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“Gods” also go to hospital when ill.
11-09-2009, 07:16 AM
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“Gods” also go to hospital when ill.
When it refers to Li Hongzhi and his daughter Li Meige, some of his popular words flash in our mind. For example, he claimed that his power is millions of times more than Sakyamuni’s, several times more than his daughter. According to his word, he enjoys the highest ranking, and his daughter is also quite powerful, much better than Sakyamuni.
When he was interviewed by News Daily, he said he nerver went to see doctor, because he never suffer from any disease.
However, recently, their case history was exposed in the net Facts . From 1983 to 1990 Master Li went to 19 hospitals in succession, and had his medical expense reimbursed in his work unit 48 times. He had acute appendicitis in the city of Haerbin in the northeast of China in August, 1994. His daughter got the same disease with him in 1992. She was hospitalized in 461 Air Hospital, which is located in Chang chun city in Ji lin Province. Her case number is 241056.
In a word, Li Hongzhi and his daughter are normal persons. They lied to everyone, to the world.
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11-09-2009, 06:09 PM
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RE: “Gods” also go to hospital when ill.
Jessica

Most people here do not know what you are talking about. A little Wiki goes a long way.
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11-09-2009, 06:12 PM
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RE: “Gods” also go to hospital when ill.
Wow, we seem to have a lot of anti-Falun Gong people lately.

Which is fine, I mean, from everything I can see Falun Gong is bad news, but it's an interesting coincidence.

I'm back baby! Thanks for everyone who sent me PMs asking what had happened to me.
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11-10-2009, 02:25 AM
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RE: “Gods” also go to hospital when ill.
Coincidence? It's enough to make one start believing some of the conspiracy theories going around! Chinese government agents "this"; Chinese government agents "that"; Chinese government agents "the other"...
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11-10-2009, 09:10 AM
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It seems few people care about what ishappening in my country
I feel so sorry that few people are interested in my motherland or what is happening in this ever-changing country. Anyway, it is a big country in terms of population and area. nowdays,it develops rapidly and plays more and more important role in the world stage. we are proud of my country. How come you guys don't know it? May I know " what is China like in your mind?" Is it attractive to you?..............
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11-10-2009, 09:30 AM
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RE: It seems few people care about what ishappening in my country
(11-10-2009 09:10 AM)Jessica Li Wrote:  I feel so sorry that few people are interested in my motherland or what is happening in this ever-changing country. Anyway, it is a big country in terms of population and area. nowdays,it develops rapidly and plays more and more important role in the world stage. we are proud of my country. How come you guys don't know it? May I know " what is China like in your mind?" Is it attractive to you?..............
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11-10-2009, 09:38 AM
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RE: “Gods” also go to hospital when ill.
China's an interesting place, with a fascinating history. I studied the beginnings of Communism in China about ten years ago at college, and the history of the country is something I keep meaning to read more about. (That'll be me on wiki for the rest of the day!)

To be honest, Jessica, it's difficult to learn that much about China via the media as it's pretty censored from your end. The big one that gets in the news (in the UK) is the situation in Tibet. People are interested, it's just more that people have to hunt for the information, it's not really out there for people.

As Parousia said, people just aren't that aware, so linking relevant wiki pages will help us get more info. Thanks for bringing this to our attention.
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11-10-2009, 09:41 AM
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I am confused what makes you dislike China so strongly
My friend, i can see you have a great antipathy to my country,China. why? why? you think chinese government is tricking the world into buying its idea that Fa lungong is illegal , a evil,do you? Have a think, if Fa lun didn't do any harm to the country or people's securiety, why does it bother to deal with it? As a normal chinese, i have my own eyes and ears, i believe in what i see. Li Hongzhi, the founder of Fa lun, called for his followers to make riot by burning themselves in Beijing. is there any differene between that and self-killing bombing in the Mid-east. why did he fool these innocent people to kill themselves. I think there is only one answer, he use them to achieve his own dirty purpose!


ps: Master Li Hongzhi tell us Fa lun practitioners will never suffer from any disease hoho~
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11-10-2009, 10:25 AM
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RE: “Gods” also go to hospital when ill.
Who is that comment aimed at? Me? I don't have antipathy for China, and I don't think anyone else has indicated that.
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11-10-2009, 10:27 AM (This post was last modified: 11-10-2009 10:40 AM by Jessica Li.)
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it is pleasant talking to you ,Sir / Lady.
I know what you mean. You know China is a calamitous country in 19th and the first half of the 20th centery. During more than 100 hundred years it was ravaged and looted by Westen powers. Most heartbreaking thing is it was almost detroyed by Japan in the world war two. Led by communit party of China, our new country was founded. However, it is unwelcomed by some big countries, because it is a socialist country ,we chinese hold differnt values and belief from them. This situation is still existing and their negative attitude still functions. From what you said, i guess China is still mystery to the outside and it is not open enough, isn't it? China really have a long way to go. we want to know the world, equally, we need the world to know us.
my friend, i sincerely welcome you to China. Praying It is a frendly country, I promise
i think i misunderstood you. But what do you mean by "chinese government agents this, agents that....." i was agitated by this word.
I blame my poor English for this misunderstanding.
Anyway, please forgive me!
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