A Tuidang volunteer | Minghui.org
My husband is the manager of a mid-sized company. Although he is not a Falun Gong, he often gives to his friends a software to circumvent China’s Internet censorship, and has persuaded several people to submit a Tuidang statement, withdrawal from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
The company held a year-end dinner in 2015 at a luxury hotel. My husband went on stage and urged close to 100 attendees to renounce the CCP and its affiliated organizations.
As the manager of the company, he usually gives a 30-minute speech, but his assistants had shortened his speech to 20 minutes. To protect him, they even advised him to avoid talking about Falun Dafa like in the previous year.
“Times flies and another year has gone by,” he said. “We have heard of many disasters since I spoke last. It began with the deadly Shanghai stampede on New Year’s Eve, and continued with the Tianjin explosions this year. I talked about the goodness of Falun Dafa during my last speech. This year I would like to emphasize the importance of quitting the CCP. I believe that by renouncing the CCP. If I do not tell you this, I do not deserve to be the manager of this company.”
He then continued to talk about company business. The audience listened quietly. Even the hotel waiters told each other to listen to his speech.
The party atmosphere was festive and it ended on a good note. Those who had already quit the CCP left, while those who had not were in deep thought.
My husband encourages crowds of people to renounce the CCP. “This is my mission!” he said.