Global Tuidang Center

GLOBAL SERVICE CENTER

for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Unique opportunities for Chinese businessman in Australia

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Bring Jian Zemin to Justice, during a parade in downtown Sydney  (minghui) Bring Jian Zemin to Justice, during a parade in downtown Sydney (minghui)[/caption] Chinese business owners travel to Australia because it offers them unique investments opportunities. Tuidang centers in Australia offer them a unique opportunity to quit the Chinese communist party (CCP). “Foreign media has a more truthful coverage of China’s affairs” An owner of a large Chinese private business who traveled to Australia befriended a Tuidang volunteer and when they met on one of the businessman’s trips to Australia they talked about the current situation in China. “I’ve traveled to more than ten countries in the world. I know the foreign media has a more truthful coverage of China’s affairs,” said the businessman. They were discussing the Chinese Communist Party’s corruption and its lead role in causing Chinese society’s moral decay. The businessman felt that moral standards in China have been deteriorating quickly due to the CCP’s wrongful conduct and that it has brought severe consequences for Chinese society. But he was not sure about quitting the CCP because he was hopeful that the new Communist leaders would change the CCP. The Tuidang volunteer told him that quitting the CCP was not a political choice but a moral one. “It’s for your own safety,” he said to the businessman, “The CCP has committed so much evil, including killing Falun Gong practitioners for their organs. It won’t be forgiven simply because the CCP’s new leaders may do a few things right. Quitting the Communist Party will nullify the vow you made to devote your life to it. It will keep you safe when the CCP will be held accountable for its crimes,” “I quit.” Said the businessman. Bringing to China ‘quit the CCP’ pamphlets to educate party members A manager of an enterprise in China walked in the ‘Quit the Party Service Center’ in Perth, Australia and said to a Tuidang volunteer, “I came here last time and brought home a lot of your printed materials. My workers loved them, passed them around, and took turns reading them. I’d like to get some more.” She said she had more than ten Party members in her work team and needed to take back some materials to educate them about the CCP’s heinous crimes and the opportunity available to them to quit the CCP. She, herself, quit the Party and left with copies of every ‘Quit the party’ pamphlet the center had.]]>

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