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Thursday, October 05, 2006

Our "Friends" The Chinese: Why Do We Even Acknowledge This Nation?

AllahPundit at Hot Air has an exclusive report from SKY News about our "friends" in China. (PLEASE watch the video on the SKY site.)

The report starts off with a story about a young man in China that had been accused by the government of capitol crimes, and was imprisoned. He was later executed for those crimes. Another man is brought up next, who was accused him of rape and murder. The trial lasted half a day, and he was convicted. He had been tortured for his confession, and was only cleared when the authorities caught a serial killer who confessed to those crimes. The report makes a point about torture being used in Chinese prisons as a regular form of interrogation, and has images of an inmate handcuffed to a set of window bars. The inmate keeps trying to break free from the cuffs.

What this leads to, though, is a most horrific revelation. The Chinese have decided to take their executions on the road. They have constructed several buses that can simply go out, round up the "usual suspects," and execute them in the bus via lethal injection. Why the urgency to serve as judge, jury, and executioner in China? Why, it's to fuel their organ harvesting program.

It's apparently a booming business in china. The SKY News report acknowledges that doctors have admitted that the majority of organs harvested in China come from those that have been executed. This is a booming business in China. SKY News also has some footage of a mass execution underway in a prison. It cuts away just before the soldiers shoot the prisoners in the back of the head. SKY News quotes the number of executions at "three-and-a-half to ten thousand" per year are killed by the Chinese government. And that's through their "justice system."

In an undercover investigative report, doctors in China admitted that they could get new organs for people within "a few weeks," and it's during this interview when they admitted that the vast majority of their organs comes from the executed. Amnesty International has stated that they high number of those executed in China may stem from their organ harvesting programs. For those unfamiliar with those awaiting organ transplants, the costs are through the roof. Those who obtain organs through the normal means in America will sell them for a hefty price. China, no doubt, is doing the same thing. But they're not content with waiting for them to die in crashes or other accidents. They seem to be ready to take the next step.

And here is an enlraged photo of the "Death Cars" in China from a USA Today report back on June 15th of this year. And it took me less than two seconds to locate the original SKY News report on this heinous act by the Chinese government. The Chinese, naturally, deny such practices are in place, yet in their denial they note that there was some laxity regarding the harvesting before, and "new regulations" in place since July 1st has alleviated any problems.

Tell me another one, Pinocchio. The IOC gave China the Olympic Games on the condition that they would improve their human rights problems, and end the abuses. And while on the outside china may be showing that, behind the curtain there is something far more sinister at work. It's reports like these that need to make the rounds so that people realize that one of our "close trade partners" is willing to murder it's own citizens for a profit.

Also, I've tried to locate the pictures that SKY News showed in their report about the "Death Car" in china. Aside from the one picture in the USA Today, I can't find anymore anywhere else. The pictures they show are detailed. The inside fo the bus has gurneys for the "prisoners," and obviously the lethal injection tools for the executions. It also appears that they also have the necesary tools for extracting any and all healthy organs from the executed. And these are the specifications for the bus from USA Today:

Cost: $37,500 to $75,000, depending on vehicle's size Length: 20 to 26 feet Top speed: 65 to 80 mph

Execution chamber: in the back, with blacked-out windows; seats beside the stretcher for a court doctor and guards; sterilizer for injection equipment; wash basin.

Observation area: in the middle, with a glass window separating it from execution area; can accommodate six people; official-in-charge oversees the execution through monitors connected to the prisoner and gives instruction via walkie-talkie.

Driver area

Production to date: at least 40 vehicles, made by Jinguan and two other companies in Jiangsu and Shandong provinces.

What is, perhaps, the sickest part of this whole story is this from the USA Today report:

Makers of the death vans say the vehicles and injections are a civilized alternative to the firing squad, ending the life of the condemned more quickly, clinically and safely. The switch from gunshots to injections is a sign that China "promotes human rights now," says Kang Zhongwen, who designed the Jinguan Automobile death van.

Yes, and so did the Nazis when they switched from bullets to Zyklon-B cyanide gas.

Sabrina McKinney

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Just a quick note for all those newbies coming here from Hot-Air, I didn't mean to give Allah the impression this was my site. I'm just guest-blogging here for the "kids" who normally run this site who are on their honeymoon. I used to blog here a while back, and I'm only back--right now--temporarily. They're great writers, and I was honored to serve in their stead while they embark on Step One of their new lives together. And if you feel the need, feel free to leave a comment!

Sabrina McKinney


Anonymous karla said...

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