Leo Hohmann — World Net Daily Nov 15, 2016
New evidence suggests China is engaged in large-scale forced organ harvesting, killing prisoners of conscience, including many Christians, and selling their organs on the lucrative international market.
Just as the establishment politicians and media in the U.S. tried to cover up and hide the Planned Parenthood trade in baby body parts after it was exposed by undercover journalists, the Chinese government and media have also denied any such trade exists in China.
But two investigators who have spent 10 years researching evidence of forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China told the Canadian Parliament’s human rights subcommittee that the practice of killing for profit-driven transplants continues unabated in China, the Epoch Times reports.
International human-rights lawyer David Matas and former Crown attorney and cabinet minister David Kilgour presented the findings of their latest report, released in June, at a House of Commons hearing on Nov. 3.
Based on an analysis of more than 700 organ transplantation centers in China, the report indicated that Chinese hospitals have performed an estimated 60,000 to 100,000 organ transplants a year since the year 2000, and most of the organs were sourced from innocent prisoners of conscience — Uyghurs, Tibetans, home-church Christians and practitioners of Falun Gong meditation.
“For the last 15 years, as you all know, across China there has been regime-sanctioned pillaging and trafficking in the vital organs of prisoners of conscience, overwhelmingly from practitioners of Falun Gong, but also Tibetans, Uyghurs, and some house Christians, to fund an immensely profitable but despicable commerce with wealthy Chinese patients and organ tourists,” Kilgour said.
A billion-dollar industry
The profits generated from the selling of the organs is in the billions of dollars. Matas said the estimates are now even higher with updated figures on the volume of transplants involved each year.
He said the prices have gone up over time partly because of inflation, “and partly because there’s more of a cover-up and there’s enough of a focus that [the Chinese regime] feel they can charge a premium for doing this undercover work,” Matas said.
Matas told the committee that the demonization and mass detention of Falun Gong practitioners, combined with a long-standing practice of sourcing organs from death-row prisoners and hospitals’ need for funding, led to the mass killing of Falun Gong adherents for their organs, according to ChinaAid, an international non-profit Christian human rights organization committed to promoting religious freedom and the rule of law in China.
“Falun Gong practitioners became a ready, inexhaustible source of organs which can be sold to transplant tourists at exorbitant prices,” Matas said.
Hospitals with transplant centers, the report disclosed, indicate that organ transplants are their largest source of revenue. Kilgour told the committee the crimes being committed in China involve many players.
“Organ pillaging in China is a crime in which the Communist Party, state institutions, the health system, hospitals, and the transplant profession are all complicit,” Kilgour said.
End-game for any data-driven society ruled by atheist elites
Patrick Wood, author of “Technocracy Rising: The Trojan Horse of Global Transformation,” said China, as the world’s largest godless technocracy, should serve as a warning to Western democracies that are heading in the same direction with abortion and euthanasia.
Technocracy is a key component of the modern globalization movement promoted by the United Nations and other globalist entities. Wood’s book paints a chilling picture of a centrally planned dictatorship run by mostly unelected elites making decisions for the masses based solely on science and data.
“This [forced organ harvesting] is an example of the dark underside of technocracy that is absolutely repulsive,” Wood said. “Efficiency and recycling are highly regarded by technocrats. Unfortunately, the value of human life is not as highly regarded.”
The technocracy movement was berthed in the 1930s but fell out of favor, only to make a comeback in the 1970s when it was championed by men like Zbigniew Brzezinski, the Polish-American political scientist and geo-strategist who served as national security adviser to President Jimmy Carter.
The Technocracy Study Course (1934, Hubbert & Scott, p. 210) declared a very low view of humans:
“The human animal is composed of chemical atoms which are derived from the ordinary inorganic materials of the earth, and which ultimately return to the place from which they come.”
“If humans are just a container of chemical atoms, with no higher supernatural value, then harvesting organs of undesirables is a no-brainer,” Wood said.
“In the West, the same ideology permits killing unborn babies and euthanasia. Planned Parenthood had no problem with selling aborted body parts, either,” Wood said.
Many Christian leaders have warned that organ harvesting is the natural progression of any society that devalues life. It starts with abortion, then then partial-birth abortion of babies up to the final trimester of pregnancy as championed by Hillary Clinton in her final debate with Donald Trump. From there it goes to various euthanasia schemes, starting with the sick and elderly – Colorado last week became the latest state to approve assisted suicide of the terminally ill. And, finally, the killing spreads to those the state deems “undesirables.”
“But, exactly who are the ‘undesirables’? Whoever the elites say.”
An American investigative journalist, Ethan Gutmann, co-authored the 600-page report with Matas and Kilgour.
Matas and Kilgour have described China’s organ seizure as “the kernel at the center of human rights violations in China,” where doctors – using skills meant to heal – kill helpless prisoners of conscience by extracting their vital organs such as kidneys, livers, and hearts to supply a gruesome and lucrative global trade.
‘We are very clear on this issue’
“We are hearing very carefully these numbers and I think it’s alarming. I think it’s appalling,” NDP MP Cheryl Hardcastle, one of the two vice-chairs of the subcommittee, told reporters after the parliamentary hearing in Ottawa.
The subcommittee, long a bastion of cross-party cooperation, adopted a motion in December 2014 condemning the forced organ harvesting in China and calling for an immediate end to it, and in March 2015 amended the motion to name Falun Gong and Uyghurs as two of the groups targeted.
The Nov. 3 hearing was the first that the current subcommittee has held on this issue since the Liberal government took power a year ago.
“I don’t think there is any disagreement with the previous position which the subcommittee has taken. We are very clear on this issue,” said Conservative MP and subcommittee member David Anderson.
The U.S. House of Representatives unanimously passed a resolution in June condemning the state-sanctioned organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China and calling for an immediate end to the practice. House Resolution 343 also demanded an immediate end to the 17-year campaign of persecution against Falun Gong.