The Mayor of Trenton city in New Jersey is one of the politicians throughout the U.S. who advance to express their support for the Tuidang Movement.
Following his proclamation:
WHEREAS, the movement to quit the Chinese Communist Party is called “Tuidang” in Chinese. It refers to the personal act of Chinese people renouncing their membership in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations due to the acts of hate perpetrated by these groups which are considered a crime in the U.S.
WHEREAS, the editorial series “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party” published by the Chinese-language newspaper Epoch Times in November 2004, has been empowering people around the world with an awareness of the deceptive nature and the extremist historical behaviors of the communist party, and in particular that of the CCP.
WHEREAS, the Global Service Center for Quitting Chinese Communist Party, based in New York, has been coordinating the global Tuidang movement.
WHEREAS, Tuidang Movement began in December 2004, and the number of people who have renounced the CCP has reached a grand milestone—400 million in August 2022. People participated in this movement are from all walks of life.
WHEREAS, the Tuidang Movement is the largest grassroots movement in the history of human civilization and aims to bring public awareness through a peaceful transformation.
WHEREAS there is a growing awareness of the CCP’s eminent threat to the world, the international community has realized the importance of stopping the tyranny of communist China and ending the CCP’s global threat.
WHEREAS, the Tuidang Movement has brought to the international community a renewed vision of a world without communism through a peaceful movement; now
Therefore, be it
PROCLAIMED, I, W. Reed Gusciora, Mayor of the City of Trenton, New Jersey hereby commend all the brave participants of the Tuidang Movement and extend moral support for the Tuidang movement, and be it further
PROCLAIMED, that a copy of this Proclamation be prepared in honor of the Tuidang Movement.