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Organ harvesting fears as patient given two lungs within days for double transplant – World News

China is operating a horrific real-life Squid Game where thousands of opponents of the state are killed and have their organs harvested in a billion pound industry, it is claimed

China’s harvesting of organs has been compared to the Netflix series Squid Game

There are fears organ harvesting like the hit Netflix show Squid Games is happening for real in China after a patient received two lungs for a double transplant within days.

Dissidents and other opponents of the Chinese regime are said to be victims of an organ-trafficking system with estimates of 100,000 people a year are “harvested” , humanitarian groups in the country claim.

If so, it would be similar to a real life version of the South Korean series Squid Game which has been a massive success on the streaming service Netflix.

The fictitious show sees contestants fighting to the death in order to win prize money while the dystopian drama also sees human beings harvested of their organs which are sold.

But in China, nine UN Special Rapporteurs from the Human Rights Council reportedly spent a year gathering witness evidence and looking into the disturbing organ donor operation in the country, reported the Daily Star.








Human rights groups have said the way that organ donations are so readily available is dubious
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The UN Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner has said China was “targeting specific ethnic, linguistic or religious minorities held in detention” and selling their organs for billions of pounds.

It stated: “UN human rights experts said today they were extremely alarmed by reports of alleged ‘organ harvesting’ targeting minorities, including Falun Gong practitioners, Uyghurs, Tibetans, Muslims and Christians, in detention in China,” the statement said.

“They have received credible information that detainees … may be forcibly subjected to blood tests and organ examinations such as ultrasound and X-rays, without their informed consent; while other prisoners are not required to undergo such examinations.

“The results of the examinations are reportedly registered in a database of living organ sources that facilitates organ allocation.

‘According to the allegations received, the most common organs removed from the prisoners are reportedly hearts, kidneys, livers, corneas and, less commonly, parts of livers.”



Among the allegations which are denied by the Chinese state, political prisoners can be given threats of having their organs removed.

A specific point that has raised alarm bells is that would-be recipients of organ donations can book their appointments in advance which cannot be done normally as surgeons don’t know when they will become available.

A statement from the UN China Tribunal in 2018 read: “Forced organ harvesting has been committed for years throughout China on a significant scale.”








Squid Game contestants fight to the death in order to win prize money
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The industrialised organ-harvesting was described as being “of unmatched wickedness — on a death for death basis — with the killings by mass crimes committed in the last century.”

In one recent case, doctors in Beijing announced a successful double lung transplant on a patient who had been given just days to live.

Campaign group magazine Bitter Winter said: “The fact that two matching lungs were found in a few days raises new suspicions of organ harvesting.

“The patient, who on February 24, was given days to live … had only to wait a matter of five days before a perfectly matching, ‘consenting’, brain-dead donor could be found.

“Whilst around the world waiting times for a single lung from a suitable donor could be years, China has shown this week that it need only be days, for two perfectly matched lungs to be rustled up.”


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