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Artist Uses Nine Commentaries to Help Many Quit Communist Party

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Tuidang Volunteer in China On one snowy winter day, I met an elderly artist by the name of Guo. We started chatting and I explained to him the terrible extent to which Falun Gong practitioners like me were being persecuted by the government. He listened while I talked, and I told him many things, like the benefits of the Falun Gong exercises and how cruel the Chinese Communist Party was for killing practitioners. He told me that he too had suffered under the Communist Party’s political revolutions and believed that the Party was headed towards collapse. I asked him if he wished to renounce the CCP and he said yes. I took down his name and submitted it to the official Tuidang counter on the Epoch Times website. Mr. Guo asked for a copy of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party, the book that exposes the CCP’s crimes, but I didn’t have one on me. However, I gave him a DVD with Tuidang information as well as information about Falun Gong. We agreed to meet the next day so I could give him the Nine Commentaries and other pamphlets. The following day, Mr. Guo was waiting for me. He and his family had watched the DVD and read all of the Falun Gong information I gave him. All seven members of his family decided to withdraw from the CCP. He gave me a list of their names. He also asked for more copies of the Nine Commentaries to take to his alumni meeting in Xi’an City. Three months later, I ran into him again. He told me that he had just returned from Xi’an City. He gave the Nine Commentaries books to his former classmates and had to copy more because he didn’t have enough with him. Many of his classmates renounced the CCP, including one government official. He gave me the list of their names and asked me to submit them.]]>

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