According to WhatsNew2Day, the Korean film “Squid Game” has garnered fans from over 90 countries since its launch on Netflix in September, fast becoming the most successful foreign film in Netflix’s history.
Although the content of this movie is fictional, some of the events portrayed in the movie have been taking place in China. The Daily Mail on Oct. 17 quoted human rights organizations as saying that the forced harvesting and sale of human organs is even worse than in the movie “Squid Game.” Organ harvesting in China is done when prisoners are still alive, and the Chinese government also is involved. Every year 100,000 political dissidents and prisoners have their hearts, kidneys, livers, and corneas removed. They sell to the “murder on-demand” network for money.
The World Health Organization (WHO) receives “incomplete and misleading” data from hospitals heavily regulated by the Chinese government. So the international community has not been able to stop this massacre.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights released a statement accusing the Chinese authorities of “specifically targeting [suppression] at incarcerated ethnic, linguistic or religious groups.” And make 1 billion dollars a year. The move comes just a week before Netflix releases Squid Game.
Nine United Nations special rapporteurs from the Human Rights Council spent more than a year gathering eyewitness accounts and studying China’s suspicious organ donation rates. “United Nations, human rights experts, said today they are deeply shocked by reports of alleged ‘organ harvesting’ against ethnic minority groups detained in China.
Persecuted groups include Falun Gong practitioners, Uighurs, Tibetans, Muslims, and Christians.” “If they do not renounce their faith or refuse to cooperate with the police, some prisoners will be threatened with death or the police will threaten them with organ harvesting.”
“According to credible information they have received, detainees [in the above categories] can be forced to undertake blood tests and organ examinations such as ultrasounds and X-rays without their agreement.” “While other prisoners do not need to do this type of test, check.” “Test results are entered into the live organ source database to facilitate organ supply.”
The statement also quoted a witness saying, “the most common organs taken from prisoners were the heart, kidney, liver, cornea, and less common parts of the liver. Surgeons, anesthesiologists and other medical professionals” have been engaged in organ sales in China.
One of the “danger signals” of China’s organ transplant system is that transplant recipients can schedule surgery at a specific time and place. In health systems in other countries, this is not the case because the surgeon cannot predict when the donor will die.
According to WHO-approved “ethical” procedures, organs from the deceased will be transplanted to the most urgent patients on the transplant list. Many patients may have to wait years for a transplant because these patients must have the same blood type and the same organ size as the donor.
During the 2019 hearing of the “Independent China Court,” held in the UK, it was pointed out a “kill-on-demand” system operates in China. A call to a hospital in China was made during the hearing. The recording of the conversation showed that the hospital approved the transplant request in a speedy time, which is almost unheard of in other hospitals around the world.
In an excerpt of the call, Dr. Feng Zhendong of the People’s Liberation Army’s 107th Hospital in Shandong province told investigators by phone that a “large number of organs” had been delivered to the hospital every month.
Although many human rights organizations and individuals have presented evidence of organ harvesting in China, Beijing can still cover up its human rights abuses by reporting a lack of transplant data to the WHO, and the organization has been forced to accept these statistics.
Ms. Susie Hughes, the executive director of the “International Coalition to End Organ Transplant Abuse in China,” said that Beijing’s claim that it only performs between 10,000 and 20,000 organ transplants a year Is not right.
She told the Daily Mail: “Recent statistical analysis of China’s current organ transplant system shows that the figures given by China are all fabricated. When you examine hospital income, bed usage, and China’s official data on surgical team numbers, the numbers are more likely to be 60,000 to 100,000 organ transplants per year.”
The “Independent China Court” said that Uighur Muslims and Falun Gong practitioners are the main victims of being used as “organ banks” for buyers inside and outside China.
A Falun Gong practitioner, Liu Jintao, has provided terrifying testimony to human rights groups. Liu said, “I was detained with eight drug addicts, who were usually lured to mistreat Falun Gong practitioners. These drug addicts took turns persecuting me on the orders of the prison guards. There are surveillance cameras in prison, so the guards know everything that happens in there. One day, a drug-addicted prisoner was hitting me in the back and waist, another inmate came in from the outside shouting, ‘Don’t damage his organs!'”.
Uighur inmate Zumuret Dawut said that she was taken to the hospital for an organ scan on the first day of her three-month detention.
She said in her testimony: “It was only after they took off the black hood over my head that I learned that I was in the hospital. I saw that there were uniformed police everywhere, there were people in white coats walking around, so I guess I was in the hospital. They took a blood sample and then X-rayed my internal organs.”
Another Falun Gong practitioner detained for six years named Yu Xinhui said that a doctor in the prison system tried to remind him to pay attention to this horror.
“A prison doctor sympathizing with us Falun Gong practitioners privately instructed me not to oppose the CCP,” Yu testified in his evidence. Don’t stand in the way of their progress. If you do so, you will have no idea how you died when the time comes. You have no idea where your heart, liver, spleen, or lungs are going until that time.”
Despite these clear pieces of evidence, the CCP repeatedly denies that there is an organ harvesting operation happening in China. They called the UN statement “fabricated” and “slanderous.” The CCP also describes the witnesses who gave testimonies about organ harvesting as “actors.”