Global Tuidang Center

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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Secretary of Political Affairs Committee Quits the CCP

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minghui.org [caption id="attachment_3345" align="alignleft" width="300"]Criminal-Justice-china “doing their job” doesn’t free them from accountability – (online.shorter.edu)[/caption] Tuidang (Quit CCP) volunteers in China use all kinds of means at their disposal to urge Chinese people to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations. One of the methods of reaching out to people is to send multimedia mobile phone messages. One volunteer reported that a person called him back responding to his message about the recent Chinese Communist Party policy requiring judges, police officers, and prosecutors to be held responsible “for their lifetime” for how cases are handled. The message is intended to remind people that, “doing their job” doesn’t free them from accountability. Initially the person who called back didn’t sound friendly, but after being told that the volunteer did everything at his own expense and risked his safety to tell him the facts, his attitude improved somewhat, and he was told his phone number came from a list of those involved in the persecution. He was reminded by the volunteer that since ancient times, Chinese people believed that, “good is rewarded, evil is punished.” The volunteer explained to the caller that, if a person belongs to the Communist Party, he or she will be implicated along with it, so quitting the Party and its affiliated organizations is a very good idea. The caller interrupted and said that he was responsible for handling Falun Dafa related cases. The volunteer told him that did not matter, that he still had choice: to be kind or evil. He told him justice will ultimately prevail. The person then asked how to quit the Party. After it was explained, the person said that he would do it and thanked the volunteer. The volunteer later checked online and realized that the person he spoke to was the secretary of the municipal Political and Legal Affairs Committee (PLAC). The PLAC is responsible for political and legal affairs. In practice the organization oversees all legal enforcement authorities, including the police force, making it a very powerful organ in the Chinese repression system.]]>

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