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A Police Director quits the Communist Party

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Chinese Public Security Police officers in Beijing, China (Beijing Patrol - Wikimedia) Chinese Public Security Police officers in Beijing, China (Beijing Patrol – Wikimedia)[/caption] Once, while working in my store in Tianjin a gentleman walked in. I offered him some coffee. While preparing the coffee I talked about the chaos in today’s Chinese society. He just listened and didn’t say a word. I asked him if he had heard that quitting the Communist Party (CCP) could give blessings. I asked him if he had joined the CCP or any of its affiliated organizations. He said, “It’s none of your business. You just do your business well and make plenty money to enjoy your own life.” And then he left. A while later he came for coffee again. I asked him, “What do you think about the things I spoke about last time?” He said he would think about what I said. His answer puzzled me because it was unlikely that a person neither accepted nor rejected it when I spoke about withdrawing from the CCP. Most people were scared to talk about the CCP, let alone talking against it! The third time he came I talked for a while and yet he still didn’t say anything. But then he asked me, “Do you know who I am?” I said, “Even if you are the director of the police department, I’ll still talk to you about quitting the CCP because I want to help you save your life.” He silently took out his work badge and showed it to me. He really was the director of a police department! He said, “You were brave enough to talk to me about quitting the CCP several times.” I said, “I am sincerely speaking from the heart and for your own good! I only wish for you to have a wonderful future.” I told him that if he would to quit the CCP he was detaching himself from the CCP’s unavoidable punishment for its crimes against the Chinese people. As police personnel, especially of high rank, he was supposed to protect the Chinese people. He said, “Your pure heart touched me. I admire you from the bottom of my heart.” “So, don’t you think it’s time for you to quit the party?” I asked. And he did. Since then we became good friends. He often visits me and we enjoy discussions over a cup of coffee.]]>

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