Bloody Organ Harvesting, Kidney Transplant master Jumped off Building
A few days ago, a Beijing source revealed that Jiang Zemin
died recently, and is currently relying on life-support, in a vegetative state.
Jiang is actually incapable of playing any role in the current
intense infighting in the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP).
Zhou Yongkang is the key person in Jiang faction’s,
the source said.
Uncertainty over whether Jiang is dead or alive has lasted for
long enough that people no longer pay much attention to the issue.
On March 29, Duowei website said that
Jiang’s mistress, former Shenzhen party secretary,
Huang Liman , claimed she saw Jiang practicing calligraphy
at home on March 26, cursing rumors of his death as “shameless”.
Writer Zhou Yahui commented, “Huang is still beyond the law
because she is protected by Jiang’s faction.
However, Huang’s good days won’t last long.
Once Jiang dies or loses power, Huang will be sent to jail.”
Recently, the media exposed that many prominent figures in
organ transplantation have committed suicide one after another.
Reports said 84-year-old Li Leishi, a leading figure in kidney
transplant, jumped from the 14th floor of his building at home in Nanjing on March 16, 2010.
Organ transplant expert Li Baochun, who worked for Shanghai
No.2 Military Medical University, jumped from the 12th floor of a hospital building in early May, 2007.
A source revealed that many doctors involved in
organ transplant have been suffering from insomnia, night-sweats, nightmares and so on.
Members of the public have said this is karmic payback
for having done bad things.
Meanwhile, the CCP’s attempts to cover up its evil act of
live organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners is bringing the issue to the attention of the public again.
In the early 2006, David Matas, the Canadian independent
investigator and renowned human rights lawyer, along with former Canadian politician, David Kigour
published a report: “Bloody Harvest：Revised Report into the Allegations
of Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China”.
The report concluded that there is sufficient evidence to prove
the existence of live organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners.
The report says between 2000 and 2005, after the CCP began
to persecute Falun Gong, there were 60,000 organ transplant cases.
Between 1994 and 1999, within 6 years, only 18,500 organs
were transplanted with identified donor sources.
The only explanation for the extra 41,500 organs in
2000-2005 is that they came from Falun Gong practitioners.
On March 29, People’s Daily online published a profile of
Leung Chun-ying, the new Hong Kong’s Chief Executive, in the appointments column.
Initially they called him ‘Comrade’ but later deleted the word.
Although Leung has repeatedly denied being a secret member
of the CCP, people remain suspicious about his allegiances.
Many netizens joked that Leung was the Hong Kong party
secretary, party committee secretary, standing committee and mayor.