The premiere of “Don’t ask questions” on of the Dutch film festival reveals the truth about Tiananmen’s self-immolation

Translation and commentary: Jenny Ball
Editor: peacelv

A poster for the film “Don’t Ask Questions” at the Dutch Documentary Film Festival (Beholders).

On October 13, 2021, the Dutch Documentary Film Festival (Beholders) was held in Cultuur Haven Veghel and a documentary “Don’t Ask Questions” was shown at the premiere of the evening. This is a century lie of CCP that happened 21 years ago in the political center of CCP China.

According to the organizer’s website, the film “Don’t Ask Questions” tells about five people “self-immolation” on Tiananmen Square in Beijing in January 2001. This incident was later proved to be an excuse for the persecution by the CCP to frame Falun Gong and a plot for the people to hate Falun Gong.

The film exposes the harm of media fraud under the authoritarian regime, and the experience of producer Jason Loftus spreading the truth in Beijing.

On August 14, 2001, the “International Education Development Organization” issued a statement on the “Tiananmen Self-immolation Incident” at an UN meeting, strongly condemning the “state terrorism” of the CCP authorities to frame Falun Gong. The statement said: “A video analysis of the self-immolation incident showed that the entire incident was directed by the government alone.” At that time, the CCP delegation present was faced with solid evidence and did not argue. The statement has been filed by the UN.

The organizer and director of the film festival, Willem Wouters, arranged the film as the premiere. He thought it was a good film about China, which would let people understand what Falun Gong is, what is cultivation, and the dangers of fraud by the CCP’s news media, etc. The movie contributes to explaining these issues.

According to information on Minghui.com, Falun Gong is a superior Buddhist practice based on “Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance” as its criterion. Five sets of slow exercises can quickly improve the physical and mental health of practitioners. The related works of the founder of Falun Gong, Mr. Li Hongzhi, also explicitly prohibit killing and suicide. Real Falun Gong practitioners will not self-immolate.

The host of the festival, Frits Buijs, said that “Don’t Ask Questions” is an impressive documentary about the conspiracy behind the “Tiananmen Self-immolation” incident written and directed by the CCP.

When talking about Falun Gong, Buis said: “I like the core values of Falun Gong very much-“Truthfulness, Compassion, Forbearance“. Falun Gong has been persecuted by the CCP government, which is terrible. Everyone should have freedom right of belief.”

On July 20, 1999, Jiang Zemin, the former leader of the CCP ordered a total suppression of Falun Gong, and the persecution policy has been maintained to this day. Minghui.com reported that the reason for the suppression came from Jiang’s jealousy and fear that the number of Falun Gong practitioners exceeded that of CCP members, and his fear of unstable to hold his power.

In addition, Falun Gong practitioners respect the gods of heaven and earth, and believe that the traditional values of rewarding good and evil are contrary to the Communist atheism and struggle ideology. These have also become factors in the CCP’s persecution of this group.

Falun Gong advocates “Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance”, which is very good and anyone can accept them. Joost Hengeveld, a staff member of Amnesty International’s Human Rights Film Festival, said after watching “Don’t Ask Questions” that night, “China is a communist country, and people are treated like cows and pigs. This makes me sad. A lot of us don’t know. What happened there (in CCP China). If you are in a country where the media itself can fake things, it’s very dangerous.”

On October 13, 2021, the film “Don’t Ask Questions” was shown at the premiere of the Dutch Documentary Film Festival, exposing the CCP’s concocted fake news “Tiananmen self-immolation” to plant and frame Falun Gong. (Minghui Net)
On October 14, 2021, Dutch newspapers reported the news of the Dutch Documentary Film Festival. The picture shows one of the newspapers. (Minghui Net)

On October 14, the Dutch “Brabants Daily” (het Brabants Dagblad) and “Eindhoven Daily” (het Eindhovens Dagblad) reported the truth about the “Tiananmen Self-immolation” and the harm of media’s lies in the documentary filmed at the premiere of the film festival. The two local daily newspapers cover nearly 400,000 readers, mostly middle class.

So far, in the international community, “Don’t Ask Questions” is not the only film that exposes the truth about the “Tiananmen self-immolation Incidence”. As early as 2003, the documentary “False Fire” produced by NTDTV that exposed the truth about “Tiananmen self-immolation” revealed many doubts about the “self-immolation” incidence with shocking images and incisive and rigorous analysis, thus confirming that the entire incident was planted by the CCP. A false case concocted by Falun Gong. The film won the honorary award at the 51st Columbus International Film and Television Festival.

Commentary: On July 20, 1999, Jiang Zemin, the former leader of the CCP ordered a total suppression of Falun Gong, his fear of unstable to hold his power. This became century lie of the CCP.

Today, another century lie of Covid-19 and vaccine. Xi Jingping and CCP launched bioweapon warfare with virus as means and vaccine as goal in fear of the extinction of CCP regime and his power as emperor.

 CCP stays in legal authority for one more day, the world will suffer one more day of misery.

Link of source article: hk.epochtimes.com

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