you!" People in Stavanger Condemn the CCP's Illegal Organ Harvesting

Practitioners from Norway distributed information about organ harvesting in the city centre of Stavanger the 27th and 28th of April. They wished to inform people in Stavanger about the Chinese Communist Party and its regime's atrocities of removing organs from living Falun Gong practitioners and selling them for profit.

To illustrate this they used a large effigy, which lay covered on an operating table. A practitioner was dressed as a surgeon and removed a heart. Another practitioner was dressed as a police officer and was monitoring the operation and the suitcase filled with money.

Many people reacted strongly to the information they got. Some had heard about the persecution, but few knew about the illegal organ harvesting. They were shocked and asked what they could do to help. The practitioners had prepared a petition with an appeal to the Norwegian Prime Minister and the Norwegian government, to protest against the organ harvesting and the persecution of Falun Gong in their contact with the Chinese authorities. Periodically there was a queue before the petition, by people who wished to give their support.

It was obvious that many became indignant at what they heard. They were glad that we did something and that they got the opportunity to sign the petition. Several people had read the flyer and came back the next day to sign the petition. One man took several flyers with him to give to his colleagues.

The feedback from people in Stavanger was: "Go for it!" "Continue your work!" "I support you!" "Something has to be done!"

The banner says: "Stop China's organ trade, with organs stolen from living Falun Gong practitioners"
The scene shows that both the police and hospitals are involved in organ harvesting in China

People ask for more information about the persecution of Falun Gong A journalist interviews a practitioner People wait to sign the petition to stop the persecution of Falun Gong in China


Originally published in Norwegian at http://no.clearharmony.net/articles/200705/1612.html

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