The killing of Falun Gong for their organs
David Matas and David Kilgour
Feb 18, 2010: Kilgour and Matas Nominated for Nobel Peace Prize
There have been allegations that Falun Gong prisoners in China who refused to recant after torture, and who have “disappeared” by the thousands, have been killed in order to supply human organs for organ transplant services offered to foreigners. By means of intensive research and interviews, the authors have developed a persuasive argument that supports those allegations.
The book is an updated version of the final report (released January 2007 and translated into 19 languages) commissioned by the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of the Falun Gong. It contains new material and interviews, and is in two parts. The first section sets out the evidence; the second section details the reactions the final report received and the advocacy Matas and Kilgour undertook to end the abuse that they conclusively identified.
“Falun Gong are a peaceable, spiritual group who have never harmed anybody. Tragically they are to the Beijing regime what the Jews were to the Nazis – an internal enemy.”
~ Edward McMillan-Scott, MEP (Yorkshire & Humber, U.K.) Vice-President of the European Parliament
“It’s important for more attention to be paid to this issue so that every person is aware that the communist regime in China is engaged in this type of ghoulish crime.”
~ Dana Rohrabacher, U.S. Congress Representative
“The ‘Two Davids’ will one day be pointed to as an example of those who through their work travelled into a modern ‘heart of darkness’ to expose its horror.”
~ Borys Wrzesnewskyj, MP author of Bill C-381 to address the trafficking and transplantation of human organs and body parts
Click HERE to read the article in OnManitoba magazine April 2011 (PDF file)