WHO leaders have repeatedly shown support for the Chinese Communist Party’s contested organ transplantation system.
The World Health Organization is at the center of criticism both for its misconduct regarding the pandemic caused by the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus and for its connections and cover-ups with the CCP.
In hindsight, human rights activists and health experts are questioning the approval that the WHO has repeatedly given the CCP’s controversial organ donation program.
Earlier this year, a London-based Independent Tribunal on the Forced Removal of Organs from Prisoners of Conscience in China ruled, “The Tribunal’s members are certain—unanimously, and sure beyond reasonable doubt—that in China forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience has been practiced for a substantial period of time involving a very substantial number of victims.”
The more than 500-page judgement details a wealth of hard evidence and heartbreaking testimony, which testifies to the forced removal of organs on a significant scale, and Falun Gong practitioners have been one, and probably the main, source of organ supply.
The court has had no evidence that the important infrastructure associated with the CCP’s transplant industry has been dismantled, and without a satisfactory explanation of the source of readily available organs, concludes that the forced removal of organs continues to this day.
According to a FOX News story, the Chinese Communist Party used prisoners of conscience for decades to harvest organs for an industry valued at more than $1 billion. In 2015, after facing pressure from human rights organizations and social activist groups, the CCP announced that its official policy had changed and it would only harvest organs after the death of the donor.
“The industry has continued to grow at a rapid pace over the past decade, and it became a large lucrative industry for the CCP. It won’t stop unless its crimes are fully exposed and sanctioned/prosecuted by international communities,” Xiaoxu “Sean” Lin, a microbiologist and activist/spokesman for the Washington-based Falun Dafa Association, told Fox News.
Numerous human rights groups have repeatedly called on the WHO and the United Nations to investigate the terrible allegations against the CCP. Instead, and to the frustration of many, the WHO, far from investigating, repeatedly praised the organ-donation program.
These are some of the signs of WHO’s approval of the questioned organ transplant system compiled by Fox News:
- At the 27th International Congress of the Transplant Society in Spain, Dr. José Núñez, who oversees the collection of organ transplant data worldwide for the WHO, criticized the accusations related to the theft of organs in China as “rumors.”
- Months after the Chinese court published its preliminary findings revealing the organ harvesting, Nuñez told Chinese media that the country’s “organ transplant reform has achieved remarkable results in a short period (…) China’s experience can serve as a model for the entire Asian region and the world.”
- Dr. Francis L. Delmonico, chairman of the WHO Working Group on Organ Donation and Transplantation, said, “The most important feature of China’s experience in organ transplantation is the strong support from the Chinese government [CCP], which is an example that many countries should follow.”
- Dr. Edward Kelley, director of the Department of Service Delivery and Security at WHO headquarters, according to CCP state media said that China and other countries participating in the meeting are “global models in the field of organ transplantation.”
STORY ON ORGAN HARVESTING FROM FALUN GONG PRACTITIONERS
It was in March 2006 that this atrocity was first heard of. A Chinese woman reported that around 4,000 Falun Gong practitioners had been killed for their organs in the hospital where she worked. She also said that her husband, a surgeon at the same hospital outside Shenyang, told her that he had removed the corneas of some 2,000 living Falun Gong practitioners.
A week later, a Chinese military doctor not only corroborated the woman’s story but said that these atrocities were taking place in 36 different concentration camps across the country. The largest, he said, held 120,000 people. He said he witnessed Falun Gong practitioners being transported en masse across the country on cattle trains, at night, and under strict security.
Falun Gong supporters and human rights activists immediately began investigating the allegations. They made calls to Chinese hospitals pretending to be buyers of kidneys or livers. To their horror, one after another, doctors openly confirmed: We have Falun Gong stock; just come and you can have your organ in a week.
Shocked by these reports, two prominent Canadian human rights lawyers launched their own investigation. In July 2006, former Secretary of State for Asia Pacific David Kilgour and human rights lawyer David Matas released their 140-page report, which concluded, “We come to the regrettable conclusion that the allegations are true. Their research also concluded that a large number of organs transplanted in China since the persecution began in 1999 could not have been provided by volunteer donors or executed prisoners.”
In late May, after an investigation into the WHO’s links with the Chinese Communist Party, amid a massive outbreak of the CCP Virus, President Trump withdrew the organization’s U.S. funding.