Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Falun Gong's Sujiatun Propaganda Is Dead:

http://news.google.com/news?q=sujiatun

Thursday, November 09, 2006

Not a Single Sujiatun Death Is In Falun Gong's Case List

Here's what Falun Gong propaganda outlet clearwiscom said, nealy 3,000 disciples were presecuted to death.

Do you see the problem? Not a single death is from Sujiatun.

So where does this leave Epoch Times NY's allegation that 6,000 where kept in a concentration camp in Sujiatun, and 4,000 were subjected to vivisection?

IMHO Falun Gong is their own worst enemy. Why don't they just stick with the truth and go with these alleged cases and build them up with facts, rather than fabricating sensational allegation?

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Langley BC City Council Rejects Falun Gong Propaganda

On October 16 local disciple Shirley Chen and company went to Langely city council and asked for declaration to condemn China for alleged vivisection, and presented the Kilgour report as evidence.

When this news came up on Google, I immediately fired off my OpEd letter detailing the contrarian evidence to the Mayor and Council. I am going to claim credit for their informed decision on Monday:

http://www.langleypolitics.com/2006/10/council-evening-notes-oct-30-2006.html

"Councillor Richter's other motion on falun gong did not draw a seconder."

Another win for the sane voices in the Asian-American community.

Saturday, October 21, 2006

On Oct 12 VOA interviewed long time anti-CCP activist Harry Wu, who investigated Falun Gong's vivisection claim - and found it not credible.

Transcripts can be found here:
http://blog.chinesenewsnet.com/?p=16888
and here:
www.voanews.com/chinese/online_chat_20061012.cfm

VOA: We received an email question: Mr. Wu, is China harvesting organs from Falun Gong disciples?

Wu: To date there is no evidence of harvesting of organs from Falun Gong disciples, only some claims by Falun Gong disciples.

Tuesday, September 19, 2006

From The Australian:

Chinese dissident doubts organ Harvest claim
Rowan Callick, China correspondent
August 14, 2006


HARRY Wu, one of the most respected Chinese dissident leaders, has cast crucial doubt on Falun Gong claims that body parts have been extracted from 6000 followers of the sect at a secret concentration camp in northeast China.

Monday, September 18, 2006

From Canadian paper The Globe and Mail:

Chinese dissident disputes organ-harvest allegations
Key witness's evidence fabricated, Wu says
GEOFFREY YORK

Wednesday, August 30, 2006, Page A1

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

More info on the congressional brief cited earlier.

The title of the brief is "The Collateral of Suppression", a report critical of China written for Senator Dianne Feinstein, member of US Congressional Executive Committee on China (CECC).

Here's another relevant exerpt:

"Specialist in Asian Affairs at the Congressional Research Service, Thomas Lum, noted that the evidence could have easily been distorted. The individuals calling the hospitals were all affiliated with FLG, and Lum said that it is unlikely for doctors and officials working for the state to casually divulge such sensitive and damaging information so easily.

Moreover, Lum’s efforts to contact both the Chinese journalist and doctor’s wife have been fruitless, as FLG members direct all communications toward these individuals and they often do not respond. Harry Wu, a longtime political activist known for his hardline anti-PRC views, announced on August 9, 2006 that he would challenge the allegations made by FLG about targeted organ harvesting, especially the claim about the Sujiatun concentration camp.

About the report, the South China Morning Post reports, “Mr. Wu, who has spent 15 years gathering evidence on the harvesting of organs from executed Chinese prisoners, said the information was based on the testimony of two witnesses, neither of whom had first-hand information. He believed the reports were fabricated.” Wu had tried to follow up with the witnesses just as Lum had—to the same futility. In the face of these criticisms, including from even Wu, who formerly held friendly relations with FLG, all things considered the allegations FLG has made about a targeted campaign of state-sponsored genocide are most likely untrue."