Netflix comes with some great series and movies every time. As always, its recent release Squid Game creating a sensation on social media. It is a South Korean series that revolves around competition in which 456 players, all from different walks of life, but each deeply in debt.
They play a series of kid’s games but if they lose the game, they lose a chance to win a ₩45.6 billion prize and they lose their lives as well. It seems to be coming true. Let us tell you that a big name of China’s Communist Party has come in front that removing hearts, kidneys, livers, and corneas from 1,00,000 dissidents and political prisoners every year.
Is Squid Game REAL?
It is claimed by Human rights groups and they also claimed that a government-run ‘kill to order’ organ-trafficking network is going on a very biggest scale. A complete week before the release of Squid Game, Beijing strongly declined to acknowledge that a state-sponsored organ harvesting program existed.
Let us tell you that The UN Human Rights Office of the High Commissioner said “China was targeting specific ethnic, linguistic or religious minorities held in detention”. The Human Rights Council already researching to know the truth behind this and more than nine UN Special Rapporteurs have collected witness testimony for over a year.
They very carefully examined how the “kill to order” market works but still, there is a lot to know. Talking about the official statement, it said “UN human rights experts said today they were extremely alarmed by reports of alleged “organ harvesting” targeting minorities, including Falun Gong practitioners, Uyghurs, Tibetans, Muslims, and Christians, in detention in China”.
After the deep research, the Rapporteurs said that the most common organs removed from the prisoners are hearts, kidneys, livers, corneas, and, less commonly, parts of livers.
On this scale, many people are involved in which surgeons, anesthetists, and other medical specialists are also included. Trafficking of organs is actually the very biggest crime and if it is going on such a massive scale then the government has to take strict actions against it.
Let us also tell you that China’s alleged horrific state-sponsored organ trafficking has been well documented over the years. But, the international community is already powerless and can’t do much more to stop the crime. Now, what will happen next is quite difficult to say but the WHO has to take action against this biggest crime in China.