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Looking for Salted Vegetables Opens Opportunity to Quit Communist Party

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Tuidang volunteer in China There is this friend of a neighbor I know. Every time I would try to talk to him about leaving the Communist Party, he would dodge the topic. This worried me and I wondered if I had done something wrong. He visited my store one day because he had heard I carried a specially prepared salted vegetable at my shop. He said, “I’d like some salted vegetables. I want to give it to my elder sister. She loves it but we cannot find it anywhere.” I sold him some and gave him extra as service. He was very happy. Before he left, I asked, “Could I have a word with you? It has nothing to do with salted vegetables.” He smiled and said, “I know what you are going to say.” He paused for a bit then continued, “We Chinese all know that the Communist Party is rotten, brutal and adept at lying. But there is nothing us ordinary folks can do about it. I did not want to discuss this with you before, because I was concerned about your safety.” I finally understood why he always avoided the topic in the past. I said, “But we need to separate ourselves from the Party. When it does dissolve, you don’t want to be held accountable for its crimes. It’s already on the decline.” “Even if you use an alias to withdraw, it will count.” I said. He seemed touched and said, “What you say makes sense. Please help me withdraw from the Communist Party.” From this experience l learned that we should not assume the reason for someone’s reluctance to talk about an issue. We should be open-minded when we talk to people about leaving the Communist Party.]]>

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