Dan C | Based on Minghui story
I live in Ningxia Autonomous Region, China.
One day I took my mother to the suburbs to check out a new housing development. We got lost, so I turned into a gas station to get directions. I asked the man there, who was about 50 years old, for assistance. After chatting with him for a bit he said, “How about I take you there myself. I’m not busy.” He got in the car with us.
While I was driving the conversation continued and he explained why his business was slow. He told me he was the owner of the gas station. He said that when he had built it there was a law, which made it clear that no other gas station could be built nearby. He spent a lot of money to build his gas station with that law in mind. But just a few years went by and an oil company wanted to buy him out. He did not want to sell so they built a gas station right across the street. He said they were now getting all the business.
I told him I could understand his grievances with the authorities because the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was not to be trusted. They were supposed to protect him according to their law but did not.
I told him that the CCP never did anything good for people, and that now many have realized they did not want to be connected to the CCP any longer. Over 200 million people have quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations.
He then told me he wanted his whole family to quit the party.