End Transplant Abuse
  • The Coalition Roundtable | Official Trailer (2017)

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    ► Part 1/4: Investigations and Reports

    ► Part 2/4: Victims and Numbers

    ► Part 3/4: Suppression by the CCP

    ► Part 4/4: Legislation and Advocacy

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    There is a lucrative organ transplant industry involving hundreds of hospitals across China. The dark secret it that the Chinese regime is performing 60,000 to 100,000 transplants per year with its main source being prisoners of conscience who are killed on demand.

    The Coalition Roundtable features:

    Chris Chappell

    Ethan Gutmann

    David Kilgour

    Anastasia Lin

    David Matas

    Matt Robertson Show less
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  • Organ Harvesting News & Media Play all

    Many people pay a lot of attention to the transplant statistics announced by the government. Actually, "underground" organ transplants are many times that of the number publicized by the government. For example, if the government says that there are 30,000 cases a year, then the real number is about 110,000. There is an abundance of organ sources, and this is another reason why the prices for organ transplants have decreased. Many hospitals under the jurisdiction of the military, while reporting some transplants to the central government and the public, are actually conducting a large number of organ transplants in secret. The real number is much higher than government statistics.

    Overall, there are 2 types of transplant sources: voluntary and involuntary. However, according to the CCP, the Chinese government, all of the organ donors are voluntary. Falun Gong practitioners and other detainees are detained using their real names, but when it comes to organ transplants, fake names are used. In other words, a false identity is created. And, all of this fake person's information is available, and a voluntary transplant organ donation form is signed (of course the signature is fake). I have encountered over 60,000 of these documents with falsified signatures. All of them say that the individual voluntarily agrees to an organ transplant and will be responsible for all of the consequences. Some of the forms are even for heart transplants. Many signatures are the same person's handwriting.

    These documents are kept for 18 months and must be destroyed at the end of the 18 months. The documents are kept at the provincial-level military regions. Reviewing these documents would require permission from the CCP Central officials based in the local areas. During the entire process of an organ transplant, if the transplant is not successful, the documents on the organ source and the body must be destroyed within 72 hours. All of the documents and the body (sometimes even a live person) must be cremated and the cremation certified by military management personnel. These military personnel have the right to arrest, detain, or execute any doctors, police, paramilitary police, or research staff who leak the secret to the outside. The military personnel have clearance from the CCP Military Commission.

    Any person identified to be a source of an organ transplant is transferred from the prison, labor camp, detention center, or concentration camp. At this point, the person loses her name and is given a code, which corresponds to a false identity of a voluntary organ donor. The person is told that she will go through a physical examination. The exam is followed by local anesthesia, then organ harvest from the live body. Due to security reasons, details relating to the military management personnel is omitted.

    Currently, the greatest difficulty is gathering evidence of the organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners and other detained individuals. The lack of evidence prevents relevant overseas organizations from solving the problem.

    ----An elderly military doctor from Shenyang, From the article: Military Doctor Reveals Process of CCP's Organ Harvesting from Falun Gong Practitioners
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  • David Kilgour in the News Play all

    David Kilgour is co-chair of the Canadian Friends of a Democratic Iran, past chair of the Latin America and Caribbean policy working group of the Ottawa branch of the Canadian International Council, a director of the Washington-based Council for a Community of Democracies (CCD), a Fellow of the Queen's University Centre for the Study of Democracy, a director of the New York-based NGO Advancing Human Rights and a director of the Ottawa Mission Foundation.

    First elected to the House of Commons in 1979, he was re-elected seven times, most recently in 2004, for the south-east region of Edmonton. During his time in Parliament, he was Deputy Speaker and Chair of the Committees of the Whole House, Secretary of State for Latin America & Africa (1997-2002) and Secretary of State for Asia-Pacific (2002-2003). He did not stand in the 2006 election.

    David remains active on issues of human dignity. A 2007 book, Uneasy Neighbo(u)rs, co-authored with David Jones, a former American diplomat, discusses the relationship of Canada and the USA. In 2009, he published with David Matas Bloody Harvest-The Killing of Falun Gong for their Organs. He and Matas were awarded the 2009 Human Rights Prize of the International Society for Human Rights in Switzerland for their work in raising awareness of state-sponsored organ pillaging in China.
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  • David Matas in the News Play all

    David Matas (born 29 August 1943) is the senior legal counsel of B'nai Brith Canada. He has maintained a private practice in refugee, immigration and human rights law since 1979. He has published various books and manuscripts.

    David Matas is the co-author of Report into Allegations of Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China, which alleges that since 2000 the Chinese government has been systemically harvesting organs from Falun Gong practitioners. He is also counsel forJustice for Jews from Arab Countries and is co-author of "Jewish Refugees from Arab Countries: The Case for Rights and Redress".

    He served as a member of the Canadian delegation to the United Nations General Assembly, the Task Force on Immigration Practices & Procedures, the Canadian delegation to the United Nations Conference on an International Criminal Court 1998, the Canadian Delegation to the Stockholm International Forum on the Holocaust, and since 1997 the Director of the International Centre for Human Rights & Democratic Development.
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  • UN Watch on China Play all

    UN Watch is a non-governmental organization based in Geneva whose mandate is to monitor the performance of the United Nations by the yardstick of its own Charter. UN Watch was established in 1993 by the legendary civil rights activist Morris B. Abram, the former U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva. UN Watch participates actively at the UN as an accredited NGO in Special Consultative Status to the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and as an Associate NGO to the UN Department of Public Information (DPI). It reports regularly to both.

    UN Watch believes in the United Nations' mission on behalf of the international community to "save succeeding generations from the scourge of war" and provide for a more just world. We believe that even with its shortcomings, the UN remains an indispensable tool in bringing together diverse nations and cultures. UN Watch is keenly aware that member states often ask the UN to fulfill mandates and tasks that are neither feasible nor within the means provided. While it would be unrealistic to ignore the UN's weaknesses, we advocate finding ways to build on its strengths and use its limited resources effectively.

    UN Watch is foremost concerned with the just application of UN Charter principles. Areas of interest include: UN management reform, the UN and civil society, equality within the UN, and the equal treatment of member states. UN Watch notes that the disproportionate attention and unfair treatment applied by the UN toward Israel over the years offers an object lesson (though not the only one) in how due process, equal treatment, and other fundamental principles of the UN Charter are often ignored or selectively upheld.

    UN Watch is chaired by Ambassador Alfred H. Moses, former U.S. Ambassador to Romania and Presidential Emissary for the Cyprus Conflict.
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  • NTD on China Play all

    Headquartered in New York City, New Tang Dynasty (NTD) Television serves more than 100 million potential viewers in China and around the world.

    Founded by Chinese Americans, and rooted in traditional Chinese culture, NTD serves as a unique bridge between the East and the West.

    NTD News, the company's flagship program, strives to provide insightful coverage of China with the highest ethical standards of Western journalism.

    NTD News broadcasts directly into parts of mainland China via satellite, providing a truthful, uncensored Chinese-language alternative to China's state-run media.

    NTD News also provides its global viewers with important news about China and the rest of the world in more than a dozen non-Chinese languages, including English, Spanish, Russian, Japanese, Persian, and Hebrew.

    In addition to news, NTD promotes traditional Chinese arts and culture through a wide variety of TV shows and events.

    As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, NTD's New York headquarters (NTDTV.org)—as well as its nonprofit and for-profit affiliate stations around the world—continues to refine all aspects of its programming to meet the needs of its audiences. NTD is funded primarily through by individual donations.

    NTD's mission is to: • Bring truthful and uncensored information into and out of China • Promote traditional Chinese culture • Facilitate mutual understanding between the East and West

    NTD seeks to be the world's most trusted authority on news and information about China.

    Besides NTD, no major Chinese language television network reports with complete independence on China. The Chinese communist regime has long dictated politically related content for all TV stations inside mainland China. And starting in the 1990s, it began using its economic and political clout to pressure Chinese TV stations outside China to avoid reporting on the most "sensitive" China-related topics.

    In 2001, NTD was founded with the goal of reporting on what other Chinese TV networks would not. NTD fills an important void in Chinese language media, boldly investigating topics like abuses of power and human rights violations, and making this information available both inside and outside China.

    In 2002, NTD was the first Chinese TV station to report in depth on the Chinese regime's persecution of the Falun Gong spiritual group.

    In 2003, NTD reported on the spread of SARS in China a full three weeks before Beijing—and hence Chinese state-run media—acknowledged the outbreak.

    NTD continues to report on the Chinese regime's ongoing suppression of Christians, Tibetans, democracy advocates, and other dissidents—as well as other issues affecting Chinese people such as food safety and political corruption.
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  • Epoch Global on China Play all

    Freedom of the press and humanity are the foundation of The Epoch Times; our beginnings hailed from a great need to provide uncensored news to a people immersed in propaganda and censorship in China.

    Having witnessed events like Tiananmen Square and the persecution of the spiritual group Falun Gong, and at a great risk to themselves and their loved ones, a group of Chinese-Americans started publishing The Epoch Times in the Chinese language in the U.S. Some reporters in China were jailed, and some suffered severe torture.

    Integrity and truthfulness in reporting, together with the stories that really matter, are cornerstones to The Epoch Times.

    The first English edition launched online in 2003 followed by the first print edition in 2004. Our beginnings have instilled in The Epoch Times staff an unwavering commitment to objective reporting and socially responsible business practices, as well as respect for human rights and freedom.
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  • Human Rights Abuses in China Play all

    One of the most vexing ongoing practices of the party-state is that it uses overwhelming force to suppress voices that advocate dignity for all and the rule of law in China. One is Gao Zhisheng, a twice Nobel Peace Prize-nominated lawyer in the tradition of Nelson Mandela and Mahatma Gandhi. A decade ago, he was named one of China's top ten lawyers by its ministry of Justice.

    Party apparatchiks released their full wrath, however, when Gao, a Christian, defended Falun Gong practitioners. It began with the removal of his permit to practice law, followed by an attempt on his life, a police attack on his wife, and denying the family any income. It intensified when Gao responded in the nonviolent tradition of Gandhi by launching nationwide hunger strikes calling for dignity for all Chinese. In one of his articles, Gao described more than 50 days of torture he was subjected to in prison. In January 2009, his wife, Geng He, their teen-age daughter and six-year-old son escaped China and reached the United States Gao remains in prison.

    It is difficult for many outside China to understand that trials there are mere theatres. The deciding "judges" often don't even hear evidence given in "courts." The Canadian lawyer Clive Ansley practiced law in Shanghai for 13 years, handling about 300 cases in their courts before returning to British Columbia several years ago.

    There is a current saying amongst Chinese lawyers and judges who truly believe in the Rule of Law and this saying, familiar throughout all legal circles in China, vividly illustrates the futility of attempting to 'assist China in improving its legal system' by training judges. The saying is: 'Those who hear the case do not make the judgment; those who make the judgment have not heard the case'...Nothing which has transpired in the 'courtroom' has any impact on the 'judgment'."

    Excerpt from David Kilgour's lecture at a seminar hosted by Civita, Norway. Original title: Misgovernance, Predatory Economy, and Organ Trafficking in China
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  • Films & Trailers Play all

    Film is one way human rights abuses can be exposed. From professional documentary-makers to ordinary citizens with basic mobile phones, video is increasingly used to highlight human rights issues. Often with human rights abuses, the people responsible often go to great lengths to conceal what is happening. In the tightly-controlled state of China, often only the rumor of torture and injustice reaches beyond prison, labor camp and hospital walls.

    Some great quotes:

    "Human rights education can make a real difference in people's lives"
    - UN Human Rights Chief Navi Pillay.

    "Everyone has the right to freedom of opinion and expression; this right includes freedom to hold opinions without interference and to seek, receive and impart information and ideas through any media and regardless of frontiers."
    ― United Nations, Universal Declaration of Human Rights

    "Free China is only one part of a possible opening up of the world's most populous country. But it serves as a lesson that while China's markets may have liberalized, its political system has not, leaving far too many people under the rule of an oppressive, autocratic regime. That's something we know, but we often overlook. Jennifer Zeng and Charles Lee's lives remind us that we have a duty to pay attention."
    - Jacob Combs on Free China movie

    "Whoever controls the media, controls the mind"
    ― Jim Morrison

    "Literacy is a bridge from misery to hope. It is a tool for daily life in modern society. It is a bulwark against poverty, and a building block of development, an essential complement to investments in roads, dams, clinics and factories. Literacy is a platform for democratization, and a vehicle for the promotion of cultural and national identity. Especially for girls and women, it is an agent of family health and nutrition. For everyone, everywhere, literacy is, along with education in general, a basic human right.... Literacy is, finally, the road to human progress and the means through which every man, woman and child can realize his or her full potential."
    ― Kofi Annan

    "Those who are capable of tyranny are capable of perjury to sustain it."
    ― Lysander Spooner

    "Short in minutes but long on ambition, the stirring documentary "Free China: The Courage to Believe" expects viewers not only to feel but also to act: it ends with a three-point guide for how audiences can help counter the Chinese government's persecution of practitioners of Falun Gong."
    - DAVID DeWITT on Free China movie
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  • What is Falun Gong? Play all

    Falun Dafa (also called Falun Gong) is an advanced self-cultivation practice of the Buddha School. Falun Dafa was founded by Mr. Li Hongzhi, the practice's master. It is a discipline in which "assimilation to the highest qualities of the universe—Zhen, Shan, Ren (Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance)—is the foundation of practice. Practice is guided by these supreme qualities, and based on the very laws which underlie the development of the cosmos."
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