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Los Angeles, California: “Quitting the Chinese Communist Party Is Important for All of Us”

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Tuidang rally in Los Angeles celebrating the 200 million people who have quit the CCP Tuidang rally in Los Angeles celebrating the 200 million people who have quit the CCP[/caption] Minghui.org According to the Epoch Times newspaper, as of April 14, 2015, 200 million people have publicly renounced their membership in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its two youth organizations. The branch of the Global Tuidang Center (the Global Center for Quitting the CCP) in Los Angeles organized a rally on April 18 to celebrate this milestone, calling on more Chinese to take a stance on this important matter. Several guests gave speeches at the rally. Helen Li, who volunteers at the center, explained the significance of the event. “Many people have decided to quit the CCP because they are no longer willing to side with the Party and harm innocent people. Instead they are hopeful for a new future. Two hundred million is an impressive number. It serves as a testimony, indicating that in the war between good and evil, goodness will prevail.” Near the Monterey Park City Hall, where the event was held, many people attending the annual cherry blossom festival were attracted by the rally. They stopped to listen and take pictures. Local resident Mr. Sun said that he had not joined any CCP organizations because he was never interested in the Party’s activities. “But I support this quitting the CCP movement. The CCP needs to be phased out of history and quitting this organization is the way to go,” he said.

Russia as a Predecessor

Wu Fan, chief editor for China Affairs, an overseas Chinese language magazine, was one of the guest speakers at the rally. “Quitting Chinese Communism is important for all of us,” he affirmed. After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, Wu visited Russia and talked with senior officials who used to be members of the Communist Party. Mr. Wu recalled, “They told me that they were happy that communism had ended in Russia. The Soviet Union was the first communist country ever established. Its collapse means that communism has no future. It has no future because it suppresses people.” Mr. Wu said that he was very thankful for the Falun Gong practitioners who have taken the initiative to tell people what the CCP has done, exposing its brutal suppressions, including the 16-year persecution of Falun Gong. “I personally know an older woman who lives in Washington DC. Although she is retired, every day she spends lots of time making phone calls to China, giving people information that they cannot get in China and helping them quit the Party. I admire people like her.”

“The CCP Is Doomed to Fall”

[caption id="attachment_3210" align="alignleft" width="300"]Liu Yinquan, chairman of the Chinese Social Democratic Party Liu Yinquan, chairman of the Chinese Social Democratic Party[/caption] Liu Yinquan, chairman of the Chinese Social Democratic Party, said that the disintegration of the CCP was inevitable. “Whether you live in China or live here in California, regardless of which social class you belong to, most people have suffered from [the CCP’s] previous political campaigns,” he stated. “And the tragedy continues.” Liu gave examples of forced birth control in China, and Falun Gong practitioners being severely persecuted for their belief. “Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners of conscience are victims of the CCP’s systematic organ harvesting”, he said.]]>

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