Christians being killed for organ harvesting – Elites decide who the ‘undesirables’ are

    By Nate  Published: November 16, 2016


    New evidence suggests China is engaged in large-scale forced organ harvesting, killing prisoners of conscience, including many Christians, and selling their organs on the lucrative international market.

    Just as the establishment politicians and media in the U.S. tried to cover up and hide the Planned Parenthood trade in baby body parts after it was exposed by undercover journalists, the Chinese government and media have also denied any such trade exists in China.

    But two investigators who have spent 10 years researching evidence of forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience in China told the Canadian Parliament’s human rights subcommittee that the practice of killing for profit-driven transplants continues unabated in China, the Epoch Times reports.

    International human-rights lawyer David Matas and former Crown attorney and cabinet minister David Kilgour presented the findings of their latest report, released in June, at a House of Commons hearing on Nov. 3.

    Based on an analysis of more than 700 organ transplantation centers in China, the report indicated that Chinese hospitals have performed an estimated 60,000 to 100,000 organ transplants a year since the year 2000, and most of the organs were sourced from innocent prisoners of conscience — Uyghurs, Tibetans, home-church Christians and practitioners of Falun Gong meditation.

    “For the last 15 years, as you all know, across China there has been regime-sanctioned pillaging and trafficking in the vital organs of prisoners of conscience, overwhelmingly from practitioners of Falun Gong, but also Tibetans, Uyghurs, and some house Christians, to fund an immensely profitable but despicable commerce with wealthy Chinese patients and organ tourists,” Kilgour said.

    The remainder of this article is available in its entirety at WND

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