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A California Picnic reveals truth about the CCP

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Minghui.org [caption id="attachment_3315" align="alignleft" width="300"]Picnic day in UCDavis University of California (picnicday.ucdavis.edu) Picnic day in UCDavis University of California (picnicday.ucdavis.edu)[/caption] At the yearly Davis University of Sacramento, California, a Falun Gong tent attracted many with shocking information of inhumane persecution taking place in China today. “I have no hope in any communist regime, said a Vietnamese man.  He was referring to North Korea, Vietnam, and China. “I’d be happy to see these communist tyrannies disappear from this world.” A Chinese student working on his Master’s degree in film and theater asked questions about Falun Gong.  He was curious to learn more about the practice and eager to know whom Falun Gong practitioners truly were. Pro-communist organizations had previously said that Falun Gong practitioners were paid to participate in such events. When he heard that the practitioners at the event were all volunteers at the Tuidang center for quitting CCP who provided their own food and transportation he was impressed.  The pro-communist organizations, he said, always provided food and a minimum of $35 for each student in order to lure them to participate in pro-communist events. A senior at the university talked about a dream she had to teach English in China and how she has given up on that dream because corruption, pollution, and lawlessness in China appalled her. She was horrified when she recently learned about forced organ harvesting from living prisoners of conscience, mainly from Falun Gong practitioners in China. She then gave up on her dream completely. A Tuidang volunteer assured her that in the future; a China without communism would welcome her to realize her dream.]]>

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