Once, when I didn’t finish my class homework on time, a female teacher gathered a few boys and wanted them to pull off my pants in front of the class. I cried loudly and held my pants tightly. At last, they could not do it but I felt deeply insulted.
At home, while crying, I told mom what had happened in school and asked not to go to school for a while. My grandma also heard my story. Mom and grandma went to talk to that teacher.
“We learned about the incident from our child. We just want to kindly point out that we do not believe you handled it well”, they told the teacher.
There was no need to humiliate the child in front of his class for not finishing his schoolwork, they told her. They said they understood why she handled it that way; because of being educated and influenced by the CCP. CCP culture promoted disrespect and distrust between people.
“We know that a better way to educate children is to treat them with respect, kindness, and understanding.”
The teacher apologized to mom and grandma. They then told her about the “Three Withdrawals”, which meant quitting any one of the three CCP’s organizations. They talked some more about the evil party culture and about the persecution of Falun Gong. She shook her head, agreed with what we said, and quit the communist Youth League on the spot. From then on, she changed her ways and has been kind to the school children.
Later, the school asked her to join the CCP and she refused. However, the school insisted on her joining the CCP and she had to oblige against her will. One time, she told the whole class, “After you attend middle school, you will be faced with joining the communist Youth League, and worse off, joining the CCP.”
I quietly asked the teacher later, “Teacher, did you join the CCP?” She said, “I have quit it by writing my proclamation on paper money. Only you, your mom, and I know this.”
We looked at each other and smiled. Being free from the CCP felt good and right.