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Postby Jula » 06 Oct 2006, 02:15

Reports of Sale of Executed Falun Gong Prisoners' Organs in China Called 'Shocking'
The Chinese government has been accused of harvesting organs from executed Falun Gong prisoners for sale to wealthy patients in need. The chairman of a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee called the issue "so shocking it represents a new form of evil." VOA's Carol Pearson narrates.


http://www.voanews.com/english/2006-10-03-voa51.cfm
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Organ Harvesting for sale to Taiwanese

Postby Eric W. Lier » 29 Oct 2006, 20:42

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Lu suggests agency to prevent trade in organ transplants
By Ko Shu-ling
STAFF REPORTER
Sunday, Oct 29, 2006, Page 3

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Vice President Annette Lu (呂秀蓮) yesterday proposed setting up a commission to address the increasing problem of Taiwanese receiving organ transplants in China.

http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/taiwan/ ... 2003333847
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Postby Jula » 02 Nov 2006, 21:39

United Nations to Investigate CCP Organ Trade.
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Postby Jula » 13 Feb 2007, 04:12

At the recent 3rd World Conference Against the Death Penalty held in Paris, current French Minister of Justice Pascal Clement and Minister of Justice during the Mitterrand government Robert Badinter said that the Chinese Communist regime's organ harvesting cannot be condoned and must be stopped.

http://en.epochtimes.com/news/7-2-10/51545.html
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Postby Josefus » 13 Feb 2007, 15:11

I agree.
It cannot be condoned.
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Postby Jula » 26 Jul 2007, 19:05

Josefus wrote:I agree.
It cannot be condoned.


But what the world has done?

The Bloody Harvest Report by attorney David Matas and David Kligour contains hair-raising information on the Chinese organ trade that harvests organs from living prisoners, death row prisoners, and regime opponents. The world stands silently by yet again.


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Postby Jaboney » 26 Jul 2007, 19:08

CCP is evil cult? :roll:
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Postby Huang Guang Chen » 26 Jul 2007, 19:21

Hey, people still have to eat you know, and hell, pork is like, really, really expensive just now. Those organs aren't for transplants, by the way, they're pork substitutes. I've heard you can scarcely tell the difference in a "pork" bun.

China's pork prices soar 74.6% (Xinhua)
Updated: 2007-07-17 09:25
The wholesale price of pork in China surged 74.6 percent in June compared with the same month last year, the Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) announced on Monday.

The ministry, however, did not provide the average wholesale price last month.

The wholesale prices polled by the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) in 36 large and medium-sized cities averaged 18.57 yuan per kilogram on July 11, up nearly 30 percent from the 14.25 yuan on May 11. The average retail price for lean pork has exceeded 22 yuan per kilogram.

The price hikes in feedstuff and the outbreaks of the blue ear disease are mainly blamed for the pork price surge.


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Postby Jula » 28 Jul 2007, 03:19

Huang Guang Chen wrote:Hey, people still have to eat you know.

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