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How Global CCP Resignation Statistics Are Calculated(3)

Posted by Author on August 5, 2006

NTDTV– (cont’d )

How Are Withdrawal Statements Collected?no ccp 4

Dr. Gao Dawei, chairman of the Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, addressed this issue in a statement: “There are a few major routes for three withdrawals: one is via internet. The name can be entered into the list of withdrawals at the Quitting the CCP website after breaking through China’s Internet blockade. The second route is via fax. After the statement is written or printed, it is fax to service center for Quitting the CCP. The third route is via email. The statement can be sent out via email after breaking through the Internet blockade. Another route is via phone. Our service center has several hotlines. On top of this, many volunteers all over the world are directly contacting people in China.”

The volunteers at Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP answer the phone with, “Hello, Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party.” Once the caller gives his or her name and the name of the organization he or she wishes to withdraw from, it will be done right then. Sometimes the callers are calling for someone else or specifically request that their name and statement be published in The Epoch Times newspaper.

In addition, some people renounce their membership in groups. The groups range from a few people to hundreds of people. In one city a few days ago, 140 people renounced their party memberships. Most people in rural areas use their real names, but those from the cities usually use aliases. There are also people who send their renouncements abroad. They give their statements to family members traveling abroad who then give them to the Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP. To get around the Chinese government’s obstruction of service centers within China, some people post their statements in public places such as on street posts or government bulletin boards. The newest and most popular method is to write the renouncements on paper currency. Some people even carve their messages right into the coins. (to be cont’d…)

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