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Quitting the CCP at a Parade in Prague

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A Tuidang volunteer in the Czech Republic  |  Minghui

Passersby listen to the facts about the persecution of Falun Gong (minghui)

Falun Gong practitioners and Tuidamg volunteers in the Czech Republic and nearby countries held a rally and parade in Prague on September 2, 2017.

Czech Television 24 (ČT24) broadcast the parade live, on a program titled, “A Parade Against Human Rights Abuses.”

The procession started off from Wenceslas Square (Vaclavske Namesti) and followed a route covering the busiest and most tourist-frequented streets.

The practitioners wanted to raise the awareness of the illegal organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners in China and were asking people to support them, and help ends the persecution as well as the illicit organ trade in China.

The report also mentioned that the parade included practitioners dancing as well as demonstrating the Falun Gong exercises. Many locals and tourists watched and took videos of the event.

The report introduced Falun Gong as having slow and energetic exercises, with central values of Truthfulness, Compassion, and Forbearance.  However, its members have been persecuted in China since 1999.

Many people learned how the practice was welcomed around the world, yet its practitioners were brutally persecuted in China.

One volunteer explained to a Chinese tourist that many westerners love traditional Chinese culture and chose to practice Falun Gong, which was why many westerners were in the parade and band. The practice is welcomed in most countries around the world.

Much Chinese who understood why the persecution was wrong immediately quit the Chinese Communist Party and its affiliates to sever ties with the crimes committed by the Party. Some who quit the CCP thanked the volunteers for helping them make the right choice and do the right thing.

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