No More Chinese Communist Party

May 22, 2010

David Kilgour and David Matas’ recommendations on how to curb organ harvesting in China

ET: For organs trafficked in China or any other jurisdiction, David Matas and I would encourage you to consider some or all of the twenty recommendations in our book Bloody Harvest, including:

• Urging the party-state in China to:

– Cease the repression, imprisonment and mistreatment of Falun Gong practitioners;
– Cease organ-harvesting from all prisoners;
– Remove its military from the organ transplant business;
– Establish and regulate a legitimate organ donor system (Every organ transplant donor should consent to the donation in writing. These consents should be available for inspection by international human rights officials.);
– Open all detention centers, including forced labour camps, for international investigation; and
– Free Gao Zhisheng, a human rights lawyer who has become ‘the conscience of China’, and permit him to reunite with his family.

• Implementing the following measures and enforcing them until the party-state in China ceases organ pillaging from prisoners:

– EU medical professionals should actively discourage their patients from going to China for transplant surgery;
– EU governments should not issue visas to Chinese MDs seeking training in organ or body tissue transplantation;
– EU MDs should not travel to China to give training in transplant surgery;
– Contributions submitted to EU medical journals about the Chinese experience should be rejected;
– EU pharmaceutical companies should be barred from exporting to China any drugs used solely in transplant surgery;
– The EU Parliament should enact extraterritorial legislation, penalizing participation in organ transplants without consent; and
– All EU governments should bar entry to any person known to be participating in organ trafficking without informed consent.

David Matas has been nominated for the Nobel Peace prize this year for his investigative work on live organ theft from the Falun Gong by the Chinese communist regime


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