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  4. The Telegraph, a national British daily newspaper, examined the harsh reality of forced organ harvesting in China in a May 27 article titled “Is British science aiding and abetting the Chinese human organ trade?”

    “The forced organ harvesting market is lucrative, and some western experts now suspect they unwittingly promoted medics responsible for it,” wrote senior reporter Henry Bodkin.

    He said that at the beginning of the 2000s, China jumped from a follower to a leader of transplantation technology. Citing information from Wayne Jordash QC, founder of Global Rights Compliance, the article wrote that the organ transplantation hospitals in China tripled within four years. “The volume of kidney transplants grew 510 per cent, liver transplants 1,820 per cent, heart transplants 1,100 per cent and lung transplants 2,450 per cent,” it wrote.

    The problem is that all these have happened in the absence of a voluntary organ donation system. It was estimated that at least hundreds of thousands of Falun Gong practitioners have become victims of forced organ harvesting.

    Witness Testimonies
    Annie Yang, 59, is a translator working in London. While still in China, she was detained in a labor camp outside Beijing between March 2005 and September 2006 for practicing Falun Gong. Besides up to 20 hours a day of labor, she and other detained Falun Gong practitioners were also tortured from time to time.

    But every few weeks, she and other detained practitioners would be sent to a nearby police hospital. “There they underwent a comprehensive series of medical examinations: scans, blood tests, X-rays, you name it. The traumatised women were baffled,” wrote the article, “Why was a regime that so wantonly tortured them also apparently concerned for their underlying health?”

    Yang did not understand that until she fled to UK later and read about reports on forced organ harvesting in China. “My whole body was trembling – I could have been one of them,” she said in an interview with The Telegraph. But she did not know how many fellow inmates are still alive, given the state-sponsored system of forced organ transplantation in China.

    Yang testified two years ago in China Tribunal chaired by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC, the former lead prosecutor against Slobodan Milošević. The tribunal also concluded that “Falun Gong practitioners were serving as the principal source for a system of forced organ harvesting in the People’s Republic of China.”

    Another witnesses is former surgeon Enver Tohti in China. He was ordered to “cut deep and work fast” when removing the organs of political prisoners while they were still alive. Furthermore, 8 UN Special Rapporteurs also found this and other evidence “credible indicators of forced organ harvesting.”

    “In plain language, victims are killed to order, their bodies sliced open for their livers, hearts, kidneys and lungs, even their corneas. The organs are then sold on a fearsomely lucrative international market,” wrote the article, “Kidneys go for anywhere between $50,000 and $120,000, and pancreases between $110,000 and $140,000.”

    Consistent with these findings, “experts believe the Chinese Communist Party is also increasingly willing to allow scientific experiments on unconsenting political prisoners, in an echo of the very darkest practices of Nazi concentration camps,” explained the article.

    Western countries have taken measures to curb the forced organ harvesting. A government bill was passed last month that bans British citizens from traveling overseas to purchase an organ.

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  8. The best one one the deluxe drop

  9. This is definitely Von’s lyrics we know you ain’t like that Durk😂

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