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Tuidang Center Condemns the Pro-CCP Gangsters Who Attacked an End CCP Volunteer in Australia

Ms. Dong, an END CCP volunteer in Canberra - (Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP)
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The violent incident that took place in Australia’s capital, Canberra, on Oct. 4, was by no means an ordinary criminal act.

The incident involved a Chinese volunteer who was promoting an End CCP (End the Chinese Communist Party) petition in downtown Canberra when she was attacked by two men who vandalized her vehicle, violently assaulted her, and attempted to rob her of her phone after she filmed the vandalism. Canberra police are in search of the two suspects, as well as another woman believed to be linked to the two men.

The attackers were evidently prepared with tools intended to carry out the vandalism, and they appeared professionally trained in their actions, including physical assault. The incident took place around the same time as another attack in front of the Chinese Embassy in Canberra, where a banner protesting the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong was destroyed by pro-CCP elements.

This is a violent crime and a hate crime. Pro-CCP elements are openly destroying freedom of speech and belief in a democratic and free society outside of China under broad daylight.

This attack provokes and violates Australia’s democratic freedoms and legal system.

We call on the Australian police and judicial departments to pay attention to the matter and conduct a thorough investigation, including investigating the background of the perpetrators and the instigators behind the incident and bringing them to justice. We call on the Australian government to impose sanctions on their immigration or visa status accordingly.

This incident has fully exposed the CCP’s fear of having the public know the truth about its crimes. The incident also demonstrates the violent and hooligan nature of the CCP and its supporters, which remains unchanged no matter where it is.

The Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP has been calling on Chinese people to quit the CCP cult, see through the CCP’s lies, and refuse to cooperate with the tyrants, so as to not be buried with it.

In particular, Chinese living in free societies overseas should learn more about the history and crimes of the CCP, and not be accomplices to the evil.

Heaven will destroy the CCP. It is unstoppable, and it is what people want. More than 400 million people have signaled this wish in quitting the CCP and its affiliated organizations, becoming part of a Quit the CCP (Tuidang) movement that began 18 years ago. Tuidang, the Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, has been recording the number of withdrawals since the start of the movement.

The End CCP petition was separately launched in June 2020. Since then, 2.86 million people around the world have signed on, calling to end the CCP. The CCP has committed great evil and brought disaster to China and its people, as well as to the world. It is now facing a dead end. More people around the world will recognize it and condemn it. They will join the Chinese people who have denounced and quit the CCP, or other non-Chinese who have signed the End CCP initiative, to disintegrate the CCP together as a human race.

Ms. Dong after being attacked by CCP Gangsters has her
leg and arms injured (Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP)

Details of the Incident in Australia

Ms. Dong and her family often volunteer to spread the End CCP initiative. On Oct. 4, she parked her car in an open parking lot near the Australian Parliament Building and the Australian National University in Canberra.

Upon returning to her vehicle after volunteering at an End CCP initiative that day, around 4 p.m., she saw two Chinese men using cans to spray black paint over a display board that sat atop her vehicle. The display board reads: “CCP ≠ China, End the Evil CCP.”

Ms. Dong used her mobile phone to record the incident for evidence while asking the two men what they were doing. At the same time, she saw a young woman nearby who was also using a mobile phone to record the incident.

One of the men began to run away, while the other man went behind Ms. Dong and snatched her mobile phone before taking off. In response, Ms. Dong, believing that the young woman who was standing nearby was connected with the men, approached the young woman and grabbed onto her jacket, and then her handbag, to prevent her from running away.

The man who took Ms. Dong’s mobile phone then returned to help the woman escape. He threw Ms. Dong’s phone onto the ground and then proceeded to violently assault her—he grabbed her neck with his elbow, lifted her up with his legs, and threw her to the ground.

“The movements (of this man) are quite agile and professional,” Ms. Dong said in describing the attack, which made her fall “on my back, and slammed very hard.” She said she felt as if she fainted. 

The man didn’t stop. He proceeded to beat and kick her. The young woman also kicked her.

A passerby, an Australian woman, saw the incident and shouted “stop,” after which the two men and young woman fled in a grey vehicle.

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Ms. Dong’s leg was injured and she needed to use crutches and a cane. Her arm was also bruised, in multiple areas. The screen of her mobile phone was also shattered.

After the incident, the Australian Capital Territory Police (ACT Police) released the images of the three perpetrators, taken from the video Ms. Dong captured. People can report them to Crime Stoppers and remain anonymous.

Help end Communism world wide. Sign the End CCP Petition at endccp.com.

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