In recent years, China has gradually become a manufacturer for the world market. Products made in China are filling international markets. How can China produce these products so "cheaply"? Many people have not thought about this issue, thinking that the labour is simply cheaper in China. Actually, there is more to it--many products are made with the forced labour of inmates detained in prisons and labour camps, including many illegally detained Falun Dafa practitioners. The following pictures are examples of products made by practitioners who are illegally detained in prisons or in labour camps.
The above pictures are some products and children's jewelry made by Falun Gong practitioners under duress in the Masanjia Forced Labour Camp alongside butterflies made by Falun Gong practitioners detained in Heizuizi Women's Labour Camp.
In addition to persecuting practitioners using brutal torture, murder, and sexual abuse, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) also uses forced labour and organ harvesting to make huge profits. Falun Gong practitioners are illegally arrested and sent to prisons, labour camps, and brainwashing centres just for remaining steadfast in their belief in Falun Dafa and the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance. While they are subjected to physical mistreatment, they also have to do hard labour for over 10 hours a day in very poor working conditions to make products. These products are exported to the United States, Japan, Australia, Europe, and have brought in a huge amount of foreign currency for the CCP. The economic exploitation of practitioners is an important part of the persecution of Falun Dafa by the wicked regime.
In reality, the products labelled as "Made in China" should be more accurately labelled "Made in China by Forced Labour." The large amount of exported products made in China by forced labour directly violates the regulations of the World Trade Organisation and has brought the CCP huge amounts of foreign currency, which is used to further persecute Falun Gong and to pay bonuses to police to encourage them to further persecute practitioners.
When people talk about the economic "miracle" and the huge reserve of foreign currency in China, do they know how much blood has been shed behind the dark curtain?
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