Behind the Curtain of China’s Corrupt and Murderous Organ Transplant Industry
China is known for many things, some good and some not so good. We all know about their most recent “not-so-good” thing that will never be forgotten, but there are many other things as well.
There are actually three things that come to mind immediately that causes China to leave a bad taste in my mouth.
The first thing is the whole restriction on how many children you’re allowed to have. I mean, even when I was a kid I knew about this so it’s been going on for a long time.
Second, the Taiwan debacle in which Taiwan is supposed to be a part of China now and how celebrities and even officials at the World Health Organization are afraid to say anything contrary. I’m sure most of you remember John Cena’s apology video after he said something about Taiwan not being a part of China. The video seemed like the man had a gun to his head or something.
And then the third thing is, of course, Mao Zedong which stupid American socialists seem to idolize for some bizarre and disturbing reason.
But were you aware of their organ transplant industry? Surgeons are essentially executioners employed by the state to kill people in order to harvest their organs.
In a study which was published in the American Journal of Transplantation on April 4, they looked at over 120,000 Chinese-language organ transplant publications and found 71 papers in which doctors carved out hearts and lungs from people for transplants without first performing a test to establish brain death, revealing that patients were killed for their organs.
Between 1980 and 2015, the problematic publications were published, during which time China had no established voluntary donation mechanism in effect and few voluntary donors. The authorities stated that the majority of organs for transplant were obtained from executed inmates at the time.
However, claims and study surfaced in the early 2000s that Beijing was forcibly collecting the organs of jailed political prisoners.
These charges were proven “beyond a reasonable doubt” by an independent people’s tribunal in 2019, which found that such atrocities had been committed on a large scale for a long time, with the persecuted faith organization Falun Gong serving as a key supply of organs.
There has actually been several documentaries on the matter.