Organ Harvesting Real and Still Happening, Say US, UK Parliaments

Organ Harvesting Real and Still Happening, Say US, UK Parliaments



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Tue, January 19, 2021


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The US introduces a bipartisan bill, and the UK House of Lords approves an amendment to combat one of the most heinous CCP crimes.

by Marco Respinti

US Congressman Chris Smith.
US Congressman Chris Smith (credits).

Organ harvesting is a sneaky tragedy for which the CCP

It stands for Chinese Communist Party, which from 1949 controls all social and political life in China. Members of CCP should in principle be self-proclaimed atheists. The ultimate goal of CCP is suppression of religion. However, how this goal is achieved has varied during time, and after Chairman Mao’s death the CCP has acknowledged that, notwithstanding its efforts, religions may survive in China for a long time.

“>CCP-led Chinese regime should be held accountable, yet it seems it always manages to escape at the last minute. This is why any step in the direction of a public acknowledgement of this horrible reality taken by governments and parliaments is precious.

On December 15, 2020, in the US a bipartisan bill entitled Stop Forced Organ Harvesting Act of 2020 has been introducedin the Senate by Senator Thomas B. Cotton (R-AR) as S.5016, as well as in the House of Representatives by Congressmen Christopher H. Smith (R-NJ) and Thomas R. Suozzi (D-New York) as H.R. 8972, to expand the US government’s powers to directly combat organ harvesting.

It is an unprecedented piece of legislation that creates a path toward a completely new approach on the matter. In this way, the horrors of organ harvesting move from recognition by focus groups and NGOs to the broader realm of public policy in the most powerful and influential country in the world. Pending now in the US Congress, the bill will surely gain momentum as the new US Administration, which will inaugurate on January 20, takes office. The three signers of the human harvesting bill in the two branches of the US legislative body have in fact all been re-elected on November 3, and are eager to continue their bipartisan political battle on the subject. They know how relationships with China are strategic for America, and are even more convinced that Human Rights