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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

210 Million Chinese People Have Renounced the Chinese Communist Party 

210 Million Chinese People Have Renounced the Chinese Communist Party 
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Tuidang Center china-no-communist-party In late 2004 the Chinese language version of the Epoch Times published a serial called the Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party. It provided Chinese people with a history and analysis of the violence and deceptive nature of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) that had been largely unknown. It spread like a wildfire. People took copies of it to China and gave it to their family and friends. Some people distributed it by fax. Others published in inside China and distributed it. After the publication of the Nine Commentaries, the EpochTimes began to receive declarations of withdrawal from the CCP. This began the Tuidang movement. Tuidang is the act of quitting the CCP,or one of its affiliated organizations, the Communist Youth League or the Young Pioneers. After reading the Nine Commentaries, Chinese people wanted to renounce Communism. More specifically, they wanted to renounce the oath they gave to the Communist Party, and thus through a simple statement of withdrawal, separate themselves from the Chinese Communist Party. As such, Tuidang is not a movement, in the sense that movements tend to be political in nature. Rather it is a movement in the sense that over the past ten and a half years, 210 million people have decided to consciously and actively renounce the oath or oaths they have given to the CCP. The focus is not on removing Communism and establishing something in its place; it is on saving the Chinese people. The focus is on helping Chinese people learn the true history of the CCP, not the history of the CCP that they have been taught by the CCP. The focus is on offering Chinese people a choice, when they live in a society that offers no choices socially or politically; they can at least choose to say they reject the CCP and all that it stands for. Below is a poem that we received from a supporter. It is thoughtful reflection on what Tuidang is, and we thought it most suitable to publish it on the occasion of 210 million people quitting the CCP. Quitting the Chinese Communist Party: A Shakespearean Sonnet By Evan Mantyk To be a communist party member Or not to be, the question looms o’er me: Is it nobler to accept and suffer Its oppression and never be free, Or t’ take a quiet stand and not submit; To beat war drums, raise the sharp pen of truth And sign my good name, declaring “I quit, This regime is inhuman and uncouth.” But what do I fear, and what holds me back? To lose my job, lose face, or lose my life: Is all I hold dear what it can attack? Is not something in me safe from its knife? Inside, my spirit cannot be held down; I sign and wear some invisible crown.]]>

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