The Secret Behind China’s Economy

I went to a “Falun Gong Organ Harvesting Briefing” yesterday on Parliament Hill in Ottawa, and during the question period one of the speakers, David Kilgour, described China as something along the lines of a Capitalist Communist totalitarian state, thus a “no holds barred capitalism”, where economic prosperity is pursued with little concern for the well being of citizens, especially those who are seen as enemies or offer no valuable benefit to the government. This reminded me of this video.

Here is also a brief video on the harvesting of organs in China.

If you any of you have ever seen the series called “The Corporation” it describes how corporations pursue the “almighty dollar” at any cost. It also talks about how we should look to the government as good guys and how we can look to them to combat unresponsible corporations. Well in China’s case its the government itself trying to make a profit from its citizens at any cost, so sadly they have no where to look to for help.


3 thoughts on “The Secret Behind China’s Economy

  1. Anonymous

    The Falun Gong allegation David Kilgour’s promoting has been discredited by multiple undercover investigations.

    US government and Chinese dissident investigations:


    2) (section CRS-7)

    3) (page 3)

    As you can see, the hospital Falun Gong accused is partly owned by a Malaysian health care company and is subject to oversight beyond Chinese authority.

  2. Jigme32

    China has already indirectly admitted to organ harvesting when they recently passed a law, that i think either, denounces organ harvesting or makes it illegal within China.

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