Global Tuidang Center

GLOBAL SERVICE CENTER

for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Sydney, Australia: “… Until There Is No More Communism in the World”

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Minghui.org [caption id="attachment_3213" align="alignleft" width="300"]Rally in Belmore Park, Sydney to support the 200 million who have renounced their CCP membership (minghui.otg) Rally in Belmore Park, Sydney to support the 200 million who have renounced their CCP membership (minghui.otg)[/caption] The number of people who have withdrawn from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its associated organizations reached 200 million in April. The Sydney Tuidang Center (or Sydney Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party) held a rally in Belmore Park on April 18. Dr. Li Yuanhua, representative of the Sydney Tuidang Center pointed out that the trend of quitting the party is not a political campaign. Instead, it is a movement based on the awakening of individuals’ souls. The movement was initiated by the book Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party published in 2004. In his speech, Dr. Li quoted Mr. Mart Laar, two time Prime Minister of Estonia, who in 2010 said “Quitting the CCP is a wonderful idea,” and “The future of China lies in the quit CCP movement.” Andrew Wilson, Parramatta City Councilor, praised those who have withdrawn from the Party for their courage and choice. “They have taken a moral stand for themselves and their families, knowing that materially it is going to disadvantage them.” Wilson also discussed the Chinese regime’s state-sanctioned organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners. A documentary on this issue was aired recently by the Australian TV network, SBS. [caption id="attachment_3214" align="alignleft" width="300"]Andrew Wilson, Parramatta City Councillor, supports the trend of quitting the party (minghui.org) Andrew Wilson, Parramatta City Councilor, supports the trend of quitting the party (minghui.org)[/caption] Mr. Wilson concluded his speech with a warning to the CCP: “To the Chinese Communist Party – I know will be watching this today – you haven’t just lost 200 million people; you’ve lost your bravest and your best.” Parramatta City Councillor John Hugh also strongly condemned the Chinese government for harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners of conscience. “This is the worst crime against humanity. And such a crime is being committed by the Chinese Communist government,” he said. He told the rally audience about a personal experience in dealing with the CCP. “When I was applying for a Chinese visa for an official visit last year, the Chinese Consulate in Sydney placed two conditions on me. First, not to support the Falun Gong group’s organ harvesting claims. Second, not to attend any gatherings of Falun Gong practitioners,” Hugh said. “I am breaking both conditions today. I offer no apology for this decision because I must be responsible to my soul first. I am glad to support this event,” added Hugh. Dr. Thang Ha, president of the New South Wales Chapter of the Vietnamese Association in Australia attended the rally. He said, “We Need More Support for Those Active Members to Withdraw from the CCP.” He said, “We are here to celebrate 200 million brave Chinese people who have withdrawn from the Chinese Communist Party. But 200 million is not enough. We need more support to encourage those active members to withdraw from the CCP, until there is no more CCP or communism existing in this world!”]]>

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