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I’m publishing this letter received from Harry Wu about what is happening in China.

“Dear Beppe,

I am Harry Wu della Laogai Foundation based in Washington, which deals with research and the diffusion of information regarding the Laogai.

I thank you for your interest in our Foundation and in the tragedy of the Laogai, the forced labour camps in China.

In the Laogai, a rough number of millions of people, between 4 and 6 million, perhaps more, are obliged to work in inhuman conditions, to provide profit for the Chinese Government and for numerous multinationals.

Mass executions with a related sale of fresh organs. The abuse of children constrained to do forced labour.

Reprisals towards the various Churches. Abortions and forced sterilisations.

These are the realities of today’s China. Realities ignored by western mass media, which doesn’t want to disturb international commerce.

Last Saturday I received the Sciacca Prize {il Premio Internazionale Giuseppe Sciacca 2005 per la cultura} and I’ve dedicated it:

- to all the millions of Chinese who are persecuted for their Catholic Faith and for other religious Faiths,
- to all the millions of people detained in the Laogai,
- to the hundreds of millions of mothers obliged to abort, even though they are at the eighth or ninth month of the pregnancy, often by using a lethal injection to the foetus,
- to all the hundreds of thousands of people shot down during the mass executions, whose organs, if in a good condition, are often sold for great profits.

Also to all the tens of millions of victims, in the past and in the present, of the Chinese Communist Regime.
I have been interviewed by various daily papers and by your TG2.
On Tuesday I participated in a debate on RAI International and today, Wednesday, I will give a press conference at the European Parliament in Strasburg. I will also give a parliamentary audition Friday morning at Montecitorio.

I thank you sincerely and hope to meet you soon.”

Harry Wu

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