Forced organ harvesting and organ trafficking is a growing issue, particularly for impoverished peoples. The victims have their organs taken from them and sold illegally. While the trafficker makes a large profit, the victim is left with little to no money and must deal with the significant health issues that come with the practice. As noted by the United Nations, the practice of forced organ harvesting is expanding in China to the detriment of China’s minority populations.
ORGANIZATIONS TO CALL ATTENTION TO THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY’S PRACTICE OF FORCED ORGAN HARVESTING
The Ukrainian National Center Of Religious Safety And Help To Victims Of Destructive Cults Organisation “Dialogue” a FECRIS correspondent in Ukraine, has launched a campaign against Falun Gong practitioners. It has published the following article on its website under the title “The Falun Gong sect recruits Kherson residents under the guise of an art exhibition”:
Like other pro-Russian and Russian Orthodox extremists, Dvorkin discredited the Maidan movement, saying that the Acting President, Alexander Tourtchynov was a Baptist – which is true -, his Prime Minister Arseni Yatseniuk is a Scientologist his sister chairs a major scientologist organization in the USA – both accusations spread by Interfax-Religion, a Russian press agency, and checked as false by Human Rights Without Frontiers (**).
Falun Gong (FLG) is a Chinese exercise and spiritual discipline emerging from Buddhist and Daoist
traditions. The practice is widely recognized as nonviolent. Its moral teachings centered on the tenets of
truth, compassion, and tolerance carry benefits to adherents and their communities. By the late 1990s, FLG
was estimated to have tens of millions of adherents in China.