Global Tuidang Center

GLOBAL SERVICE CENTER

for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

“Between Good and Evil, There Is No Middle Ground”

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Cai Ju |  Minghui.org [caption id="attachment_3299" align="alignleft" width="300"]Practitioners at the rally congratulate 200 million people who have withdrawn their memberships in the CCP (Minghui) The rally congratulate 200 million people who have withdrawn their memberships in the CCP (Minghui)[/caption] A rally was held in Flushing, NY in April to commemorate the peaceful demonstration of Falun gong practitioners in Beijing on April 25, 1999. The rally also congratulated 200 million Chinese who chose to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). This movement, also known as Tuidang, started in 2004 when the Epoch Times newspaper first published the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party. Charles Lee, spokesperson for the Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, said the Tuidang movement is accelerating. “When the Nine Commentaries was first published, the number of people quitting the party every day was relatively small. Later, it gained speed and became about 50,000 per day. Now it is more than 100,000 per day.” The chairwoman of the center, Yi Rong, considered this moment a process of spiritual awareness and spiritual awakening. “More and more people begin to realize the nature of the CCP and Marxism. By relating history and their personal experience to what is described in the Nine Commentaries, Chinese people came to understand the severity of the harm communism has brought to humankind. That’s why they embrace their conscience and choose to cut ties with the Party.” She specifically thanked Falun Gong practitioners, along with other volunteers inside China and overseas, for their hard work.

A Path Towards the Future

Yu Chunguang, a high school teacher who came to from mainland China: “Quitting the CCP is the most benevolent way to dissolve the most vicious regime,” Yu said. “We have to take a stance on this issue, because, between good and evil, there is no middle ground.” Chunguang  also said he had been brainwashed by theories of communism as early as four years old. After joining the CCP in college and later beginning to work as a teacher, he continued to pass the brainwashing to his students. “Especially after reading the Nine Commentaries, I have a deeper understanding of Chinese communism and the harm it has brought to the society. I was really ashamed of what I have done in the past.” Finally, his entire family decided to quit the Party on November 19, 2014, the tenth anniversary of the Nine Commentaries being published. Lu Dong, a democracy activist said that many people and groups have been persecuted by the CCP in the past. “But none of them had the courage and determination to say no to the Party. We now know that only by disintegrating the Communist Party can China advance toward prosperity and renaissance.” Lu Dong, a democracy activist suggested that those who have yet quit the Party are either apathetic to the atrocities committed by the Party or afraid of the regime. “But neither one will do you any good. As long as you are still affiliated with the Party, when the regime is doomed, you will sink with it.” Zhai Wendao, a spectator and graduate of the renowned Tsinghua University, said, “I support freedom of belief and admire Falun Gong’s perseverance. Both you and I know that China will be better without communism.”]]>

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