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Wei Jingsheng: Tuidang Movement is to Revive People Consciousness

Wei Jingsheng: Tuidang Movement is to Revive People Consciousness
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Li Chen. |  EpochTimes 

Wei Jingsheng at the seminar celebrating the 10th anniversary of publishing of the Nine Commentaries - (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)
Wei Jingsheng at the seminar celebrating the 10th anniversary of publishing of the Nine Commentaries – (Lisa Fan/Epoch Times)


The seminar celebrating the 10th anniversary of publishing of the Nine Commentaries and commencement of the Tuidang Movement was held at the United States Capitol on December 3, 2014. Chairman of the “Wei Jingsheng Fundation“, the human rights activist Mr. Wei Jingsheng, delivered the speech and expressed that the Tuidang movement incurred by the Nine Commentaries is to save every Chinese person’s spirit and to  “revive the consciousness hidden in people’s heart”.

Wei Jingsheng said, the regime of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) destroyed the common culture of human beings and aimed to construct their so-called “new culture”, which actually is a slavery culture.

Wei Jingsheng also held, the Tuidang movement is actually a movement of “rebuilding the morality”, which is the foundation for the revival of Chinese nationality.

Mr. Wei pointed out that many rich people in China still cannot find happiness, because they live in a society without morality. Therefore, the Tuidang movement is to save everybody’s spirit in China. Mr. Wei reminded that we have only saved 180 million Chinese people, which is a very small number compared with China’s 1.3 billion population.

He concluded that the rebuilding of the morality system in China will really reveal its significance after the CCP collapses, although many people cannot see it right now. People will genuinely feel the invisible, formative influence of the Tuidang movement when the time of rebuilding a new China comes.

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