Global Tuidang Center

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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Meeting of two minds

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tuidang-logo Lisa, a Tuidang volunteer from Germany has been making calls to China since 2013. Her calls are meant to reach out to random Chinese citizens and encourage them to quit the Chinese communist party (CCP) and/or its affiliated organizations. On one of Lisa’s calls, a young man answered the phone. When he realized he was talking to a Tuidang volunteer, he excitedly asked her to help him withdraw from one of the CCP’s youth organizations. He also had many questions about the various inhumane ways by which the CCP has conducted the persecution of Falun Gong. When he found out about the transplanting of organs from Falun Gong practitioners who were still alive, it was a hard for him to digest. “How is that even possible?” he yelled. Lisa and the young man then had a meeting of the minds. She told him, “It’s only in China where Falun Gong practitioners are ruthlessly persecuted and killed for their organs which are sold for quick and huge profits. The international community calls this an unprecedented crime”. He said, “The CCP teaches people to fight the heavens and the earth, you fight with me and I’ll fight with you. The CCP leads the nation utilizing evil tactics and the Chinese people’s morality has degenerated. This has led to such heinous crimes such as transplanting organs from living people.” A thankful mind Most Chinese citizens are members of the Young Pioneers because they are required to join as elementary school students. During a school day they are gathered and instructed to raise their fists and vow to be loyal to the Young Pioneers.  Everyone is issued a red scarf and are required to wear it everyday. The only way they would not join the Young Pioneers is if they were absent from school that day. Others join the Youth League in high school or the CCP itself because it is expected and yields better chances for them in college. Rare are those Chinese citizens who are not members. Non-members may still understand Tuidang’s mission to assist people to completely sever any affiliation to the CCP. When talking to Tuidang volunteers over the phone they learn about the CCP’s most recent crimes against their fellow Chinese citizens. Later that day on another call, Lisa spoke to an older gentleman who told her he had never joined the CCP but that he was, never the less, grateful she was calling to talk about quitting the CCP. “What you are doing is great! Please continue.” He said.]]>

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