Global Tuidang Center

GLOBAL SERVICE CENTER

for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Helping people to Recognize Membership helps them to Withdraw

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Calling all members [caption id="attachment_5046" align="alignleft" width="300"]iphone_ndtv Calling to China (NTD TV)[/caption] When Tuidang volunteers call China and speak with Chinese citizens about withdrawing from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and the affiliated organizations, not everyone believes that they are really members. Many do not consider the Youth League and Young Pioneers as part of the CCP because the loyalty oaths were taken when they were very young and not with complete understanding. Most Chinese citizens join the Young Pioneers between the ages of 7 and 12 because they are sworn in as elementary school students. Others join the Youth League, while in high school. One gentleman who answered the phone didn’t say anything when he was told about withdrawing from the CCP. He did not believe he was a CCP member to begin with. After detailed inquiries, it was discovered that he had indeed joined a youth organization – the Young Pioneers. The Tuidang volunteer said, “When you join a CCP youth organization, it’s like joining the CCP itself! You must wear the CCP’s red scarf, make a fist towards the blood red flag of the CCP, and pledge your life to the CCP. You were imprinted with the stamp of the CCP. If you don’t announce your withdrawal, this stamp and your solemn pledge will remain.” The volunteer continued, “I will help you withdraw from the CCP using the alias, ‘Victorious Hero,’ and eliminate the poisonous pledge that you made in your youth. Only by making a clear demarcation between the CCP and yourself, will you be guaranteed a safe and sound future.” The gentleman expressed his heartfelt thanks to the Tuidang volunteer. His younger brother used the alias, “Handsome Atlas” and his father, “Bountiful Harvest” to withdraw from the CCP and its affiliated youth organizations.]]>

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