China Has Mobile Execution Vans

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How do you become the world’s number 1 executer? Efficiency. (Also a total lack of scruples.)

This is one of China’s many mobile execution vans, for the totalitarian regime that needs to kill on the go.  

The exact number of executions that happen in China is a state secret. Amnesty International put the 2016 number at 1,032, more than the rest of the world combined. Though to be fair, that is better than the number from 2002, which was 12,000.

There is no meaningful rule of law in China. Courts are run by the Communist Party. And in recent years, there have been several high profile cases where someone is executed and later proven innocent. FYI, mobile execution vans do not come with an undo button.

Executed prisoners are also a source of organs. This is something the Chinese Communist Party has admitted to.

However, many more people are executed in China than even Amnesty International’s numbers suggest. The Amnesty numbers only focus on people sentenced to execution in court. But it doesn’t factor in the untold numbers of political prisoners, and prisoners of conscience that are killed every year. Many are also killed specifically for their organs, not as punishment for, say, any actual crime.

Researchers believe between 60,000–100,000 organs are harvested every year in China from political prisoners killed for their organs. They are guilty of no crime. Unless you count thoughtcrime. In which case, why are you on the China Uncensored website?

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17 thoughts on “China Has Mobile Execution Vans

  1. “Executed prisoners are also a source of organs. This is something the Chinese Communist Party has admitted to.”

    It seems that someone else sees the same thing…


    Georgia House of Representatives – 1995/1996 Sessions
    HB 1274 – Death penalty; guillotine provisions
    Code Sections – 17-10-38/ 17-10-44

    1- 1 To amend Article 2 of Chapter 10 of Title 17 of the Official
    1- 2 Code of Georgia Annotated, relating to the death penalty
    1- 3 generally, so as to provide a statement of legislative
    1- 4 policy; to provide for death by guillotine; to provide for
    1- 5 applicability; to repeal conflicting laws; and for other
    1- 6 purposes.

    SECTION 1.

    1- 8 The General Assembly finds that while prisoners condemned to
    1- 9 death may wish to donate one or more of their organs for
    1-10 transplant, any such desire is thwarted by the fact that
    1-11 electrocution makes all such organs unsuitable for
    1-12 transplant. The intent of the General Assembly in enacting
    1-13 this legislation is to provide for a method of execution
    1-14 which is compatible with the donation of organs by a
    1-15 condemned prisoner

    1. wow, I did not know this.
      Come to think of it when has the guvment ever cared for the wishes of a condemned criminal?
      they still don’t they just want the organs

  2. I assumed as much long before ever reading this article.

    Hell, it goes with the (Communist) territory.

  3. I wonder if the Clinton Foundation is involved with the organ harvesting scheme….like they are in Haiti and elsewhere. How else do you suppose Daddy Bush is still alive?

  4. On the subject of organ harvesting, that’s done here in every hospital in the country, and a lot of people who could be saved are induced with “brain death” by cutting off their oxygen supply, and then they’re revived to their organs can be harvested.

    You’re worth $11.3 million dissected…. and they’ll never get that out of you through medicare.

    1. dont be an organ donor on yer drivers licence
      i feel you end up being harvested rather then resuscitated , JMO

  5. You hear of countries doing this…but can there really be THAT many people needing organs? I think not. You have to keep them alive, for a lot of organs, anyway. I would sy because of the lack of ethics of the world, organ transplant should be eliminated.

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