In September 2022, the China (CCP) Human Organ Donation Administration Center’s website showed that more than 5 million people had signed up to donate organs independently. A U.S. expert raises doubts about the number.
Dr. Katrina Lantos Swett is co-chair of the 2022 International Religious Freedom Summit and was previously chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF).
In an interview with Chinese language media Da Ji Yuan , she said that the number 5 million is “very large.”
In the interview, Dr. Sweet said she doesn’t believe anything the Chinese government says. We can’t believe what they say on the surface because they are unclear and dishonest about many things, including the COVID virus. If the CCP is open and honest about how this very dangerous virus got started, the world might be able to stop this disaster and stop COVID from spreading.
She stressed that the CCP’s words couldn’t be trusted.
Dr. Sweet said that even in the U.S., where the voluntary organ donation system is well-developed, the waiting time for organ transplants is measured in years and months, but in China, it is measured in days.
She said that in the U.S., more than 100 million people have signed up to be organ donors after they die. But still, you have to wait for an organ transplant for months or even years. According to the Donate Life America Annual Update, as of August 2022, 170 million Americans have voluntarily signed up to donate organs after they die.
She said we don’t have to be a math genius to figure this out. In a country with more than a billion people, China could have 5 million people sign up to donate organs voluntarily, and people would only have to wait a few days for a liver transplant or a lung transplant. It’s not possible according to math.
Only a few days of waiting
Mu Jiangang is a teacher at China’s Lanzhou University. She waited only four days for a heart transplant donor on May 6.
In June 2020, Wuhan Union Medical College Hospital prepared four hearts that were a good match for Sun Lingling, a 24-year-old patient. They did this one by one and then chose the best donor to use in her heart transplant surgery.
After COVID spread, people with severe symptoms were quickly given double-lung transplants, which raised questions about where the organs came from.
A 59-year-old man with severe COVID symptoms got a double lung transplant on February 29, 2020, at a hospital in Wuxi City, Jiangsu Province, China. The patient only had to wait five days in the hospital before surgery. The chief surgeon was Chen Jingyu.
The next day, on March 1, a woman with a new coronavirus was given a double-lung transplant at a hospital in Zhejiang, China. The chief surgeon was Han Weili.
On March 10 of the same year, a 73-year-old man with COVID got a double lung transplant from Chen Jingyu. The surgery waiting time was less than five days.
Dr. Sweet mentioned that in China, people could even book organ transplants ahead of time. She said mathematically speaking, you can pre-order organs in China, like livers for this blood type or lungs for that blood type.
She explained that this is how China’s organ transplant business works. This business has grown into a vast organ transplant tourism business, and China makes a lot of money, which is evil and immoral.
In 2006, shocking reports came out that China was taking organs from Falun Gong followers who were in jail. According to these reports, Falun Gong, a spiritual meditation practice, was targeted for “elimination” by Jiang Zemin in 1999. Jiang Zemin was the leader of the Chinese Communist Party at the time.
As a result, tens of thousands of Falun Gong practitioners were sent to labor camps and jails, had their organs checked, and died or went missing. The group says that many people were killed for their organs, then sold to China’s transplant industry as it grew and turned into a billion-dollar business.
This is backed up by what former prisoners, their families, patients, and surgeons have said. During this time, many Chinese transplant surgeons wrote articles that talked openly about how they operated on prisoners who “were alive and breathing as the surgeons cut their hearts out.”
This was written up in a 2022 report in the respected American Journal of Transplantation by Matthew Robertson, a research fellow at the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, and Dr. Jacob Lavee, an Israeli doctor.
Last year, 12 independent U.N. experts said they were “extremely alarmed” by “credible information” that forced organ harvesting was still going on and was aimed at China’s religious minorities.
Several sources said that there is evidence that the atrocity has spread to Xinjiang’s huge network of closed detention camps. These camps were built after 2015, which is important, and both the Republican and Democratic administrations have recognized them as the place where China’s Uyghur Muslims are being killed.