Global Tuidang Center

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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Helping People Quit the CCP

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Why Should People Quit [caption id="attachment_3238" align="alignleft" width="300"](www.chinatrucks.com) Whenever I see truck drivers unloading goods….. (www.chinatrucks.com)[/caption] After several decades of brainwashing and suppression by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the whole nation has adopted its way of thinking and its standards for good and bad behavior. Now people accept and acquiesce to the CCP’s perverted, fraudulent, murderous nature and are responsible for it remaining in power. It’s persecution of Falun Gong began in 1999. As a Falun Gong practitioner I resisted the persecution and was sent to prison. After my release from prison in May 2013, I got a job as a gatekeeper at a large company where many people come in daily. I felt I must help them quit the CCP the ‘Communist youth league’ and the ‘young pioneers’ and support the “Tuidang” movement. Tuidang (退党) literally means “withdraw from the Party” in Mandarin Chinese. In 2004 The Epoch Times newspaper published an editorial series called the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party. The Nine Commentaries describes how Chinese people have suffered numerous oppressive political campaigns and social upheavals under Party rule for over 65 years, resulting in an estimated 60 to 80 million unnatural deaths. This resulted in the birth of the ‘Tuidang” movement to preserve those statements. I knew that I had to play my part in waking people up. At first, I was a bit unsure about how to go about it and a little concerned for my own safety, thinking, “I am at the gate eight hours a day in a security uniform. If someone reports me, I’ll have no place to hide.” I overcame that fear and soon began telling people the truth about the CCP so they could have a chance to stop supporting it and not be held accountable for its crimes.

Helping Passersby Quit the CCP

Whenever I see truck drivers unloading goods, I leave the entry box and start up a conversation, asking if they ever joined the Youth League or Young Pioneers. Most of them say they did, but that they have nothing to do with them now. I then ask them if they have heard about the movement to quit the Party and explain why it is so important for their own safety and future. In most cases, they agree to quit after hearing my explanation. I use this approach to talk to other people like delivery men, maintenance technicians, trash collectors, or anyone that comes to me for help. Once a lady was desperately looking for a restroom. I told her where to find one and lent her the key. When she returned, I told her about the importance of quitting the CCP. She agreed to quit and was very grateful for my help. Some individuals refuse to listen and don’t want to quit the CCP. A representative from another company said, “I’m a Party member. How dare you!” I explained that what I was doing was for his own sake and told him to think about it later, and not to miss out on the opportunity to quit. I was a bit worried afterward that he might report me. But immediately a clear thought came to my mind: ‘What I’m doing is most important for that person, it’s an honorable good thing.’ Nothing can stop me from helping people quit. I regard it as saving them. As I keep doing what I should do I’m able to help several people quit CCP organizations every day. One day, nine people agreed to quit.

Helping People in My Own Company Quit the CCP

I found that some people are more deceived by the CCP than others, such as Party Secretaries, “advanced CCP members,” etc. To help these people, I try to establish a rapport with them by greeting them warmly and talking to them whenever I can. Over time they become more friendly. Then, I start telling them about the importance of withdrawing from the Party and encouraging them to quit. The results have been good. One lady always had time for a friendly hello. When I told her what quitting the Party meant, she agreed straight away with a smile on her face. Later I found out that she is one of the deputy directors of the company. Within the space of a few months, I helped more than two dozen people in my company quit CCP organizations. However, I had some trouble with a man who is responsible for support staff, including gatekeepers. When I felt I knew him well enough, I asked him if he had heard about withdrawing from the Party. He showed little interest and barely responded. The next time I talked with him, I went straight to the point and encouraged him to quit the CCP. He agreed, but hesitantly. I thought that he might have told a supervisor about it. One day, the supervisor came to me and said, “Falun Gong, you’d better be more careful. I’m telling you this for your own good. Don’t lose your job over what you are doing.” I didn’t say anything at the time, but in my heart I knew that I would continue to do what I should be doing. Although people I’ve come across know that I’m a Falun Gong practitioner, no one has ever reported me to the authorities.]]>

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