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Persecution outside China

When criticised for its abysmal human rights record by Western governments, the Chinese communist regime's default position is that "outsiders should not interfere with China's internal affairs". But when it comes to controlling its citizens or advancing its own interests abroad, the CCP apparently considers what happens anywhere in the world to be its "internal affairs".

Spy network

China's interference in the affairs of other countries through its vast spy network is well documented, as is its policy of extending the persecution of Falun Gong outside its borders. Falun Gong practitioners in North America, Europe, Australia, and many other places have frequently felt the weight of Chinese oppression. They have had their websites attacked, their personal computers filled with viruses, their phones bugged, their homes and vehicles broken into, and much more. They have even been physically attacked by CCP hirelings on more than one occasion.

Private property

Putting all the pieces together, a clear pattern emerges: The CCP considers anyone with a Chinese face its private property and believes it has absolute authority over that person anywhere in the world. And for Falun Gong practitioners who have been targeted for eradication in China, the situation is even worse, as the CCP will stop at nothing – not even its own borders – to pursue this irrational persecution.

Articles in this category

Australian city councillor says no to unreasonable demands of Chinese consulate 03/04/2015

Persecution abroad (Minghui.org) “Falun Gong is legal in our country. The Chinese consulate in Sydney does not represent the Chinese Australian community.” This was Parramatta City Councillor John Hugh's response to the Chinese consulate's accusation that “Mr Hugh is not welcomed by Chinese communities.”


Ontario, Canada: threatening letter from China has the opposite effect 28/02/2014

Provincial legislator vows stronger support for Falun Gong

Propaganda (Minghui.org) A Member of Provincial Parliament in Ontario, Mr Jack MacLaren, had an unexpected and disturbing encounter with representatives of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) recently.

He received an unsigned letter from the Jiangsu branch of CPAFFC (Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries), a CCP organisation, on January 13th, 2014. The letter demanded that he withdraw his support for Falun Gong and urged him to ask his colleagues to do the same.

Mr MacLaren stated that the demands of CCP organisations have no influence over his decisions. On the contrary, he said, the letter has prompted him to step up his efforts to support Falun Gong practitioners.


San Francisco: Judge places injunction on attacker of Falun Gong practitioners 09/09/2012

Success stories (Minghui.org) The San Francisco Superior Court placed a restraining order against San Francisco resident Jingjun Chin on Wednesday (August 1st) after the court was presented with video evidence that he physically attacked and harassed San Francisco residents who practise Falun Gong.

 

Under Chinese pressure, Russia restricts Falun Gong rights 30/08/2012

Ominous "extremist" law misused to censor Falun Gong teachings, local practitioners harassed

Persecution abroad New York – Responding to pressure from the Chinese Communist Party, the Russian authorities are increasingly suppressing the rights of citizens who practise Falun Gong in Russia.


Taiwanese Falun Gong practitioner abducted in China 28/07/2012

Family, legislators in Taiwan call for businessman’s immediate release

Family and children NEW YORK – Chinese security agents abducted a Taiwanese businessman who practises Falun Gong from an airport in southern China last week, placing him at risk of torture and imprisonment. As thousands in Taiwan have offered support to his family, the Falun Dafa Information Centre calls for his immediate and unconditional release.


Chinese regime influence cited in Russian ban on Falun Gong books, human rights watchdog reports 10/03/2012

Persecution abroad By Stephen Gregory & Helena Zhu. The main text of the spiritual practice Falun Gong is studied in 114 countries around the world, has been translated into 30 languages, and was a runaway best seller in Beijing, but last week a regional appeals court in Russia banned it. Human rights activists and Falun Gong practitioners say the ban is due to pressure on Russia from the Chinese regime.