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Europe: Volunteers Help Chinese Tourists Quit the Communist Party

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Chinese tourists read display boards in France (Minghui.org) Chinese tourists read display boards in France (Minghui.org)[/caption] When Chinese tourists visit scenic spots in Europe, they often come across volunteers for the movement to “Quit the Chinese Communist Party”, also called “Tuidang” in Chinese. The volunteers speak to mainland Chinese and give them literature to help them understand the deceptive and corrupt nature of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). For some tourists, the discussion can sometimes get emotional. Even though it is winter, the number of Chinese tourists visiting these sites is significantly higher than in previous years, according to tour guides. One tour guide mentioned that mainland Chinese wanting to visit France can now obtain a visa in just two days. Many Chinese tourists now speak openly and without fear about the harm the CCP has done to China. When given the opportunity to quit the Party, the majority of Chinese tourists decide to quit it and its two affiliated organizations–the Communist Youth League and the Young Pioneers. As a busload of Chinese tourists arrived at an attraction in France, a Tuidang volunteer approached and handed them literature about the CCP’s past crimes and its present-day persecution of Falun Gong. As the volunteer mentioned quitting the Party, the quiet tourists became excited. “Harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners?” one shouted, “How dare the CCP make this kind of profit!” “I have to quit the CCP, now that I know how they treat Falun Gong. I couldn’t live with myself if I didn’t”, said another.

Tourist: CCP Too Afraid to Mention Nine Commentaries in Public

A man from Shanghai discreetly asked a Tuidang volunteer for copies of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party. “It’s the number one banned book in China,” the man said. “The more strictly the CCP bans it, the more people want to read it.” The man said the book had been secretly banned, and that the CCP never even mentioned its title. That showed him that the book was right, and that the CCP is evil. A friend of his came over and shared the same opinion of the Communist regime. Both men quit the Party and its affiliates with the volunteer’s help.

Party Secretary: I Quit!

A volunteer talked to a group of tourists about the CCP’s corrupt nature and its persecution of Falun Gong. As he was speaking, a tourist warned him to stop because nearby there was an official from the Ministry of State Security. The volunteer replied that no one was secure without quitting the CCP. The tourists quietly listened as the volunteer continued to speak about the persecution of Falun Gong. Several people then agreed to quit the Party and its affiliates. Afterwards, a man who turned out to be a Party Secretary went up to the volunteer and said, “You don’t need to give me any pamphlets. Save it for other people. I will quit now.”

Tour Guide: Please Help All the Officials in My Group Quit

A tour guide listened to a volunteer and decided to quit the Party. He then asked the volunteer to help the rest of his group quit, “All of the people in my group are officials. Some of them are heavyweights. Please help them quit.” Most of his group wore suits. They refused to take informational materials from the volunteer, so the volunteer decided to walk with them as he spoke. He talked about several officials who had actively participated in the persecution of Falun Gong and met with terrible retribution. The group of officials slowed down and became quiet. They surrounded the volunteer and listened to him carefully. In the end, nine of the ten men quit the Party.

Tourists Refuse to Listen to Resistant Tour Guide

A tour guide wouldn’t let a volunteer hand out informational materials to his group. The volunteer told the tourists that the flier would tell them how to avoid trouble and stay safe in the chaotic Chinese society. Several of the tourists began to shout, “Give me one!” After one tourist gave the literature back to the volunteer, another tourist yelled, “Don’t give it back! Give it to me. What are you afraid of? Why can’t we read it?” The tour guide left quickly because his group insisted on taking the literature. Many of them quickly quit the Party. This story is based on an article from Minghui.org]]>

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