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A Young & Just Postal Clerk Quits Chinese Communist Party


China post office ( I went to the local post office to mail my lawsuit against Jiang   Zemin on July 6, 2015. A young female clerk was the only person working there at the time. When I handed her the form and the lawsuit, she read through it. She then asked why I had not gone to the Appeals Office in Beijing. Technically, any Chinese person can appeal at the appeals office in Beijing; however, if your appeal was against members of the communist party it would be ignored, your appeal would vanish, and your life would be in danger. A recent change in regulations requires that Chinese courts provide a written explanation should they decide to reject a lawsuit. Filing it through the post office provides a further record of your lawsuit, in case it goes missing or unanswered. The young clerk said that the post office should deliver the express mail, as it is a citizen’s basic right. She did not know whether the court would accept the mail, but she said they would notify us if it was returned. She added, “We deliver a variety of mail at this post office, including those addressed to Xi Jinping.” She had a sense of justice, so I gave her a disk containing anti-censorship software. I told her to follow the instructions on the disk, and she would be able to read uncensored news from around the world. She accepted the disk and thanked me.

Two times a charm

A Falun Gong practitioner friend was about to go to the same post office to mail her lawsuit against Jiang Zemin, I asked her to encourage the young clerk to quit the Chinese Communist Party. She told me she had spoken to that clerk before, but the girl did not want to quit. I told her not to give up on this female clerk and try again. A few days later, when I ran into her, she said that, during her last visit to the post office, the young clerk indeed did quit the Party.


In 1999, Jiang Zemin, as head of the Chinese Communist Party, overrode other Politburo standing committee members and launched the violent suppression of Falun Gong. The persecution has led to the deaths of many Falun Gong practitioners over the past 16 years. More have been tortured for their belief and even killed for their organs. Falun Gong practitioners have filed many appeals against the persecution at the Beijing appeals office since 1999 but their appeals have been ignored. Instead many Falun Gong practitioners have been persecuted to death as a result of their appeal.  This new change in regulations should hopefully, allow Falun Gong practitioners to legally challenge the persecution.]]>

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