Dealing with the Chinese Communist Party state is, in reality, dealing with a criminal state

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Dissecting living people while they are still breathing, harvesting their organs and selling them as commodities.
For the past decade, the Chinese Communist Party has been accused of engaging in forced organ harvesting, but there has never been a clear and definitive judgement reached in an international court of law based on available evidence whether international laws are violated.
On June 17, 2019,
The Independent People’s Tribunal located in London, U.K., announced its final judgment,
concluding “Falun Gong practitioners have been one – and probably the main – source of organ supply,” for the CCP’s forced organ harvesting, and that crimes against humanity and torture of the Falun Gong and Uyghurs have been proven beyond reasonable doubt.
The tribunal concluded that the government under the CCP is a criminal regime,
and the atrocity of forced organ harvesting continues to this very day.
This was a shocking conclusion:
The CCP has been killing innocent people and harvesting their organs for profit.
And they are still committing this crime till today!
Within two days after this announcement,
over 27 major global media have either reported or reprinted this news on their websites, Facebook pages, and on Twitter, including The Guardian, Reuters, The Daily Mail, Sky News, Yahoo News, The Sydney Morning Herald, and Newsweek.
According to the report by The Guardian on June 17,
the chair of the Independent Tribunal,
Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, said,
“The conclusion shows that very many people have died indescribably hideous deaths for no reason, that more may suffer in similar ways and that all of us live on a planet where extreme wickedness may be found in the power of those, for the time being, running a country with one of the oldest civilizations known to modern man.”
The Independent People’s Tribunal is chaired
by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC,
who led the prosecution for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.
Its seven members are from different countries,
and are experts in international law, human rights, transplantation, international relations, Chinese history and business.
The composition of the Independent People’s Tribunal is like a jury,
and is commissioned by the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China.
Benedict Rogers, the deputy chairman of the Conservative Party’s human rights commission and the founder of Hong Kong Watch, an NGO,
who has helped set up and been involved in the Independent Tribunal said that during the investigation,
the Tribunal repeatedly invited CCP officials to tell their side of the story,
but what’s interesting is no one wanted to attend or give evidence to the court.
In their final judgment,
the Tribunal found that forced organ harvesting is sanctioned by the CCP government.
Falun gong practitioners has been the main victim of forced organ harvesting, and now other faith groups are at risk.
The Tribunal concluded that
organ harvesting continues to today.
Sir Geoffrey Nice read the verdict in front of an audience of about 200 in court.
He criticized some Western governments for taking no action towards the CCP’s
forced organ harvesting.
Sir Nice said that
if governments around the world take action instead of allowing the CCP escape judicial oversight,
it will help the CCP understand that the practice in which it is engaged has to stop.
Dr. Nevenka Tromp said that the last paragraph of the verdict is a statement to the world that
any organization—political, medical, cultural, economic, etc—
should now recognize dealing with the CCP state is in effect dealing with a criminal state.
Dr. Tromp said more and more people wish to interact with the CCP out of economic gain, but neglect the humanitarian dimension.

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