Lori Harel | Tuidang Center
In a Beijing park in China, Mrs. Ying sat next to a serious mannered man and they struck up a conversation. Turns out he was a retired army general and her talk about the corruption in the CCP could easily have her arrested.
Mrs. Ying often traveled to different locations in Beijing with the hope of striking up a conversation with strangers. In her bag she carried pamphlets describing what Falun Gong was truly like. Falun Gong has been outlawed in China since 1999 and she would be arrested, jailed, and tortured for carrying materials related to Falun Gong. She could even lose her life.
It was a scary gamble but she was not afraid.
“When I was young I fought for the people. We once fought for freedom for the people of China, “ said the general. He then told her that he was very much aware of the CCP corruption being so severe that even if he once believed and followed them, he now hated them.
“The CCP used our lives to fight for freedom but they stole all the money for themselves,” he said.
“Why don’t you quit the CCP since your eyes are wide open and you saw the CCP’s abusive nature,” she said.
“I will quit,” he said.
Mrs. Ying was ready to write his information and submit it to the “Epoch Times’ website, where anyone could resign from the CCP and its affiliated organizations.
She wrote down his statement of withdrawal from the CCP and, for his protection, gave him a pseudo name that translated as “forever health”.