Through internal sources, Chinascope has obtained a document that the CCP Public Security Department issued about conducting a nationwide campaign to “screen and eliminate Falun Gong activities” in preparation for the “Two Conferences [the National People’s Congress and the People’s Political Consultative Conference].” The document was issued to police stations across China on February 25, 2012. Below is the translation of partial contents of the document:
“This year’s ‘Two Conferences,’ to be held March 3-5 is an important political event that will take place before the CCP’s ‘18th Congress.’ Eliminating interference and damage by the evil cults and ensuring Beijing’s stability is the important political task of the citywide national security department of public security. … We must soberly understand that superficial stability is achieved through the Public Security Department’s regular and heavy strikes. ‘Falun Gong’s ability to initiate’ such an activity is intact; and the energy to interfere is still intact. Once [we] let up on our attack, they will start to make trouble and revive their sabotage. Particularly along with the U.S.’s high profile ‘return to the Asia Pacific,’ the overseas ‘Falun Gong,’ as the front runner of the U.S. anti-China strategy, is also increasing its activity of infiltration and sabotage in our neighboring countries and regions, making the situation more complicated.”
“In order to maintain a high level of pressure and a strike-hard status against ‘Falun Gong’ and to ensure that no high impact incidents or events happen during the ‘Two Conferences,’ [we] have decided to conduct a focused and unified screening and elimination activity to prevent and attack ‘Falun Gong.’"
“The activity will be conducted from February 27 at 8:00 a.m. to February 29 at 8:00 p.m., 2012.” “We should focus our efforts on cracking cases; conduct centralized efforts to arrest the key suspects; strive to arrest one more round of ‘Falun Gong’ members; crack down on a series of ‘Falun Gong’ underground locations; and confiscate a large amount of ‘Falun Gong’ counter-propaganda materials.”
“[It is required] that the rule of reporting and delivering information be strictly followed. During the screening and elimination activity, each police station is required to crack at least one ‘Falun Gong’ case; to detain at least one ‘Falun Gong’ member; to dispatch and summarize once a day; and to report immediately in the case of any major incidents.”