DECOUPLE AND RESTRUCTURE THE WORLD ECONOMIC SYSTEM
The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) on March 10, 2020 released “Organ Procurement and Extrajudicial Execution in China: A Review of the Evidence,” a report by China Studies Research Fellow Matthew P. Robertson that examines the evidence underlying allegations of extrajudicial killing for the harvesting of organs by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Robertson found that starting in 2000, China rapidly constructed a world-class organ transplantation system that began performing tens of thousands of transplants annually.
If the allegations of systematic state-sanctioned and supported murder for the purposes of selling organs are vicious slanders, one would expect the CCP to be transparent in demonstrating the legitimate and ethical source of transplanted organs. Instead, they have co-opted international medical elites, responded with propaganda to those making the allegations, and engaged in an elaborate scheme of data falsification, creating a Potemkin voluntary donation system while continuing to offer organs on-demand to paying clients.
VOC published this report to bring attention to and careful consideration of these longstanding allegations, and to prompt not only a shift in the terms of debate on this issue but long-overdue American and international governmental investigation and action.
One cannot help wondering about the political party that made this butchery possible. When was it founded and who was the founder? It was actually a Russian born in Belarus in 1893 that did the founding. Emigrating to the United States but also living in Canada he returned to Russia to join the Bolsheviks in 1918. He fought for the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Siberia and the Far East during the Civil War. As an agent of the Communist International (Comintern) he ”constructed a Chinese Party” according to Jung Chang Jon Halliday ”Mao – the Unknown Story” (2006). Mao was not invited to be one of the founders. The party was founded in August 1920 and Mao was there in the small group of communists. When the founding took place he had left.
The United States rightfully challenges what is in reality a criminal organization. The China ruled by CCP seeks to aggressively influence in the United States and other countries in the West.
The American engagement with China started after the end of the Cold War to heavily engage in the belief that more interaction woulad make it more like a liberal democracy. That was the false hope in relation to the CPSU in Soviet Russia as well.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has correctly described the present state of China and CCP: “Indeed, under [Chinese Communist Party General Secretary] Xi Jinping, the country is moving exactly in the opposite direction — more repression, more unfair competition, more predatory economic practices; indeed, a more aggressive military posture as well”.
China’s government has methodically analyzed the U.S. system and has “decided to exploit our freedoms to gain advantage over us at the federal level, the state level, and the local level.
There is growing concern in the United States over the China threat. The coronavirus pandemic has put the spotlight on China dominating the American pharmaceutical market.
Americans, and all Westerners, now have to ask if there should be collaboration with a regime that ultimately seeks to be a totalitarian world hegemon. Is it possible to have a relationship with a regime who believes in engaging in unrestricted warfare to achieve it?
It is time for China decoupling and a restructuring of the world economic system developed over the last 40 years. A criminal political party founded by a Bolshevik Soviet agent should not any longer be in a position to use the present system.
Author. Born 1940, Helsingborg, Sweden; LL.M. Lund University, Sweden; Senior Enforcement Service Officer, Enforcement Service Officer, 1969 – 2001; Assistant Judge, Sweden, 1967 – 69; Author, 15 books and over 100 Magazine/Journal articles in various languages; Swedish Author’s Fund Grants, 1976, 1979 and 1994; Swedish Photocopy Fund Grant, 1990.