Elizabeth May Speaking at Falun Dafa Month Rally on Parliament Hill

On Wednesday, May 8th, 2013 in Photos

Elizabeth May, Leader of the Green Party of Canada and Member of Parliament for Saanich-Gulf Islands, spoke to hundreds at a Falun Dafa Month Rally on Parliament Hill.

Thank you very much for that generous  welcome.

It’s true that I have a petition on my website (elizabethmaymp.ca).  It’s available for everyone.  It’s very important because it raises awareness for other MPs.

Every time I stand in the House of Commons with a petition to call for respecting human rights in China, I’m speaking to the People’s Republic of China, their embassy here certainly notices, but I’m also speaking to my friends, who are other Members of Parliament.

We must not forget what’s happening on a daily basis in China.

It’s an assault on the very notion of humanity.  The inhumanity of treating some people as lesser creatures, as susceptible to incarceration, and to organ harvest, which is an intolerable term and an intolerable practice.  We need to stand strong, as brothers and sisters together, who share one common reality.  We are human beings on the same planet.

Human rights that are not respected in one country is an assault on human rights in every country.

That’s why I am so grateful to you, as practitioners of something that is about love, compassion, tolerance, patience, and truth.  With this, it’s amazing that we always have to get everyone’s attention in China to promote human rights.

It’s a difficult issue, as Canada increases its trade ties with China.  Increases with things that are as dangerous as the Canada-China Investment Treaty.  We must stand up against these things. We must be friends with China, but friends who can tell the truth.  When a friend is afraid to tell the truth, they are not friends, they are subjugated by a larger power.

That’s not friendship.  That’s losing our sovereignty.

I stand with you.  I’m grateful to you.  Continue your struggle.  It’s important for everyone to continue against the violations of human rights.

Thank you very much.

Every person is entitled to the peaceful practice of his or her religion without fear of persecution. However, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) banned the practice of Falun Gong in 1999, using tactics employed against peaceful Falun practitioners including imprisonment, forced labour, torture, murder, Orwellian indoctrination and even allegations of live organ extraction.

Help Elizabeth push the Canadian government to tell the Chinese government to stop their persecution of Falun Gong practitioners. Sign or download her petition, get as many people as possible to sign it, and mail it – postage free – to either her Ottawa or Sidney offices. With as few as 25 signatures, Elizabeth can present your petition to the government in the House of Commons.

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We, the undersigned citizens of Canada, call upon the Minister of the Crown for Foreign Affairs to impress the importance of universal human rights declarations as an international norm upon the People’s Republic of China’s (PRC). persecution of Falun Dafa practitioners, and we request that the Minister of the Crown for Citizenship and Immigration list the PRC as a refugee Source Country, thereby allowing swifter accommodation for those fleeing its persecution.

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  • Margaret Slavin

    I am so grateful that Elizabeth May has drawn attention to this horrifying violation of human rights.

  • Michael

    perhaps we could invite Falun Gong to be taught to the public, in schools or even on Parliament Hill.

    • Human Supporter

      It is. Just not in China.

  • J Mabbott

    It is one thing to permit persons to peacefully practice religion, (among other practices) it is another still for the government and educational institutions to endorse it. People who wish to practice Falun Gong, and other practices, should be allowed to do so, provided they do so peacefully, and their practices do not violate anyones rights or interfere with the daily operations of society. Under no circumstances should religion in any form be present in government, business, education, health care, or the penal system, and absolutely none of these institutions (and others I may have missed) should endorse or encourage religion in any way.

  • pa

    It is especially important that we support religious freedom wherever it is squashed, and – unfortunately – that includes infringements of religious freedom here in Canada. Shocking, coming only 25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall.

  • anon

    My husband is Chinese. From what he knows of Falun Gong, it’s a cult where they influence people to give them money. That’s why it was banned, while other religions were not.

    • anon

      He tells me also that they have influenced married people to leave their families. The founder of the religion had several wives and has escaped to the U.S. where they are sheltering him. I”m all for religious freedom, but this sounds like a cult. If it was truly peaceful and not causing problems, I don’t think the chinese government would go to all the effort to ban it. I also think if you believe our governments never use torture, you’re deluding yourself.

      • anon

        There are Buddhist tempts, Catholic churches, Jehovahs Witnesses in China, but the Chinese government is not bothering them.

        • Louis

          Many Catholics and Christians are also persecuted in China, not to mention Tibetan Buddhists. Some churches are approved and controlled by the Chinese state but many people there don’t want to worship at a church or temple subservient to the atheist communist party.

          The communists have a long history of persecuting people. If you think the Chinese government wouldn’t go to the effort of persecuting Falun Gong if it weren’t causing trouble… think of all those innocent people killed in the cultural revolution and other political movements.

        • Jan Walker

          Have you ever heard of the Chinese Culture Revolution? !

    • Old Green

      anon, should that give the Chinese government the right to imprison them, torture them, remove their organs and sell them, subject them to extreme brainwashing techniques etc.? I am not associated with Falun Gong, but I have researched it somewhat. I have not found any evidence of the “cult” abuses you mention but those kinds of techniques and worse are being used against the ordinary followers.

      If the Chinese government were concerned with abuses by the leaders of this persuasion, they should use the process of law against them, not against all their followers.

      In my opinion, Falun Gong’s focus on health, positive thinking, tolerance and peace is badly needed in a world where militant fundamentalists of various opposing stripes are bombing and terrorizing innocent people.

      • anon

        Thanks for your information. I really doubt they are removing their organs and selling them. Let’s face it, there’s alot of misinformation out there. There’s chinese propoganda and also western propogranda. Who knows what’s really going on, unless you’re personally involved?

      • Paker

        i think the best way for Falun Gong is to show us a list of 6,000 live organ harvest victims. at least 100, anyway. if Falun Gong can not, i doubt its assertion. do you think so, Mr Old Green?

    • Jan Walker

      I think you should watch this video and possibly show it to your husband. The truth is clear that the Chinese government set it up in order to make people believe it’s cult. Don’t just listen to the hearsays, do some research yourself, and whatever the Chinese government did to the practitioners are totally inhumane. Besides, if you learn a little more about Chinese history and Falun Gong, your heart will be with those innocent people, but not Chinese government.

      • Susan Lyinch

        Self-burning girl in Tian Anmen sq.

        ms Chen Guo

        i wanna know who is lying, Chinese govt. or Falun Gong?

        • Marvin Gui

          Wikipedia’s Tiananmen Square self-immolation incident page says “The identities of participants on Tiananmen Square was also called into question by a CNN producer on the scene. While the Chinese government claimed that a 12-year-old Liu Siying had set herself on fire at the urging of her mother, the CNN producer said that she did not see any children among the self-immolators, The provided source is from Danny Schechter, “Falun Gong’s Challenge to China” (Akashic Books, 2001). pp 20 – 23
          Above is regarding Liu Siying. As to Chen Guo, please check http://en.minghui.org/html/articles/2011/1/27/122887.html.

          Chen Guo’s school fellow Ms. Wang Bo was put in jail, because Wang Bo disclosed Chen Guo was not a Falun Gong practitioner. 6 brave Beijing human rights lawyers defended Wang Bo in the court, but the lawyers themselves were beaten.

  • Dennis Goos

    I cannot support a petition recognizing religious freedom. Religion is the largest enemy of human rights in the world today. Ideologies of all stripes, not just religions, can and are used to deny freedom to individuals with differing beliefs.Communism, Socialism, Leninism, Catholicism, Protestantism, Buddhism, Islamism, Capitalism, ad infinitum, have all been used and are being used to deny human rights to people who have different beliefs from the believers.
    Falun dafa is a ridiculous superstition, with no saving grace and should be discouraged completely,.
    On the other hand, a petition that calls upon China to respect the human rights of all people without regard to an ideology would have my full support.
    Isn’t it time that MP’s stood behind individuals instead of beliefs?

    Is it a respect for human rights that drives Canadian policy towards First Nations communities ? Those practices look like a disrespect with effects as deadly as those China practices towards those who are different.

    • NW granny

      Our country could stand for both the rights of each person and their religious/philosophical beliefs. One should not negate the other.

    • C Brown

      So what are you saying? That its wrong for Elizabeth May, being in government, to speak out on behalf of a religious group whose human rights have been violated? Isn’t it her job to speak up for people whose human rights have been violated? Falun Gong may be the religion – but its members are still PEOPLE! It seems that you are the one who is confused about how to separate government and religion …

    • http://twitter.com/FluffyPitbull FLUFFY THE PITBULL

      Freedom of religion together with freedom of political affiliation, freedom of assembly, freedom of association and freedom of expression are the fundamentals of any civilized society. As long as they don’t try to force their ideas on others they should be free to express them privately or publicly. The Soviet Union tried to squelch all forms of religious expression and failed because ultimately, you can’t tell people what they may or may not think.

    • Laine

      I’m wondering whether you can qualify this content or to explain its basis…. “Falun dafa is a ridiculous superstition, with no saving grace and should be discouraged completely”
      I am neither condoning or supporting, nor condemning the practice but I have read through its text, tried the exercises, heard the philosophy and still would not feel qualified to make such a blanket dismissal and generalization.

      It is far too complex, and without in-depth and empirical experience; without a reason for those words – only a ‘true’ fool would use them.

  • SFactor

    How can you call for human Rights in China, when you, a lone, leader do not assault the very notion of humanity, when you do not speak out in Parllament, about the aggregious International Free Trade Agreements with China – one solution! Abrogate from these disastrous contracts. you are in a way, being hypocritical -

    • Human Supporter

      You haven’t been reading your Green Party notices…

  • Sheela May

    I support encouraging China to be fair to their own citizens. The way the world is going we may be an economic colony of the Chinese empire, and history points out that it is rare that imperial governments treat colonial citizens any better that the inhabitants of their own nation. The more enlightened that we can help the Chinese be, the more likely we may be to retain the level of fair treatment that we experience in our own nation now.

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1630389345 Anne Marie Benoit

    I love all what Elizabeth May is doing and to respect human right in China. it is enlightening that she is speaking out-loud about this painful truth. Many citizens from China needs protection and I as a Canadian want them to know I think about this often. Thank You Elizabeth for your caring attention.

  • claudia p

    Even if its a cult and even if its not a true belief, you dont torture .anybody in any circumstances. I sign not for religious freedom, but against torture.

    • EdBetterley

      Sorry but without religious freedom you will also allow peoples rights to be taken.

      • Jan Walker

        Who are you to use my name to write things to Claudia p? I am Jan Walker, :O, could anyone help me trace the above IP address, what’s this person’s purpose to use my name?!

        “”"”"”"Sorry but without religious freedom you will also allow peoples rights to be taken.”"”"”" is written by Fake Jan Walker.

        • Jan Walker

          Oh, unless we have the same name. Then I have to say sorry. Boy!

      • Jan Walker

        Hi, EdBetterley, I am sorry but just now I indeed saw it was my name instead of yours. Probably something wrong with the system, just ignore the message below. I am sorry.

      • claudia p

        Yes i agree that religious freedom is at the core of secular democracy,i guess i was shock by people arguing about if this religion is right or not.

        • Hunter Ford

          Falun Gong is not a religion as it self claims.

  • H. Hutter

    I renounced the religion I was brought up under ( catholic ) years ago.
    Like Dennis Goos writes : Respect human rights of all people without

    regard to an ideology that’s what we should petition for.

  • satinka

    Everyone is entitled to a belief system that works for them. Some beliefs are based in religion, other beliefs are more secular. Some beliefs are healthy, some are not. Beliefs based in love are healthy. Beliefs based in theft of body parts are not. It’s that simple. I am happy to sign this petition, Elizabeth.

  • http://www.facebook.com/Genieve.McRae Rae McRae

    Love and peace congers hate and war.

  • Elisa Black

    Here is a Harry Wu’s letter sent to Congressman Rohrabacher.

    Harry Wu Writes to Rep. Rohrabacher regarding Tibet and Organ Harvesting
    posted Dec 13, 2012, 5:25 PM by The Tibetan Political Review [ updated Dec 13, 2012, 5:28 PM ]

    Congressman Dana Rohrabacher
    2300 Rayburn House Office Building
    Washington, D.C. 20515

    November 27, 2012

    Dear Congressman Rohrabacher,

    I am writing to express my concern regarding your stance on the Falun Gong organ harvesting issue and the dismissal of Mr. Ngapo Jigme from his position at Radio Free Asia. I have always appreciated your political stance towards the Chinese Communist Party. However, I feel morally obligated to share my views with you on these two particular issues.

    First of all, I fully support the right of the Falun Gong followers to practice their religion, express their political views, and strongly condemn the Chinese Communist Party’s brutal persecutions against them. However, after more than a decade of close observations, I have found that the Falun Gong is problematic in many instances, including on the issue of organ harvesting.

    Before 2000, Falun Gong had never talked about organ harvesting, even though China had begun to harvest organs from prisoners in the early 1980s. During Falun Gong’s booming years in 1990s in China, it enjoyed the support and cooperation of the Chinese government. In fact, its founder, Mr. Hongzhi Li, had received an award from China’s State Security Department. Even in the early 2000s, Falun Gong had seldom mentioned the issue of organ harvesting because they had only opposed then Chinese Communist Party’s General Secretary, Zemin Jiang, but not the Chinese Communist Party itself.

    Things took a dramatic turn in 2006, when the Falun Gong claimed that approximately 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners had been held at a medical hospital at Sujiatun, Liaoning Province and that 4,000 of them had their organs harvested. However, even now, the Falun Gong has never been able to come up with solid evidence to vindicate their claims. No medical doctor or family member of the victims supposedly involved in the Sujiatun organ harvesting has come forward to substantiate the claims. While there is no doubt that the Chinese government has consistently engaged in illegal and immoral organ harvesting from prisoners, the evidence presented by the Falun Gong is far from convincing. I once pointed this out in a confidential letter to you and your colleagues in Congress, but to my shock, one of your assistants divulged the contents of this confidential letter to the Falun Gong.

    I was surprised to learn that you had openly criticized the Central Tibetan Administration and Prime Minister Lobsang Sangay due to their alleged involvement in the dismissal of Mr Ngapo Jigme from Radio Free Asia. It is true that Mr. Ngapo Jigme has had a complicated social and political background. Through my interactions with him for more than a dozen years, I have become fully aware of his “murky” relationship with the Chinese government. I also understand that because of this, the personnel at the Central Tibetan Administration and the International Campaign for Tibet as well as the honorable Dalai Lama himself have never accepted interviews by Radio Free Asia. I believe that the management at Radio Free Asia must have solid evidence to force him out. For the reasons stated above, it does not seem appropriate to lodge a public complaint against the Central Tibetan Administration.

    This letter has been written out of my deep respect towards your persistent efforts to confront the Chinese dictatorship. I am personally appreciative of the enormous support that you have given to the Laogai Research Foundation and myself. Given the importance of your positions on these issues, I feel obligated to share my opinions with you. I hope that my perspectives would be helpful for you to form a more balanced view on these important issues. It is also my wish that when you form an opinion or take action in this regard, you would heed outside advice, on top of the advice offered by your assistants or staff members.

    I would be happy to further discuss the aforementioned issues and concerns with you, and would be available to meet you at your convenience. Meanwhile, you may reach me through email at exchange2060@gmail.com or call me at 202-408-8300 ext. 100.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best wishes,

    Harry Wu

    Founder and Executive Director
    Laogai Research Foundation

    1. The Honorable President of the United States
    2. The Honorable President of Senate
    3. The Honorable Speaker of House of Representative
    4. Respected Members of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs
    5. The Honorable Secretary of State
    Originally published at http://www.laogai.org/human-rights-news/harry-wu-writes-us-congressman-dana-rohrabacher-regarding-tibet-and-organ

    Harry Wu also serves on the Advisory Board of the International Campaign for Tibet

    • Marvin Gui

      Matas/Kilgour’s rebuttal to Harry Wu in their report is sufficient. Here is the link:
      http://organharvestinvestigation.net/report0701/report20070131.htm#_Toc158023109 It is quoted in the following.

      Appendix 16. Sujiatun

      The Epoch Times published a story in its March 9, 2006 issue with the headline “Over 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners detained in secret concentration camp in China” and a sub-heading “Over 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners are secretly detained at Sujiatun concentration camp”. The source was a person whose identity was concealed and who was described as a long time reporter who worked for a Japanese television news agency and specialized in news in China.

      The Epoch Times then published a story in its March 17 under the headline “New witness confirms existence of Chinese concentration camp, says organs removed from live victims.” The lead sentence of this article, written Ji Da of the Epoch Times, states:

      “A former employee of Liaoning Provincial Thrombosis Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine told the Epoch Times during a recent interview that the Sujiatun Concentration Camp in China was actually part of a hospital.”

      Harry Wu came out with a statement on June 8 casting doubt on the testimony of Annie. But, that doubt had developed much earlier. Harry Wu wrote a letter “To whom it may concern” on March 21, 2006,that the testimony of Annie and Peter amounted to “possible fraud”, “distorted facts”, “fabricated news”. Harry Wu is executive director of the Laogai Research Foundation and the China Information Center located in Washington D.C. He spent nineteen years in Chinese Labour camps.

      A spokesman for the US Department of State in a daily press briefing on April 14 was asked about the reports of organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners in Sujiatun. The spokesman replied that officers and staff from the Embassy in Beijing and the Consulate in Shenyang visited the area and the site mentioned in the reports and “found no evidence that the site is being used for any function other than as a normal public hospital.

      The two sources, using the names Peter and Annie, on April 20, 2006 spoke to a public rally in Washington D.C. Annie said that she felt the need to speak out because the US and Chinese governments “have denied the existence of this incident”[94]. So, a controversy had developed about the reports of Peter and Annie.

      As noted, Harry Wu questioned the credibility of Annie and Peter on March 21. Yet, his investigators in China did not complete their investigations and report to him till well after this letter was written. Wu writes:

      “Meanwhile, I asked the CIC reporters in China to make an investigation on the Sujiatun allegation. Since March 12, the investigators searched around the whole District of Sujiatun. On March 17, they even managed to visit the two military camps located in Sujiatun. On March 27, they secretly visited the Liaoning Provincial Thrombosis Hospital of Integrated Chinese and Western Medicine in Sujiatun. On March 29, they visited the Kangjiashan Prison at the neighbourhood of Sujiatun. However, with all these first‑hand investigations, they had not found anything that could be an evidence of the Falun Gong allegation of Sujiatun Concentration Camp. During and after their investigation, they sent back photos and written reports to me about their findings respectively on March 15, March 17, March 27, March 29, March 30 and April 4.”[95]

      Though some investigations were conducted prior to the writing of the March 21 letter, the bulk were conducted subsequently. In particular, the visit to the relevant hospital occurred on March 27, after the letter was written. So, Harry Wu formed his views about Sujiatun before his investigators had completed their work.

      What this means is that the views of Harry Wu were not based on the full reports of his investigation. His investigation, for the most part, was used to confirm views already formed and publicly communicated.

      Harry Wu never met with or interviewed any of the three persons he has accused of lying – Annie, the ex-wife of the surgeon, the surgeon and Peter, the Japanese television news agency reporter. We could have understand his deciding to come to no conclusion whether these three were lying or telling the truth. However, to conclude that they were lying without interviewing them and without completing his investigation is unfair both to them and to the truth seeking process.

      An interview allows for judgments on demeanour, spontaneity, directness or evasiveness, relevance and attention to detail. It gives an opportunity to clarify misunderstandings. It allows the interviewer to find out not only what the person knows, but how the person knows it, to find out what information is first hand and what information is second hand.

      We have interviewed both Annie and Peter. David Kilgour, before he went into politics, was a trial lawyer and Crown prosecutor for many years. He has had the benefit of engaging in numerous cross examinations during his professional career and is well able to sort out those who lie from those who tell the truth.

      Harry Wu characterizes as “technically impossible” the volume of organ harvesting which Annie says her husband did[96]. Yet, what is technically possible for organ harvesting is a matter of expert knowledge. Harry Wu has no specialized credentials to our knowledge which would allow him to assert what is technically possible for organ harvesting. He neither quotes nor cites nor refers to any expertise to substantiate his claim to what is technically possible.

      Annie reports that her husband engaged in cornea harvesting of about 2,000 Falun Gong practitioners. Dr Mohan Rajan writes:

      “The process of removing the eye takes only 20 minutes”.[97]

      PS Prakasa Rao at writes:

      “Eye removal takes only 10‑15 minutes….”[98]

      Contrary to what Harry Wu writes, it is technically possible for the volume of cornea harvesting Annie describes given the short time the operation takes.

      Annie refers to secret underground chambers in which Falun Gong prisoners were kept. She does not claim that she has seen these chambers, but only heard of them from someone who had seen them.

      Harry Wu describes Annie’s reference to secret underground chambers as “speculations”. Yet, the existence of large underground structures in Shenyang City proper as well as in the Sujiatun district of the greater metropolitan Shenyang area are a matter of public knowledge. These structures have been reported in a local Shenyang newspaper, the Shenyang Daily. They are described on the website of the Sujiatun District Chinese Party Committee[99].

      Peter told us that he saw in 2003 in Sujiatun the exterior of a brick walled enclosure. This enclosure was in walking distance from the hospital, but ten minutes by taxi, because of the road system. It was not part of the hospital, nor part of the hospital compound. Since he last saw the enclosure, there has been a lot of construction in the area. He does not know if this enclosure is still there.

      Peter described this enclosure to the Epoch Times in an interview published in the March 10, 2006 issue. He said that Falun Gong practitioners were detained at this centre. The report quotes Peter as saying:

      “The concentration camp has a crematorium to dispose of bodies. There are also many doctors on site. No detainees have managed to leave the concentration camp alive. Before cremation, the internal organs are all removed from the body and sold”.

      Peter explained to us that he did not enter inside the enclosure, nor did he personally talk to anyone who was working there. What he was telling the Epoch Times about what went on there was what he had heard from people who lived or worked in the neighbourhood of the Centre. He understood that these people in turn knew this information because people who worked at the detention centre lived in the neighbourhood and passed on to people there what was going on inside.

      The Epoch Times then interviewed Annie, for its issue of March 17, 2006. Annie, in response to questions about the detention centre/concentration camp talked about her hospital. The result was an Epoch Times story stating that Annie had confirmed what Peter had told them.

      The headline to the article is “New Witness confirms existence of Chinese Concentration Camp, says Organs Removed from Live Victims”. Yet, one can see from reading the article that Annie does not talk about the detention centre Peter described.

      Annie in the article does not confirm the existence of the detention centre Peter saw. She states: “For the majority of the Falun Gong practitioners, nobody knew where they were being secretly kept”.

      In the body of the article where Annie is interviewed, a sub-heading, inserted by the paper, has the words “Concentration camp details.” But what follows has nothing to do with the detention centre Peter described and refers only to the hospital where Annie worked.

      The interviewer, when asking Annie about the hospital, puts one question this way: “Did the hospital’s medical staff inside the concentration camp know about this?” Annie answers the question by talking about the hospital where she worked without reference to any concentration camp.

      Harry Wu was able to pick that up just from reading the Epoch Times. In his June 6, 2006 commentary, he writes: “The secret prison Peter described is different from what Annie says.”

      What Peter actually saw, as opposed to what he heard, a brick walled enclosure is, in itself, not all that probative. What he heard, since it comes from unidentified sources and is second or third hand, is a trigger for investigation, but nothing more.

      What Annie heard is different. She heard directly from an identified source, her husband, who confessed to personal involvement in organ harvesting. Was the husband truthful in telling his wife what he was doing?

      We have no reason to believe that the husband would lie to Annie. There is no credible explanation we have heard why Annie’s husband would say to his own wife that he had participated in atrocities if he had not done so.

  • Eboz

    Oh gosh, Ms.May, please stop this insane, ostentatious display!
    Go to http://www.academia.edu/655693/Falun_Gong_In_the_Media_What_Can_We_Believe

    and find out for yourself what Falun Gong really is… Li’s uglist anti-gay, anti-human, racist teachings are all retrieved and destroyed by his followers, and therefore remain unknown to millions of us. Falun Dafa is not even a cult, it’s just another version of Scientology, no scientific basis at all. It simply arouses sympathy from outside China, especially with the resue of our media that’s majorly unfriendly to Chinese government… No offense, I just feel obligated to reveal the truth to some people.

  • anon

    Good comments here. I’d simply like to add that concerning any health claims from doing falun gong, well, you can get the same – and more – benefits by simply doing any type of Qi Gong (Chi Kung). Qi Gong comes without the religious/sect matters and as such is really, really free.

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