Global Tuidang Center

GLOBAL SERVICE CENTER

for QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY

Helping People Understand the Nature of the Communist Party

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Tuidang Volunteer from China  |  Minghui.org

Poster printed with “The heaven eliminates the Chinese Communist Party. Quit the CCP for safety” on a wall in Jilin Province, (Minghui.org)
Poster printed with “The heaven eliminates the Chinese Communist Party. Quit the CCP for safety” on a wall in Jilin Province, (Minghui.org)

When I talked to people about the persecution of Falun Gong, I found lots of them couldn’t differentiate the concept of “party” and “country”. They had the misconception that resisting the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong was the same as going against our great country of China.

Once I helped them understand that the CCP does not equate to China, they, however, became much more receptive. Many quit the CCP and its subordinate organizations and showed their support for Falun Gong and Tuidang, the Global Center for quitting the Chinese Communist Party.

Starting a Conversation

I greet people before I start talking to them. Then I say “People these days don’t value virtue and will do everything for money. Human beings are just waiting for the calamity, but there is a way to avoid it—Quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations.”

I tell them: “After the Communists came to China, our 5,000-year history and traditional culture were all overturned. We believe in Buddha and Heaven, and believe that doing good will get rewards and doing bad will meet with punishment. However, the party taught us to fight with heaven, earth, and people.”

Then, I talk about the importance of taking a moral stance: “The CCP has destroyed our civilization and culture. People’s moral values are deteriorating. Corrupt officials are everywhere. Only quitting the party and its affiliated organizations can save your life.”

Most of the time, people quit the CCP after this.

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