Thursday, April 24, 2008

CBC - It's our duty to shine a light on China

I'm not sure why my comment didn't get posted in response to this. Obviously, someone at the CBC is not ready to hear the truth even if it's spelled out for them. Bless Canada and the CBC!

Mr. Moore, I would appreciate it, if you wouldn't call Falun Gong 'a cult' when reporting on the Games next August. That's just a defamatory lexicon used by the Chinese communist party et al to justify the murdering of Falun Gong practitioners on the operations tables across China for organ theft to go to transplant tourists. Thanks in advance for your kind cooperation and responsible journalistic effort.

BTW, Beijing is about the most unfit Olympic host that anyone could ever think of. Since they got the Games in 2001, all human rights organizations agree that more deaths have occurred inside China under the pretext of the Olympics. Nearly 2000 Falun Gong practitioners have been arrested since January 1--media is mute--focusing their effort outside China.

Helloooo! The blood bath has officially begun inside China! How many more 'undesirables' will be swept under the rug before August?

Too bad the IOC doesn't remind Beijing that this kind of behaviour goes against the Olympic Charter as they should, thus disqualifying any dictatorial host. Rogge's soft whisper 2 weeks ago about human rights is not enough. He should at least urge them to live up to the standard of Olympism and human dignity!
OLYMPIC WATCH: Human Rights in China and Beijing 2008

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