Did China’s former Party Chief himself receive organs from murdered Falun Gong practitioners in order to prolong his life? Chinese netizens have cast serious doubts on the 91-year-old’s more youthful appearance and strange health improvement.
Keep in mind, this is the man—nicknamed “toad” by Chinese netizens—who instigated the imprisonment and torture of many thousands of gentle meditators, who were renowned for having healthy bodies due to their practice.
Jiang Zemin served as China’s dictator from 1993 until 2003. In 1999, he began a violent and bloody campaign to wipe out the estimated 100 million Chinese who were practicing Falun Gong, a popular, free-of-charge meditation practice.
Even after he stepped down from the top job, he has been controlling the military from behind the scenes, and Falun Gong meditators were still his target for eradication.
Evidence on all fronts
An unascertainable number of illegally detained meditators have since been systematically murdered for their organs—one by one after blood tests—ahead of scheduled transplants, as outlined in bombshell investigations.
Bai Shuzhong, a former Minister of Health for the People’s Liberation Army, was secretly recorded in a phone call, saying: “At the time, it was Chairman Jiang. There was an instruction to start this thing, organ transplantation,” reports The Epoch Times.
[Jiang], “I heard gave an instruction … to sell kidneys, do operations …” Bai added.
In the year 2000, it was clear that something sinister was going on in China regarding organ transplants.
Organ transplant figures, which had hardly existed before, went through the roof. New transplant centers sprang up everywhere, and waiting times for new organs plummeted to as little as a week or even days, compared to other countries where the wait is usually calculated in several years or more.
Prior to 2000, organs for transplant in China mostly came from executed prisoners, as there was no national program for organ donation after death, so figures were very low. But suddenly in 2000, the transplant rates, despite a purported reduction in executions, dramatically rose.
Behind closed doors
Independent researchers David Matas, Ethan Gutmann, and David Kilgour began piecing things together, and finally came to the conclusion that the ruling Party of China was pillaging the organs from Falun Gong practitioners on a national scale, a state-sanctioned crime that still takes place to this day.
The investigators based their research on witness statements, secretly recorded phone conversations, blood tests, hospital data, and a plethora of other facts.
A picture began to emerge of the regime-instigated horrors that were taking place behind closed doors, away from the public eye.
On July 20, 2006, Matas and Kilgour presented findings of their investigation in a report titled, “Report into Allegations of Organ Harvesting of Falun Gong Practitioners in China.”
“We have concluded that the government of China and its agencies in numerous parts of the country, in particular hospitals but also detention centers and ‘people’s courts’, since 1999 have put to death a large but unknown number of Falun Gong prisoners of conscience,” reads an excerpt from the report.
“Their vital organs, including kidneys, livers, corneas and hearts, were seized involuntarily for sale at high prices, sometimes to foreigners, who normally face long waits for voluntary donations of such organs in their home countries.”
How many high-level Party officials, including their families and friends who suffered from ill health, have obtained organs from murdered Falun Gong practitioners?
Jiang’s rejuvenated appearance raises eyebrows
The former CCP leader Jiang might well have one or a number of their organs too, as his rejuvenated appearance is raising eyebrows.
Jiang Zemin’s out-of-the-norm failure to attend the 90th anniversary gala in 2011 fueled rumors he was severely ill, as he had not made any public appearances in months.
In 2012, he was seen at the 18th Communist Party Congress at the Great Hall of the People, in what was a rare public appearance, being supported by his henchmen, as he could hardly walk on his own.
Six years later, Jiang was spotted at the 19th Communist Party Congress in October 2017, where his more youthful appearance caused a stir, as he obviously looked much less frail and shriveled.
What could explain this change? It surely did not go unnoticed by netizens in China.
“I wonder how many organs he had to have replaced, to be standing in the middle of the stage,” wrote one internet user.
Another wanted to know the secret of Jiang’s more youthful appearance. “He’s getting younger and younger each time I see him,” wrote one commenter on Sina Weibo, a Chinese version of Twitter.
China’s internet was fixated on him, even though he was sitting down behind current Party Chief Xi Jinping, who was presenting his three-hour speech, and was meant to be the focus of attention.
Rumors of Jiang’s death circulate on the internet every couple of months, but he was very much alive and kicking at the Party congress.
Live organ harvesting is performed in official hospitals, including those run by the Chinese military, such as the 301 Military in Beijing. Many high-ranking Party officials visit the 301 for treatment, including ex-Party Chief Jiang.
For a rare eyewitness account of live organ harvesting, check out NTD’s shocking report.
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