With the “One Belt, One Road” initiative, the crime of organ harvesting in mainland China has become rampant in Southeast Asia. A Cambodian organ price list circulated on the internet a few days ago, and Southeast Asia is said to have “sufficient supply.”
Several Taiwanese media have recently reported on Cambodia’s “price list for live organ harvesting.” On the price list, all human organs, including the heart, liver, kidney, and pancreas, can be sold for a total of $840,000. The pancreas is the most expensive, with a unit price of $350,000. Others such as scalp, skull, small intestine, skin, teeth, blood … have their own prices.
According to NTDTV, most of the fraud bases in Southeast Asia are run by criminal groups from mainland China, who are accused of having various connections with CCP elites. They are rampant in Southeast Asian countries with close ties to the CCP regime. The people initially abducted, trafficked, or lured to the fraud bases were all Chinese. In recent years, the fraud bases have begun to extend operations to neighboring countries or regions, which has attracted public attention.
Lin Yufeng, a senior Taiwanese media editor, pointed out on the “Critical Moments” program that if people deceived into the Cambodian fraud base have “low ability” and cannot create value for the fraud group, their bodies will be the last value. Women will be forced into prostitution, while men will have their organs harvested. He said that Cambodian officialdom is very corrupt, and it is useless for victims to ask for help from the government.
NTDTV also quoted Wang Baohua, a consultant at Grant Thornton Taiwan Company, who had posted on Facebook earlier that a friend of his was waiting for an organ replacement, then received news that any organ can be bought in Southeast Asia.
According to a report by Malaysian media “China Press” on August 11, the head of the “KK Park” fraud base in Burma (now known as Myanmar) received information that China, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, and other countries had established a transnational task force that would jointly raid and destroy this fraud base, so “KK Park” ordered a large-scale relocation. Thousands of what they call “piglets” (foreigners kidnapped for fraud) in the park needed to be dealt with urgently, most of whom are Chinese. Since relocating the entire large park requires a lot of money, it is reported that the park will release many “piglets” in exchange for ransom, some of which will have their organs harvested for sale.
There was information that they were all anesthetized during the process of delivering the “piglets. Then while being transported by ship, their organs would be harvested alive, and the bodies thrown into the sea. The organs are then sold to Dubai and other countries.
Lin Yufeng also revealed on the Chinese channel “Not the News” that Cambodian scam groups have recently become notorious. Moreover, Cambodia will be hosting the Southeast Asian Paralympic Games next year, so the Cambodian government has decided to crack down on the scam groups in September instead of December as the initial plan.
Fraud bases in Cambodia, Myanmar, and other places have repeatedly reported that “piglets” were abused, sexually assaulted, and even subject to live organ harvesting. Recently, due to the exposure of scam groups deceiving, abducting, and abusing Taiwan’s “piglets,” Southeast Asian fraud bases have become the focus of Taiwanese, Hong Kong, and Southeast Asian media. As a result, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macau governments have taken action to rescue local people who had been tricked into fraud bases in Southeast Asia.
However, the CCP officials so far have not responded. Still, they have only publicized in the mainstream media the so-called “achievements” of the police in “persuading 230,000 people involved in fraud to return.” According to previous media reports, the CCP authorities have forced Chinese people in Southeast Asia to return to China in the name of “anti-fraud.” The ploys included canceling household registrations and connecting crimes with family members. In addition, many people who went to Southeast Asia to work and do business were forced to return to China.
In 1999, the CCP launched a brutal persecution of Falun Gong practitioners and subsequently began harvesting organs from them in large numbers, forming a vast nationwide “live organ harvesting industry chain.” Now, the CCP has brought this terrifying crime overseas, and it continues to spread along the “Belt and Road” countries in Southeast Asia.