BLOODY GIFTS! Chinese-Made Christmas Booty Made By Torture Victims

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THIS STUFFED Bugs Bunny, made in China, could have had blood on it — literally.

The evidence is there, more in black and white than in color.

It’s from a documentary motion picture titled Free China: The Courage To Believe. It was shown in Philadelphia last week at the Greater Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce offices. This movie proves much of Chinese junk goods sold over the counters this Christmas to unsuspecting Americans were produced by the blood-letting of hundreds of thousands of Chinese prisoners, many of them from the population of Falun Gong followers, native Chinese who practice this ancient Buddhist meditation practice.

The products – from cuddly teddy bears, floppy-eared Bugs Bunnys and long trails of Christmas lights and ornaments, to thousands of other such trinkets – often had to be wiped clean of the blood left by the hands of prisoners before they were packaged. That blood dripped onto the items from the hands of prisoners during 18 hours of knitting, needling, wiring daily every day of every month of every year of imprisonment.

The blood, not seen, came from these same prisoners, whose organs were harvested from the fittest of them – hearts, kidneys, lungs and eyes.

The motion picture was born from a memoir painfully remembered and meticulously recorded by authoress Jennifer Zeng and surreptitiously photographed by hundreds of Chinese with phone cameras.

Titled Witnessing History, the book documents the scourging torture suffered by Zeng, who was forced to denounce Falun Gong, and Charles Lee, an American businessman, who voiced his concerns over the ill treatment of Chinese by its government and was imprisoned and badgered throughout his three-year term, regardless of American government protest.

The memoir and the movie have been made possible by Chinese scattered across America. Their work has resulted in the creation of New Tang Dynasty Television, which is a 501c(3) nonprofit. It broadcasts 24/7 into mainland China via Freedom Satellite and internet anti-censorship platforms.

AUTHOR Jennifer Zeng, whose hands bled as she made products shipped to America while a prisoner of her Chinese government. Her book is now a documentary exposing cruelty inflicted on prison populations.

Not buying Chinese-made products will send a message of hope to beleaguered prisoners and to Chinese willing to demo­nstrate, at the risk of imprisonment, against the lack of freedom under which they live. A Christmas gift to NTD would go a long way to bringing more pressure to bear on the Chinese government to free its religious prisoners, who include Falun Gong, Buddhists and Christians.

NTD’s ability to bridge over China’s censorship barriers via the internet is beginning to awaken that population to the illegal practices of their government. Donations can be sent to New Tang Dynasty Television, 229 W. 28th Street, New York, NY 10001.

The bulk of political prisoners come from the ranks of the disciples of Falun Gong, a deep-rooted Asian tradition, which was taught privately until 1992, when it was introduced publicly to the Chinese people. Its rapid growth alarmed the Chinese Communist Party which saw it as a growing anti-government force, launching a vicious persecution which continues unabated to this day.


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6 Responses to BLOODY GIFTS! Chinese-Made Christmas Booty Made By Torture Victims

  1. Thank you so much for making this known to the American public! I came from China and still have friends being jailed in China for their religious beliefs or having thoughts/beliefs that make Chinese Communist Party fearful of loosing control of people’s minds.

    America used to be very supportive of human rights. But now human rights is secondary to large corporations’ or CEOs’ personal interests (not American people’s interests). Because millions of American people have been put out of jobs by these CEOs’ corporate strategy to offshore jobs to China in order to take advantage of the slave labor used for “Made in China” products.

    The current US-China policy puts large corporations’ CEOs’ personal interests above the American people and the Chinese people’s wellbeing. America’s large corporations’ CEOs and the Chinese government are the only two agents who benefit from this US-China business relationship. The victims are the American people and Chinese people.

    The American people needs to know this and put an end to this toxic US-China relationship.

    Please sign this White House Petition on China’s business of organ-harvesting.

    Thank you!

    December 8, 2012 at 10:40 pm

  2. Chinese Communist Party oppressing its people, and making its people slaves, brutally exploting them.

    No freedom of speach, belief and expression. Torturing Falun Gong, Uygurs and Tibetans, selling their organs and corpses for profit.

    West must start manufacturing things themselves, no more exporting everything from China.

    Chininese Communist system must go, and demockrasi must come soon.

    Thank you for your countributions

    Hamdi Balci
    December 9, 2012 at 3:57 am

  3. Thanks for this.

    Jennifer Zeng is an outstanding citizen of the world with great courage and heart.

    David Kilgour
    December 9, 2012 at 7:58 am

  4. Thank you, Jennifer, for speaking out. I saw the documentary a month ago, and now am boycotting Made in China, though items may cost a bit more. But I buy fair trade and organic. Of course I want human rights respected.

    I have had sales clerks look astonished, when I started by asking, where it that TV made? If more and more of us do this, this is another way of making a difference – especially if we do not only boycott, but let people know we are boycotting Made in China and why we are doing this.

    December 9, 2012 at 10:48 am

  5. Thank you for this informative article. I hope everyone looks at everything they buy this holiday season and put anything and everything “Made in China” BACK on the shelf!

    Ann F Corson MD
    December 9, 2012 at 8:00 pm

  6. I also boycott “Made in China”. I’d prefer pay more and buy from pretty much any other country, especially countries that are strong on human rights.

    Communism hasn’t gone away, it just got smarter; but it’s as evil as ever. If you look in google images, search for “torture and falun”, you’ll get a pretty good idea of what the Chinese communist regime is busying itself with today.

    The day that communism is gone from this planet is that day that we can all have a great sigh of relief. China’s communist system is rotten to the core. As an Australian, I’m ashamed that my country still does business with the Chinese regime.

    Jason Wyatt
    December 12, 2012 at 8:21 am

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