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for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Determination makes credibility

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Lori Harel | Tuidang Center [caption id="attachment_5495" align="alignleft" width="300"]Determination is the key to help people quit the CCP (Minghui) Determination is the key to help people quit the CCP (Minghui)[/caption] In her early 30s but looking younger, the Chinese tourists often ignore Miss Li who volunteers at a Tuidang tourist site near the United Nations in Manhattan. Though her youthful appearance may imply less credibility, Miss Li still urges them to listen to her. One day a man in his 50s would not take a pamphlet from her hands. The pamphlet was providing information about the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) harvesting and selling of organs from live Falun Gong practitioners. “He completely ignored me”, she said. He walked away but she followed him, hand extended, holding the pamphlet. “Please take this pamphlet, it has truthful information about the persecution of Falun Gong you will not be able to hear about in China.” He kept walking away but she kept walking next to him, telling him her story. She told him that Falun Gong has benefited her whole family physically and mentally. She shared that her father was a diabetic before he practiced Falun Gong and since becoming a practitioner he was no longer diabetic, and how the relationships within her family improved; how they treated each other with more patience and respect since learning and living according to the principles of the practice. “Unlike what you must have heard in China- Falun Gong is good!” she said. He stopped and looked at her. “What are you doing here? Shouldn’t you be in school?” he asked. “I’m older then you think.” she said. “What you are doing is disloyal to China!” he said. “You are mixing the CCP with China. The true China is not communist.” she said. She told him she had a full-time job in China but she has lost it because the CCP threatened her employer and they fired her. Suffering such hardships is common for Falun Gong practitioners in China since the CCP’s decision to persecute the practice in 1999. Many have lost their livelihood and source of income, having to wander around seeking employment or having to flee the country all together. The police came to search their home and harassed them several times. Her mother also lost her job because the CCP scared her employer. The family had to leave China and seek asylum in the U.S. “Do you now understand why I am here, doing what I am doing? He looked at her and nodded. “It is a privilege for me to be here and an opportunity for you to learn the truth.” she said. Finally the man stood quietly and listened to Li. He no longer dismissed her because of her young appearance. Miss Li continued, “The CCP is a bad influence on China. It is disloyal to its own people. Falun Gong practitioners are Chinese citizens. They are people like you who want their freedom to believe in the divine. Is that a crime? The CCP want to control what everyone believes. The CCP is currently controlling China- but not for long. You have a chance to quit the CCP today and separate yourself from this disloyal entity.” “Help me quit the CCP,” he said.]]>

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