Saturday, December 1, 2012

China Offers Financial Rewards for Organs Transplant Amidst Harvesting Claims


Chinese people may soon be getting financial incentives to give up their organs, state-run Xinhua News Agency reported on Friday (November 23). Officially, China carries out about 10,000 organ transplants each year. But with a cultural aversion to organ donation, the Chinese regime has been unable to explain where the bulk of the organs come from. 
Rather than offering detailed explanations, health authorities have launched new initiatives to encourage people to be organ donors. According to Xinhua, Vice Health Minister Huang Jeifu said this week that donors could be compensated with lower medical fees, tax reductions and funeral expenses.
But critics say the move is a way to cover up the fact that the regime has been killing prisoners of conscience for their organs.
[Li Shanjian, China Analyst] 
“What it’s doing now is to cover up. It wants to use some methods that the public can be more accepting of to cover up the unthinkable acts that it’s been doing all this time.”
In 2006, two Canadian investigators published their findings for claims that the Chinese regime was harvesting organs from detained Falun Gong adherents. Chinese authorities have denied the accusations, but did not address specific points raised in the report.
But, after insisting first that only voluntarily donated organs were used, the regime began to admit to using executed prisoners as a main source of organs.
More recently, as international pressure mounted for the regime to explain the forced organ harvesting allegations, Chinese health officials announced plans to scale back the reliance on prisoners, and that the public would be urged to donate instead. 
[Dr. Charles Li, Persecuted Falun Gong Practitioner] 
“Their point is to avoid addressing the crimes of taking organs from living Falun Gong practitioners. Now it’s trialing these so-called organ donation locations. It’s the same thing. Whatever it does, it’s trying to cover up.”
During a visit to Guangdong province this week, Huang claimed an organ donation trial set up in March 2010 has been successful. He said more than 1,200 organs have been donated from 465 cases between March 2010 to September 2012. Huang’s words fly in the face of a report by Beijing News in March 2011. It called the system a failure with only 37 people having registered to be donors in 12 months.
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Let’s find “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party”(VCD, books)!
Quit the Evil Chinese Communist Party or its affiliated organizations today!