Tuesday, May 21, 2013

More Truth Clarifying Story about Falun Gong

Here's another follow-up by Asia Pacific Post:


If you challenge his teachings or question his beliefs you will be repeatedly subjected to personal attacks, threats of litigation and frivolous lawsuits by his followers.
Welcome to the Falun Gong or Falun Dafa, who’s benign and sympathy seeking face as a heavily persecuted meditative practice is actually a façade for the intolerant, homophobic and racist teachings of its leader Li Hongzhi, say critics.

Monday, January 25, 2010

Another Falun Gong Leader Dead

Leader of Falun Gong in Japan dead.

This is not the first time prominent Falun Gong disciple have bit the dust despite of their cultivattion. UPFG covered this 3 years ago.

Wednesday, April 08, 2009

Falun Gong is a "personality-drive cult"

The Asian Pacific Post, after tasting the fruit of their silence, decided to stand up and honestly report what we in the community already know - Falun Gong is a cult.

(Testamony from Ross Institute)
Li Hongzhi’s teachings also include the spinning "falun," which is a mystical "wheel of law" that he claims to be able to insert into his disciples’ abdomens telekinetically.

Such fantastic and exclusive claims about a leader fit the classic profile of a personality-driven cult.
While Li Hongzhi talks about "Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance," neither he nor his followers actually demonstrate any tolerance concerning critical questions or inquiry.
(RI also exposed Falun gong's racist teaching)
In Mr. Li’s world view, mixed-race people are part of a plot, contrived by the evil extraterrestrials. "By mixing the races of humans, the aliens make humans cast off gods," he told a gathering in Switzerland in 1998.

Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Falun Gong Forsakens Freedome of Speech While Losing Yet Another Lawsuit

Falun Gong's press company Epoch Printing in Burnaby refused to deliver local newspaper contracted to him, because an article in support of Falun Gong was too balanced and not 100% anti-communist.

Here's what Chinese In Vancouver had to say:
Falun Gong blocks publishing a paper that carries a story seems to be
sympathetic to them? Now you know what free speech these people claim they
treasure and are fighting for. It’s free only if you concur with their
[Cui] and other senior members of the Falun Gong group in Vancouver felt
that the newspaper’s front page story was detrimental to their
Cui and his cabal did not like the “balanced” approach in the story.

Meanwhile, Falun Gong has lost yet another lawsuit - this time over illegal sidewalk structure in Vancouver BC. This thing is such an eye sore, I have personally boycotted Vancouver. I will not visit Vancouver ever again, not until this BS is taken down.

Friday, September 12, 2008

Falun Gong Loses CA Supreme Court Appeal

Appearantly after losing district court appeal over rejected application for San Francisco's Chinese New Years parade and street fair, due to previous rule violations, they appealed the decision to the California Supreme Court.

They lost again.

I guess they will appeal to the US Supreme Court, UN, then perhaps even powerful aliens in beyond deminsions...

Thursday, July 31, 2008

Falun Gong Protest Tactics Alienate Communities

According to The Gospel Truth: Falun Gong by Tim Hume of NZ Star Times:

- Violation of parade rules have caused them to be barred from participation.

- Falun Gong newspaper Epoch Times continues to deny their affiliation with Falun Gong despite of financial ties.

- Their agitprop theater continues to victimize people by hiding the performance's affiliation with Falun Gong.

- Sarah Matheson, Epoch Times AU’s chief reporter clearly states FLG’s overly political goal - “We’re trying to dismantle communism in China.”

Monday, June 30, 2008

Falun Gong Loses Yet Another Appeal

When Falun Gong was told they are not welcomed to the San Francisco Chinese parade due to previous violation, they sued, lost, appealed, and lost again:


As the sponsor of the events, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce is
constitutionally entitled to bar participation by anyone who would
"interfere with the message the chamber seeks to communicate," the First
District Court of Appeal in San Francisco said Friday.