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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

A soldier witness to the Tiananmen Massacre quits the party

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tianamen-tankman Refused to carry out the military’s orders during Tiananmen massacre (minghui.org)[/caption] A father and a son were shopping in my store. They bargained for a lower price, which I accepted. While wrapping their purchase I started talking to them about the 1989 June 4the Tiananmen Square Massacre. The father asked, “Do you know who I am?” He told me he knew the uncensored truth about the massacre because he was there when the massacre took place at Tiananmen Square. He was a soldier at the time and he refused to carry out the military’s orders. He could not betray his conscience and shoot-to-kill innocent students. Because he didn’t want to betray his conscience and carry out the military’s orders, his immediate commander dismissed him from the army. He had lost his livelihood and his respectful uniformed position within the Chinese community but he had no regrets. “You did very well”, I said. “By following your conscience and doing the right thing, you have gained blessings for yourself and for your family.” I just had one more thing to ask him. Did he quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)? Since the military had carried out the unlawful CCP’s orders why would he not quit the CCP? I then suggested he should follow his conscience again, disengage himself from the real offender, and quit the CCP altogether. “If you quit the CCP now you’ll be blessed even more. “Then I quit it.” He replied. His son was joyful and thanked me profusely. He told me that even though his father followed his conscience instead of his orders back in 1989 he remained a military man at heart and did not want to quit the CCP out of respect to the military and some loyalty to the oath he took when he had joined the military. “ Until you talked to him”, said the son. “Thank you.]]>

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