Canadian MPs Speak Out on China’s Persecution of Falun Gong

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On the eve of Human Rights Day, Canadian MPs on Parliament Hill showed support for pressuring China’s ruling regime to stop persecuting Falun Gong. – TOT 

PARLIAMENT HILL—Some 700 people gathered on Parliament Hill on Dec. 9, the eve of Human Rights Day, to deliver 95,000 petition signatures to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and to urge his government to pressure China to end the campaign of persecution of Falun Gong.

Several MPs came out to lend their voices – and sometimes profound insights – to the cause.

Liberal MP Judy Sgro brought greetings on behalf of Prime Minister Trudeau and told the crowd that the PM had taken up their concerns.

“In recent meetings that Prime Minister Trudeau has had with the Chinese leaders, the issue of human rights in China, and specifically the Falun Dafa, was raised by Prime Minister Trudeau to the Chinese president,” she said.

In doing so, Trudeau joins his predecessors, Jean Chretien, Paul Martin, and Stephen Harper, who all raised the Falun Gong issue with the Chinese regime.

Sgro encouraged the practitioners to keep up their efforts.

“I know sometimes you get discouraged because some of the persecution continues to happen in China. But you must keep strong and keep doing what you are doing.”

Newly elected Conservative MP Garnett Genuis said governments who restrict religious freedom are inherently insecure.

“They believe that this natural process of free-thinking undermines social and political stability. But free, unfettered contemplation is essential to the human experience,” he said.

“As long as the government seeks to reduce their citizens to something less than human, they will always be insecure because men and women will look into their own minds and hearts and recognize that they were made for something more.”

Let’s call this for what it is—a horrific example of state cannibalism.

Liberal MP Borys Wrzesnewskyj, who tabled the first bill in Parliament (former Liberal MP Irwin Cotler filed a similar bill as well) to stop Canadians from going to China for organ transplants, said he would introduce such legislation again.

Forced organ harvesting must be stopped in China, he said.

“Let’s call this for what it is—a horrific example of state cannibalism.”

 

Continued at Epoch Times

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