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Mainland media recently published a few news articles
related to organ transplantion, for example,
"Detailed Exposure of the Largest Case of Selling Kidneys:
A Grade A Class III Hospital Turns
into Transplantion Factory".
Another article, "China Will Conduct a Serious Investigation
into Illegal Trading in Human Organs" or "Chinese Organ
Donation Far Less than Demand" and so on.
After these articles were put together, analysts found
many secrets about the "Chinese Communist Party's (CCP) human
organ harvesting from living people" which has been
reported by overseas media.
Mainland media reported on the 22nd that the
largest human organ trading case in China to date, involves
51 kidneys and more than 10.34 million in illicit money.
Transplant recipients who had to pay around 80,000
to 100,000 yuan (US$ 13,000 to 16,000 ) for hospitalization,
medicine, surgery fees etc.
In addition to being shocked by the high profits of organ
transplantation, the public noticed more that in this case,
the direct surgery doctor happens to be chief of the urology
department of a Beijing hospital.
This hospital has the qualification of Grade A Class III.
The so-called "A III Hospitals" is
the "Grade A Class III hospitals" for short.
Mainland hospitals are divided into three grades
and nine classes, "A III" is equivalent
to the highest level of the hospital.
At the end of 2012, there were only 35 hospitals
with Grade A Class III qualification in Beijing.
Mainland media also widely reported a message on the 18th
that the authorities would conduct a serious investigation
of illegal trading in human organs.
An article published on Xinhua Network states: from 2010
to last year, after three years' of a pilot implementation
of the so-called "voluntary organ donation system
after a citizen's death" ran until the 14th August.
A total of 2107 voluntary organ donors
who donated organs reached 5,787.
Caixin Network reports that about 300,000 people every year in
China need organ transplants, but "only about 10 thousand
people can truly have the opportunity to access
the transplanted organs".
This is based on statistics provided by the CCP's
State Health and Family Planning Commission.
Comparing the actual amount of 10,000 organ transplant cases
each year, and the accumulated 5787 donors from 2010 to August,
the public questions, where were the other organs obtained?
Who has the ability to resource such
a large number of human organs?
US-based political commentator Li Shankan:
The gap is very clearly a black hole.
When you have a few thousand cases of transplants which have
no organ sources, there is already sufficient reason to doubt.
Does it constitute a huge crime system?
Who can carry out such a big operation?"
Back in early 2006, witnesses from China for the first time
provided testimonies in the international arena
that the CCP Authorities systematically had executed
the organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners.
A few months later, the former Chief of Asia-Pacific Division
of Canada Government, a senior Member of Parliament
David Kilgour and international human rights lawyer
David Matas reached the following conclusion.
The allegations of the CCP executing organ harvesting from
live Falun Gong practitioners are true after
an independent investigation.
This year, senior media person Gutmann from the United States
also published a new book "The Slaughter" for which he took a
5 years to collect the testimonies by
interviewing several witnesses.
He estimated that, in order to undertake live organ
harvesting, the CCP authorities killed 65,000 Falun Gong
practitioners between the years 2000 and 2008.
Under the circumstances of more and more evidence emerging
in the international community, the mainland media recently
reported on the so-called largest organ trading case.
Additionally, they reported on a thorough investigation
into the illegal sale of human organs.
So the comments believe that this is
not a coincidence in terms of time.
US-based commentator Li Shankan:
It (CCP) is diverting attention, the international pressure is
growing, and more and more Chinese people know about this
information through a variety of channels.
But many people do not dare to believe the facts.
It (CCP) is using this matter to confuse people.
To date, the world's mainstream media and governments have
accepted the fact, but this matter is still
happening in China!
Who will take the responsibility?