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People in China Are Helping to Spread the Word about Falun Gong and quitting the CCP

People in China Are Helping to Spread the Word about Falun Gong and quitting the CCP

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When local practitioners, volunteers at the Tuidang center, went to a marketplace to distribute information about the persecution of Falun Gong and offer people to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), they met a woman who was about 40 years old.

A quit CCP statement, (NTD TV)
A quit CCP statement (NTD TV)

Helping to distribute material

They handed her a wall calendar with information about Falun Gong and started speaking to her about quitting the CCP and its affiliated organizations.

She took it, smiled, and said, “I’ve already quit. I’ve read all the truth-clarification materials that you’ve distributed, such as Falun Dafa brochures, and the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party. You’ve used your savings to produce these materials and given them to us for free. This is remarkable! I admire you so deeply. Not everyone could do this. What are you after?”

One of the volunteers smiled, and replied, “We aren’t after anything. We only want you to know the facts, quit the CCP, and choose a bright future for yourself.

Then, another woman, who had been listening nearby, walked over and said, “I totally agree with her.”
The volunteer offered her a wall calendar and she said she needed a few more because she wanted to help us distribute them. She immediately handed the calendars to two women nearby and came back. She said, “I’ve already given them to my friends. Please give me more. I want to give them to people in that hospital.” She took two dozens of calendars and headed toward the hospital

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