The Chinese Communist Party treats the question of transplant volume as a state secret. But evidence is emerging that suggests China’s ready supply of organs is related to the dwindling number of government dissenters.
organ transplantation system appears capable of working miracles. Need a
new liver? You can get one in 24 to 72 hours—for a price. To anyone
familiar with the voluntary organ donation system in the United States,
where the median wait time for a liver exceeds 300 days, such availability raises the question about organ sourcing.
How does the Chinese system locate, identify, and match a deceased donor within such a short timeframe?
The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation (VOC) on Tuesday released “Organ Procurement and Extrajudicial Execution in China: A Review of the Evidence,”
a report by China Studies Research Fellow Matthew P. Robertson that
examines the evidence underlying allegations of extrajudicial killing
for the harvesting of organs by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
The report, together with the final judgment of the China Tribunal
charged with investigating the question of the criminal liability of
the Chinese state with respect to forced organ harvesting from prisoners
of conscience, challenges international complacency on the topic.........The price of a Chinese transplant is not paid in dollars and cents, but
rather in the lives of the prisoners of conscience whose organs are
harvested. The price is too high............To Read More....
My Take - This is a moral failure beyond imagination. Because of how things are happening, and how quickly they're happening, it's clear China is acting like a fast food restaurant, offering execution on demand, and those executions are being performed on those who are "prisoners of conscience". People who disagree with the state, including Uyghur Muslims, all of whom have been blood tested, DNA typed and physically examined for good organ health.
This is a state filled with moral monsters. A state that's been morally degenerate from it's founding with Mao Tse Tung and the communist party. A state that is still morally degenerate.