““This persecution is disgusting, against humanity. Forced organ harvesting is terrible, but Falun Gong practitioners still choose to insist their belief. Why? Because they believe in Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance, they insist practicing even in difficult situations. These facts should be known more widely.””
— Mr. Serden O.
““I know SBS TV’s Dateline of program aired Human Harvest. This helped me to know about the fact of live organ harvesting in China. Media have a responsibility to tell people these things, to let more people know about it, and help stop the crime.””
— Ms. Tanja V.
“ “Just like the film’s name, it really is ‘Hard To Believe’! This has been completely beyond the bottom-line of morality. How can this be done by humans? I live in a free society, and everything is beautiful. However, on the other side of the world, good people have to face an evil that can’t be described in words.””
— Nora, a tourist from Germany
““I know communism; it doesn’t allow people to have their own beliefs. When people have lost their faith, it’s difficult to judge between right and wrong, good and evil, so there exists such dehumanizing act as live organ harvesting. If you watch the film tonight, you will understand that all this is true.””
— Robert H., student at Queensland University, studying religious persecution in China
“Last weekend I saw Falun Gong practitioners doing exercises peacefully; they believe in Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance, which I think is great. But in China they have been treated and killed like animals. I think the whole world should unite to stop this persecution.””
— Quyen P., studying for a master degree
““This documentary made me understand the whole truth ... When Falun Gong practitioners see their fellow practitioners being killed, they will stand up to resist in justice ... We should insist on investigating China’s organ transplant to get more credible evidence.””
— Ben N., student at Latrobe University