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Help Chinese to Quit the Chinese Communist Party During the Pandemic

The Wuhan Main Hospital of the Guangzhou Military District. (Vladimir Menkov - Wikimedia)
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A volunteer from Indonesian | Minghui

 The year 2020 was an extraordinary year, and more importantly, it was a year of awakening. We now clearly seen that the specter of Communism is indeed ruling our world. Chinese Communist Party (CCP) elements are in full display in a very profound way. I’d like to share some of my experience calling to China during this past year.

With the CCP virus outbreak, my family and I thought perhaps this was the beginning of the mass elimination—but there are still so many people including our relatives who have not yet understood the truth. We felt our responsibility was significant.

In my phone calls to the doctors in Wuhan hospitals, I could feel their helplessness, panic, and pressure. Falun Dafa practitioners’ phone calls gave them a lot of support, encouragement, and comfort, and helped them understand the truth. Some doctors said, “I didn’t expect that you Falun Dafa practitioners would care about us and call us during such a difficult time. Thank you!”

After helping to make phone calls to Shandong Province, I shared my experiences with the group. After the meeting, several practitioners left messages asking me for the talking points I had used in my phone calls. I was very happy to help. 

While participating in calling Beijing, a gentleman agreed to quit the CCP, his son the Young Pioneers, and his wife the three major CCP organizations. We became friends. During every subsequent phone call, he said cordially, “Whenever you come back to China, I will take you out for dinner.

The fact that people can understand the truth is the best encouragement for us to keep calling.

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