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Global Torch Relay Arrives In Romania: Against Genocide In China

Posted by Author on September 10, 2007

Press Release, CIPFG, September 10,2007-CIPFG logo

As a new member of the European Union, Romania wants to show that it has learned the lesson of democracy about respecting and sustaining the human rights.

Timisoara is the town where the wave of freedom started in Romania in December 1989. Timisoara kept its reputation this time too. Professors, athletes, political and cultural personalities but also the citizens of this town expressed their support for the cause this Torch was lit for: ending the crimes against humanity ruled in this very moment by the Chinese communist government.

We received an important support from the mayor of Timisoara – Mr. Gheorghe Ciuhandu, renowned Romanian gymnast Maria Olaru – gold and silver medallist at the Summer Olympic Games in 2000 (Sydney, Australia), Mr. Ducu Darie – director of the European Theatres Union, Mr. Vasile Docea – university lecturer, Dogar Tabita – triple Balkan champion at relay race (4×100 m) and individual (100m), Rosenblum Aida – national vice champion at 300 m, Mr. Tiberiu Toro – deputy, Simona Pele – Radio Timisoara, among many others citizens of Timisoara, to which we thank them.

When it received the honour to host the Olympic Games in 2008, the communist government promissed to improve the situation of human rights in China.

In less than a year until the Olympics, the promises made back then remained just promises. Even more, trying to assure that there will not be democratic movements; the Chinese government tries to maintain the “silence,” spreading terror among the population. So, illegal arrests, crimes, rapes, forced indoctrination, death by torture and evil practices, organ harvesting from living prisoners in order to be sold on the black markets, followed by the cremation of the victim’s body, all these crimes got worse and are organized by the Chinese officials in order to discourage any possible tentative of protest from population.

In this moment in China, democrats, journalists, Internet users, Christians, Tibetans, Uighurs, and especially Falun Gong practitioners (an ancient Chinese practice to improve ones moral standard and based on the principles of Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance), who are subjected to forced removal of vital organs, lawyers, human rights activists, monks – all of them are persecuted constantly by the communist government from Beijing.

We welcome all of you who want to sustain the Human Rights Torch Relay to come to Timisoara on Monday, the 10th of September, 2007, at 19:00 o’clock in Maria Square. The more we are the better.

Only a strong solidarity from all of those who cherish the human being, the right of your own faith, the freedom of speech, truth, tolerance, compassion, and in general all the high moral values of humankind, can oppose to the serious violations of human rights and crimes against humanity.

Monday’s schedule, 10th September, city Timisoara

19.00 – 19.15 – Maria Square, the presentation of the event and the lighting of the torch
19.15 – 20.00 – The carrying of the Torch from Maria Square to Unirii Square
20.00 – 21.30 – Unirii Square – festivity and speeches.

The organizer of the event is the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China (CIPFG), a NGO established in Great Britain, with the headquarters in London. It has over 300 members and its mission is to stop the persecution against Falun Gong in China.

Original press release from CIPFG

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