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                    Falun Gong leaders are dying – so much for "healthy exercise" or "live forever"

                    2011-03-23 Author:By Bobby Fletcher

                    The most faithful, cultivate more than the ordinary worldcombined-prominent "leadership" level Falun Gong disciples are dying from untreated and untreatable diseases?

                    How is that possible? Okay not to speak ill of the dead, perhaps their "cultivation" has "consummated", and they are laughing at me way up there in their "DafaHeaven"?

                    You be the judge:

                    February07- German Falun Gong leader ZhuGenMei (my pinyin is bad) dead after refusing treatment for diabetes and died from complication of the disease.

                    June 06- Lilly Fong, the Falun Gong doctor who proselytized "Falun Gong's amazing healing power", died from pancreatic cancer. When she finally checked into the hospital in June, the only treatment left was pain management.

                    March 06- Falun Gong's NTDTV executive Li GuoDong- one of Master Li's favorite pupil, died of liver cancer. Not even The Buddha Reincarnate could save him.

                    These deaths continue to be hush-hush; no public memorial or even a word from Master Li. I usually don't see anything on the Net for months - but the latest February Falun Gong leadership death is hitting the blogs only after one month.

                    I guess some Falun Gong disciples have decided maybe they should seek medical attention, after all.

                     



                    Original text from: http://falungongpolitics.blogspot.com/2007_03_01_archive.html

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