Global Tuidang Center

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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Hong-kong: a Peaceful Resistance

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The banner reads: “Quit the Communist Party.”    (minghui.com) The banner reads: “Quit the Communist Party.” (minghui.com)[/caption] Parades in Hong Kong on July 18-19, 2015 brought attention to the persecution of Falun Gong in China as well as to the recent flood of lawsuits against Jiang Zemin, the former communist party leader who launched the persecution of Falun Gong on July 20, 1999. Falun Gong is an ancient practice of body and mind, containing meditation, based on the three principles: Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance. It is practiced freely all over the world except China. The parade’s processions had six sections among which were: “Support the lawsuits against Jiang”, “Promote the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party” and “Disintegrate the communist party”

Spectators expressed their support

A 70-year-old gentleman followed the entire parade. He told a volunteer: “The communist party has tried to manipulate some local organizations to interfere with Falun Gong. Actually, their behavior helps people recognize how corrupt the party is, and their interference is sure to backfire”. Many Chinese tourists were touched and shocked by the parade. Mr. Wang and his friends from China never saw Falun Gong practitioners in public.  Mr. Wang kept asking: “Is this parade really allowed here?” When he observed that the Hong Kong police led and protected the parade, Mr. Wang was excited: “It is real! This would be impossible in China.” Ms. Peng, also from Mainland China, took a lot of pictures and videos of the parade. “I’ve never seen a Falun Gong parade before. It is really magnificent. I will show the videos to my friends in China.” “It’s great that people in Hong Kong have freedom. The government does not interfere with people’s beliefs. I envy them,” Ms. Peng further said. Mr. Chen was happy to see the banners about the lawsuits against Jiang Zemin. “He is totally corrupt, and brought many disasters to China when he was in power. He also suppressed people’s freedoms.” During the parade, Tuidang volunteers offered Chinese tourist an opportunity to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) thus separating them from its evil doing. Many Chinese tourists were happy to grab the opportunity and quit the CCP on the spot.]]>

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