CCP Plans to Export Immoral Organ Trafficking Abroad, NGO Leader Warns

The Communist government of China intends to export its atrocious practice of forced organ harvesting as soon as it is in a position to destroy ethical norms in the western transplant industry, the founder of a non-government organization monitoring such horrendous practices reveals.

Human organs are frequently harvested from political prisoners of conscience, who are then murdered on demand under the Chinese Communist Party. Majority of the victims are Falun Gong practitioners, who are being killed just for trying to be good citizens by following the principles of Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance.

Introduced in 1992 to the public by Mr. Li Hongzhi, Falun Gong a.k.a. Falun Dafa became popular among the masses and by 1999 it was estimated that nearly 70-100 million people were practicing it.

Fearing its growing popularity and perceiving it as a threat to its communist ideology, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) began a nationwide campaign to eradicate the peaceful practice.

Adherents have been imprisoned, subjected to forced labor, and even killed for their organs. Organ harvesting is the worst form of genocide that is perpetrated by the CCP even today. In order to break their will and spirit, adherent of Falun Gong have been force fed unknown drugs, sent to psychiatric wards and subjected to various forms of torture.

Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH) founder and executive director, Dr. Torsten Trey, recently spoke with EpochTV’s “Crossroads” to talk about how the CCP does this.

Dr. Trey, featured in the award-winning documentary “Human Harvest,” and a co-editor of the book “State Organs: Transplant Abuse in China,” said the Chinese government has been torturing political prisoners for decades in order to fuel its “industrial-scale organ” harvesting operations, which provide organs to the international transplant market.

Trey said that, in light of China’s aspirations to control a wide range of sectors, the country has also aspired to become the world leader in the transplant industry.

“In Western countries, we follow ethical standards for the benefit of the patient. There is a purpose of it, that comes with waiting time,” he explained according to Christian Daily. “It is based on free voluntary consent as a foundation to donate organs.”

This notion of informed consent is essentially undermined by the concept of coerced organ harvesting, he said.

Western medical standards are therefore seen as a threat to China’s coercive organ harvesting program by the Chinese government.

“So China is highly interested in tearing down this [Western] system to basically make forced organ harvesting the common standard in transplant medicine,” he pointed out.