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Horrific New Evidence Of China Organ Harvesting Revealed
11-17-2006, 11:39 AM,
Horrific New Evidence Of China Organ Harvesting Revealed
A Chinese military surgeon had eight Chinese citizens killed to supply a single foreign patient with a new kidney, said former Canadian Secretary of State for Asia-Pacific David Kilgour on November 14. Kilgour spoke as a special guest at the Asian Human Rights Week forum in Warsaw, on day two of a five day program.

"The incredible thing is that the doctor would…go down the names on sheets of paper looking for blood types and tissue types and so on, and he [the patient] would point at names on the list. The doctor would then go away and come back with organs," said Kilgour.

While conducting research in Asia, Kilgour interviewed a now 35 year-old man (name and nationality withheld) who received a kidney transplant at Shanghai No. 1 People's Hospital in 2003. The man said that his surgeon was Dr Tan Jianming, Secretary General of the Chinese Research Society of Dialysis and Transplantation. Dr Tan also holds top posts in a number of Chinese military and civilian hospitals.

The patient suffered from an antibody condition that made it difficult to find a suitable kidney. Over an eight day period, four separate kidneys were brought to him and tested, said Kilgour. When none of those worked, three months later he tried another four – the last of which was a fit. The man was later transferred to No. 85 Hospital of the People's Liberation Army to convalesce.

Dr Tan told the man explicitly that these organs came from executed Chinese prisoners, and that at least some of the organs had been harvested secretly, against the donors' will.

"I am certain that at least some of these were Falun Gong practitioners who never went near a court, who were never convicted of anything," said Kilgour.

Earlier in 2006, Kilgour co-wrote a report detailing evidence of China's large scale state-supported killing of Falun Gong prisoners of conscience – in order to extract their organs to sell for huge profits to people such as this man. Kilgour and co-author human rights lawyer David Matas estimated that over 41,000 organ transplants performed in China could not be accounted for, based on published records.

Kilgour believes, based on many lines of evidence, that apart from death row prisoners, Falun Gong practitioners are particularly targeted for live organ harvesting, as opposed to other groups that the Chinese Communist regime labels as "dissidents" or "enemies of state."

Falun Gong is the peaceful spiritual practice that saw its popularity grow at an astonishing rate in the 1990's. In 1999, then-Chinese dictator Jiang Zemin outlawed the practice in China and ordered its eradication. Multiple human rights organizations have documented the communist regime's brutal, large scale persecution of Falun Gong practitioners since that time.

Since the publication of their report last July, Kilgour and Matas have traveled to over 20 countries searching for support, as well as for new evidence that might either prove or disprove the organ harvesting allegations. Over that time, in addition to the 18 lines of evidence examined in the initial report, Kilgour says they found another ten areas of evidence pointing to the same conclusion. He intends to publish an updated report by the end of the year, and says that it will contain more evidence of the Chinese military's involvement.

"We were hoping that it [the organ harvesting] would have stopped by now, but we are convinced that it is still happening," said Kilgour.

Cautiously Optimistic

Yet Kilgour is cautiously optimistic.

The Transplantation Society (TTS), a global body dedicated to the development of transplantation science, education and ethics, issued a statement on the use of organs from Chinese executed prisoners on November 6.

"TTS is opposed to the recovery of organs and tissues from executed prisoners and from any other individual where an autonomous consent for the procurement is lacking," said the statement.

"TTS should express concern that the recovery of organs from executed prisoners [in China] has resulted in rampant commercialism and transplant tourism," it said.

After Kilgour detailed the organ harvesting evidence to the Australian parliament last August, the Australian media took up the cause.

"I have evidence from a senior medical professional in Australia that the number of Australians going for transplant operations in China has [since] collapsed. We are delighted that Australians have stopped," said Kilgour.

On November 15, Chinese state-controlled media reported that Chinese Assistant Health Minister Huang Jiefu called for "an information network that registers and keeps track of every human organ donation."

"That's either a step in the right direction, or it's a smoke screen," said Kilgour, in response to news of the official statement.

Kilgour's revelations were part of series of seminars examining the state of human rights in Asia being held November 13-17, 2006 in Warsaw, Poland. Warsaw's Asian Human Rights Week is focused on human rights in Burma, Cambodia, North Korea, Vietnam, China, Tibet and Bhutan.

The forum was organized by the Oriental Culture Center, an organization dedicated to the promotion of Asian culture in Poland, and Collegium Civitas, a top Polish private university specializing in the humanities. It was under the patronage of Polish Minister of Culture and Heritage, as well as the Mayor of Warsaw.

While in Warsaw, Kilgour also presented his report to Marek Jurek, the elected leader of the Sejm, the lower house of the Polish Parliament.
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11-17-2006, 04:16 PM, (This post was last modified: 12-25-2008, 01:43 AM by solar.)
Horrific New Evidence Of China Organ Harvesting Revealed
Quote:A Chinese military surgeon had eight Chinese citizens killed to supply a single foreign patient with a new kidney ...

Ognir: thanks for posting this article.

The travesty of organ harvesting is definitely "under the radar".

It reminds me of several incidents shared with me over the last few years.

An acquaintance of a friend of mine was on business in Mexico City. He was snatched off the street, and was apparently knocked unconscious. That was all he remembered.

He woke up in a run-down hotel. His body felt horrible. At some point he realized that he had stitches in his back.

He was missing a kidney.

Another friend of mine was told by doctors that she needed a partial hysterectomy. All her friends advised getting a second opinion (she ignored their advice).

She scheduled the operation because she was fearful. The surgeons ended up doing a total hysterectomy, and ... removed one of her kidneys.

The surgeons claimed that they were able to determine, during the operation, that the kidney was cancerous and that it was better to remove it than have to do a second invasive surgery.

Of course, the fine print on the surgical waiver that she had signed before she was administered anaesthesia allowed the doctors to use their "discretion" while she was "under". She avoided litigation, because it would have been too expensive.

Think a moment about where the kidneys are in relation to the female sex organs. How did the surgeons determine that one kidney was cancerous?

Just my opinion, I believe she was harvested.

U.S. Marine General Smedley Butler stated "War is a racket."

Perhaps, also, (most, but not all) surgeries and medical interventions are a racket.

Years ago, I knew a married lady who lived in a nearby apartment complex. She had served in Gulf War One, the "Desert Storm". She came back from "Desert Storm" with some very debilitating variety of "Gulf War Syndrome".

She became bed ridden with constant fatigue, and no matter how much she ate, she kept losing weight till she was "skin and bones".

The Veterans Administration hospital she was assigned to was useless in terms of treating her, and the doctors generally did not recognize (at that time) "Gulf War Syndrome".

She contacted a general in the armed services who was a family friend and shared her frustration at what was happening to her.

The general advised her to visit a particular clinic in Texas, and wrote a letter of introduction for her.

She traveled to Texas to the clinic. The clinic doctors told her that there was a priority list and that she had to wait until there was a "slot" available for her. That's when she discovered that the patients at this particular clinic were all very high-level brass in the armed services and the Pentagon. She was the only patient who was not a high-level officer.

Three weeks a later, a "slot" became available because of a patient "no show". The clinic gave her some unknown injections.

And what is more interesting, they apparently used laser light therapy, ozone therapy and some form of electronic therapy on her body. Of course, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration bans laser light therapy and most ozone therapies for use on human beings.

She was rapidly cured at this clinic. A clinic for high level brass, but not for the average soldier.

It reminds me of the huge (twentieth century) monetary investment by John D. Rockefeller and the Royal Family of England into the establishment of modern allopathic medicine and the establishment of the modern allopathic pharmaceutical cartels.

But wait!

John D. Rockefeller, and the Royal Family of England didn't partake of allopathic physicians and allopathic pharmaceuticals.

They used homeopathic physicians and homeopathic remedies for their personal healing.

Go figure.

Are there healing modalities for the elite, but not for "the rest of us"?

Are those healing modalities banned for "the rest of us"?

But not for the elite ...

Thanks again, Ognir, for posting this very informative article.

I suspect that these practices are world wide, not just in China.
11-17-2006, 05:17 PM,
Horrific New Evidence Of China Organ Harvesting Revealed
Only China?

The US does the same thing. As do many other affiliated nations.
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03-05-2014, 12:35 PM,
RE: Horrific New Evidence Of China Organ Harvesting Revealed
It's not just China that has a huge body part stealing industry but a $1.2 Billion organ harvesting industry is significant and needs to be addressed. Not only for the volume but how they target victim "donors". The Chinese watchdogs at The Epoch Times brought this to attention back in 2000. Natural News is giving it a bit more publicity with their new documentary.

Quote:Red Reign: China's horrific nonconsensual organ harvesting and religious oppression unveiled
Monday, March 03, 2014 by: Ethan A. Huff, staff writer

Imagine being arrested, imprisoned and tortured simply for holding religious beliefs that run contrary to what the government considers acceptable. And every day having to worry that you might be murdered at a moment's notice for your vital organs. This is what countless thousands of practitioners of the spiritual discipline Falun Gong have apparently been subjected to in China, a little-known reality covered in the new documentary film Red Reign: The Bloody Harvest of China's Prisoners.

The film, which is available for instant streaming at, brings to light a horrific practice that, up until now, has been mostly veiled from public view. Religious prisoners throughout China continue to be not only persecuted for their beliefs but also used as profit machines in a massive, and highly illegal, organ trafficking trade that generates as much as $1.2 billion in blood money annually.

"This story had to be told, yet the story seemed almost too horrible to tell," says Masha Savitz, the first-time filmmaker who created the film.

A journalist for the China watchdog site The Epoch Times, Savitz says she first became aware of the Chinese organ trade back in 2000 when she was sent to cover a rally being led by Nobel Peace Prize nominee David Matas, a lawyer and activist who is also featured in the film. Through her work, Savitz ended up meeting actual exiles from the organ trade, and from there realized that she could not just sit idly by while these human rights abuses persisted.

"The story took on a dimension of itself," explained Savitz to a local Jewish congregation in Los Angeles, which recently screened the film. "It was not about people, but of Good versus Evil. It had nothing to do with politics."

Though an unpleasant topic, the Chinese organ trade needs to be addressed
Normally accustomed to bringing smiles to children's faces, Savitz, who is also a kindergarten teacher and a vice principle, says bringing to light China's nefarious organ trade has been a difficult task. But it is one that she believes is vitally important, especially because her own people have been persecuted time and time again throughout history for their religious beliefs.

"It was very hard for me because so much of my work is to bring joy to people and make them laugh," said Savitz. "A big part of what I did in this film is to be caring of my audience and of how they were going to receive it."

Some subjects, though, needed to be addressed in full, sobering detail, including the account of a former surgeon who says he personally removed the corneas of some 2,000 Falun Gong prisoners in Chinese hospitals over the course of three years. Unrelenting guilt eventually caught up with this surgeon, who admitted that none of his cornea "donors" survived their surgeries.

This type of thing is happening all across China, and Savitz's film provides a deeper look into just how widespread this appalling practice actually is. Featuring interviews with former Falun Gong prisoners, journalists, politicians, humans rights activists and others, Red Reign is a gripping, powerful and timely account of how intolerance and greed can lead to some of the most heinous crimes against humanity imaginable.

"I've always been a serious artist," emphasized Savitz about her work. "I want to talk about important things. Teaching is doing something important; communicating is something important. That is the through-line in my life."

Be sure to check out Red Reign: The Bloody Harvest of China's Prisoners at

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Preview - Red Reign: The Bloody Harvest of China's Prisoners

I'd like to request that Red Reignbe upped to the tracker if someone can find/rip a copy.
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