A Tuidang volunteer in China | Minghui
A lot of hard work goes into preparing Tuidang volunteers to participate on the phone calling team that makes calls in China to let people know about Falun Dafa, the persecution, and quitting the CCP.
I called a young man on my first day with the team. We talked for almost an hour, and he asked me a lot of questions. I kept asking him if he would like to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) after explaining how badly the Party has treated us, but he did not want to quit.
I finally ran out of patience and hung up. I knew it wasn’t the proper thing to do and regret my impatience. Later on, I called him back. Without much ado, the young man gave me a pseudonym to use to quit the Party.
There are different ways to let people know about the CCP. Sometimes I need to go into more detail and other times less so.
When I spoke to one man, I felt that I should talk more about quitting the CCP and its affiliated organizations. I said, “When you quit the Party, there is no official procedure to follow, but you might wonder why you should quit.”
I told him about the harm the CCP has done to the Chinese people, the millions murdered, the loss of the country’s culture, and the corruption that permeates society.
I told him that much Chinese, including high-ranking Party officials, who travel abroad quit the Party while they are there. Some use their real names, while others use a pseudonym. Then I talked about Falun Dafa and the persecution.
He did not say anything, nor did he hang up. I went into greater detail about the torture and murder of innocent Falun Dafa practitioners.
I told him that he had taken an oath to devote his life to communism. Which means that, when the communist regime falls, those who are still members of the Party will have to bear responsibility for its sins. Shortly after I hung up, he called me back and quit the CCP.