The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) claims that it was relying on executed prisoners for its organ transplant business may have been true decades ago. Still, for the past 21 years, the Party has been involved in a secret plan so evil it defies belief.

After the CCP was exposed for killing minority groups in China for organ removal—mostly from Falun Gong practitioners—it lied to the world about the death scheme.

An inhuman business is netting the CCP untold millions from desperate, sick patients who would pay anything for a second chance at life. It now claims the organs from donors come solely from “voluntary” donors after death, but human rights activists and international leaders have strongly disputed this.

Fox News reports evidence is being compiled that the Uighur Muslim community in Xinjiang Province, also known as East Turkistan, has now been added to the list for organ donations. They are innocent victims killed for their hearts, lungs, liver, kidneys, and other vital body parts.

Their organs are often removed while they are still alive.

Human Rights Watch revealed in December 2017, that a database of 19 million Uighurs had been collated by the CCP, adding to the tens of millions of citizens from various groups such as Falun Gong, Christians, and pro-democracy and anti-government groups including pro-independence Tibetan groups.

With blood type and DNA data critical for organ transplants, refusing to be tested would result in punishment. The question to be answered is why a database of 40 million?

The answer lies with the China Tribunal.

A woman wears a mask in the middle of a protest against the treatment of Uighurs in China. (Screenshot/Twitter/@benjancewicz)

A telling report was finalized earlier this year and presented at the London-based China Tribunal, chaired by Sir Geoffrey Nice QC.

Nice said, “It determined with ‘certainty beyond a reasonable doubt’ that “very many people have died indescribably hideous deaths for no reason, that more may suffer in similar ways and that all of us live on a planet where extreme wickedness may be found in the power of those, for the time being, running a country with one of the oldest civilizations known to modern man.'”

He added, “There is no evidence of the practice having been stopped and the tribunal is satisfied that it is continuing. In China, forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience has been practiced for a substantial period of time.”

There is growing concern that the Uighur population has also become a target for organ harvesting by the CCP. It’s estimated that over 1 million Uighurs have disappeared into China’s concentration camps, referred to as “re-education camps” by the CCP. Family members may be told their loved one has died suddenly, and they are not allowed unsupervised viewing of the body before the remains quickly disappear.

In early July, the East Turkistan National Awakening Movement and the East Turkistan Government in Exile filed a complaint to the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Chinese leader Xi Jinping and other top CCP officials. It alleges they have committed crimes against humanity against Uighurs, which includes forcibly removing organs from the mostly Muslim Turkic ethnic group.

Ethan Gutmann, co-founder of the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC) and a 2017 Nobel Prize nominee, told Fox News, “By focusing on a single captive population, the CCP has essentially evolved from what I call ‘harvesting 1.0’—a system as geographically diffuse as Falun Gong practitioners—to ‘harvesting 2.0.'”

Dr. Enver Tohti (L) and American journalist Ethan Gutmann (Screenshot/Fox News)

“The current system—the systematic selection of healthy young people for live organ extraction, transport of organs to industrial-scale hospitals, and transplant to foreign and domestic recipients—is faster, more efficient, and better hidden from the eyes of the world,” Gutmann said.

The waiting list to receive an organ in China is usually one or two weeks, compared to other countries where the waiting list can last several years. The list of innocent victims being held in prisons and sweat camps who have been marked for organ removal is very long, and it is easy for the CCP to find a match for its market.

Testimony has come from many survivors and family members who have fled China, that the CCP began exhaustive medical testing of citizens, including blood tests and ultrasound, to determine who had healthy organs suitable for removal.

“This selection was purely racial: over half of the population of Xinjiang, the Han Chinese, were exempt from the medical tests,” Gutmann said.

Adding to the horror of their crimes, many looking for lifesaving transplants in China come from the wealthy Gulf States, where there is a demand for “halal” organs—those who don’t eat pork and follow an Islamic diet—making Uighur Muslims their perfect choice.

Canadian human rights lawyer David Matas, who has spent many years investigating the organ harvesting horror, indicated Kashgar Airport in Xinjiang has “priority lanes” to enable harvested organs entry to aircraft for exportation. There are signs in several languages indicating the way to go with organs ready for the transplant market.

Photographs published in September 2018 show “priority lanes” at the airport for this very purpose.