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    Falun Gong: Free to Believe

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    country and spread by the name of “Falun Gong.” Falun Gong practitioners are faced with persecution in China, pushing them to head overseas to practice in peace. Although it may cause conflicts, America’s reinforcing religious freedom internationally is crucial, as not only will it save millions of lives all over the world, but also preserve the national identity of the United States as an advocate of human rights. In 1992, Li Hongzhi, the founder of Falun Gong, began spreading the practice in China

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    Persecution of Falun Gong Becomes Unlawful Why should I become a victim to what I believe in? The Chinese Republic has brainwashed,tortured, and killed most the population of the Falun Gong members. The Falun Gong itself is a peaceful religion, that believed in maintaining a healthy lifestyle with calm meetings and meditating. So, what exactly made this group become the major enemy of the Republic? The type of punishments that the Falun Gong members had to endure, were made to dehumanize the people

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    participate in certain major international religions. One religion that is illegal to participate in under Chinese law is the spiritual practice of Falun Gong. A new movement, the Falun Gong grew quickly in China and globally, and was officially banned in 1999. The CCP claims the Falun Gong is evil, and should be destroyed humanely to save China. However, the Falun Gong is peaceful, and the Chinese government is the institution that tortures, jails, and abuses its citizens if they are practitioners of the

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    Organs of the Peaceful People

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    of this disturbing act; people who follow the Falun Gong religion are being murdered and their organs are getting taken away. The mass murder of Falun Gong followers was recently discovered in 2006, after thousands had already been killed. Unbelievable amounts of Falun Gong followers were sent to concentration camps by the Republic of China. The Republic of China used organ harvesting as a method of controlling the Falun Gong followers. The Falun Gong is a peaceful religion based around the cultivation

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    Internet Censorship A somewhat famous politician once said, "Censorship, like charity, should begin at home: but unlike charity, it should end there" (Luce). The 21st century is a lot like a technological renaissance in the fact that there is so much creativity, so much dissent, and so many people unsure of how to respond to the new interconnectability. Whether it is a simple image, or an entire program, the internet has made life much more simple, and that much more difficult to regulate. Unlike

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    of Zhuan Falun In all periods of China’s history, groups upholding ideologies even remotely different from those of the Chinese government are oppressed. Since China has always been under a single party leadership, a faction can flourish one day then fall to shambles the next. Before China’s banning of Zhuan Falun by Li Hongzhi, the book enjoyed over seven years of warm welcome and support. Upon its publishment in 1992, his book became an instant bestseller and Li began teaching Falun Gong, the practice

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    A Deathly Commitment to Belief

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    follow Falun Gong, that is the case. Falun Gong is an ancient practice for the mind and body, it involves gentle movements and meditation. Although it seems harmless, the Chinese Communist Party would say otherwise. The Chinese Communist Party felt that Falun Gong was a waste, a menace to society, and pointless. After receiving criticism internationally they set out to rationalise themselves. So they enabled a backlash against all qigong practices, which were just meditation exercises like Falun Gong

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    Restriction of Peaceful Mind

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    East, but what about China? Under a communist government, everything in China is restricted, limited, and monitored, especially religion. However, against all odds, one particular religion emerged from the country, spreading by the name of “Falun Gong.” Falun Gong, though growing and becoming more popular, faces persecution and discrimination at home in China, leaving many practitioners no choice but to head overseas, especially to the United States, for a chance to practice their beliefs in peace.

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    humanity, causing limitless agony and tragedy. It has also pushed civilization to the brink of destruction. It has become an extremely malevolent force against the universe. 5. On the Collusion of Jiang Zemin with the CCP to Persecute Falun Gong Why is Falun Gong, which upholds the principles of “Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance” and has been promulgated in over 60 countries worldwide, being persecuted only in China, not anywhere else in the world? In this persecution, what is the relationship

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    the “almighty Fa,” which he exclusively represents. He is therefore essentially the chosen saviour of man. Notwithstanding, he also professes that he first recognized his special powers at the age of eight. His teaching also includes the spinning “falun ( ),” which is a mystical “wheel of law” that he claims to be able to insert into his disciples’ abdomens . Li’s iconic leadership increasingly became an object of worship for millions of his followers over the world, because frequent public demonstrations

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