Australian doctors urge Chinese surgeons to ban training to stop real-life “squid games”

Australian organ transplant specialists have warned hospitals and universities around the world to stop training surgeons from China. I am concerned that they may participate in illegal organ removal when they return to China.

Professor Russell Strong said that Chinese surgeons with medical training in the west could use what they learned to harvest human organs when they returned to China.

“Hospitals and universities should stop accepting and training surgeons, not just transplants, because Chinese doctors know what’s going on and in a way hide all of this.” Mr Strong said. Daily Mail Australia..

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A waiter dressed in a Netflix series squid game holds a card while playing a game that attracts customers at a cafe in Jakarta on October 19, 2021. (Photo courtesy of Adek Berry / AFP, via Getty Images)

As a world-renowned surgeon specializing in liver surgery, Strong made his first successful liver transplant in Australia in 1985.

He was honored by Queen Elizabeth in the companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. George in 1987 and received the highest honor in Australia, AC, in 2001.

Professor Strong believes that the mainstream media failed to report reliable reports of illegal organ removal in China.

“I think the mainstream media couldn’t really report on the atrocities that were happening and couldn’t connect people in the free world with the victims of forced organ removal in China,” he said.

“It’s all about money. It’s money for human rights, and human rights abuses in China are quirky.”

“It’s time for us to wake up in this country and stop kowtowing to China,” he said.

Strong compared it with the subplot of the popular Korean drama “Squid Game”. In this drama, characters compete for life and death in a highly controlled facility in a facility isolated from the outside world. The losing character was killed, and some characters were secretly harvested for sale in the black market.

According to a June survey by a special rapporteur at the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has “certain ethnic, linguistic, or religious minorities in custody of compulsory organs. Targeting the faction “harvest.

“UN human rights experts are very cautious today about reports of’organ removal’targeting minorities such as Falun Gong practitioners, Uighurs, Tibetans, Muslims, and Christians detained in China. Said. ” United Nations statement Said.

“The results of the test are reported to be in a database of biological organ sources that facilitate organ allocation. According to the claims received, the most common organs removed from prisoners are the heart, kidneys. , Liver, corneum, and rarely part of the liver. “

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Sir Jeffrey Nice QC, Chairman of the Chinese Court of Justice, performing a forced organ removal on the first day of a hearing in London, England, December 8, 2018. (Justin Palmer)

In March 2020, a London-based Chinese court concluded that forced organ removal was still taking place in China “on a significant scale.” Falun Gong practitioners are spiritual practices from the Buddhist tradition of meditation, movement, and moral teachings centered on truth, compassion, and tolerance, and are the “main source” of human organs.

The bloody industry of forced organ removal is worth about $ 1 billion annually. Human rights groups estimate an estimated casualties of 60,000 to 100,000 each year.

Despite the evidence, Beijing firmly denied its involvement in forced organ removal, calling the UN statement “fabricated” and “slandering.”

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Falun Gong practitioners will participate in a parade in Brooklyn, NY on July 18, 2021, celebrating the 22nd year since Falun Gong was persecuted in China. (ChungI Ho / The Epoch Times)

Dr. Torsten Tray, Executive Director of DOctor for forced organ removal (DAFOH) states that despite Beijing’s refusal to force organ removal, the practice of removing organs from prisoners has a long history under the Chinese Communist Party administration.

According to Tray, this practice has been limited to prisoners executed in China since 1984, and the number of organ transplants has been kept low in China. However, this changed in 2000, when the number of transplants surged.

“Before 2000, the number of transplants stagnated at a certain level because there are only a certain number of death sentences and death sentences. Since 2000, the number of transplants has been large despite plausible organ sources. “It has increased to,” said Trey.

He also argues that this was around the time when the number of prisoners of conscience also increased dramatically in China, which is directly correlated with the increase in the number of transplants.

“In a country of 1.4 billion people, human life can be replaced in the eyes of the Chinese Communist Party,” Tray said. “Death from torture is not investigated.”

Like Strong, Tray sees a correlation with the Netflix drama “Squid Game.” But he suspects that the show will actually show the true horror of forced organ removal.

“The show alone may not be effective, as it is seen as a fictional story in the film, and the actual practice, forced organ removal from living people, is too exorbitant to be considered genuine.” He said.

Epoch Times Sydney Staff