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Ms. Xie calls China

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Minghui phone-minghuiIt has been a year since Ms. Xie from Vancouver started calling people in Mainland China. Her calls are no ordinary calls to family or friends. She calls random Chinese people urging them to disengage from the Chinese Communist party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations. She urges them to “San Tui”; (San= three, Tui= quit), which translates to “The Three Withdraws’, which relates to the CCP, the communist youth league, or the youth pioneers. She does it because she believes the CCP’s days are numbered. She knows that when the CCP will collapse and have to pay for its crimes; it will drag down anyone connected to it. She is trying to help fellow Chinese move away from a definite dark destiny and step into a brighter future. During her calls thru the year she had numerous dialogs and experienced a range of reactions; some were friendly, some hostile. The hostile reactions stemmed from years of living under a communist regime; pressured to obey, brainwashed with lies, and controlled by fear. What she has found most rewarding is that many of the people who initially had a hostile attitude towards her have changed; now, having learned the truth -they chose to quit the CCP organizations.

A threat to kill ends with an agreement

Ms. Xie once dialed a number and a middle-aged man answered the phone. “As soon as I mentioned the three withdrawals he started to verbally abuse me, saying that he would shoot me dead.” Ms. Xie tried calling him again and again. For the next five times they spoke over the phone he was still hostile. She began questioning if she should continue calling him. “If I gave up on him, he might not have another chance to learn the truth.” She said. So she called him again for the sixth time. “I told him I was calling him for his own sake and urged him to listen to what I was saying. Then I began to tell him about the corruption of the CCP officials, the root cause of the injustice in our (Chinese) society, and the wide spread of Falun Gong around the world. He became less and less angry as he listened, and in the end he said he understood and quit the CCP organizations.”

Initially abusive later asks for friendship

A young man began to verbally abuse Ms. Xie as soon as she started telling him about the three withdrawals. Ms. Xie calmly told him about the persecution of Falun Gong and about her own suffering. Six months after Ms. Xie started practicing Falun Gong, the CCP began persecuting Falun Gong practitioners. Ms. Xie was arrested six times for appealing for Falun Gong in Beijing and doing the practice exercises in parks. She was severely persecuted to near death, weighing less than 40 kilos. Now, having escaped China to live in Canada, she was free to practice her belief there. She further exposed the evil conduct of the CCP and told him that heaven would punish it. The young man changed his attitude completely and happily quit the Young Pioneers. He thanked Ms. Xie and asked, “Big sister, can you call me often? I like listening to you talk. It makes me feel very comfortable.” Ms. Xie calls him to say hello during the holidays.  ]]>

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