Tuidang, the global movement of “Quitting the Chinese Communist Party” began in the end of 2004. Millions have since quit the Party and its affiliates on the “Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)” website, with the option of using their real name or an alias.
Tuidang volunteer, Mr. Jin Lian, a Falun Gong practitioner from Taipei calls people in China, to offer them an opportunity to quit the CCP. He has called police stations in China many times. Several of Mr. Jin’s phone calls to China are recounted below.
An officer claimed he couldn’t understand Mr. Jin because of his accent and asked him to speak louder. After he raised his voice several levels, he realized that the officer was making fun of him, so he decided to whisper, “Are you deaf?” The officer heard the whisper and cursed at him. He then told the officer, “You do indeed understand what I am saying. You have sensitive ears. I am calling you with a most important message.” After further discussion, the officer quit the CCP.
From Abuse to Approval
One officer cursed at Mr. Jin as soon as he found out who he was. He said to Mr. Jin, “You are lower than a chicken. We can beat or kill you with no repercussions.” Mr. Jin got irritated, lost his cool, and hung.
He called back and recorded the officer cursing. He then replayed the recording and said to the officer, “You are rude! Aren’t you a government official? You should live up to the standard of an officer. You will lose face if I upload this recording to the Internet.”
Mr. Jin’s words shocked the officer, so he listened to what Mr. Jin was telling him. The officer finally understood that the phone call was for his own good. He quitted the CCP using an alias, and called out, “Falun Dafa is good!”
This story is based on an article from Minghui.org