Chinese scientists and institutions involved in organ harvesting received millions from Dr. Fauci, investigation finds

Two independent investigators published a report in Gateway Pundit this Friday, Nov. 26, in which they claim that both the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and Dr. Fauci’s office, the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), awarded tens of millions of dollars to Chinese scientists and institutions involved in the crime of forced organ harvesting from living people in mainland China.


The investigation was conducted by Dr. Lawrence Sellin, a retired U.S. Army Reserve colonel, Iraq and Afghanistan veteran, engaged in medical, pharmaceutical research, and Ms. Anna Chen, an independent researcher for the CCP People’s Liberation Army’s biological weapons program according to her Twitter bio.

In their report, the investigators claim that the NIH and Dr. Fauci’s NIAID funded research and the training of Chinese scientists in the United States. The latter work for hospitals in China that engage in forced organ harvesting and are affiliated with the CCP’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) that plays a central role in these crimes.

The crimes of forced organ harvesting were first exposed in 2006 by two Canadian lawyers, David Kilgour, Canada’s former Secretary of State for the Asia Pacific, and David Matas, a human rights lawyer, in an extensive report entitled ‘Bloody Harvest.’

Kilgour and Matas used the Chinese communist regime’s own transplant statistics, made calls to hospitals asking for ‘live’ organs, took screenshots of hospital advertisements on their websites offering organs in “a matter of days,” and took testimonies from Chinese concentration camp survivors who witnessed prisons and detention centers taking blood and doing all sorts of medical checks on prisoners of conscience to obtain compatibility data for a transplant.

The Canadians concluded that in China, the CCP carries out forced organ harvesting from living people to sell for transplants on a large scale, using military logistics and facilities and with the authorization of a judge.

In March 2020, the China Tribunal, consisting of lawyers and doctors from different parts of the world, reached the same conclusions.

The victims are mainly practitioners of Falun Dafa, a discipline of the Buddha School persecuted in China since 1999. However, recent reports indicate that Uighurs in Xinjiang province have also become targets for organ harvesting by the CCP.


A scientist from Columbia University, New York, Megan Sykes, published the results of scientific research in conjunction with Yong-Guang Yang, who, in addition to working for the same university, is also an employee of the Organ Regeneration and Transplantation laboratory of the First Hospital of Jilin University, an institute denounced for participating in the crime of organ theft in 2014.

That scientific study was funded by Anthony Fauci’s NIAID grant AI045897 and NIH grant 1S10RR027050 to the CCTI Flow Cytometry Core.

Yong-Guang Yang started working for Jilin University First Hospital in 2010 and through 2018 received $6.6 million from NIH.

In a 2011 study, also funded by NIAID, Yong-Guang Yang worked with Jilin University’s Chunfeng Wang, a collaborator with the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) Institute of Military Veterinary Medicine, a center allegedly linked to China’s biological warfare program.

In 2012, Yang began training surgeons from Jilin University First Hospital with American money at Columbia University, New York City, a major medical ethics concern.

In mid-October of this year, Professor Russell Strong, an internationally renowned physician specializing in organ transplantation, warned Western medical institutions that they should ban the entry and training of Chinese surgeons who, once they have acquired the knowledge, return to China to participate in the forced removal of organs from living people that is carried out under the supervision and with the participation of the Chinese state apparatus.

Dr. Russell Strong was one of the pioneers in the field of transplantation and, as early as 1980, established an organ transplant program at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane.

He performed the first successful liver transplant in 1985 and said he received hundreds of requests from Chinese doctors who wanted to train with him.

“I refused to train them unless I had a signed document from their institution that they would not go back and use executed prisoners as organ donors,” Professor Strong said. “I never received one response, so I refused to take them on.”

Yong-Guang Yang also conducted a scientific study with the PLA in 2018, funded by NIH grants AI079087 and HL130724.

In 2019, Yong-Guang Yang became an official member of the Organ Regeneration and Transplantation Laboratory, First Hospital of Jilin University; the International Future Science Center; and the China National Laboratory of Joint Engineering of Animal Models for Human Diseases (which conduct animal and human cell experiments), all while still employed at Columbia University.

The researchers’ report mentions NIAID grant AI 064569 and NIH grant 1S10RR027050 from two investigations by Yang and colleagues at Jilin University First Hospital.

Zhongke Bio-Engineering Co., Ltd.

According to Gateway Pundit, Yong-Guang Yang became a scientific advisor to Zhongke Bio-Engineering Company in Changchun City, a biotechnology company focused on organ transplantation and regeneration.

The company at the time had two senior PLA officers working as advisors:

Ningyi Jin PLA Major General and head of the PLA Institute of Military Veterinary Medicine, whose activities are related to China’s biological warfare program.

Wei-min Wang Major General, of the Standing Committee of the PLA Guangzhou Military Region Medical Science and Technology Committee of the PLA Guangzhou Military Region.

While Yong-Guang Yang received public funds from U.S. agencies, he also held dozens of positions as a senior manager of various entities. He won multiple awards that in Chinese society only come with being connected to the top ranks of the CCP.

It is worth mentioning that, according to China expert Larry Ong, the PLA is loyal to the former leader of the CCP, Jiang Zemin, who opposes the current leader Xi Jinping.

In 1999, when Jiang Zemin was the Secretary of the Party, he launched the persecution of Falun Gong unilaterally. He gave the order to “defame their reputation, bankrupt them financially and destroy them physically,” which is why some analysts say that it was Jiang Zemin who gave the secret order to start harvesting the practitioners’ organs.

The Bl contacted the office of Senator Rand Paul, who previously denounced in public hearings Dr. Fauci for having funded research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology that may have resulted in the COVID-19 virus, with the Gateway Pundit report asking if it is possible to verify the facts reported therein.

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