Why the China International Transplantation Network Assistance Center’s Chinese Web Page Was Removed (Photos)

A great deal of evidence
indicates that the China International Transplantation Network Assistance Center
(CITNAC), located in Shenyang City, is closely connected to the organ translplant
atrocities at Sujiatun. Recently, we made a discovery. Internet archives reveal
that the Chinese web page that the center used in 2003, and its updated web page
in 2005, was removed immediately after the Sujiatun massacre came to light (Please
find the archive link for both old and new web pages at the end of this article).
As we look into this international window that solicits business, we feel keenly
the robust atmosphere of the giant live organ trading market that was linked to
CITNAC at that time.

Relying on this huge resource for
live organs provided by the concentration camps run by the Chinese Communist Party
(CCP), major Chinese hospitals quickly rose above their international competitors.
They helped carry out the CCP's genocidal policies while making huge profits.
They don't take any risks or face any responsibility, as long as they follow
the ruler's will while seeking the sudden and huge profits without any investment.
The removed Chinese web pages thoroughly reveal specific traits: When faced with
this sudden prospects of “human blood gold,” from the officials to the average
workers in the medical system, the excitement, nervousness and greed are clearly
seen on the web pages' contents. Under the current circumstances, certain
information on these web pages is sufficient to stand as proof of their criminal
activities. Now, let us take a brief look at what was really written on the web
pages that were urgently removed.

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1. “The ability to complete so many transplant surgeries is inseparable from the
support of the Chinese government”

The section titled “the actual situation
of organ transplant in China” points out, “Right now, the number of transplant
surgeries completed in China each year is next only to the US, therefore China
can be called the second largest transplant country in the world. More than 35,000
kidney transplants alone have been carried out in official hospitals in 29 provinces,
cities and autonomous regions. Throughout the country, as many as [sic] more than
5,000 kidney transplant surgeries are carried out annually. The ability to complete
so many transplant surgeries is inseparable from the support of the Chinese government.
On October 9, 1984, the Supreme People's Court, the Supreme People's
Procuratorate, the Ministry of Public Security, the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry
of Health, and Ministry of Civil Affairs jointly announced related laws, which
validates that providing organs is an act supported by the government.” “This
is the one and only in the world…” (See photo 1)

This shocking paragraph
exposes many facts:

1. “The ability to complete so many transplant surgeries
is inseparable from the support of the Chinese government”

What enabled
China to become the second largest transplant nation in the world? “As many as
more than 5,000 kidney transplants are performed each year.”

Calculating
the total amount by six years since the Jiang and Luo groups have persecuted Falun
Gong, more than 30,000 transplants surgeries have been performed, which is 85%
of the 35,000 such surgeries that the CCP had completed in the history of its
rule. In other words, the CCP regime rose to become the second largest organ transplant
country, next only to the US during the same time as the period of Jiang's
persecution of Falun Gong. This is a hard fact, and the two things certainly have
an intrinsically direct relation.

Persecution and organ transplants both
deal with people. One is to lock people up, and the other is to cut people open.
Who bridges the two to make the connection? CITNAC's explanation gives a
clear answer, “The ability to complete so many transplant surgeries is inseparable
from the support of the Chinese government.”

2. “This is the one and only
in the world”

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2. “Viscera providers can be found immediately!”

The support of the CCP
regime in fact legalizes stealing organs: “…jointly announced related laws on
October 9, 1984, which validates that providing organs is an act supported by
the government.” “This is the one and only in the world.”

The so-called
1984 law that “validates that providing organs is an act supported by the government”
is precisely what was recently mentioned in a veteran military doctor's testimony
from Shenyang City, “This practice was established by a legal document that the
Chinese Communist Party's Central Military Committee established as early
as 1962. This practice continues to this day. According the regulations in the
document, death penalty prisoners and felons convicted of serious crimes may be
processed in a revolutionized manner according to the developmental needs of the
state and of socialism;” “According to the additional regulation in 1984, it became
legal to transplant organs from felons;” “Since 1992, such a practice in fact
has become completely publicized. Due to the development of many related businesses,
human bodies–living or dead–have become valuable raw material for industry resources.”

The
web page states that in 1992, CITNAC helped the First Affiliated Hospital of the
China Medical University, where CITNAC based itself, to establish its own Organ
Transplantation Section.

The CCP has never been lenient. The number of executed
prisoners varies from year to year; however, in 2002, the aforementioned Organ
Transplant Section suddenly became the Transplantation Institute and was later
approved as the Shenyang City Multi-Organ Technology Research Center, and Liaoning
Province Organ Transplantation Key Laboratory. At the time, many agencies that
perform organ transplants then suddenly appeared like bamboo shoots from the ground
after a spring rain.

According to the veteran military doctor, “The Chinese
Communist Party Central Committee decided to treat Falun Gong practitioners as
'class enemies' and handle them in any manner that is profitable for
the needs of economic development.”

The 1984 law was therefore expanded
after Jiang Zemin started persecuting Falun Gong in July 1999, to include Falun
Gong practitioners as class enemies and felons. Harvesting organs from Falun Gong
practitioners therefore became “legalized.” Concentration camps throughout China
at that time were newly established according to Jiang's orders. They held
many steadfast practitioners and practitioners who refused to tell their names
and addresses. These practitioners were the primary targets for live organ harvesting
performed by medical institutions.

3. “A transplant aid organization
specifically for foreign friends”

Similar to many other countries in
the world, lack of donor organs is a fact of life in China. For kidneys, in particular,
the ratio of those who receive matching organs and those who are waiting for organs
is about 1:100, which means donor kidneys are far from enough. Chinese patients
usually wait from six months to a year for a matching kidney, and foreigners wait
for an even longer period of time in their own countries.

At that time,
a strange thing happened: foreigners could not get a kidney in their own countries,
but they could quickly obtain one after they came to China–so quickly, in fact,
that the foreigners were in disbelief. The waiting time in China is usually one
week to one month for a kidney transplant, while the maximum wait time for a liver
transplant is only two months. This is a promise that the 2003-established CITNAC
made everywhere on its website.

CITNAC is located at the Transplantation
Institute of the First Affiliated Hospital of the China Medical University. The
website claims to be “a transplant aid organization specifically for foreign friends.”
But in fact, CITNAC is lusting after foreigners' big money. CITNAC admitted
that it is associated with three renowned hospitals — the First Affiliated Hospital
of the China Medical University, the Chaoyang Hospital in Beijing and the Zhongshan
Affiliated Hospital of Fudan University in Shanghai. These three hospitals actually
share the living organ bank with CITNAC. There are at least four agencies in Japan
that correspond with the CITNAC. This is a “national” system that covers the whole
nation and extends beyond China's borders. Recently, the “Organ Transplantation
Coordination Group” was established for three northeastern provinces (Liaoning,
Heilongjiang and Jilin). This is a measure the system is using to hasten to harvest
organs and destroy evidence.

The CITNAC first chose Japan and in 2003 promoted
its website in Japanese, Chinese, and English, which shocked Japanese society.
“Every month, through our center, about two Japanese patients come to China to
receive transplants; this contact work is forbidden in Japan” (Excerpt from CITNAC
web page). Japanese people came, the big profits came. Thereafter, the scope of
the propaganda expanded. In 2004, Korean and Russian versions of the website emerged.
The FAQ section was expanded from the original 3 online questions to include 61
questions and answers. In order to avoid suspicion, the word “offer” on the original
English web page was changed to “donor.” The detailed FAQ included everything
from roundtrip airplane schedules, accommodations, to tricks one can use to get
a visa. It even advertised a start-to-finish service program.

The opening
sentence on their web page clearly revealed their money-grabbing mentality: “Viscera
providers can be found immediately! Please contact us before the state of your
illness gets worse.”

Yes, it's indeed quick to find organs only in
China, since the persecution and concentration camps exist only in China. Only
here in China do they have the policy “beating to death is nothing,” which resulted
in “unidentified” Falun Gong practitioners.

“[This is] a legally established
organization that can contact hospitals, but not an intermediary”

When asked
about the nature of CITNAC, the answer is, “This center is not an intermediary,
we are a legally established organization that can contact hospitals and set up
transplants
in accordance with Chinese law.” (Excerpt from Q&A
group Section 1, “What is the purpose of this center?”) “This support network
center is not a non-profit organization and charges service fees similar to hospitals.”
(Excerpt from No. 4, regarding “The process flow related to receiving transplantations
in China”)

It's obvious that CITNAC is in fact colluding with transplant
hospitals and is well aware of the internal facts about the transplants. Out of
the profit motive, and concerned only with profit, they have become accomplices
in a gruesome genocide of a group of good people. Their names are listed on the
web page, such as in the “Introduction of Doctors” column. How do they still dare
to leave their names on the web page? It's a good idea to write down these
names. Some of these doctors specialize in “liver removal.” They are all murder
suspects and are certainly aware of the dark truth. Not only will people bring
them to justice, but the CCP might also kill them at any time to eliminate evidence,
so their fate is actually pitiful, as they will not live long. They have to make
quick decisions to leave the tiger's den and testify about these crimes before
they will have a future.

Attachment:

1. China International
Transplantation Network Assistance Center (CITNAC) located at the First Affiliated
Hospital of the China Medical University. Their web link is www.zoukiishoku.com;
the Chinese web page was removed.

2. The archived Internet website for the
removed Chinese web page:

http://web.archive.org/web/20050213101222/www.zoukiishoku.com/cn/CHINA/index.htm

3.
The archived Internet address for the old Chinese web page before it was updated
in 2005:

http://web.archive.org/web/20041014180139/zoukiishoku.com/cn/CHINA/INDEX.HTM

Posting date: 13/April/2006
Original
article date: 13/April/2006

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