[Pkg-nagios-devel] Delegation to Investigate Forced Organ Seizure in Communist China

leshydonlop at yahoo.co.uk leshydonlop at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Dec 3 18:31:45 CET 2006

Announcing the Australian Delegation to Investigate
Forced Organ Seizure in Communist China

The Australian Delegation is Part of a Global Alliance under the CIPFG1 -the 

Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China 

The Australian team is among four such delegations from the international community2
committed to follow up the
allegations and evidence presented in the Matas-Kilgour Report of July 20063

The Australian CIPFG has strong support ranging from State and Federal members and 
legislators, community and religious leaders, human rights organizations to concerned private 
citizens, it has over 53 members and is still fast growing. 

The primary objective of the CIPFG is to gain entry into China and conduct inspections and 
investigations in an unfettered manner with the aim to stop and/or prevent the alleged killing of 
Falun Gong prisoners of conscience and possibility others. 

Press Conference: Date, Time, Venue 

Media contacts: ERC, CIPFG 

1 The Coalition was first being called for in April 2006, upon allegation of large numbers of organ seizure from Falun
Gong prisoners of conscience in China.

2 Recently four CIPFG delegations are taking shape, and will be headed by current or former parliamentarians from
Canada, Europe, Australia, and Hong Kong.

3 Full report available at http://investigation.go.saveinter.net/ 


-March 2006, upon hearing the allegations of harvesting vital organs from Falun 
Gong practitioners alive in massive scale through the ex-wife of a Chinese 
surgeon and other informers, Falun Gong practitioners around the world believed 
and feared the allegations to be true. This is because they have been reading 
reports from China of imprisonment and torture daily over the last seven years of 
their fellow practitioners. They called for help. 

-In April 2006, initiated by Falun Dafa Associations and the Minghui.net 
(Clearwisdom.net)4, a Coalition was founded calling for the alliance of the 
world’s governments and organizations to joint handedly investigate these serious 

-Shortly after, two high profile Canadians, a human right lawyer and a former 
crown prosecutor, accepted the Coalition’s invitation to pursuit this matter. 
Although their request to visit China was blocked, through inductive reasoning, 
with 18 types of evidence carefully analysed, the two gentlemen published the 
historical Matas-Kilgour Report in July 2006 which concluded that the allegations, 
which amount to genocide and a new form of evil on this planet, is regretfully to 
be believed. 

-The Matas-Kilgour Report has made 17 practical and constructive 
recommendations many of which can and should be implemented even before the 
allegations are proven true. “Recommendation 10” -immediately stopping the 
persecution and the imprisonment of Falun Gong practitioners -is of key 
importance, as it is the most direct and effective way to prevent, if not stop, the 
alleged killing. We are committed not only to the investigation, but also to see 
these constructive recommendations implemented. 

4 www.clearwisdom.net a web-site maintained by Falun Dafa practitioners focusing on reporting news of the movement 
worldwide and the persecution in China. 

-Since July 2006, increased awareness of the crime has brought stronger and 
stronger voice around the world to condemn this persecution of peaceful and 
innocent citizens who only aspire to improve themselves by following the 
principles of Truth-Benevolence-Forbearance. The world is demanding that the 
persecution of Falun Gong practitioners must stop, and it must stop immediately. 

-Meanwhile, the CIPFG has received strong support from many countries in four 
continents. It is the Coalition’s plan now that a number of delegations, lead by 
current and former parliamentarians of the world’s free countries, will go into 
China to see to it that the preventive measures recommended by the Matas-
Kilgour Report are implemented. 

-The overriding bottom line of the mission to save lives by preventing the killing. 

-It is worth mentioning that since the gruesome crime of live organ harvesting was 
exposed through the accounts of the three informers5 in March-April, China 
quickly announced plans to bring in new laws, effective 1st July, to regulate the 
organ trade. Some may have invested hope in the regime to clean up its act, 
however, the September 27 BBC report “Organ sales 'thriving' in China” 6 served as a 
wake up call. Others more familiar with the history of the regime did not hold 
such hope. On the contrary they are deeply concerned that what has been “cleaned 
up” is likely to be the witnesses and evidence. 

-We cannot stand by and let the serious crimes depicted by the allegations continue 

-The Australian Delegation to China is being formed, and will be joined by three 
other delegations with similar aspirations from Europe, Asia, and North America. 
Tentatively each delegation will inspect hospitals and detention facilities in a 
number of different cities and provinces. 

5 http://www.theepochtimes.com/news/6-3-10/39083.html 

6 BBC report http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-pacific/5386720.stm 

-A request for meetings to discuss arrangement for unfettered access to detention 
facilities and hospitals in China will be sent to the Chinese Embassy. We also call 
on the Australian government to support us in this mission. 

-The Delegation will comprise of small teams of 4-8, a minimum of two 
investigators plus interpreter and others in each team. The teams will go together 
or in turns depending on the situation, each for around 7-10 days. 

-The teams may go to any detention facilities and hospitals listed as starting points 
for our investigation in the three provinces that the Australia team covers. But the 
team may also go to other cities or provinces when the need arises. 

-The Delegation will also seek to visit renowned Chinese human rights Lawyer 
Gao Zhi Sheng who is an investigator of the CIPFG. Lawyer Gao was arrested 
on 15th August, thereafter his whereabouts unknown. Amnesty International, the 

U.S. Congress and the European Parliament have called for the release of Lawyer 

-We are confident that we will achieve the requested access because assisting 
independent investigation is in the best interests of the Chinese government. It is 
also in their best interests that the persecution of Falun Gong ends immediately. 
When all Falun Gong prisoners of conscience are released from detention, the 
facilities can be open for inspections without worry. 

-We also call on the Chinese government to prosecute those responsible for 
instigating and starting the persecution -Jiang Ze min, Luo Gan, Liu Jing and 
Zhou Yong kang. 

Who are the investigators in CIPFG? 

CIPFG currently has over 53 members. For privacy and security reasons, they will not be 
named before the delegation has successfully gained entry to China. What we can say is 
that they range from legislators, legal and medical professionals, academics, social 
workers to religious and community leaders. 

Are these 50 investigators all going to China? 

No, some will just be providing supports in Australia. Some would go but need to resolve 
availability or funding issues, but we have sufficient number of investigators who are 
ready to go when unfettered access is organized to detention facilities and hospitals. 

How to ensure this will be an independent investigation? 

For the investigators, they are reputable Australians citizens and organizations who are
neither the victim nor the accused, they are third party.
As for the targets of investigation, the details of people and places the team will visit will
not be disclosed before hand so that the regime could not “clear it out” in preparation,
like taking the SARS patients into ambulance and circle around the city when the WHO
representatives were inspecting the hospitals during the epidemics.

Who will pay for the travel, accommodation, etc? 

Each private member will be self-funding, which may involve fund raising efforts for 
some investigators. 

Who is responsible for the teams’ safety? 

Please read the mission statement and rational of the investigation provided, and our 
requests to the Chinese government. 
When the Chinese authority agrees under international pressure to implement the 
recommendations in the Matas-Kilgour Report and agrees to be open to independent 
investigation, security and safety concerns for the delegation should have been resolved. 
We are also concerned for the safety of those we meet and interview during the course of 

our investigation. The true safety for all concerned can only be guaranteed if the
persecution of Falun Gong ends immediately, and that is what we are pressing for.

What are you going to investigate? 

One of the first initiator of the Coalition is Minghui.net (Clearwisdom.net), a web site 
that has been Chinese Falun Gong practitioners’ main contact point to the outside world. 
Over the last seven years since the crackdown begun, the web site has received countless 
reports of persecution from inside China, many are first hand account by the victims of 
the persecution. Leads for investigation will be compiled from these reports. A list of 
labour camps and hospitals that the Australian delegation will target has already been 
compiled from this web site and copies are available. 

What do you think can be achieved by this mission? Will you find any evidence? 

There were 17 recommendations made in the Matas-Kilgour Report of July 2006,
majority of which can be implemented without first finding direct proof of the allegation.
The mission will achieve a lot in putting some of these recommendations into action and
pressing for the other recommendations be put into action. By so doing it is believed that
we will prevent (if not stop) the alleged killing of prisoners of conscience for their organs.
-------------- next part --------------
Epoch Times Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party - Part 8
How the Chinese Communist Party Is an Evil Cult
The collapse of the socialist bloc headed by the Soviet Union in the early 
1990’s marked the failure of communism after almost a century. However, the 
Chinese Communist Party (CCP) unexpectedly survived and still controls China, a 
nation with one fifth of the world’s population. An unavoidable question arises: 
Is the CCP today still truly communist? 
No one in today’s China, including Party members, believes in communism. After 
fifty years of socialism, the CCP has now adopted private ownership and even has 
a stock market. It seeks foreign investment to establish new ventures, while 
exploiting workers and peasants to the maximal extent. This is completely 
opposite to the ideals of communism. Despite compromising with capitalism, the 
CCP maintains autocratic control of the people of China. The Constitution, as 
revised in 2004, still rigidly states “Chinese people of various ethnicities 
will continue adhering to the people’s democratic dictatorship and socialist 
path under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party and the guidance of 
Marxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong’s ideology, Deng Xiaoping’s theory and the 
important thought of the ‘Three Represents’
“The leopard has died, but its skin is still left” [1]. Today’s CCP only has 
“its skin” left. The CCP inherited this skin and uses it to maintain its rule 
over China. 
What is the nature of the skin inherited by the CCP, i.e., the very organization 
of the CCP? 
I. The Cultish Traits of the CCP 
The Communist Party is essentially an evil cult that harms mankind. 
Although the Communist Party has never called itself a religion, it matches 
every single trait of a religion (Table 1). At the beginning of its 
establishment, it regarded Marxism as the absolute truth in the world. It 
piously worshipped Marx as its spiritual God, and exhorted people to engage in a 
life-long struggle for the goal of building a “communist heaven on earth.”
Table 1. Religious Traits of the CCP.
       The Basic Forms of a ReligionThe Corresponding Forms of the CCP
      1Church or platform (podium)All levels of the Party committee; the 
      platform ranges from Party meetings to all media controlled by the CCP
      2DoctrinesMarxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong's Ideology, Deng Xiaoping's Theory, 
      Jiang Zemin's "Three Represents", and Party Constitution
      3Initiation ritesCeremony in which oaths are taken to be loyal to the CCP 
      4Commitment to one religionA member may only believe in the communist 
      5PriestsParty Secretaries and staff in charge of party affairs on all 
      6Worshiping GodSlandering all Gods, and then establishing itself as an 
      unnamed "God"
      7Death is called "ascending to heaven or descending to hell"Death is 
      called "going to see Marx"
      8ScripturesThe theory and writings of the Communist Party leaders
      9PreachingAll sorts of meetings; leaders' speeches
      10Chanting scriptures; study or cross-examination of scripturesPolitical 
      studies; routine group meetings or activities for the Party members
      11Hymn (religious songs)Songs to eulogize the Party
      12DonationsCompulsory membership fees; mandatory allocation of 
      governmental budget, which is money from people's sweat and blood, for the 
      Party's use
      13Disciplinary punishmentParty disciplines ranging from "house arrest and 
      investigation" and "expulsion from the Party" to deadly tortures and even 
      punishments of relatives and friends

The Communist Party is significantly different from any righteous religion. All 
orthodox religions believe in God and benevolence, and have as their destiny 
instructing humanity about morality and saving souls. The Communist Party does 
not believe in God and opposes traditional morality. 
What the Communist Party has done proves itself to be an evil cult. The 
Communist Party’s doctrines are based upon class struggle, violent revolution 
and the dictatorship of the proletariat and have resulted in the so-called 
“communist revolution” full of blood and violence. The red terror under 
communism has lasted for about a century, bringing disasters to dozens of 
countries in the world and costing tens of millions of lives. The communist 
belief, one that created a hell on earth, is nothing but the vilest cult in the 
The communist party’s cultish traits can be summarized under six heads: 
1. Concoction of Doctrines and Elimination of Dissidents 
The Communist Party holds up Marxism as its religious doctrine and shows it off 
as “the unbreakable truth.” The doctrines of the Communist Party lack 
benevolence and tolerance. Instead, they are full of arrogance. Marxism was a 
product of the initial period of capitalism when productivity was low and 
science was under-developed. It didn’t have a correct understanding at all of 
the relationships between humanity and society or humanity and nature. 
Unfortunately, this heretical ideology developed into the international 
communist movement, and harmed the human world for over a century before the 
people discarded it, having found it completely wrong in practice. 
Party leaders since Lenin have always amended the cult’s doctrines. From Lenin's 
theory of violent revolution to Mao Zedong's theory of continuous revolution 
under the dictatorship of the proletariat, to Jiang Zemin's “Three Represents,” 
the Communist Party’s history is full of such heretical theory and fallacy. 
Although these theories have constantly caused disasters in practice and are 
self-contradictory, the Communist Party still proclaims it is universally 
correct and forces the people to study its doctrines. 
Eliminating dissidents is the most effective means for the evil cult of 
communism to spread its doctrine. Because the doctrine and behavior of this evil 
cult are too ridiculous, the communist party has to force people to accept them, 
relying on violence to eliminate dissidents. After the Chinese Communist Party 
seized the reins of power in China, it initiated “land reform” to eliminate the 
landlord class, the “socialist reform” in industry and commerce to eliminate 
capitalists, the “movement of purging reactionaries” to eliminate folk religions 
and officials who held office before the communists took power, the 
“anti-rightist movement” to silence intellectuals, and the “Great Cultural 
Revolution” to eradicate traditional Chinese culture. The CCP was able to unify 
China under the communist evil cult and achieve a situation where everyone read 
the Red Book, performed the “loyalty dance,” and “asked for the Party’s 
instructions in the morning and reported to the Party in the evening.” In the 
period after Mao and Deng’s reigns, the CCP asserted that Falun Gong, a 
traditional cultivation practice that believes in “Truthfulness, Compassion and 
Tolerance,” would compete with it for the masses and so intended to eradicate 
Falun Gong. It therefore initiated a genocidal persecution of Falun Gong, which 
continues today. 
2. Promotion of Leader Worship and Supremacist Views 
From Marx to Jiang Zemin, the Communist Party leaders’ portraits are prominently 
displayed for worship. The absolute authority of the Communist Party leaders 
forbids any challenge. Mao Zedong was set up as the “red sun” and “big 
liberator.” The Party spoke outrageously about his writing, saying “one sentence 
equals 10,000 ordinary sentences.” As an “ordinary party member,” Deng Xiaoping 
once dominated Chinese politics like an overlord. Jiang Zemin’s “Three 
Represents” theory is merely a little over 40 characters long including 
punctuation, but the CCP Fourth Plenary Session boosted it as “providing a 
creative answer to questions such as what socialism is, how to construct 
socialism, what kind of party we are building and how to build the Party.” The 
Party also spoke outrageously about the thought of the “Three Represents,” 
although in this case actually mocking it when saying it is a continuation and 
development of Marxism-Leninism, Mao Zedong Thought and Deng Xiaoping Theory. 
Stalin’s wanton slaughter of innocent people, the catastrophic “Great Cultural 
Revolution” launched by Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping’s order for the Tiananmen 
Massacre and Jiang Zemin’s ongoing persecution of Falun Gong are the dreadful 
results of the Communist Party’s heretical dictatorship. 
On one hand, the CCP stipulates in its Constitution, “All power in the People's 
Republic of China belongs to the people. The organs through which the people 
exercise state power are the National People's Congress and the local people's 
congresses at different levels.” “No organization or individual may enjoy the 
privilege of being above the Constitution and the law.” [2] On the other hand, 
the CCP Charter stipulates that the CCP is the core of the leadership for the 
Chinese-featured socialist cause, overriding both the country and the people. 
The chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress made 
“important speeches” across the country, claiming that the National People's 
Congress, the highest organ of state power, must adhere to the CCP's leadership. 
According to the CCP's principle of “democratic centralism,” the entire party 
must obey the Central Committee of the Party. Stripped to its core, what the 
National People’s Congress really insists upon is the dictatorship of the 
General Secretary, which is in turn protected in the form of legislation. 
3. Violent Brainwashing, Mind Control, Tight Organization and No Quitting Once 
The CCP's organization is extremely tight: one needs two party members’ 
references before admission; a new member must swear to be loyal to the party 
forever once admitted; party members must pay membership dues, attend 
organizational activities, and take part in group political study. The party 
organizations penetrate all levels of the government. There are basic CCP 
organizations in every single village, town, and neighborhood. The CCP controls 
not only its party members and party affairs, but also those who are not 
members, because the entire regime must “adhere to the Party's leadership.” In 
those years when class struggle campaigns were carried out, the “priests” of the 
CCP religion, namely, the Party secretaries at all levels, more often than not, 
did not know exactly what they did other than disciplining people. 
The “criticism and self-criticism” in the party meetings serves as a common, 
unending means for controlling the minds of party members. Historically, the CCP 
launched a multitude of political movements for “purifying the Party members,” 
“rectifying the Party atmosphere,” “capturing traitors,” “purging the 
Anti-Bolshevik Corps (AB Corps) [3]” and “disciplining the Party,” periodically 
testing the “sense of Party nature” or aptitude for the Party of its members 
with violence and terror and keeping them in step with the Party forever. 
Joining the CCP is like signing an irrevocable contract to sell one’s body and 
soul. With the Party’s rules being always above the laws of the Nation, the 
Party can dismiss any party member at will, while the individual party member 
cannot quit the CCP without incurring severe punishment. Quitting the Party is 
considered disloyal and will bring about dire consequences. During the Great 
Cultural Revolution when the CCP cult held absolute rule, it was well known that 
if the party wanted you dead, you could not live; if the party wanted you alive, 
you could not die. If a person committed suicide, he would be labeled as 
“dreading the people’s punishment for his crime” and his family members would 
also be implicated and punished. 
The decision process within the Party operates like a black box, as the 
intra-party struggles must be kept in absolute secrecy. Party documents are all 
confidential. Dreading exposure of their criminal acts, the CCP frequently 
tackles dissidents by charging them with “divulging state secrets.” 
4. Urging Violence, Carnage and Sacrifice for the Party 
Mao Zedong said, “A revolution is not a dinner party, or writing an essay, or 
painting a picture, or doing embroidery; it cannot be so refined, so leisurely 
and gentle, so temperate, kind, courteous, restrained and magnanimous. A 
revolution is an insurrection, an act of violence by which one class overthrows 
another.” [4] 
Deng Xiaoping remarked, “Killing 200,000 people in exchange for 20 years’ 
Jiang Zemin ordered, “Destroy them (Falun Gong practitioners) physically, defame 
their reputation, and bankrupt them financially.” 
The CCP promotes violence, and has killed countless people throughout its 
previous political movements. It educates people to treat the enemy “as cold as 
the severe winter.” The Red Flag is taken red for having been “dyed red with 
martyrs’ blood.” The Party worships red due to its addiction to blood and 
The CCP makes an exhibition of “heroic” examples to encourage people to 
sacrifice for the Party. When Zhang Side died working in a kiln to produce 
opium, Mao Zedong praised his death as “heavy as Mount Tai [5].” In those 
frenzied years, “brave words” such as “Fear neither hardship nor death” and 
“Bitter sacrifice strengthens bold resolve; we dare to make the sun and moon 
shine in new skies” gave aspirations substance amidst an extreme shortage of 
material supplies. 
At the end of the 1970's, the Vietcong dispatched troops and overthrew the Khmer 
Rouge regime, which was fostered by the CCP and committed unspeakable crimes. 
Although the CCP was furious, it could not dispatch troops to support the Khmer 
Rouge, since China and Cambodia did not share a common border. Instead, the CCP 
launched a war against Vietnam along the Chinese-Vietnam border to punish the 
Vietcong in the name of “self-defense.” Tens of thousands of Chinese soldiers 
therefore sacrificed blood and lives for this struggle between Communist 
Parties. Their deaths had in fact nothing to do with territory or sovereignty. 
Nevertheless, several years later, the CCP disgracefully memorialized the 
senseless sacrifice of so many naive and bright young lives as “the 
revolutionary heroic spirit,” irreverently borrowing the song “The elegant 
demeanor dyed by blood.” While 154 Chinese martyrs died in 1981 recapturing 
Mount Faka in Guangxi Province, the CCP casually returned it to Vietnam after 
China and Vietnam surveyed the boundary. 
When the rampant spread of SARS threatened people's lives at the beginning of 
2003, the CCP readily admitted many young female nurses. These women were then 
quickly confined in hospitals to nurse SARS patients. The CCP push young people 
to the most dangerous frontline, in order to establish its “glorious image” of 
“Fear neither hardship nor death.” However, the CCP has no explanation as to 
where the rest of the current 65 million party members were and what image they 
brought to the Party. 
5. Denying Belief in God and Smothering Human Nature 
The CCP promotes atheism and claims that religion is “spiritual opium” that can 
intoxicate the people. It used its power to squelch all religions in China, and 
then it deified itself, giving absolute rule of the country to the CCP cult. 
At the same time as the CCP sabotaged religion, it also destroyed traditional 
culture. It claimed that tradition, morality and ethics were feudalistic, 
superstitious and reactionary, eradicating them in the name of revolution. 
During the great Cultural Revolution, widespread ugly phenomena violated Chinese 
traditions, such as married couples exposing each other, students beating their 
teachers, fathers and sons turning against each other, Red Guards wantonly 
killing the innocent, and rebels beating, smashing and looting. These were the 
natural consequences of the CCP’s smothering human nature. 
After establishing its regime, the CCP forced minority nationalities to pledge 
allegiance to the communist leadership, compromising the rich and colorful 
ethnic culture they had established. 
On June 4, 1989, the so-called “People's Liberation Army” massacred many 
students in Beijing. This caused the Chinese to completely lose hope in China’s 
political future. From then on, the entire people turned their focus to making 
money. From 1999 to this day, the CCP has been brutally persecuting Falun Gong, 
turning against “Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance” and thereby causing an 
accelerated decline in moral standards. 
At the beginning of this new century, a new round of illegal land enclosure [6] 
and control of monetary and material resources has driven many people to become 
destitute and homeless. The number of appellants increased sharply, and social 
conflict has intensified. Large-scale protests are frequent, which have incurred 
violent suppression by police and armed forces. The fascist nature of the 
“Republic” has become prominent, and society has lost its moral conscience. 
In the past, a villain didn’t harm his next door neighbors, or, as the saying 
goes, the fox preyed far from home. Nowadays, when people want to con someone, 
they would rather target their relatives and friends, and call it “killing 
In the past, Chinese nationals cherished chastity above all else, whereas people 
today ridicule the poor but not the prostitutes. The history of the destruction 
of human nature and morals in China is vividly displayed in a ballad below: 

“In the 50's people helped one another,
In the 60's people strove with one another,
In the 70's people swindled one another, 
In the 80's people cared only for themselves, 
In the 90's people took advantage of anyone they ran into.”
6. Military Seizure of Power, Monopolization of the Economy and Wild Political 
and Economic Ambitions 
The sole purpose of establishing the CCP was to seize power by armed force and 
then to generate a system of state ownership in which the state held monopolies 
in the planned economy. The CCP’s wild ambition far surpasses that of the 
ordinary evil cults who simply accumulate money. 
In a country of socialist public ownership ruled by the Communist Party, Party 
organizations that hold great power, that is, the Party committees and branches 
at various levels, are imposed upon or possess the normal state infrastructure. 
The possessing Party organizations control state machinery and draw funds 
directly from the budgets of the governments at different levels. Like a 
vampire, the CCP has sucked a huge amount of wealth from the nation. 
II. The Damage the CCP Cult Has Wrought 
When incidents like Aum Shinri Kyo (Supreme Truth) killing people with sarin 
nerve gas, the Solar Temple’s ascending to heaven by suicide, or the mass 
suicide of over 900 followers of Jim Jones’ “People’s Temple” are mentioned, 
everyone trembles with fear and outrage. The CCP is, however, an evil cult that 
commits crimes a thousand times worse, harming countless lives. This is because 
the CCP possesses the following unique features that ordinary cults lack. 
The Evil Cult Became a State Religion 
In most countries, if you do not follow a religion, you can still enjoy a happy 
life without reading the literature or listening to the principles of that 
religion. In mainland China, however, it is impossible for one to live there 
without a constant exposure to the doctrines and propaganda of the CCP cult, as 
the CCP has turned this evil cult into a state religion since its seizure of 
The CCP begins to instill its political preaching in as early as kindergarten 
and elementary school. One cannot receive higher education or promotion to 
higher office without passing the Political Examination. None of the questions 
in the Political Examination allow independent thinking. Those taking the exams 
are required to memorize the standard answers provided by the CCP in order to 
pass. The unfortunate Chinese people are forced to repeat the CCP’s preaching 
even when they are young, brainwashing themselves over and over again. When a 
cadre is promoted to a higher office in the government, whether he is a member 
of the CCP or not, he has to attend the Party School. He won’t be promoted until 
he has met the requirements for graduation from the Party School. 
In China, where the Communist Party is the state religion, groups with different 
opinions are not allowed to exist. Even the “democratic parties,” which are 
merely set up by the CCP as a political screen, and the reformed “Three-Self 
Church” (i.e., self-administration, self-support and self-propagation) must 
formally acknowledge the leadership of the CCP. Loyalty to the CCP is the first 
priority before entertaining any other beliefs, according to the very cultish 
logic of the CCP. 
Social Controls Go to Extremes 
This evil cult was able to become a state religion, because the CCP had complete 
social controls and deprived individuals of freedom. This kind of control is 
unprecedented, since the CCP deprived people of private property, while private 
ownership is one foundation of freedom. Before the 1980’s, people in urban areas 
could only earn a living by working in Party-controlled enterprises. Farmers in 
the rural areas had to live on the farm land belonging to the communes of the 
Party. Nobody could escape the CCP’s control. In a socialist country like China, 
the Communist Party organizations are ubiquitous—from the central government to 
the most grass-roots levels of society, including villages and neighborhoods. 
Through the Party committees and branches at all levels, the CCP maintains an 
absolute control over society. Such strict control completely squelches 
individual freedom—the freedom of movement (residence registration system), 
freedom of speech (500,000 rightists were persecuted in history because they 
exercised free speech), freedom of thought (Lin Zhao and Zhang Zhixin [7] were 
executed for having doubts about the CCP), and freedom to obtain information (it 
is illegal to read forbidden books or listen to 'enemies’ radio stations”; 
Internet browsing is monitored as well.) 
One might say that private ownership is allowed now by the CCP, but we should 
not forget that this policy of reform and openness only came about when 
socialism reached a point where people did not have enough to eat and the 
national economy was on the brink of collapse. The CCP had to take a step back 
in order to save itself from destruction. Nevertheless, even after the reform 
and opening, the CCP has never relaxed its control over the people. The ongoing 
brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners could have only occurred in a 
country controlled by the Communist Party. When the CCP became an economic 
force, it was inevitable that the CCP would intensify its control over the 
Chinese people. 
Advocating Violence and Despising Life 
Almost all evil cults control their followers or resist external pressure 
through violence. However, few have resorted to the extent the CCP has to 
violent means without compunction. Even the total number of deaths caused by all 
other evil cults across the world cannot compare to the number of people killed 
by the CCP. The CCP cult sees humanity as merely a means to realize its goal; 
killing is just another means. Thus, the CCP has no reservations and scruples in 
persecuting people. Anyone, including supporters, members and leaders of the 
CCP, can become a target of its persecution. 
The CCP fostered the Cambodian Khmer Rouge, a typical case of the Communist 
Party’s brutality and disregard for life. Inspired and guided by Mao Zedong’s 
teaching, during its reign of three years and eight months, the Pol Pot-led 
Cambodian Communist Party slaughtered two million people—about one-fourth of 
this small country’s entire population—in order to “eliminate the system of 
private ownership.” Out of the total number of deaths, more than 200,000 were of 
Chinese ethnicity. 
To commemorate the crimes committed by the Communist Party and memorialize the 
victims, Cambodia set up a museum for documenting and exhibiting the atrocities 
of the Khmer Rouge. The museum is in a former Khmer Rouge prison. Originally a 
high school, the building was transformed by Pol Pot to the S-21 Prison, which 
was used specifically for dealing with prisoners of conscience. Many 
intellectuals were detained there and tortured to death. Displayed along with 
the prison buildings and various torture instruments are also the black and 
white photos of the victims before they were put to death. There are many 
horrible tortures documented: throats cut, brains drilled, infants thrown to the 
ground and killed, etc. All these torture methods were reportedly taught by the 
“experts and technical professionals” that the CCP dispatched in support of the 
Khmer Rouge. The CCP even trained the photographers, who specialized in taking 
pictures, whether for documentation or entertainment, of the prisoners before 
they were executed. 
Precisely in this S-21 Prison a head-drilling machine was devised to extract the 
human brains for making nutritious foods for the leaders of the Cambodian 
Communist Party. The prisoners of conscience were tied to a chair in front of 
the head-drilling machine. The victim would be extremely terrified, as a rapidly 
turning drill bit punctured the head from behind and quickly and effectively 
extracted the brains before the victim died. 
III. The Communist Party’s Cult Nature 
What makes the Communist Party so tyrannical and so evil? When this specter of 
the Communist Party came to this world, it came with a chilling mission. The 
Communist Manifesto has a very famous passage towards the end, 
The Communists disdain to conceal their views and aims. They openly declare that 
their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social 
conditions. Let the ruling classes tremble at a Communistic revolution. The 
proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win.
The mission of this specter was to use violence to openly challenge the human 
society, to smash the old world, “to eliminate private ownership,” “to eliminate 
the character, independence and freedom of the bourgeoisie,” to eliminate 
exploitation, to eliminate families, and to let the proletarians govern the 
This political party, which openly announced the desire to “beat, smash and 
rob,” not only denies its point of view to be evil, but also declared 
self-righteously in the Communist Manifesto, “The Communist revolution is the 
most radical rupture with traditional relations; no wonder that its development 
involved the most radical rupture with traditional ideas.” 
Where do the traditional thoughts come from? According to the atheist’s law of 
nature, the traditional thoughts come naturally from the laws of nature and the 
society. They are the results of systematic movements of the cosmos. According 
to those who believe in God, however, the human traditions and moral values are 
given by God. Regardless of their origin, the most fundamental human morality, 
behavioral norms, and standards of judging good and bad are relatively stable; 
they have been the basis for regulating human behavior and maintaining social 
order for thousands of years. If mankind lost the moral norms and standards for 
judging good and bad, wouldn’t humans degenerate into animals? When the 
Communist Manifesto declares it will “fundamentally rupture with traditional 
ideas,” it threatens the basis for the normal existence of human society. The 
Communist Party was bound to become an evil cult that brings destruction to 
The entire document of Communist Manifesto, which sets forth the guiding 
principles for the communist party, is permeated with extreme pronouncements but 
not a bit of kindness and tolerance. Marx and Engels thought they had found the 
law of social development through dialectic materialism. Hence, with the "truth" 
in hand, they questioned everything and denied everything. They stubbornly 
imposed the illusionary Communism on the people and did not hold back in 
advocating the use of violence to destroy existing social structures and 
cultural foundations. The evil specter the Communist Manifesto injected into the 
newborn Communist Party is against the laws of heaven, damaging to human nature, 
arrogant, extremely selfish and totally unconstrained. 
IV. The Communist Party’s Doomsday Theory—the Fear of the Party Ending 
Marx and Engels injected an evil specter into the Communist Party. Lenin 
established the Communist Party in Russia and, through the scoundrels’ violence, 
he overthrew the transitional government built after the February Revolution, 
[8] aborted the bourgeois revolution in Russia, took over the government, and 
obtained a foothold for the Communist cult. However, Lenin’s success did not 
make the proletarians win the world. Just the contrary, as the first paragraph 
in the Communist Manifesto says, “All the powers of old Europe have entered into 
a holy alliance to exorcise this spectre...” After the Communist Party was born, 
it immediately faced the crisis of its survival and feared elimination at 
After the October Revolution [9], the Russian Communists, or Bolsheviks, did not 
bring the people peace or bread, but only wanton killing. The front line was 
losing the war and the revolution worsened the economy in the society. Hence, 
the people started to rebel. Civil war quickly spread to the entire nation and 
the farmers refused to provide food to the cities. A full-scale riot originated 
among the Cossacks near the River Don; its battle with the Red Army brought 
brutal bloodshed. The barbaric and brutal nature of the slaughter that took 
place in this battle can be seen from the literature such as Sholokhov’s “Tikhii 
Don” and his other Don River story collections. The troops, lead by the former 
White Army Admiral Aleksandr Vailiyevich Kolchak and General Anton Denikin, 
almost overthrew the Russian Communist Party at one point. Even as a newborn 
political power, the Communist party was opposed by almost the entire nation, 
perhaps because the Communist cult was too evil to win the people’s hearts. 
The experience of the Chinese Communist Party was similar to Russia’s. From the 
“Mari Incident” and “April 12th Massacre,”[10] to being suppressed five times in 
areas controlled by the Chinese Communists, and eventually to being forced to 
undertake a 25,000-kilometer (15,600 miles) “Long March” — the CCP always faced 
the crisis of being eliminated. 
The Communist Party was born with the determination to destroy the old world by 
all means. It then found itself having to face a real problem: how to survive 
without being eliminated. The Communist Party has been living in a constant fear 
of its own demise. To survive has become the Communist cult’s top concern, its 
all-consuming focus. With the international Communist alliance in disarray, the 
CCP’s crisis of survival has worsened. Since 1989, its fear of its own doomsday 
has become more real as its demise has come nearer. 
V. The Treasured Weapon for the Communist Cult’s Survival—Brutal Struggle 
The Communist Party has constantly emphasized iron discipline, absolute loyalty, 
and organizational principles. Those who join the CCP must swear, 
“I wish to join the Chinese Communist Party, to support the Party’s 
constitution, follow the Party’s regulations, fulfill the member’s obligations, 
execute the Party’s decisions, strictly follow the Party’s disciplines, keep the 
Party’s secrets, be loyal to the Party, work diligently, dedicate my whole life 
to Communism, stand ready to sacrifice everything for the Party and the people, 
and never betray the Party.” (See the CCP Constitution, Chapter One, Article 
The CCP calls this spirit of cult-like devotion to the Party the "sense of Party 
nature.” It asks a CCP member to be ready anytime to give up all personal 
beliefs and principles and to obey absolutely the Party’s will and the leader’s 
will. If the Party wants you to be kind, then you should be kind; if the Party 
wants you to do evil, then you should do evil. Otherwise you would not meet the 
standard of being a Party member, having not shown a strong “sense of Party 
Mao Zedong said, “Marxist philosophy is a philosophy of struggle.” To foster and 
maintain the “sense of Party nature,” the CCP relies on the mechanism of 
periodical struggles within the Party. Through continuously mobilizing brutal 
struggles inside and outside the Party, the CCP has eliminated dissidents and 
created the red terror. At the same time, the CCP continuously purges Party 
members, makes its cult-type rules stricter, and fosters members’ aptitude 
towards the “Party nature” to enhance the Party’s fighting capacity. This is a 
treasured weapon the CP uses to prolong its survival. 
Among CCP leaders, Mao Zedong was the most adept at mastering this treasured 
weapon of brutal struggle within the Party. The brutality of such a struggle and 
the malevolence of its methods began as early as the 1930's in areas controlled 
by the Chinese Communists, the so-called “Soviet Area.” 
In 1930, Mao Zedong initiated a full-scale revolutionary terror in the Soviet 
Area in Jiangxi Province, known as the cleansing of Anti-Bolshevik Corps, or the 
AB Corps. Thousands of Red Army soldiers, Party and League members and civilians 
in the Communist bases were brutally murdered. The incident was caused by Mao’s 
despotic control. After Mao established the Soviet Area in Jiangxi, he was soon 
challenged by the local Red Army and Party organizations in southwest Jiangxi 
led by Li Wenlin. Mao could not stand any organized oppositional force right 
under his nose and he used the most extreme methods to suppress the Party 
members he suspected of being dissidents. To create a stern atmosphere for the 
cleansing, Mao did not hesitate to start with troops under his direct control. 
From late November to mid December, the First Front Red Army went through a 
“quick cleaning.” Organizations for purging counterrevolutionaries were 
established at every single level in the army, including division, regiment, 
battalion, company, and platoon, arresting and killing Party members who were 
from families of landlords or rich farmers and those who had complaints. In less 
than one month, among more than 40,000 Red Army soldiers, 4,400 were named as AB 
Corps elements, including more than 10 captains (the AB Corps captains); all of 
them were executed. [3] 
In the following period, Mao began to punish those dissidents in the Soviet 
Area. In December 1930, he ordered Li Shaojiu, Secretary General of General 
Political Department of the First Front Red Army and Chairman of Purge Committee 
to represent the General Frontier Committee and go to the town of Futian in 
Jiangxi Province where the Communist government is located. Li Shaojiu arrested 
members of the Provincial Action Committee and eight chief leaders of the 20th 
Red Army, including Duan Liangbi and Li Baifang. He used many cruel torture 
methods such as beating and burning the body - people who were tortured like 
this had injuries all over their bodies, fingers fractured, burns all over and 
could not move. According to historical materials, the victims’ cries were so 
loud as to pierce the sky; the cruel torture methods were extremely inhumane. 
On December 8, the wives of Li Baifang, Ma Ming and Zhou Mian went to visit 
their husbands in detention, but they were also arrested as members of the AB 
Corps and cruelly tortured. They were severely beaten, their bodies and vulvae 
burned and breasts cut with knives. Under the cruel torture, Duan Liangbi 
confessed that Li Wenlin, Jin Wanbang, Liu Di, Zhou Mian, Ma Ming and others 
were leaders of the AB Corps and that there were many members of AB Corps in the 
Red Army’s schools. [3] 
From December 7 to the evening of December 12, in merely five days, Li Shaojiu 
and others arrested more than 120 alleged AB Corps members and dozens of 
principal counter-revolutionaries in the severe AB Corps cleansing in Futian; 
more than 40 people were executed. Li Shaojiu’s cruel acts finally triggered the 
“Futian Incident” [11] on December 12, 1930 that highly astounded the Soviet 
Area. [3] 
From the Soviet Area to Yan’an, Mao relied on his theory and practice of 
struggle and gradually sought and established his absolute leadership of the 
Party. After the CCP came to power in 1949, Mao continued to reply on this kind 
of inner-party struggle. For example, in the eighth plenum of the Eighth CCP 
Central Committee meeting held in Lushan in 1959, Mao Zedong launched a sudden 
attack on Peng Dehuai and removed him from his position [12]. All of the central 
leaders who attended the conference were asked to take a stand; the few who 
dared to express different opinions were all labeled the Peng Dehuai antiparty 
bloc. During the Cultural Revolution, the veteran cadres at the CCP’s Central 
Committee were punished one after another, but all of them gave in without 
putting up a fight. Who would dare to speak a word against Mao Zedong? The CCP 
has always emphasized iron discipline, loyalty to the Party, and organizational 
principles, requiring absolute obedience to the hierarchy’s leader. This kind of 
party nature has been engrained in the continuous political struggles. 
Li Lisan, once a CCP leader, was driven to the end of his rope during the 
Cultural Revolution. At 68 years of age, he was interrogated on average seven 
times per month. His wife Li Sha was treated as the "Soviet revisionist" spy, 
and had already been sent to jail; her whereabouts were unknown. With no other 
choice and in extreme despair, Li committed suicide by swallowing a large 
quantity of sleeping pills. Before his death, Li Lisan wrote a letter to Mao 
Zedong, truly reflecting the "sense of Party nature,” according to which a CCP 
member does not dare to give up, even on the verge of death: 
I am now stepping onto the path of betraying the Party by committing suicide, 
and have no means to defend my crime. Only one thing, that is, my entire family 
and I have never collaborated with enemy states. Only on this issue, I request 
the central government to investigate and examine the facts and draw conclusions 
based on truth... 
Li Lisan
June 22, 1967 [13]
While Mao Zedong's philosophy of struggle eventually dragged China into an 
unprecedented catastrophe, this kind of political campaign and the inner-party 
struggle, which is widespread once "every seven or eight years,” have ensured 
the survival of the CCP. Every time there was a campaign, a minority of five 
percent would be persecuted, and the remaining 95 percent would be brought to an 
obedient adherence to the Party’s basic line, thereby enhancing the Party 
organization's cohesive force and destructive capacity. These struggles also 
eliminated those "faltering" members who were not willing to give up their 
conscience, and attacked any force that dared to resist. Through this mechanism 
of struggle, those CCP members who have the greatest desire for struggle and are 
best at using the methods of hoodlums have gained control. The CCP cult leaders 
are all fearless people rich in the experience of struggle and full of the Party 
spirit. Such brutal struggle also gives those who have experienced it a "blood 
lesson" and violent brainwashing. At the same time, it continuously energizes 
the CCP, further strengthening its desire for struggle, ensuring its survival, 
and preventing it from becoming a temperate group that gives up the struggle. 
This kind of party nature required by the CCP has come precisely from the CCP's 
cult nature. In order to realize its goal, the CCP is determined to break away 
from all traditional principles, and use all means to fight unhesitatingly with 
any force that hinders it. Therefore it needs to train and enslave all its 
members to become the Party’s heartless, unjust and faithless tool. This nature 
of the CCP originates from its hatred toward human society and traditions, its 
delusional self-evaluation, and its extreme selfishness and contempt for other 
people’s lives. In order to achieve its so-called ideal, the CCP used violence 
at all costs to smash the world and eliminate all dissidents. Such an evil cult 
would meet with opposition from people of conscience, so it must eliminate 
people's conscience and benevolent thoughts to make people believe in its evil 
doctrine. Therefore, in order to ensure its survival, the CCP first of all must 
destroy people's conscience, benevolent thoughts and moral standards, turning 
people into tame slaves and tools. According to the CCP's logic, the Party's 
life and interest override everything else; they even override the collective 
interest of all Party members, thus any individual Party member must be prepared 
to sacrifice for the Party. 
Looking at the CCP's history, individuals who retained the mindset of 
traditional intellectuals like Chen Duxiu and Qu Qiubai, or who still cared 
about people’s interests like Hu Yaobang and Zhao Ziyang, or who are determined 
to be clean officials and bring real service to the people such as Zhu Rongji—no 
matter how much they contributed to the Party, and no matter how devoid of 
personal ambitions they were, they were inevitably purged, cast aside, or 
restricted by the Party's interests and discipline. 
The sense of Party nature or the aptitude for the Party that was fostered in 
their bones over many years of struggle often made them compromise and surrender 
in critical moments, because in their subconscious, the Party's survival is the 
highest interest. They would rather sacrifice themselves and watch the evil 
force within the Party commit murder, than challenge the Party’s survival with 
their conscientious and compassionate thoughts. This is precisely the result of 
the CCP's mechanism of struggle: it turns good people into tools that it uses, 
and uses the Party nature to limit and even eliminate human conscience to the 
greatest extent. Dozens of the CCP’s "line struggles" brought down more than 10 
top-level Party leaders or designated successors; none of the top Party leaders 
came to a good end. Although Mao Zedong had been the king for 43 years, shortly 
after he died, his wife and nephew were put in jail, which was cheered by the 
entire Party as a great victory of Maoism. Is this a comedy or a farce? 
After the CCP seized political power, there were unceasing political campaigns, 
from inner-party fights to struggles outside the Party. This was the case during 
the Mao Zedong era, and is still the case in the post-Mao era of "reform and 
openness.” In the 1980's, when people just began to have a slight bit of freedom 
in their thinking, the CCP launched the campaign of "Opposition to Bourgeois 
Liberalization," and proposed "the Four Fundamental Principles" [14] in order to 
maintain its absolute leadership. In 1989, the students who peacefully asked for 
democracy were bloodily suppressed because the CCP does not allow democratic 
aspirations. The 1990's witnessed a rapid increase in Falun Gong practitioners 
who believe in Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance, but they were met with 
genocidal persecution beginning in 1999, because the CCP cannot tolerate human 
nature and benevolent thoughts. It must use violence to destroy people’s 
conscience and ensure its own power. Since entering the 21st century, the 
Internet has connected the world together, but the CCP has spent great sums of 
money in setting up network blockades to trap online liberals, because the CCP 
greatly fears people freely obtaining information. 
VI. The Degeneration of the Evil Cult of the CCP 
The CCP evil cult essentially rules in opposition to human nature and the 
principles of heaven. The CCP is known for its arrogance, self-importance, 
selfishness, and brutal, unrestrained acts. It consistently brings disasters to 
the country and the people, yet it never admits its mistakes, and would never 
reveal its true nature to the people. The CCP has never hesitated to change its 
slogans and labels, which are regarded by the CCP as the means to maintain its 
control. It will do anything to keep in power with total disregard for morality, 
justice and human life. 
The institutionalization and socialization of this evil cult are bound to lead 
to its collapse. As a result of the centralization of power, public opinion has 
been silenced and all possible monitoring mechanisms have been destroyed, 
leaving no force to stop the CCP from sliding into corruption and disintegration 

Today’s CCP has become the largest ruling “party of embezzlement and corruption” 
in the world. According to official statistics in China, among the 20 million 
officials, officers or cadres in the Party or government over the past 20 years, 
eight million have been found guilty of corruption and disciplined or punished 
based on party or government regulations. If the unidentified corrupt officials 
are also taken into account, the corrupt party and government officials are 
estimated to be at over two thirds, only a small portion of whom have been 
investigated and exposed. 
Securing material benefits by means of corruption and extortion has become the 
strongest coherent force for the unity of the CCP today. The corrupt officials 
know that without the CCP, they would have no opportunity to connive for 
personal gain, and if the CCP falls, they would not only lose their power and 
position, but also face investigation. In Heaven’s Wrath, a novel that exposes 
behind-the-scenes dealings of the CCP officials, the author Chen Fang spelled 
out the CCP’s top secret using the mouth of Hao Xiangshou, a deputy director of 
a municipal CCP office, “corruption has stabilized our political power.” 
The Chinese people see it clearly, “if we fight corruption, the party will fall; 
if we do not fight corruption, the nation will perish.” The CCP, however, will 
not risk its own doom to fight corruption. What it will do is to kill a few 
corrupt individuals as a token sacrifice for the sake of its image. This 
prolongs its life for a few more years at the expense of a small number of 
corrupt elements. Today, the only goals of the CCP evil cult are to keep its 
power and steer clear from its demise. 
In today’s China, ethics and morality have degenerated beyond recognition. 
Shoddy products, prostitutes, drugs, conspiracies between officials and gangs, 
organized crime syndicates, gambling, bribery—corruption of every kind is 
prevalent. The CCP has largely ignored such moral decay, while many high ranking 
officials are the bosses in the back room who are extorting protection fees from 
people who are afraid. Cai Shaoqing, an expert studying mafia and crime 
organizations at Nanjing University, estimates that the number of organized 
crime members in China totals at least one million. Each syndicate figure 
captured always exposes some behind–the-scenes corrupt Communists who are 
government officials, judges, or police. 
The CCP is afraid the Chinese people might gain a sense of conscience and 
morality, so it does not dare to allow the people to have faith in religion or 
freedom of thought. It uses all its resources to persecute the good people who 
have faith, such as the underground Christians who believe in Jesus and God and 
the Falun Gong practitioners who seek to be Truthful, Compassionate and 
Tolerant. The CCP is afraid that democracy would end its one-party rule, so it 
does not dare to give people political freedom. It acts swiftly to imprison 
independent liberals and civil rights activists. It does, however, give people a 
deviated freedom. As long as you do not care about politics and do not oppose 
the CCP’s leadership, you may let your desires go in any way you want, even if 
it means you do wicked, unethical things. As a result the CCP deteriorates 
dramatically and social morality in China experiences an alarmingly sharp 
“Blocking the road to heaven and opening the gate to hell” best describes how 
the evil cult of the CCP has devastated the Chinese society today. 
VII. Reflections on the Evil Rule of the CCP 
What Is the Communist Party? 
This seemingly simple question has no simple answers. Under the pretense of 
being “for the public” and in the guise of a political party, the Communist 
Party has indeed deceived millions of people. And yet it is not a political 
party in the ordinary sense, but a harmful and evil cult possessed by an evil 
specter. The Communist Party is a living being who manifests in this world 
through the Party organizations. What truly controls the Communist Party is the 
evil specter that first entered it, and it is that evil specter that determines 
the evil nature of the Communist Party. 
The leaders of the Communist Party, while acting as the gurus of the cult, serve 
only as the mouthpiece of the evil specter and the Party. When their will and 
purpose are in line with the Party and can be used by it, they will be chosen as 
leaders. But when they can no longer meet the needs of the Party, they will be 
ruthlessly overthrown. The mechanism of struggle of the Party makes sure that 
only the craftiest, the most evil, and the toughest ones will hold steadily to 
the position of guru of the Communist Party. A dozen or so ranking party leaders 
have fallen from grace, which proves the truth of this argument. In fact, the 
top leaders of the Party are walking on a very narrow tight rope. They can 
either break away from the Party line and leave a good name in history, as 
Gorbachev did or be victimized by the Party like many general secretaries of the 
The people are the targets of the Party’s enslavement and oppression. Under the 
Party’s rule, people have no rights to reject the Party. Instead, they are 
forced to accept the Party’s leadership and fulfill the obligation to sustain 
the Party. They are also subjected to regular cult type brainwashing under the 
threat of coercion from the Party. The CCP forces the whole nation to believe in 
and sustain this evil cult. This is rarely seen in the world today, and we have 
to recognize the CCP’s unmatchable skill in such oppression. 
The party members are a physical mass that has been used to fill up the body of 
the Party. Many among them are honest and kind, and may even be quite 
accomplished in their public life. These are the people the CCP likes to 
recruit, since their reputation and competence may used to serve the Party. Many 
others, out of their desire to become an official and enjoy a higher social 
status, would work hard to join the Party and aid the evil being. There are also 
those who chose to join the Party because they want to accomplish something in 
their lives and realized that under the Communist rule they could not do so 
unless they joined the Party. Some joined the Party because they wanted the 
allocation of an apartment or simply wanted a better image. Thus among the tens 
of millions of Party members, there are both good and bad people. Regardless of 
motives, once you swear your allegiance in front of the Party’s flag, willingly 
or otherwise, that means you have voluntarily devoted yourself to the Party. You 
will then go through the brainwashing process by participating in the weekly 
political studies. A significant number of Party members will have little if any 
of their own thoughts left and would be easily controlled by the evil specter of 
the CCP host body as a result of the indoctrination by the Party. These people 
will function within the Party like the cells of a human body, and work non-stop 
for the Party’s existence, even though they themselves are also part of the 
population enslaved by the Party. Sadder still, after the bondage of the “party 
nature” is imposed on you, it becomes very hard to take it off. Once you show 
your human side, you will be purged or persecuted. You cannot withdraw from the 
Party on your own even if you want to, for the Party, with its entrance-yes and 
exit-no policy, would regard you as a traitor. That is why people often reveal a 
dual-nature: in their political life the nature of the Communist Party, and in 
their daily life human nature. 
The Party cadres are a group that retains power among Party members. Though they 
may have choices between good and bad and make their own decisions on specific 
occasions, at specific times, and specific events, they, as a whole, have to 
follow the will of the Party. The mandate dictates “the whole Party obeys the 
Central Committee.” The Party cadres are the leaders at different levels; they 
are the Party’s backbones. They too are merely tools for the Party. They, too, 
have been deceived, used and victimized during the past political movements. The 
CCP’s underlying criterion is to test whether you are following the right guru 
and are sincere in your devotion. 
Why Do People Remain Unaware? 
The CCP has acted viciously and wickedly throughout its more than 50-year rule 
over China. But why do the Chinese people lack a realistic understanding of the 
CCP’s evil nature? Is it because the Chinese are dumb? No. The Chinese 
constitute one of the wisest nations in the world and boast a rich traditional 
culture and heritage of 5000 years. Yet the Chinese people are still living 
under the CCP’s rule, completely afraid of expressing their discontent. The key 
lies in the mind-control practiced by the CCP. 
If the Chinese people enjoyed freedom of expression and could debate openly the 
merits and demerits of the CCP, we could imagine the Chinese would have long ago 
seen through the evil nature of the CCP and freed themselves from the influence 
of this evil cult. Unfortunately, the Chinese people lost their freedom of 
expression and thought over half a century ago with the advent of the CCP’s 
rule. The purpose behind persecution of the rightists among the intellectuals in 
1957 was to restrain free expression and to control people’s minds. In a society 
so lacking fundamental freedoms, most of the youth who had wholeheartedly 
studied the works of Marx and Engels during the Cultural Revolution have 
ironically been labeled as an “anti-Party clique” and are subsequently 
persecuted. Discussing the CCP’s rights and wrongs was simply out of the 
Not many Chinese would even dare to think of calling the CCP an evil cult. 
However, were that assertion made, those who have lived in China would not find 
it hard to discover strong evidence supporting the argument, from both their own 
experience and those of their family and friends. 
The Chinese people have not only been deprived of freedom of thought, they have 
also been indoctrinated with the teachings and culture of the Party. Thus, all 
that people could hear have been the praises of the Party, and their minds have 
been impoverished of any thought other than ideas that reinforce the CCP. Take 
the Tiananmen Massacre for example. When shots were fired on June 4th, 1989, 
many people instinctively ran to hide in the bushes. Moments later, despite the 
risks, they came bravely out of hiding and sang “The Internationale” together. 
These Chinese were indeed courageous, innocent and respectable, yet why did they 
sing “The Internationale,” the Communist anthem, when confronted with the 
Communist killing? The reason is simple. Educated in the Party’s culture, all 
the pitiable people know is Communism. Those in Tiananmen Square did not know 
any other songs than “The Internationale” and a few more ones that praise the 
Communist Party. 
What Is the Way Out? 
The CCP has been moving towards its complete doom. Sadly, it is still trying to 
tie its fate to the Chinese nation before its demise. 
The dying CCP is apparently weakening and its control over people’s minds is 
loosening. With the advance of telecommunications and the Internet, the CCP is 
finding it difficult to control information and suppress expression. As the 
corrupt officials increasingly plunder and oppress the people, the public is 
beginning to wake up from their illusions about the CCP, and many of them have 
started to exercise civil disobedience. The CCP has not only failed to achieve 
its goal of increased ideological control in its persecution of Falun Gong, but 
also further weakened itself while revealing its absolute ruthlessness. This 
opportune moment has made people reconsider the CCP, paving the way for the 
Chinese nation to free itself from the ideological bondage and completely break 
away from the control of the Communist evil specter. 
Having lived under the evil rule of the CCP for over 50 years, the Chinese 
people do not need a violent revolution; rather, they need redemption of their 
souls. This can be achieved through self-help, and the first step towards that 
goal is to become aware of the evil nature of the CCP. 
The day will come when people cast aside the Party’s organizations that are 
attached to the state apparatus, allowing the social systems to function 
independently, backed up by the core forces of the society. With the passing of 
a dictatorial Party organization, the efficiency of the government will be 
improved and enhanced. And that day is right around the corner. In fact, as 
early as the 1980's, the reformers inside the Party advocated the idea of 
“separating the Party from the government,” in an attempt to exclude the Party 
from the government. The reform efforts from within the CCP have proven to be 
inadequate and unsuccessful when the notion of “the absolute leadership of the 
Party” is not totally rejected ideologically. 
The Party culture is the environment necessary for the survival of the communist 
evil cult. Removing the CCP’s possession of people’s minds may prove to be more 
difficult than clearing out the CCP’s possession of state administrations, but 
such a removal is the only way to truly uproot the evil of Communism. This can 
be achieved only through the efforts of the Chinese people themselves. With 
their minds set right and human nature returned to its original state, the 
public would regain its morality and succeed in a transition to a decent 
non-Communist society. The cure for this evil possession lies in the recognition 
of the evil specter’s nature and harmfulness, eradicating it from people’s 
minds, and clearing it out, so that it has no place to hide. The Communist Party 
stresses ideological control, since it is nothing but an ideology itself. That 
ideology will dissipate when all Chinese reject the Communist falsehood in their 
minds, actively wipe out the Party culture, and rid their own mentalities and 
lives of the influences from the communist evil cult. As people save themselves, 
the CCP will disintegrate. 
Nations ruled by Communists are associated with poverty, totalitarianism, and 
persecution. There are very few such nations left, including China, North Korea, 
Vietnam, and Cuba. Their days are numbered. 
With the wisdom of the Chinese people, backed by the inspiration of the 
historical glory of the Chinese nation, a China freed from the evil possession 
of communism will be a promising nation. 
The CCP no longer believes in communism. Its soul has died, but its shadow 
remains. It has inherited only the ‘skin’ of communism, but still manifests the 
nature of an evil cult: arrogance, conceit and selfishness, and indulgence in 
wanton destructiveness. The CCP has inherited the Communist denial of the law of 
heaven, and its rejection of human nature has remained unchanged. 
Today, the CCP continues to rule China with the methods of struggle mastered 
over the years, using its close-knit organizational system coupled with the 
ruling form of “Party possession,” as well as evil propaganda that functions as 
a state-religion. The six features of the Communist Party outlined previously 
place today’s CCP firmly within the definition of an “evil cult’: it does no 
good, only evil. 
As it nears death, this Communist evil cult is accelerating the pace of its 
corruption and degeneration. What is most troublesome is that it is stubbornly 
doing what it can to take the Chinese nation with it into an abyss of corruption 
and degeneration. 
The Chinese need to help themselves; they need to reflect, and they need to 
shake off the CCP. 
[1] “The leopard has died, but its skin is still left” is from the ancient 
Chinese book of prophecy, the Plum Blossom Poem by Shao Yong (1011-1077). The 
leopard here refers to the geographic territory of the former Soviet Union, 
which indeed resembles a running leopard in shape. With the collapse of the 
former Soviet Union, the essence of the communist system has disintegrated, 
leaving only the “skin” (the form), which the Chinese Communist Party inherited. 

[2] Constitution of the People's Republic of China (official translation, 1999).
[3] From Historical Investigation of Mao Zedong’s Purge of “AB Corps” in Soviet 
Area, Jiangxi Province written by Gao Hua. The “AB Corps” incident refers to the 
“Anti-Bolshevik Corps” operation in 1930, when Mao ordered the killing of 
thousands of Party members, Red Army soldiers, and innocent civilians in Jiangxi 
province in an attempt to consolidate his power in the CCP-controlled areas.
[4] From Mao’s “Report on an Investigation of the Peasant Movement in Hunan” 
[5] Mount Tai (Taishan) is the first of five famous mountains in Shandong 
Province, China. It has been a UN world heritage site since 1987.
[6] The Land Enclosure Movement relates to a dark side of the economic reforms 
of China. Similar to the industrial revolution in England (1760-1850), 
agricultural lands in today’s China have been demarcated to build various 
economic zones at all levels (county, city, provincial and state). As a result 
of the land enclosure, Chinese farmers have been losing their land. In the 
cities, residents in older city and town districts were frequently forced to 
relocate so as to vacate the land for commercial development with minimal 
compensation for the residents. More information is available at: 
[7] Two intellectuals who were tortured to death by the CCP during the Great 
Cultural Revolution for disbelieving in the CCP and being outspoken in telling 
the truth.
[8] It refers to the Russian bourgeois revolution in February 1917, which took 
the throne of the Tsar.
[9] The October Revolution, also known as the Bolshevik Revolution, was led by 
Lenin and occurred in October of 1917. The revolution murdered the 
revolutionaries of the capitalist class who had overthrown the Tsar, thus 
strangling Russia’s bourgeois revolution. 
[10] Both the “Mari Incident” and the “April 12th Massacre” refer to the 
Kuomintang’s attacks on the CCP. The “Mari Incident” happened on May 21, 1927, 
in Changsha City of Hunan province. The “April 12th Massacre” occurred on April 
12, 1927 in Shanghai. In both cases, some CCP members and pro-CCP activists were 
attacked, arrested or killed. 
[11] Liu Di, a political officer of the 20th Red Army who was accused of being a 
member of “AB Corps,” led a revolt in Futian charging Li Shaojiu as a 
counter-revolutionary. They took over the control of Futian city and released 
more than 100 arrested for the “AB Corps,” and shouted the “Down with Mao 
Zedong” slogan.
[12] Peng Dehuai (1898-1974): Communist Chinese general and political leader. 
Peng was the chief commander in the Korean War, vice-premier of the State 
Council, Politburo member, and Minister of Defense from 1954-1959. He was 
removed from his official posts after disagreeing with Mao’s Leftist approaches 
at the CCP’s Lushan Plenum in 1959.
[13] From “Li Lisan: The Person for Whom Four Memorial Services Have Been Held.”
[14] The four principles are: socialist path, dictatorship of the proletariat, 
the CCP’s leadership, and Marxism-Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought.
-------------- next part --------------
Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China 

23 November 2006 

To:  Consul General 
     Chinese Consulate 
     75-77 Irving Road 
     Toorak, Vic. 3142 

Dear Mr Liang, 

Many Australians are extremely alarmed by the allegations that large numbers of 
Falun Gong prisoners of conscience have been, and we believe continue to be, killed 
in China to harvest their organs for the transplant trade1. 

Although denied by your government, there has been no serious investigation to 
support such denial and no sign of preventive measures, such as the new legislation, 
being effective2. Both the international community and the Australian public 
believe that this is too serious a crime, if true, to be allowed to continue unabated. 

For the Chinese government to be exonerated from these serious allegations, the 
only way is to allow unfettered inspections and investigations by independent 
investigators from the international community to detention facilities and hospitals 
of their own choosing, including those within the military system due to their 
alleged involvement3. 

The Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong4 (CIPFG) is a global 
alliance of independent concerned parties who are committed to conduct serious 
investigations and to ensure that the alleged killings do not happen. The Australian 
CIPFG delegation has been formed and together with three other delegations, from 
Europe, Asia and North America, we are ready to begin the investigations. 

The July 6th 2006 report into this allegation5 by international human rights lawyer 
David Matas and former Canadian Secretary of State for Asia Pacific region David 
Kilgour (referred to as Matas-Kilgour Report hereafter) has made seventeen 

recommendations for the Chinese government and the global community to act to 
ensure the alleged crime is stopped or at the very least prevented. Most of these 
recommendations could be and should be implemented, whether the allegation is 
true or false6. 

The CIPFG delegations going to China is implementing recommendation 3 of the 
Matas-Kilgour Report, while the inspections and investigations conducted by the 
delegations will action recommendations 11, 12, 13 and 14. 

The Australian CIPFG also urge the implementation of recommendations 10, 15, 16, 
and 17 of the Matas-Kilgour Report by the Chinese government - “the repression, 
imprisonment and severe treatment of Falun Gong practitioners must stop 
immediately”, “organ harvesting from executed prisoner should cease 
immediately”, and “organ transplants should not be for sale”. The delegation, 
while in China, will also investigate and report on evidences of non-compliances of 
10, 15, 16 and 17. 

The Coalition’s teams from the four continents will cover different regions of China; 
the targets of the Australian delegation include Hebei, Jilin and Hubei provinces. 
We have lists of detention facilities and hospitals in these provinces that may be the 
starting points of our investigation, but we may go outside these three provinces if 
need arises in order to follow cases under investigation. 

We would also like to ask for your government’s assistance to locate Mr Gao Zhi 
Sheng (Beijing based lawyer and CIPFG member) and Mr Cao Dong, a Falun Gong 
practitioner who was detained after the Vice-President of the European Parliament 
visited him earlier this year, who we would like to visit. According to Amnesty 
International Mr Gao has been detained since August this year but his whereabouts 
unknown. The international community strongly urge for his immediate release. 

The Australian delegation Victorian team consists of concerned parliamentarians, 
citizens and organizations. We seek to have a meeting with you to discuss and 
organize details for the delegation’s travel to and inside China. 

Your attention and assistance is highly appreciated. 

Yours sincerely, 

National Civic Council 
Spokesperson of CIPFG 
Team leader 

1 Secret Chinese Concentration Camp Revealed http://www.theepochtimes.com/news/6-3-10/39083.html

2 New laws came into effect from 1st July 2006 in China, but failed to prevent an “increase” in supply of 
organs in the lead up to the 2006 National Day (Oct 1st). BBC report http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/asia-

3 Source Reveals Other Chinese Concentration Camps http://www.theepochtimes.com/news/6-3-31/39910.html 

4 Announcing the Establishment of "The Allied Group to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China" 
and Its Preliminary Investigations http://www.clearwisdom.net/emh/articles/2006/4/30/72657.html

5 Download the report at http://investigation.go.saveinter.net/

6 See attached the “recommendations" 

Recommendations in the Matas-Kilgour Report 

J. Recommendations 

1) It goes without saying that the harvesting of organs of unwilling Falun Gong 
practitioners, if it is happening, as we believe it is, should cease. 

2) Organ harvesting of unwilling donors where it is either systematic or widespread is a 
crime against humanity. We are not in a position, with the resources and information at 
our disposal, to conduct a criminal investigation. Criminal authorities in China should 
investigate the allegation for possible prosecution. 

3) Governmental, non-governmental and inter-governmental human rights organizations 
with far better investigative capacity than ours should take these allegations seriously and 
make their own determinations whether or not they are true. 

4) Article 3 of the United Nations Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in 
Persons, bans, among other practices,... the removal of organs. Governments should 
request the relevant agency of the UN (we would suggest the UN Committee Against 
Torture and the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture), to investigate if the government of 
China has engaged in, or is engaging in now, in violations of any of the terms of Article 3. If 
so, the necessary steps to seek a remedy should be initiated with deliberate haste. 

5) Until the Chinese law on organ transplants is effectively implemented, foreign 
governments should not issue visas to doctors from China seeking to travel abroad for the 
purpose of training in organ or bodily issue transplantation. Any doctor in China known to 
be involved in trafficking in the organs of prisoners should be barred entry by all foreign 
countries permanently. 

6) All states should strengthen their laws against the crime of trafficking in organs. The 
laws should require doctors to report to the authorities of their country any evidence 
suggesting that a patient has obtained an organ from a trafficked person abroad, defined to 
include persons in detention abroad. 

7) All should prevent and, at the very least, discourage their nationals from obtaining organ 
transplants in China until the Chinese law on organ transplants is rigorously implemented. 
States should, if necessary, deny passports or revoke passports of those who are travelling 
to China for organ transplants. 

8) Until the international community is satisfied that the new Chinese law on organ 
transplants is effectively implemented, foreign funding agencies, medical organizations 
and individual health professionals should not participate in any Government of China-
sponsored organ transplant research or meetings. Foreign companies which currently 
provide goods and services to China's organ transplant programs should cease and desist 
immediately until the government of China can demonstrate that their law on organ 
transplants is effective. 

9) The current form of dialogue between Canada and China over human rights should 
cease. Canadian political scientist and former diplomat Charles Burton recently declared 
the dialogue a charade. In hindsight, the Government erred in agreeing to the talk fests in 
exchange for Canada no longer co-sponsoring the yearly motion criticizing China's 
government at the then UN Human Rights Commission. 

10) The repression, imprisonment and severe mistreatment of Falun Gong practitioners 
must stop immediately. 

11) All detention facilities, including forced labour camps, must be opened for international 
community inspection through the International Committee for the Red Cross or other 
human rights or humanitarian organization. 

12) Chinese hospitals should keep records of the source of every transplant. These records 
should be available for inspection by international human rights officials. 

13) Every organ transplant donor should consent to the donation in writing. These 
consents should be available for inspection by international human rights officials. 

14) China and every other state now party to the Convention against Torture, including 
Canada, should accede to the Optional Protocol to the Convention against Torture. 

15) Every organ transplant, both donation and receipt, should have official approval from a 
government supervisory agency before the transplant takes place. 

16) Organ harvesting from executed prisoners should cease immediately. 

17) Commercialization of organ transplants should cease. Organ transplants should not be for sale. 

More information about the Pkg-nagios-devel mailing list