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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Bus full of Chinese communist party Officials Quit the Party

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Minghui.org [caption id="attachment_3364" align="alignleft" width="300"]Chinese Tourist rwading banners put by  Tuidang volunteers in Paris (minghui) Chinese Tourist rwading banners put by Tuidang volunteers in Paris (minghui)[/caption] At a tourist site in Europe a busload of Chinese tourists approached a Tuidang outreach booth and identified themselves as bureau-level and higher-level Party officials. They each picked up a copy of the independent Chinese newspaper Epoch Times and began to read it. An article on the front page caught their attention. It was about the Party’s internal struggle between Hu Jintao and Xi Jinping versus Jiang Zemin and Zhou Yongkang. Jiang Zemin, the former head of the CCP who initiated the persecution of the peaceful practice of Falun Gong in 1999, wanted his protégés to succeed him so that the persecution would continue and he would not be held accountable for it. Jiang feared being brought to justice for his crimes against humanity, specifically for outlawing 100,000,000 peaceful Falun Gong practitioners thereby exposing thousands to inhumane torture and death in detention centers, prisons, labor camps, and psychiatric institutions. Even more so, he feared being brought to justice for systematically killing Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners of conscience for their organs. “You are all seasoned CCP officials and know the Party better than I do,” the Tuidang volunteer said. “Over 200 million Chinese have quit the Party. The CCP is disintegrating… Is there any possibility that it won’t collapse?” The officials nodded in agreement. The entire group, less one, accepted aliases offered by the Tuidang volunteers and quit the CCP on the spot. Three high-level officials, one a ministry-level Party official, also quit then and there.]]>

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