Is Scotland’s Government More Pussy Than Lion On China’s Medical Atrocities?

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We have just received a communication from an official within the Scottish Government in response to our concerns regarding Edinburgh College Of Surgeon’s honoring of Professor Huang Jiefu. An individual closely linked with medical atrocities in China, the forced extraction of human organs from executed political prisoners and others.

The contents were evasive and displayed a worrying credulity towards Chinese reports that such abuses were to be stopped from January 2015, an assertion issued by the very same Professor Huang! No such moderation has taken place, a fact investigated and reported upon by the New York Times. The newspaper noted that under the new regime of supposedly not using organs from executed political or criminal prisoners, China’s organ supply showed no decrease!

..”organs from prisoners, including those on death row, can still be used for transplants in China, with the full backing of policy makers, according to Chinese news reports, as well as doctors and medical researchers in China and abroad. “They just reclassified prisoners as citizens,” said Huige Li, a Chinese-born doctor at the University of Mainz in Germany. Source: NYT November 16, 2015

Not surprisingly we shall be dispatching a further correspondence to the office of Scotland’s First Minister, we shall keep our subscribers and visitors posted on developments.

2 thoughts on “Is Scotland’s Government More Pussy Than Lion On China’s Medical Atrocities?

  1. lbennett649 says:

    Dear Tibet Truth, Since the word “pussy” is a Western euphemism for the female genitalia, and used in that way much more often than to represent a kitty-cat, I feel the headline should not have been written this way. Besides, the lovely accomplished revered actress Betty White put it so much better than I can: ““Why do people say “grow some balls”? Balls are weak and sensitive. If you wanna be tough, grow a vagina. Those things can take a pounding” ” Betty White

    • Reproductive linked anatomy was not in the thinking when the headline was composed, more a gentle play of opposites, lion/pussy…but there lies the field of interpretation…rest assured that no felines or pejorative terminology was harmed during its construction

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