TOPIC: 99.7 % of Uighurs in Xinjiang forced to donate blo
99.7 % of Uighurs in Xinjiang forced to donate blo
07 Nov 2017 20:34 #1
99.7 % of Uighurs in Xinjiang forced to donate blood for organ matching database
About 99.7 percent of the Uighur Muslim population in China's Xinjiang Province have reportedly been cajoled and coerced into donating blood to a government-run organ bank.
According to a report in the Epoch Times website, oncologist Anwar Todi Bogda recently held a lecture in Taiwan where he exposed live evidence of human organs for profit.
Bogda referred to the Communist Party of China's (CPC's) "universal health examination," the name of the Xinjiang Uighur massive blood project, aimed at establishing organ matching database.
Bogda showed photos inside her cell phone and pointed out that there was a fast-track specially opened for transport of special passengers and human organs at an airport in Xinjiang.
Only Uighurs have reportedly been asked to draw and donate blood. The Uighur population about 15 million to 20 million
According to a survey carried out by U.S. investigative reporter and author Ethan Gutmann, this year, 99.7% of Uighurs have completed their blood tests.
Physicians have pointed out that organ harvesting has become an industry in mainland China.
According to Anwar Toto, the CCP recently sent 25 percent of the Uighur population to the so-called "learning class", but those who were sent "did not come back.."
He believes that the Chinese communists are making blood matches for organ transplants.
He said live organ harvesting has formed an industry in Mainland China. About 600 hospitals will be approved for this purpose. Doctors, in order to win surgeries, have launched "promotional programs" Some websites give free gifts of 20 organs, 4 hours will be able to find a matching organ, Baohuancai
The CCP has no ethical bottom line. He urged that anyone who wants to change organs in mainland China should think twice about otherwise becoming an indirect murderer.
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