Month: November 2004

The Thoughts of a Kindhearted Policeman in China

I am an ordinary policeman. I have my own conscience and principles on how to behave as a human being. When the persecution of Falun Gong first started in 1999, I did not give it much thought at the time. I felt that it had nothing to do with me. At the same time, I was confused about why the government would launch such an intensive attack on Falun Gong.

Media Release: On International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Australian women and Falun Gong victims of persecution will speak of continuing escalation of violence in China at a press conference in Sydney. This is a call for an end to the genocide in China against Falun Gong practitioners, particularly women and children. In past 2 months a mission began to rescue orphans who have become the youngest victims of the genocidal policy.

A Brief History of Events Leading Up to Jiang Zemin’s Irrational Persecution of Falun Gong in China

In May 1992, Mr. Li Hongzhi held the first Falun Gong class in China. In September 1992, Falun Gong was officially accepted as a direct branch of the China Qigong Research Association and received a nationwide permit to teach Falun Dafa in China. Later, the China TV Broadcasting Agency Publishing Company and some other official publishing companies published Mr. Li’s works, Falun Gong and Zhuan Falun.

Because of its tremendous power to improve health, Falun Gong stood out from the thousands of other qigongs of that time and spread quickly.

Has Hu Jintao Decided to Inherit the Blame for Jiang Zemin?

During this trip to four Latin America countries by Hu Jintao, even though he only stayed in Argentina for two days, incidents of peacefully appealing Falun Gong practitioners being assaulted right in front of him have happened repeatedly. As China’s paramount leader, his silence towards the Chinese diplomatic mission and their cohorts’ vicious acts constitutes acknowledgement and encouragement.

Melbourne Falun Gong Practitioners Call for Bringing Jiang Zemin, Luo Gan, Liu Jing and Zhou Yongkang to Justice(Photos)

Melbourne Falun Gong practitioners gave a clear message to the Chinese Consulate authorities: Bring Jiang Zemin to Justice, Bring Lou Gan to Justice, Bring Zhou Yongkang to Justice and Bring Liu Jing to Justice and stop the persecution of Falun Gong. These four people must be held responsible for they are the chief perpetrators guilty of crimes against humanity, torture and Genocide.

The Australian: We won’t mention it

Australia won’t say in public that Chinese citizens are regularly beaten to death by police or that more than 100,000 Falun Gong practitioners have been sent to forced labour camps since 1999, of whom well over 1600 have died of torture or abuse.

The Australian: Falun lawsuit strains China ties

AUSTRALIA’S relations with China are being strained by a Sydney Falun Gong practitioner who is suing former president Jiang Zemin for personal damages in the NSW Supreme Court after being locked up four times in China.