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Bloody Harvest: The Killing of Falun Gong for Their Organs
Falun Gong is a modern day spiritual/exercise movement which began in China in 1991 drawing on and combining ancient Chinese traditions. The Chinese Communist Party, alarmed at the growth of the movement and fearing for its own ideological supremacy banned the movement in 1999. Falun Gong practitioners were arrested in the hundreds of thousands and asked to recant. If they ...more
Paperback, 232 pages
Published October 1st 2009 by Seraphim Editions
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May 24, 2020 Rebecca McNutt rated it it was amazing
This book about sums up almost everything I loathe about communism, and personally I'm disgusted that my country's current Prime Minister is so supportive of China and its role in building Canada's 5G network, knowing that the CPC and government there have committed such horrible rights abuses against China's citizens. Bloody Harvest is gruesome, terrifying, but also extremely important. It raises vital questions about personal liberty, the freedom of belief, religion, thought and affiliation, a ...more
I come to this with an open mind, but also with some questions. Why focus on Falungong and not any other groups (because that is the specific case these researchers were asked to study, and because these are new and more horrible allegations than were common before (those of executed prisoners having their organs sold), i.e., that these are innocent political prisoners who are alive and not scheduled for any kind of "legal" execution begin murdered on the operating table)? "Systematic policy" (7 ...more
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