I am committed to human rights issues and I am specifically concerned with China. My connection to this country came about through qigong, which I have been practicing for many years. In fact, I practice Falun Dafa and this qigong has been practiced in China since 1999 by the Chinese government at various levels. I stood up against this persecution and inform and draw attention to it.
If you want to know why the Chinese Communist Party is persecuting Falun Dafa, here is a brief and concise answer to this question: http://en.faluninfo.eu/background/why_persecuted
A comprehensive collection of reports and a lot of information gathered to provide information and deeper insight into this tracking can be found at the Falun Dafa Information Center at this link: http://en.faluninfo.eu
I am also lyrically occupied with this persecution and the following poems have emerged over the course of time:
- Lyrik – Umnachtet, umnachtet, die Gutherzigen werden eiskalt ausgeschlachtet
- Lyrik – Menschenrechte, Menschenrechte, wie seht ihr auf diese Frage herab?
- Lyrik – Hong Kong
- Lyrik – wach werden
- Lyrik von Stenor – Du glaubst
Through years of information work, worldwide, the situation in China is also changing very slowly, but it is changing and “thank God” there are more and more politicians, celebrities, simply people with consciences, who also stand up with words and deeds to bring an end to this persecution.
So what is the current situation and what is the current development?
“Europe agrees that the organ robbery in China must be stopped immediately. On 12 December the European Parliament in Strasbourg adopted an urgent resolution calling on the Chinese Communist regime to put an immediate end to its mass organ robbery of living people”.
“With an absolute majority, the European Parliament passed a resolution urging the EU to “immediately end the practice of organ robbery of prisoners of conscience and members of religious and ethnic minorities”. The Chinese government’s declaration “to abolish this practice by 2015” was unacceptable. (Link to article)
Full text of the resolution: European Parliament resolution of 12 December 2013 on organ withdrawals in China (2013/2981(RSP)), P7_TA-PROV(2013)0603 – www.europarl.europa.eu