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Lawyer’s 3rd open letter urge to stop the Brutality(30)

Posted by Author on August 31, 2006

We Must Immediately Stop the Brutality That
Suffocates Our Nation’s Conscience and Morality
by Gao Zhisheng /

(cont’d)

gao zhisheng In this open letter, I would also like to bring several requests to the government’s attention. These are to end immediately the violent persecution of people who uphold their beliefs and to free and compensate Yang Guang and other prisoners of conscience! Yet we are not asking for the government to reinstate the good name of Falun Gong people. For in their own hearts, as well as in the hearts of ethical members in our society, no one has ever claimed that this group of people was problematic. A system that has ruthlessly tortured a nation for over half a century no longer has the moral values or qualifications to reinstate anyone’s good name. Moreover, to allow such a statement to be made by this system is an insult to the victims! I hereby warn those who still endorse violence to cease their barbaric acts since this is your last chance!

Lastly, allow me to tell Mr. Hu Jintao and Mr. Wen Jiabao with respect that we must have the courage and morality to admit that the political machine, which has ruthlessly tortured our nation for half a century, is tainted with the blood and tears of innocent people and that the piteous fate of the Chinese people, owing to coercion and oppression by the dictatorship of thousands of years, is still without end. We must acknowledge that our nation, our people, have the right to pursue democracy, freedom, the rule of law, and human rights, and that this yearning has never before been this fervent. Today, any attempt to obstruct people’s pursuit for the abovementioned rights will end in vain. Please pardon my frankness but all the blood debts have been engraved in the people’s eyes, experiences, and tainted memories. Gentlemen, only when the safety of the suffering people is in your hearts can you find true security. Likewise, only when you genuinely care for the future of our nation will you have equally as bright a future!

Wishing Mr. Jintao and Mr. Wen Jiabao safety and health in the New Year.

May the New Year bring a new world for my fellow citizens!

May God bless the Chinese people!

Your fellow citizen,

Gao Zhisheng

December 12, 2005 Changchun City, Jilin Province

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Gao zhisheng’s 2nd open letter to China head, on Nov. 22, 2005
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Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao: Please Answer the Following Questions
Gao zhisheng’s 1st open letter to China head,
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