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Monday, May 28, 2012

China executes young people for body organs!

Blogman's Notes:

Shocking as the title of this entry sounds, it is nonetheless the truth. This is the same China that is the darling of the Political / Financial elites of the world having built it up to the status of the #2 Economy in the world while destroying the economies of most of the developed world, the US in particular. In the following Guardian Report on the selling of Body organs, especially kidneys, of healthy people, for profit, what caught my eye was a small paragraph that states that China has promised to stop harvesting organs of executed prisoners by 2017. First of all why are they harvesting organs of people that they execute, and if they truly intend to stop this heinous practice, why wait till 2017? There have been accusations in the alternative media, never in the mainstream media, that China executes hundreds, possibly thousands of young, healthy people every year with the express intent of selling their organs! And then people wonder why God will send judgement upon this world?

Psalm 10:8 He sitteth in the lurking places of the villages: in the secret places doth he murder the innocent: his eyes are privily set against the poor.

A medical source with knowledge of the situation said: "While commercial transplantation is now forbidden by law in China, that's difficult to enforce; there's been a resurgence there in the last two or three years.
"Foreigners from the Middle East, Asia and sometimes Europe come and are paying $100,000 to $200,000 for a transplant. Often they are Chinese expats or patients of Chinese descent."
Some of China's army hospitals were believed to be carrying out the transplants, the source added.
The persistence of the trade is embarrassing for China. The health ministry in Beijing has outlawed it and has also promised to stop harvesting organs from executed prisoners by 2017, a practice that has brought international condemnation.

Organ donor Hu Jie
Organ donor Hu Jie, 25, a Chinese migrant worker, who changed his mind about selling his kidney but could not escape surgery once he had signed for it. Photograph: Nicola Davison

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