Made in China Tainted in Human Suffering /2008

Made in China Tainted in Human Suffering

ATTENTION CHRISTMAS SHOPPERS……………Zhang Xiaohong (also called Zhang Zhaohong), 29, was detained three times; twice while he was at the Mianyang Xinhua Forced Labor Camp, where he endured severe brainwashing sessions. Zhang had been bound and hung up for a whole night, police have beaten him until nearly every part of his body was bleeding. While being tightly bound with “police” ropes, he passed out. Police also shocked him on his mouth, neck, shoulders, body, and navel all at the same time which severely burned his skin.

With expressed permission from the good people of the Falun Dong Organization I am reprinting their latest news story. I would also implore you to research this story as well as log onto the Falun Gong site. With Bill Clinton’s granting China “Favored Nation Status” we the consumer have become a party to slave labor in a magnitude that staggers the imagination. The absolute brutality being inflicted on Falun Gong members in China is beyond imagination in its barbarism and cruelty. Clearly more than half the populations in China’s Slave Labor Camps are Falun Gong members.

American industries invested in China have become partners in the bustling slave labor market. As a favored nation China has found a way to extract every cent of profitability by utilizing cheap and affordable slave labor. The American public has become the “Enabler” as millions of slaves manufacture goods and supplies for American Markets. Part and parcel we the consumers are financing torture, rape and death of millions of innocent people who are being gathered and tossed in Gulags across China.

The toll in human life has been replaced by concerns for the corporate bottom line. Human beings work and die to produce end tables, cheap radios, clocks and cute little fuzzy toys for baby. Even chemicals and raw materials US Industry uses are produced from slaves who toil and suffer in conditions Hitler would be proud of. Take a look all around you and locate the Made in China sticker on it. Can you smell the dried blood or the cries of innocent people being tortured to death? Then take some time to find out what companies from the US are invested in China. Then log onto the Falun Gong site and see the fruits of your labor. By supporting these companies you must take credited for the blood bath and death that accompanies each and every item you purchase. Imagine a US President, Bill Clinton, paved the way for millions of innocent human beings to be enslaved in Gulags till death. We’ve become a partner in crime and wholesale genocide. So take some time and read the story I’ve included with my ranting. Happy shopping boys and girls.

Urgent Appeal: Widow of Olympic Torture Victim Faces Immediate Sentencing for Practicing Falun Gong

After husband died of torture, wife is at risk of long-term imprisonment

24 Nov 2008

New York—The widow of a well-known musician and Falun Gong adherent who died from abuse in police custody is scheduled to be sentenced to a potentially long prison term in a Beijing Court on Tuesday morning Beijing time (Monday evening EST).

Ms. Xu Na and her husband Yu Zhou, a popular folk band member, were arrested in Beijing on January 26 while returning home from a performance by Yu’s band. They were stopped by police at one of many check-points setup throughout Beijing in the run-up to the Olympics as part of Beijing’s efforts to stamp out potential dissent before the Games began. During the stop, police discovered they were practitioners of Falun Gong.

Eleven days later, Yu’s family was told to go to the Qinghe Emergency Center. When his family arrived, they found him dead. (news) Soon after, Yu’s death was mourned in the Chinese blogosphere and reported on by The (London) Times (news). It was also included in a recent submission by Amnesty International to the United Nations Committee on Torture (news)

His wife Xu Na, herself an award-winning artist, has remained in detention since the couple’s arrest. In April, her family was notified that she was to be charged with “using a heretical organization to undermine implementation of the law,” a vague provision of the penal code commonly used to sentence Falun Gong adherents to prison terms of up to 12 years. (Amnesty report)

According to sources inside China, Beijing’s Chongwen District Court is scheduled to announce the result of the trial against Xu on November 25, at 9am (Beijing time). The court’s address is 10 Yong Wai Ding An Li, Chongwen District, Beijing.

Xu has been represented by Mr. Cheng Hai of Yitong Law Firm, a well-known human rights lawyer, who has pleaded Xu’s innocence. She was released in 2006 after serving a five year sentence for having lent her apartment to Falun Gong adherents traveling to Beijing to appeal to the authorities for an end to the persecution campaign. While in detention, she was reportedly subjected to torture, including beatings, sleep deprivation, forced-feeding, and being tied into uncomfortable positions for hours.

The Falun Dafa Information Center urges members of the foreign media and diplomatic corps to seek to observe the hearing, fully investigate the circumstances surrounding Xu’s trial, and call for her immediate and unconditional release.

For more information and a timeline of Xu’s case see: http://www.faluninfo.net/article/675/?cid=84

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