Q & A WITH ASYA ( ARE WE GETTING BACK TOGETHER ? )

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  1. Y’all see she wearing his hoodie tho😭

  2. Matas: We Cannot Lose the Platform of the United Nations
    David Matas, Canadian human rights lawyer, said that the United Nations (UN) has been slow in responding to China’s forced organ harvesting and calling for an independent investigation. Specifically, he said that response has been isolated, late, and insufficient.

    A joint statement from experts on the United States Human Rights Council in June 2016 highlighted the CCP’s organ harvesting. It called on China to allow independent investigations by international human rights organizations.

    Matas considers this development as progress by the United Nations, because it provides a platform for governments and experts who pay attention to human rights condition in China. More specifically, when prisoners of conscience are subjected to organ harvesting, this platform can be used by various governments and human rights experts to take action.

    Organ Harvesting Will Not End As Long As the CCP Persecutes Falun Gong
    Using both statistical data and graphs, Harold King, Deputy Director of the medical ethics group Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting, illustrated the seriousness of organ harvesting in China.

    He said that the organ harvesting is a campaign launched by the CCP to eradicate Falun Gong practitioners and other minority groups. It is a threat to the entire world because it violates the universal values of society, turning the healthcare industry into a venue of killing.

    Equally egregious, the CCP has been covering up the crime so that the world is ignorant to the fact that the regime is killing its own citizens. King believes that as long as the CCP continues to persecute Falun Gong, the atrocity of forced organ harvesting will not stop.

    He urged governments, international organizations, and individuals to establish a global mechanism to end the crime. “Europe and indeed every single world state,” he said, “are at a crossroads, a crossroads that will determine their very future.”

    Media Professionals: Raising Awareness
    The forum was hosted by Gary Cartwright, publishing editor of the London-based media EU Today, and Andy Vermaut, journalist and human rights advocate.

    “When I started to do my research, it’s not an exaggeration to say that sometimes I had to just close my computer and walk away and take some deep breaths,” explained Cartwright in an interview. He called the organ harvesting “one of the most dehumanizing policies that I’ve ever come across.” He feels a sense of guilt that such abuse is happening “on our watch” in modern society.

    Vermaut also called for more public attention to this ruthless practice. “Everybody talks about the holocaust. Everybody talks about the Rwandan genocides. But there’s not enough attention for this [organ harvesting],” he remarked.

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  4. Life with ashunti

    Is that jay jacket 👀👀

  5. Dis is not funny

  6. Hey ✌🏽

  7. Hello lil bro.jay

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