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Letting People Know about Quitting CCP Over the Phone

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A Tuidang volunteer from Northeastern China  |  Minghui

Office Building of Harbin Municipal Procuratorate (Caliva-wikimedia)

Many Falun Dafa practitioners and Tuidang volunteers in our area have joined the project that makes phone calls to people to let them know the facts about Falun Dafa. Only a few practitioners were calling people that work in the judiciary, so I decided to assist in this effort.

When someone refused to listen or called me names, I remained calm and just listened and said, “My friend, you have finished your speech and you called me names. Let me say something too.”

Most people would take it well, and some were a bit embarrassed. I said that I was sorry to bother them, but the phone call was very important. Then they would listen to the message about quitting the CCP. Some quit, while some did not. I recommended that they read the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.

I once called a domestic security police officer, and we talked for about five minutes. He quit the CCP and said: “You should keep making phone calls. Don’t give up. There are still many people waiting to hear from you.”

Talking to a Head of the Procuratorate

Another time, a person remained silent after I had finished talking. So, I kept on talking about what Falun Dafa is, how it has spread all around the world, how the CCP was established, and how they have persecuted millions of people. I explained why Jiang Zemin, the former head of the CCP persecuted Falun Dafa, why he was found guilty by the international courts, and that people are filing criminal complaints against him to the Supreme People’s Court and the Supreme People’s Procuratorate.

In the end, he told me that he worked for the Procuratorate.

“Hundred of million people have quit the CCP. Many people in the judicial branch have quit, and also protect practitioners as much as they can. Many practitioners have been released by the Procuratorate staff in different cities and provinces. One such case happened to be in a city in your province.”

“I know,” he said.

“Don’t become a scapegoat for Jiang’s regime. All high officials in the government are drawing lines between them and Jiang Zemin. Now, all officials are being held responsible for anything they do while in a given position. It doesn’t matter if one retires or switches jobs.”

He knew what I mentioned and decided to quit the CCP. He also told me that he was a leader in the Procuratorate, and would be retiring in five years.

I suggested that he make good use of the five years to protect practitioners. It would be a great deed. I told him to get his relatives and friends to quit the CCP as well.

He told me not to worry, and that he knew what to do.

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