State Sanctioned Killing for Organs Could Spread Beyond China If Not Challenged: Dr Torsten Trey

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State Sanctioned Killing for Organs Could Spread Beyond China If Not Challenged: Dr Torsten Trey​



The Chinese government’s practice of forced organ harvesting often uses prisoners of conscience as a living pool for human organs, and these people are killed on demand in a murder-for-profit operation. Governments around the world, including in the United States and UK, have publicly condemned Chinese authorities for the practice, and the collection of evidence has made the issue an unavoidable topic in human rights circles. To learn more about the Chinese government’s practice of forced organ harvesting, and what’s being done to stop it, we sat down for an interview with Dr. Torsten Trey, founder of Doctors Against Forced Organ Harvesting (DAFOH).
 

Ellanjay

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Huawei eyes lead in 6G technology race; Wikipedia bans users over concerns of CCP infiltration​



Leaders and politicians from around the world are calling for action against Beijing’s #HumanRightsAbuses, as China’s practice of organ harvesting from non-consenting donors has been largely ignored for years. A major U.S. film studio is looking toward China’s checkbook. Universal Studios’ largest resort sees its grand opening in Beijing, despite deteriorating U.S.-China relations. China, the United States, and other nations around the world are facing off over next-gen technology. They’re competing for first place in developing 6G telecom networks, and a Chinese tech giant is eyeing the lead. Beijing is hoping to join a major Pacific trade pact. But not everyone is on board.
 
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