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Sweden: MPs Condemn the Chinese Communist Party and Call to Boycott ‘An Unbelievably Evil Regime’ During Rally Held in Stockholm

MP Björn Söder speaks at the rally - credit: Minghui


Sweden MPs Say The World Should Unite, Bring the CCP to Justice

Eight Swedish MPs voiced their support agains the Chinese Communist Party and expressed concern in interviews that the CCP is the largest threat to the world.

Their remarks come as Falun Gong practitioners and other human rights groups rallied at Sweden’s Parliament House on Oct. 21, 2020, seeking to expose the CCP’s evilness and condemn the harm it has brought to the world.

The CCP is the Demon

MP Björn Söder joined the rally with his colleague, MP Sara Gille. Söder pointed to the banner “Eliminate The Demon Chinese Communist Party” at the rally and remarked, “Yes, it [the CCP] is indeed a demon.”

Falun Gong practitioners at the rally held banners that read: “Falun Dafa is Good,” “Live Organ Harvesting from Falun Gong Practitioners Is Intolerable To Heaven,” and “Eliminate the Demon Chinese Communist Party.”

They told the MPs that the CCP has been persecuting Falun Gong practitioners who aspire to the principles of “Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance.” The CCP has been profiting from live organ harvesting from practitioners.

Söder shared the banner “Eliminate The Demon Chinese Communist Party” online and also posted his speech and other photos from the rally to his social media profile for people to share.

All EU Member Countries Should Unite Against the CCP

MP Hans Rothenberg called on all European Union member countries to unite and collaborate in the fight against the CCP. He said that it would be more effective to bring those CCP leaders to justice through the EU.

MP Fredrik Malm, one of the initiators of IPAC (Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China), expressed that Sweden’s rejection of Huawei 5G network is among one of the policies that his government adopted to eliminate the CCP’s infiltration.

“IPAC has MPs from all different countries, and we are all deeply concerned with the direction China is heading toward to and the threat it brought about to the world,” he said. “Therefore, our alliance must be united, and the whole world needs to work together to conquer the threat.”

‘Unite to Safeguard Human Rights

MP Lotta Johnsson Fornarve said that she was very happy to see people coming together to protest human rights violations in China.  

“Today, almost all different parties of our parliament joined us, let’s unite to protect human rights, this is very important. This is very exciting, we can see hope,” she said.

MP Janine Alm Ericsson condemned the CCP’s persecution of different ethnic groups.

“It is illegal to persecute Falun Gong, Tibetans, Mongolians, Uyghurs and to suppress Hong Kongers who joined the protest against the National Security Law,” she said. “It is definitely unacceptable that the CCP regime showed no respect for human rights.”

Stop this Demon, the CCP

Caroline Edelstam is the president of the Edelstam Foundation, which seeks to defend human rights. She appealed to stop Swedens from going to China for organ transplant by illegalizing the practice, amid the widespread CCP crime of live organ harvesting from Falun Gong and other faith groups. 

Sweden’s health system should not cooperate with their Chinese counterparts, and should stop doing business with the demon. 

“We must unite to boycott the CCP, this is the responsibility and function of us as a non for profit organization to oversee authorities,” Edelstam said.

“the CCP is an unbelievably evil regime, it has committed crimes no other government has since the genocide during WWII,” she added. “The CCP regime has subverted the basic values, a totalitarianist with the ultimate goal of ruling the entire world.”  

She said anyone who knows the history of the CCP can easily tell that the CCP commits crimes without impunity.

“We must stand up to safeguard universal values and to stop this demon”, she said. 

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