Spoke to Falun Dafa source at Seattle last evening, and she reported two days of most successful demonstrations at Seattle.
Falun Dafa (aka Falun Gang) protesters were at Hu’s hotel at all hours, a twenty-four hour presence, at the four corners of the hoptel, speaking loudly in protests in Mandarin and English and other languages, against the criminal abuse of millions inside China today and around the world today, including in the United States.
Source reported that the protesters were present at the Boeing airport, at the hotel, at an intersection near the Gates Mansion; and that she saw Hu look at the demos as his limo passed in Gates’s land on Tuesday evening.
Source also reported new efforts to inform the public about the news of Chinese government approved organ harvesting from concentration camps. She reported that they have information of doctors in China letting people know they should get their transplants before July 1, because the organs are going to be harder to get atafter that date. No special explanation as to what July 1 represents, except that the PRC tyros are feeling pressure from outside publicity of their crimes.
Source also reported that the organs are advertised as fresh and healthy because they come from executed Falun Dafa prisoners in the six major conentration camps.
Source also reported that the workers at Boeing were most supportive of the protesters, giving them thumbs-up at the perimeter of the facilities. Source said that the MSFT workers were all very well informed of the protests.
Most significant, source reported that the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has not commented on the protests against organ harvesting.
There is a new website under construction to feature the news reports of the organ harvesting.
Am aware that this is difficult to believe if this is the first or second time you have read the news.
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