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Canadian MP Not Surprised by Large-scale Renunciation of Communism in China

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“Great Wall of Truth” set up in Toronto, Canada. (minghui.org)[/caption] Zhang Yun  |  Minghui.org Rob Anders, Canadian Member of Parliament, said in a recent telephone interview that he was not surprised that so many Chinese people have lost faith in and respect for the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). According to the Global Service Center for Quitting the Party, as of this writing, more than 195 million Chinese people have quit the CCP and its associated organizations. Mr. Anders gave two reasons why he believes the Chinese people are quitting the Communist Party. First, he said, is that Marxism is foreign to China. “It is not natural to Chinese culture. The writings of Karl Marx were injected into a culture that has thousands of years of history and a tremendous heritage.” The second reason for disillusion with the CCP is corruption of the party. Mr. Anders said that after being in power for a few decades, any idealism within the party is gone. Communist Party officials are now severely corrupt, committing financial and sexual abuse, confiscating land, and enriching themselves through bribery. “All of these things indicate that the upper level of the Communist Party has become corrupt. It does not surprise me that a lot of people have lost faith and respect for a system that lives under such corruption,” said MP Anders. During the interview, Anders expressed his belief in nonviolent resistance. He made reference to the concept that once the number of people who join a nonviolent resistance movement reaches a certain threshold, the military and police will side with the protesters. Referring to the worldwide trend of quitting the Chinese Communist Party, Anders remarked, “They [the Chinese people] need to find a nonviolent way of publicly expressing their opposition to the regime.”]]>

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