Thursday, February 15, 2007

Epoch Times Sensationalist Tendencies

Recently 6 Falun Gong disciples in Singapore went thru the ringers to fight a civil infraction and got the book thrown at them:

So how did tickets that're usually given to fake Rolex hawkers on the streets ever got blown up so much, the judge was pissed off and imposed the maxium fine?

Epoch Times.

Appearantly Falun Gong's paid-for media outlet Epoch Times sent a reporter, Jaya Gibson, to Singapore, got a lawyer, and proceeded to generate news for Falun Gong by fighting this ticket.

As you can see, it's not that they couldn't find a lawyer. The fact of the matter is Jaya Gibson is also a Falun Gong disciple, and he drove their lawyer into a mental breakdown after reading Falun Gong's bible for 7 hours straight.

Here's Jaya Gibson's own words. Count how many times Jaya used the term "evil".

[March 13, 2007 - It seems Jaya is so proud of his truth clarifying blog post, he has deleted it. But you can still see it from Singabloodypore's mental break down link above.]

Wednesday, February 14, 2007

Falun Gong Loses Yet Another Lawsuit

After being banned from the San Francisco Chinese New Year parade for violating the parade's rule, Falun Gong resorted to questioning San Francisco Asian community leader's collective loyalty:
"Superior Court Judge Patrick Mahoney sided with the Human Rights Commission's conclusion that the Chinese Chamber of Commerce was within its rights to keep Falun Gong out of the parade."

This is not the first time Falun Gong have employed frivolous lawsuits to supress and silence innocent critics, nor is this the first time Falun Gong have used the "Chinese spy everywhere" Anti-Chinese hysteria to slander the community as a whole.

Monday, February 12, 2007

Another Example of Falun Gong's Hidden Propaganda

Recently Falun Gong media outlet Epoch Times announced formation of Doctors Against Organ Harvesting, and talked about these doctors and their organization.

Sounds kosher, right? Wrong. A little bit of digging revealed all the doctors in DAOH are Falun Gong disciples. Heck, every one listed in the contact page is a Falun Gong disciple, just Google their names with the keyword "Dafa". For example:

PR Manager, Elisabeth Reynolds

BTW, Elisabeth Reynolds is also a staffer of the Epoch Times. How ironic that Falun Gong's symbole is a full circle.