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Former Brainwashing Agent Quits the CCP


A Tuidang Volunteer in China  |

Global Tuidang center for quitting the Chinese Communist Party (clearwisdom)

I am a Falun Dafa practitioner and a Tuidang center’s volunteer living in China. During the persecution of Falun Dafa, I was arrested and sent to a brainwashing center.

After I was released, I met the person who had worked on me in a brainwashing center because I practice Falun Dafa. I didn’t have a chance to speak to him because he was in a hurry.

A year later, I saw him sitting on a curb and greeted him. He told me, “The CCP is so corrupt. Our city’s Party leader was arrested. His replacement was also arrested in less than a year. No one in the Party is any good.”

“The CCP is like a meat grinder,” I said. “Many people who end up in it join involuntarily.”

“You’re absolutely right,” he replied. He had not known about the crimes committed by the CCP until Falun Gong practitioners had telephoned and told him.

I asked him, “Do you know that the self-immolation at Tiananmen Square blamed on Falun Gong was staged to frame Falun Gong?”

“Not really,” he answered. I told him how the authorities contrived the event and broadcast footage of it on television continuously to stir up hatred and gain public approval for the Party’s campaign against Falun Gong.

I explained how the Party brought on the untimely deaths of over 80 million Chinese people since it took power.

“I haven’t been clear about what was happening, but I believe what you say. I don’t want to go along with the Party and do bad things anymore,” he said.

When I suggested that he quit the Chinese Communist Party and its affiliates to distance himself from its wrongdoings, he agreed right away.

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