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Stop CCP's worldwide human farming!

Updated: Feb 27, 2021

Buddhist saying:

"Victory breeds hatred. The defeated live in pain. Happily the peaceful live, giving up victory and defeat."

Perhaps the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) should spend less time trying to be victorious over other humans and more time trying to live peacefully?

'Usury' is the one truth holding back humanity!

WTPOHK's definition of 'Animal farming'

A farmer that is raising farm animals for financial profit is most often oblivious, or does not care, about the abuse, pain, cruelty, torture, etc. that she / he is committing to other sentient beings on Earth. Animal farming is usury, abuse of animal rights: so why don't animals have the same rights as humans?

For example, dairy cows are artificially impregnated and all of their calfs upon birth are taken away from their mother so she can produce milk which is sold for humans to drink, eat, etc; female calfs raised will produce milk have babies and when they can no longer produce milk will be killed to be eaten by humans; most male calfs are killed at birth for their skin.

Earthlings: documentary on animal farming (graphic content)

WTPOHK's definition of 'Human farming'

An autocratic ruler / 'usury' practitioner that is 'raising' humans for financial profit is most often oblivious, or does not care, about the abuse, pain, cruelty, torture, etc. that she/ he is committing to other sentient beings on Earth. It is another form of usury, abuse of human rights.


  1. CCP in China has been harvesting human organs for decades across China including in Xinjiang and selling them worldwide. The most credible Court action to date is the 'China Tribunal' which finds credible evidence of CCP crimes against humanity (see videos and link below).

  2. US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced on 19 January 2021 that CCP has been committing 'genocide' against Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, China (see article below).

  3. CCP is human farming in HK by destroying our rule OF law, COVID-19 infection, etc.

  4. CCP is farming you - no matter whether you are inside China or outside! COVID-19 is a perfect example! CCP is a virus that creates viruses.

  5. Look around: most 'leaders' in one way or another are harvesting something from other humans! We humans are all being 'farmed' by influencers, Facebook, banks, big pharma, food processing companies, political parties, your boss, etc.

How deep do you want to go on this?

Living in the moment with the feeling of unconditional love is real freedom!


China Tribunal

China Tribunal UN Human Rights Council

China Tribunal Final Judgement

There is credible evidence internationally of the crimes against humanity that still today are occuring around the world by CCP including those to Muslim minorities in Xinjiang, China.


Please read our blogs:

US Declares China's Policies Toward Uyghurs Amount to 'Genocide' and 'Crimes Against Humanity'

RFA 19 January 2021 (format added)

China’s repression of Uyghurs and other mostly Muslim ethnic minorities in its northwestern Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR), including its use of internment camps and forced sterilizations, amounts to “genocide” and “crimes against humanity,” the U.S. State Department said Tuesday.

Chinese policies in the XUAR aim for “the forced assimilation and eventual erasure of a vulnerable ethnic and religious minority group,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said, announcing a designation that Uyghur exile groups and human rights experts have advocated since the revelation in 2017 of mass re-education camps that have held as many as 1.8 million Uyghurs.

“After careful examination of the available facts, I have determined that the PRC, under the direction and control of the CCP, has committed genocide against the predominantly Muslim Uyghurs and other ethnic and religious minority groups in Xinjiang,” he said in a statement.

“I believe this genocide is ongoing, and that we are witnessing the systematic attempt to destroy Uyghurs by the Chinese party-state,” said Pompeo on the last full day of the Trump administration.

The outgoing top U.S. diplomat also said that Chinese actions in Xinjiang constituted numerous “crimes against humanity” – including arbitrary imprisonment or more than a million civilians, forced sterilization, torture of those arbitrarily detained, forced labor, and draconian restrictions on freedom of religion, freedom of expression, and freedom of movement.

The determination could lead to more U.S. sanctions against China, following a series of trade and travel curbs slapped on Chinese officials and companies in the XUAR last year by the Trump administration. President-elect Joe Biden during the election campaign also said Beijing’s policies amounted to “genocide.”

Uyghur exile groups who have long lobbied for tougher measures against Beijing said the genocide declaration would make it impossible for the international community to ignore the repression in the XUAR. They urged other states to make their own genocide determinations.

“The implications are enormous. It’s unthinkable to continue ‘business as usual’ with a state committing genocide and crimes against humanity,” said Omer Kanat, executive director of the Uyghur Human Rights Project (UHRP).

“Whether it’s the 2022 Beijing Olympics or climate change, governments and companies can’t ignore the Uyghurs’ living nightmare. We have been waiting for this determination for a long time,” he said in a statement.

'Historic day'

Authorities in the XUAR are believed to have held up to 1.8 million Uyghurs, Kazakhs and other Muslim minorities in a vast network of internment camps since early 2017, subjecting many to indoctrination aimed at instilling loyalty to the Communist Party and eroding any religious identity.

Under increasing international scrutiny, authorities in the XUAR have begun to send detainees to work at factories as part of an effort to label the camps “vocational centers,” although those held in the facilities regularly toil under forced or coerced labor conditions.

Authorities in Xinjiang have also sought to curb the growth of the Uyghur population by forcing women to undergo sterilization, according to a 2020 report by Adrian Zenz, a U.S.-based researcher.

“Today is a historic day not only for the Uyghur people in East Turkestan but for the entire humanity,” said Dolkun Isa, president of the Munich-based World Uyghur Congress (WUC) exile group, using the Uyghurs’ preferred name for their homeland.

“This determination proves the U.S. isn’t just recognizing this as genocide but also taking active steps to prevent it. With this determination, those who are responsible for committing this 21st century genocide will be held accountable.”

Scott Harold, a China politics expert at the RAND Corporation, said the genocide would not bring immediate relief to those suffering in the XUAR camps, but would boost awareness of the Uyghur cause and help protect those outside of China.

“Unfortunately for the Uyghurs inside China the determination is unlikely to lead to improvements in their situation in the near term, but it does mean that the world has not forgotten them, and they should not give up hope,” Harold told RFA’s Uyghur Service.

“For Uyghurs outside of China, it means that they are better positioned to seek refugee status and/or avoid being returned to China if Beijing is seeking them, and for those China is not trying to have deported it means their family members suffering inside of China have a new and powerful champion,” added Harold.

Congress pushed for designation

Last year, the Trump administration leveled sanctions against the quasi-military Xinjiang Production and Construction Corp (XPCC) and two of its current and former officials over rights violations in the XUAR, as well as several top Chinese officials, including regional party secretary Chen Quanguo—marking the first time Washington targeted a member of China’s powerful Politburo.

On Jan, 13, it announced a ban on imports of products made with cotton and tomatoes from the XUAR, citing forced labor concerns, following earlier curbs on hair products from the region.

The designation follows calls from Congress and an annual report released Thursday by the Congressional-Executive Commission on China, which said there was evidence that “crimes against humanity — and possibly genocide — are occurring” in Xinjiang.

On Wednesday, members of the U.S. House Armed Services Committee urged Pompeo to designate China’s policies in the XUAR as a genocide.

“Its actions reflect an intent to destroy, whether in whole or in part, this population,” the lawmakers wrote in a letter.

In October a group of U.S. senators introduced a resolution to designate China’s rights abuses against Uyghurs and other ethnic minorities in the XUAR as genocide under the 1948 United Nations Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide

Nury Turkel, a commissioner on the bipartisan United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF), said his independent federal government body has long called for the genocide designation, based on forced sterilization and other population control measures.

“The incoming Biden administration has the unique opportunity to continue the hard work of confronting China’s atrocities,” he said in statement issued by Turkel and fellow commissioners.

The USCIRF urges the U.S. to push for an independent, international fact-finding investigation of China’s crimes against Uyghurs, swift and targeted sanctions under the Uyghur Human Rights Policy Act against the officials responsible for abuses in the XUAR, it said.

“The American government must do more to hold China to account and to end this genocide,” said the statement. “We urge American and other world leaders and corporations to condemn the genocide and crimes against humanity of the Communist Party of China that have been directed at Uyghur and other Turkic Muslims. The perpetrators must be held to account,” it added.

Biden’s nominee to be the secretary of state, Antony Blinken, told lawmakers during his Senate confirmation hearing that he agreed with the genocide label.

“Forcing men, women and children into concentration camps, trying to in effect re-educate them to be adherents to the ideology of the Chinese Communist Party, all of that speaks to an effort to commit genocide,” he said.

According to the U.S. Holocaust Museum, the U.S. State Department has “made statements that genocide has occurred” in five cases since the end of the cold War: Bosnia (1993), Rwanda (1994), Iraq (1995), Darfur (2004), and areas under the control of ISIS (2016 and 2017).

Reported by Alim Seytoff and Mamatjan Juma for RFA’s Uyghur Service. Written in English by Paul Eckert.

Map exposes the extent of China’s ‘human farms’ as tribunal slams $1b forced organ harvesting trade

news.com.au 19 June 2019

China is forcibly harvesting the organs of tens of thousands of political prisoners to operate a rapidly growing medical black market worth $1 billion a year, an international tribunal has found.

For several years, human rights groups have expressed concern many of the estimated 1.5 million people held in prison camps were part of an insidious human farming system.

But now, the specially formed China Tribunal in London has declared there is no doubt that state-sanctioned forced organ harvesting is occurring on a massive scale.

Made up of members from the United States, United Kingdom, Malaysia and Iran, including experts in human rights, transplant surgery and international relations, the independent tribunal heard from 50 witnesses and examined an enormous volume of visual and text evidence over the past year. That included testimony about the barbaric practices, including organ removal on live patients. Dr Enver Tohti worked as a surgeon in China and was instructed to perform organ extractions on unwilling subjects. “What I recall is with my scalpel, I tried to cut into his skin, there was blood to be seen,” Dr Tohti told the tribunal of one such live procedure. “That indicates that the heart was still beating … at the same time, he was trying to resist my insertion, but he was too weak.” A map of hospitals in China that carry out organ transplants shows they are in proximity to known detention centres.

Other NEWS LINKS on this topic:

EXPLAINER: Why US Accused China Of Genocide And What's Next, (Republicworld.com, 20 January 2021)

China slams ‘doomsday clown’ Pompeo over Uighur criticism, (Entertainment News, 20 January, 2021)

U.S. Says China’s Repression of Uighurs Is ‘Genocide’, (Pressbolt News, 20 January 2021)

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