The Falun Gong is basically a theological fabrication created in the West, and deployed within Mainland China. The Falun Gong is as alien to the average Chinese person as is Christianity, and comes across as a bizarre ‘racialised’ mimicry of Chinese culture. In this regard, the Falun Gong is a continuation of the racialised, Western misrepresentation of Chinese culture, prevalent throughout Western entertainment and media. The greatest victory for this US (CIA) fabrication is the recruiting of ethnic Chinese frontmen as a means to deliver this perverse collection of Eurocentric imaginings to the Chinese populations around the globe. As a dangerous cult, the Falun Gong operates like any other cult operating in the West. Falun Gong teachings are designed to ‘strip’ an adherent of his or her individuality, and replace it with a ‘blind obedience’ to the whims of the psychopath Li Hongzhi – the ethnic Chinese frontman the CIA chose to represent this delinquent fabrication (in this regard, Li Hongzhi more or less equals the 14th Dalai Lama’s position of serving US foreign policy). With the stripping of individuality, the Falun Gong psychologically and physically ‘enslave’ the adherent and steal their income, savings and any property they might own. These cult victims are coerced into ‘giving-up’ all their previous material property, and to abandon their families and friends (because these people often possess the required influence to extract an individual from the cult). Once reduced to the state of automaton, the Falun Gong adherent (whose critical faculties have been ‘suspended’ through brain-washing) is now ready to do the illegal and immoral bidding of Li Hongzhi and his henchmen.
The ideology of the Falun Gong mimics the theology of Judaism and Christianity with regard to its own self-imposed (and wholly ‘imagined’) status of being ‘special’, and the subject of ‘persecution’ because of that assumed specialness. As Li Hongzhi commits the illegal act of psychologically and physically abusing his ‘disciples’, he is guilty in virtually all legal codes worth their salt, of deliberately ‘grooming’ men, women and children to pursue his perverse political, financial and cultural agendas. This is the first and foremost ‘criminal’ act of the Falun Gong. It is closely followed by these brain-washed foot soldiers being deployed throughout society to recruit new members (to replace those who are arrested and imprisoned, and those who escape or who are rescued) and to commit the further criminal activity of attacking the sovereign State of Mainland China and all its resources. Turning public opinion against Mainland China is one of the foundational aims of Li Hongzhi, who does this by falsely portraying China as ‘evil’ and himself as ‘good’ (again, symbolic of the Judeo-Christian origins of the Falun Gong). This policy is pursued as a means to destroy the ‘Communist’ system in China, and replace it with a US-dominated, free economic capitalist system. Just as Christ’s body was ‘destroyed’ by the Roman authorities, so do the Falun Gong create a similar mythos of persecution. Just as Li Hongzhi propagates the lie of ‘eternal life’, he also manufactures the further non-truth that states that the Falun Gong practitioners are ‘persecuted’ in China, and their organs ‘harvested’ after execution. This lie rings well with Western ears, conditioned as they are by Judeo-Christian theology, but sounds bizarre to Chinese ears. The truth of the matter is that the Falun Gong was never popular in China, and is not popular today. Since its banning in 1999, ordinary Chinese people are vigilant against its destructive presence. Whenever the Falun Gong Infiltrate Mainland China and commit illegal acts, they are tried and imprisoned and never executed (in fact, there is not a single record of any executions involving Falun Gong felons). From a Chinese cultural perspective, organs would never be ‘harvested’ from an ‘executed’ criminal due to the ‘bad’ qi energy associated with the executed individual (which is interpreted as corrupt, dysfunctional and unhealthy). Such an activity is probably more abhorrent in China than in the West – where its notion was first invented and applied to modern China.
Gullible Westerners (and sympathetic diasporic Chinese people), often seek a ‘good cause’ to support, because this is the self-righteous basis of the Judeo-Christian mind-set. The more ‘emotive’ the subject matter of the cause, the better, because such hyperbolic issues attract followers and money, and are more or less self-sustaining. Westerners particularly ‘latch’ onto the mythology of the Falun Gong, because it has its basis within the Western tradition of anti-Chinese racism. Whilst unthinkingly condemning China, these mistaken Westerners are simply perpetuating the racist policies of their fore-fathers – and generally speaking, do not care. Westerners who are racist toward China will support the self-hating Falun Gong to a very high degree (even though such support is obviously illogical), because it is seen as a ‘legitimate’ means to practice anti-Chinese racism in a thoroughly self-righteous and self-justifying manner. This racialisation of China is the Falun Gong’s greatest strength in the West – as without the support of Western racists, the Falun Gong would simply be exposed for the cult that it is, and quietly disappear into the dustbin of history – where it belongs.