Li Hongzhi, the founder of Falun Gong, says that the mixed blood, the offspring of different race marriage or "hybrid," is rootless human variants, who are evidence of human moral depravity in present age.
"As far as humans go, people of mixed race no longer have corresponding human races in heaven."(Teaching the Fa at a New York Meeting, 1997)
"Any ethnicity in the world is a race that corresponds with the heavens. After mixing blood people no longer have their correspondence to the gods in the heavens. And then it is possible that none of the gods that created humans will take care of them. Then with regard to these people, they are very pitiable."(Teaching the Fa at the Conference in Houston)
"After races are mixed up, you will find one's child born to be an infant of mixed blood. However, there is a partition in the middle of this child's life. If it is separated, he will be physically and intellectually incomplete or a person with an incomplete body."(Lecture in Sydney)
Li Hongzhi explains that the existence of mixed blood people is a conspiracy organized by the alien keeping the human from contacting with the paradise. Li holds that people of mixed blood are evil people and they are the manifestation of human degeneration.
As he was lecturing in Switzerland, he said: "The aliens mixed the human races, thus to separate the human from god." Below are the "ten sins" listed by Li Hongzhi: mixed blood, homosexual, computer user, tradition breaker, democracy believer, people "superstitiously" believing in science and etc.
"This science was set up by aliens. Their purpose was to unify human beings...Spain was the vanguard for mixing the human races. The way alien beings get human beings to shake free of the gods is to mix the races, causing human beings to become rootless people, just like the plant hybrids people make nowadays. South Americans, Central Americans, Mexicans and some people in South East Asia – all of these races have been mixed. None of this can evade the gods' eyes. Alien beings have made rather extensive preparations for overtaking human beings." (Teaching the Fa at the Conference in Switzerland)
"At present, the cultures of humankind are in a muddle – they are messy combinations of all sorts, and human races are becoming more and more mixed. These have indeed driven humankind to slide to a very dangerous stage." (Lecture at the First Conference in North America)
Li Hongzhi advocates segregation between races.
"Though oriental people and Westerners all live on earth, man does not know that there is something separating the East and the West."(Lecture in Sydney)
"If you don't belong to that race or you aren't from that god's paradise, he won't take you."(Teaching the Fa at the Western U.S. Fa Conference)
Accusing China of committing genocide
After the official ban on Falun Gong, the vast majority of Falun Gong practitioners are now living a happy life. However, Falun Gong widely spread rumors of genocide, claiming the Chinese government was persecuting "more than one million Falun Gong followers who believed in Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance" and committing "genocide." Chinese leaders were sued excessively by Falun Gong organization.
Falun Gong alleged that the self-immolation and homicide cases released by the media were instigation of public hatred against it. In June 1999, Zhao Zhizhen, former chief of the Wuhan TV Station, produced a TV feature named Li Hongzhi: the Man, His Deeds and Fabrications. Later Falun Gong accused Zhao of "stirring up hatred with media."
On March 14, 2008, Lhasa violence caused heavy loss of life and property to local residents, and severely impaired the social order. The Chinese government handled the incident according to law, but Falun Gong called white black by describing it as the "genocide of Tibetans."
In October 2008, an international roundtable on "Information Extremism: The Truth and Falsehood of Falun Gong Cult" was held in Kiev, Ukraine. Experts at the conference concluded that "the doctrine of Falun Gong was of distinctive cult characteristics, and it implemented information extremism by stirring up hatred among religions, communities and citizens."