In the press release I just received from the good people of the Falun Gong there is a correction I would like to make. In regard to the corrupt Chinese government making false claims of being communists, they are not. The real name of this fetid group of criminals should be the Chinese Fascist Party (CFP). It is obvious they read Mein Kampf since their axiom is in complete contrast to Mao Tse Tung’s Little Red Book. Their ideology is more likened to Marque De Sade and General George Armstrong Custer with a dash of Adolf Hitler just for flavor. Rape, torture and death are their signature. And the free world turns the other way since international corporations are making astronomical profits from slave labor. China has made crimes against humanity a fashionable and lucrative endeavor indeed.
Their continued butchering of Falun Gong members to harvest human organs is only one of the many ghoulish activities this criminal regime is guilty of. Slave labor guarantees that there is no love or pride in craftsmanship since people are working under duress. This is very unfortunate since Chinese people have always been master craftsmen. The fact many workers plan a mass suicide if wages did not rise should be a major red flag that not all is well in the land of lies. In fact, China is poised for internal revolt and it’s only a matter of time. Dare we mention the fact China has been preparing for war with the west for better than 20 years? Businessmen who’ve left China are full of horror stories.
Now we are financing their abhorrent and reprehensible conduct by purchasing their defective and poisonous goods simply because it’s cheap. You get what you pay for and Chinese goods are cheap at any price. Quality has gone out the window as corporation after corporation moves its operation to the land of deception and moral ambiguity to cash in on slavery. In return Chinese corporations have landed in the good ole USA and their fetid practices continue on US soil. For example; many people working in their kitchens and sushi bars are indentured and trapped in feudal service. They are very fearful of telling anyone about the treatment they receive from their Chinese handlers.
People I have interviewed work 12 to 16 hours a day, 7 days a week with no break and get paid about $1,000 a month for slaving in America. When there is a question about their visa they are simply moved to another part of the country. Others are threatened with deportation since they were brought to America with bogus documents. If they speak out their families back in China would be killed or tortured. Since many are illegal they can be murdered to silence them without being missed in Canada or the US for they do not exist on paper. Its business as usual and it is happening right underneath our noses.
The frosting on the cake is the fact China is exporting hate and acts of violence against Falun Gong members in both Canada and the US. There is no telling what else this criminal regime is doing in the western hemisphere but espionage against Canada and the US is off the charts. It is easy to obtain fraudulent papers from corrupt UN officials and bogus religious organizations on the take according to refugees I interviewed. China’s involvement in human trafficking in the US and abroad is notorious within secretive Asian circles. Members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations are deeply involved in the transport of slaves and their hands are also bloody. Small wonder this organization turns a deaf ear on human rights issues for they are equally culpable.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the Federal Trade Commission will soon have their hands full and so will the health department because quality and freshness are not a priority. Only now China is addressing food safety but that is only a ruse. They don’t really plan to make food safe in China or anywhere else for that matter. And USDA inspectors sent to China will have a rude awakening provided they are not on the take as well. Sadly the Chinese Cartel already has a source of truly fresh and edible food but they are exclusive to elite party members. The Chinese citizen must fend for themselves so you can imagine the vial slop that is exported to us. Don’t forget the pets that were killed by poisonous imported dog food. The Chinese baby formula fiasco continues across Asia to this day. The sex drug coated infant toys and the deadly cribs that already tainted our borders should have been a wakeup call. And the list goes on and on but what do we really care, just so it’s cheap.
$15,000 in damages awarded over revoked membership
08 May 2011
New York–In a decision challenging the Communist Party’s efforts to extend the persecution of Falun Gong beyond China’s borders, the Human Rights Tribunal in Ontario ruled on April 27 that a local Chinese association had discriminated against an elderly Falun Gong practitioner when revoking her membership and using demeaning labels to refer to her faith.
“I conclude that the respondents breached the Code and discriminated against the complainant on the basis of her creed,” wrote tribunal vice-chair Ms. Michelle Flaherty in the decision. “The Tribunal orders the corporate respondent to pay the complainant the sum of $15,000 for loss arising from the infringement of her rights.”
In 2001, the Ottawa Chinese Seniors Association revoked the membership of 78-year-old Canadian citizen Ms. Huang Daiming. At the time, several association officials indicated that the reason was because she practiced Falun Gong. When Ms. Huang tried to contact the officials to challenge her expulsion, they used derogatory terms to refer to Falun Gong, including the “evil cult” label that has become a centerpiece of Communist Party propaganda. The tribunal also found that the use of such a label in itself constitutes a violation.
“I find that this comment [“evil cult”] constitutes discrimination within the meaning of the Code,” wrote Flaherty in the decision. “The comment had the effect of demeaning the complainant and affronting her dignity on the basis of her creed. ”
Discrimination and hate incitement against Falun Gong practitioners has been a central tactic used by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in its efforts to wipe out the traditional Chinese discipline. Inside China, discrimination remains pervasive, including in employment and education. Outside China, Chinese businesses and prominent figures in overseas communities routinely come under direct or indirect pressure from the CCP to take action against Falun Gong practitioners.
In the Ontario case, in addition to the plaintiff’s membership revocation, other examples of the association engaging in demeaning behavior against Falun Gong came to light through the proceedings. In particular, at a Chinese New Year’s Celebration event in February 2002 anti-Falun Gong propaganda was on display. One witness also reported overhearing a representative of the Chinese consulate telling a member of the association to exclude Falun Gong practitioners from their activities, though this direct connection to the Chinese government could not be verified.
“This decision is not only a victory for Ms. Huang, it is an important step in challenging the Communist Party’s suppression of Falun Gong and the hate speech that has fueled violence and animosity against pracitioners for over a decade,” says Executive Director Levi Browde. “We hope this ruling can provide members of Chinese communities in Canada and elsewhere leverage to resist CCP pressures to discriminate against their Falun Gong compatriots.”
In recent years, when victims of discrimination and vilification outside China have challenged it in legal proceedings, tribunals have repeatedly ruled that the treatment meted out indeed violated Falun Gong practitioners’ basic rights. In August 2010, The U.S. Department of Justice acknowledged that a Chinese restaurant in Flushing had acted inappropriately when refusing to serve Falun Gong practitioners in 2008 and required that the restaurant take various actions to prevent future discrimination (news). In February 2004, the Ontario Superior Court found that the Chinese Deputy Consul General in Toronto had committed libel when he called a Falun Gong practitioner an “evil cult” member in a local newspaper (news).
Since 1999, the Chinese Communist Party has carried out a widespread, brutal campaign of persecution to eradicate Falun Gong, a traditional Chinese spiritual and qigong practice, whose adherents in China still number in the tens of millions. Hundreds of thousands of Chinese who practice Falun Gong remain in captivity, rendering them the single largest group of prisoners of conscience in China (article). The United Nations, Amnesty International, Chinese human rights lawyers, and Western media have documented Falun Gong torture and deaths at the hands of Chinese officials (reports). The campaign and its implementation are in violation of Chinese law and, contrary to common reporting, Falun Gong was not banned as an “evil cult.” (analysis).
The plaintiff and her attorney are available for interview upon request. A copy of the tribunal’s ruling is also available.
Founded in 1999, the Falun Dafa Information Center is a New York-based organization that documents the rights violations of adherents of Falun Gong (or “Falun Dafa”) taking place in the People’s Republic of China. In July of 1999 China’s autocratic Communist Party launched an unlawful campaign of arrests, violence, and propaganda with the intent of “eradicating” the apolitical practice; it is believed certain leaders feared the influence of the practice’ 100 million adherents. The campaign has since grown in violence and scope, with millions having been detained or sent to forced labor camps. The Center has verified details of over 3,000 deaths and over 63,000 cases of torture in custody (reports / sources). Falun Gong is a traditional-style Buddhist “qigong” practice, with roots in the Chinese heritage of cultivating the mind/body for health and spiritual growth.
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