There is still time—but not much—to change your position on the communist regime in China. In the battle between good and evil, there can be no bystanders.
The gang that has terrorized its own people for 60 years is playing an end game. More than 115 million members of the Chinese Communist Party, Youth League, and Young Pioneers have withdrawn their membership and their hearts. Civic unrest and voices of dissent form a rising tide that the corrupt security apparatus cannot stem.
On November 1, 2007, US Congressman John R. Kuhl, Jr., wrote a letter to the Ambassador of China, to voice his support for efforts to investigate and halt the practice of involuntary organ harvesting of Falun Gong prisoners in China. Below is the text of the letter.
We are family members of Falun Gong practitioners who are unconstitutionally detained at the Baimalong Forced Labor Camp in Zhuzhou City, Hunan Province. In the past six years we have watched our loved ones abused and tortured at the hands of the labor camp guards, yet the labor camp authorities do not admit to any crimes. None of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime's judicial or legal bureaus has ever punished these criminals. The cruel persecution is persisting and escalating. Justice and conscience forbid us from remaining silent. We, together with the other 552 family members of Falun Gong practitioners who appealed to the international community on September 1, 2005, total 1,072, are again appealing for help from the international community. We call on the international community to condemn and stop these atrocities. We strongly urge international human rights organizations to take measures against these crimes against humanity.