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100 Million Chinese Cut Ties With the Communist Party

Posted by Author on August 7, 2011


(Epochtimes) A peaceful movement that encourages renunciations from the Chinese Communist Party now counts 100 million Chinese—that is one in every 13 Chinese people—as its participants. The show of mass defiance is unsettling to the largest political party in the world.

“Having 100 million Chinese people withdraw from the Chinese Communist Party is an occasion to celebrate and a historic milestone in Chinese history,” Yi Rong, chairwoman of the New York-based Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, said at a press conference. Read the rest of this entry »

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10 Forbidden Stories of 2009 in China (5)

Posted by Author on January 12, 2010


Epoch Times Staff, updated: Jan 7, 2010 – (cont’d)

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Quit the CCP movement in China

2009 marks the fifth anniversary of the publication of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party by The Epoch Times. The editorial series has inspired a global movement to renounce membership from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Despite the CCP’s efforts to block Chinese people from accessing the booklet and to give harsh sentences to those who distribute it, slogans for quitting the CCP can be seen everywhere in China, including on paper currency. Once taboo, now more and more Chinese people have secretly or openly renounced the CCP. As of Dec. 20, 2009, more than 65 million Chinese had renounced the Party and its affiliated organizations.

In an embarrassing incident for authorities, the Jinzhou Evening News, a state-run daily, inadvertently gave the movement excellent publicity. In the corner of an image on its front page celebrating 60 years of communist rule, scrawled in small but visible characters on a bike rack, were eight characters saying “Heaven condemns the Communist Party; denounce it and be blessed.” When authorities found out what happened the paper was taken out of circulation and the Web site temporarily shut down……. (to be cont’d)

Original report from The Epochtimes

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In Five Years, One Book Changes China

Posted by Author on November 25, 2009


By Dane Crocker, Epoch Times Staff, Nov 25, 2009 –

It is widely known that the ruling powers in China do not tolerate dissent; the most well known example of this may be the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.

What is less well known by the West are movements of popular dissent within China today, particularly those that have been spurred by the book, Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.

Five years ago, in November 2004, the Nine Commentaries was published. The book is an exposition of the history of the CCP, its rise to power, and its rule for the past 60 years. The commentaries also discusses the ideology of the CCP within the context of Chinese culture and detail, in shocking fashion, the crimes committed by the CCP against the Chinese people.

These crimes are enormous. It is commonly stated that in it’s six decades of rule; the CCP has killed more people than Nazi Party in Germany and the Soviets in Russia combined.

The book has spread widely in Chinese communities, both inside and outside of Mainland China.

Although many books criticizing the Chinese regime have been published, none have had the overarching effect on Chinese people that the Commentaries have. Indeed many Chinese journalists and scholars say this book is having a transformative effect on Chinese society.

Mr. Wu Baozhang is a journalist who spent 27 years working at China’s state run Xinhua news agency. He has also recently served as a director in the Chinese department at Radio France International.

He told The Epoch Times, “For these past five years, I have kept the Nine Commentaries at my bed side and read it again and again. In its words, I vaguely see a blueprint of a democratic free China.”

Though the book does not specifically put forth suggestions for an alternate system to the current one, it asserts the current system is failing and is dragging the people down with it.

In the Commentaries, the authors write, “The CCP has been moving towards its complete doom. Sadly, it is still trying to tie its fate to the Chinese nation before its demise.”

The Commentaries describe that one of the most damaging results of the CCP’s rule came from the all pervasive propaganda, in the arts, media and education, which effectively established a “Party culture” for the Chinese people, forcing them to think within the Party’s own logic.

It says that the Chinese people, “need to help themselves; they need to reflect, and they need to shake off the CCP.”

Wu talked about evidence that ordinary Chinese are beginning to do that……. (more details from The Epochtimes)

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Chinese writer Zhang Lin publicly declared his withdrawal from the Communist Organization

Posted by Author on August 22, 2009


By Xin Fei, Epoch Times Staff, Aug 21, 2009-

Well-known Chinese writer Zhang Lin publicly declared his withdrawal from the Communist Youth League (CYL) August 20 during an interview with the Chinese Epoch Times (Dajiyuan).

Zhang Lin, a democracy activist from eastern China’s Anhui Province, had been serving a five-year sentence for an article he published on the internet in 2005. He was released from prison August 12 for health reasons.

During his time in prison, Zhang was unaware of the current campaign of quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations. During the interview of August 20, he publicly quit the CYL.

Mr. Zhang said he was greatly moved and inspired when he read the withdrawal statement of Mr. Li Hongzhi, the founder of Falun Dafa. Mr. Li’s statement of withdrawal from the CYL had been published in the Chinese Epoch Times. Zhang gave the reporter his own statement as follows.

“My mother’s parents were landlords, and she was thus bullied [by the CCP], so I’ve opposed the Communist Party since I was little. I didn’t join the Red Guards or the Communist Young Pioneers.

“However, when I studied at Qinghua University, all of my classmates were members of the CYL or the CCP. I bowed to peer pressure and joined the CYL with an unclear mind. But I haven’t joined any of their activities; neither did I pay dues after a few months.

“I have been out of the CYL for many years, and I’ve bitterly hated the CCP. Even so, having been a member of the CYL and having taken the serious [membership] oath remains a stain on my life and troubles my conscience deeply. Therefore, I solemnly and publicly declare my withdrawal from the CYL and hereby draw a clear and distinct line between myself and all organizations and institutions of the evil CCP.

“I’m not only completely breaking off from the CCP, but will also fight against this devil to the end. Between the righteous and the evil, I will never hesitate to choose justice—no matter how great the price I must pay.”

Zhang said he believes that “only through a declaration of withdrawal from the CCP can one be saved, truly expel the evil spirit, and stand on the side [that is] blessed by God. If we believe in and choose justice and conscience, God will save us,” he continued.

“We must believe in God and trust ourselves to God. There will be a good future.” said Zhang……. (more details)

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Review: China in 2008– the CCP started to lose its stranglehold (3)

Posted by Author on January 1, 2009


The Diplomat, Australia, 24-Dec-2008 –

Government insider turned dissident writer Jennifer Zeng asks whether 2008 will be remembered as the year the CCP started to lose its stranglehold over China

(cont’d)

Millions of Internet users renounce the (Communist) Party

While governments of Western countries, including Australia, still fail to appreciate how fragile the communist regime really is, more and more people in China are awakening from their previous delusions about the Party.

On the Internet, more than 44 million people have already publicly renounced the CCP and its related organisations, while many so-called ‘naked’ officials are busy transferring their money – and sending their wives and children – overseas in anticipation of having to leave the country in a hurry one day.

Official figures show that at least 4000 suspected corrupt officials have already fled China, taking with them more than five billion yuan ($1.1 billion), but it’s not only low-ranking officials who are leaving the country.

In 2005, Chen Yonglin, consul for political affairs in the Chinese consulate in Sydney, defected. This year two high-profile Party cadres, Xin Weiming, Deputy Head of Luwan District of Shanghai, and Yang Xianghong, Party Member Secretary of the Lucheng District of Wenzhou City, did likewise. They both disappeared while visiting France in October.

Many people, including a large proportion inside the CCP, no longer doubt that the Party boat is sinking. The question is, of course, how many more people must suffer prior to its ultimate demise? (End)

* Jennifer Zeng’s biography, Witnessing History – One Woman’s Fight for Freedom and Falun Gong, is published by Allen & Unwin.

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(part 2) Member of European Parliament Discusses Sensitive Issues With China Rights Lawyer in Shanghai

Posted by Author on December 1, 2008


By Li Zhen, Epoch Times Staff, Nov 28, 2008 (cont’d)

Mrs. Helga Truepel has her photograph taken with Shanghai petitioners at lawyer Zheng Enchong’s home. (The Epoch Times)

Mrs. Helga Truepel has her photograph taken with Shanghai petitioners at lawyer Zheng Enchong’s home. (The Epoch Times)

Member of the European Parliament Helga Truepel met with renowned Chinese human rights lawyer Zheng Enchong at his place of residence in Shanghai on November 25.

The CCP Should be Held Responsible for the Tibet Issue

When Truepel told Zheng that the European Parliament was in support of the Dalai Lama, Zheng gave his committed stance on the issue.

“I am a lawyer, said Zheng. “I know that in 1954 the CCP and the Dalai Lama reached seventeen agreements. Who tore up the agreements first? It was Mao Zedong, former CCP leader. According to the agreements, the social system in Tibet was to remain the same. The Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) marched into Tibet only for defense. But after 1959, the CCP forced Tibet to change its social structures, which caused the Dalai to flee from his hometown. It is the CCP that broke the agreements.”

Truepel remarked that she was surprised at Zheng’s open attitude on the Tibet issue. Zheng said that many people hold similar viewpoints in China, but there are no channels available for them to express their opinions.

Falun Gong Broke Through China’s ‘Berlin Wall’

When Zheng was asked how he was still able to know current news, he explained that although the CCP has completely suppressed freedom of information, Falun Gong practitioners had developed software to break through the blockade, enabling Chinese people to look at overseas news.

“The Berlin Wall in China collapsed. Falun Gong did it.  They have provided us this special software, gifts from the Gods,” said Zheng.

Confirming the Quitting the CCP Movement

Zheng told Truepel about his story. Although he used to follow the CCP, he recently made a declaration of withdrawal from the Communist Young Pioneers and the Communist Youth League.

During the meeting Zheng opened his window and showed Truepel a wilderness of slum areas. “Five million migrant workers in Shanghai cannot afford to live in a ground level house, so they have to stay in these rickety chambers. It is the situation of China`s human rights. I hope you also visit Anhui, Sichuan and Henan Provinces for more information about human rights for China’s peasants.”

The 58-year old Zheng has advised more than 500 families displaced by Shanghai`s urban redevelopment project on their rights to fair compensation. In 2003, he was able to successfully initiate a public trial against Shanghai real-estate tycoon Zhou Zhengyi.

That same year, Zheng was sentenced to three years in prison under a trumped up charge of “betraying state secrets.” Since his release in 2006, he has been kept under house arrest and intense surveillance by the police.

Part 1 Part2

– The Epochtimes: Member of European Parliament Meets Chinese Human Rights Lawyer Zheng Enchong

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A fulcrum to move the dark empire of Communist China– The Nine Commentaries

Posted by Author on November 24, 2008


Spiritual awakening engulfs China, 45,000,000 Chinese people have quit the CCP’s organizations

Editorial, The Epoch Times,  Nov 20, 2008 –

In November of 2004, The Epoch Times published a series of articles titled The Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party (The Nine Commentaries), sparking a spiritual awakening in today’s China.

Humanity’s Greatest Fear Has Always Been The Fear Of Fear Itself

The Nine Commentaries has impacted people on many profound spiritual levels, and has revealed to the Chinese people the truly evil nature of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). As a result, more and more Chinese people have quit the CCP, its Communist Youth League, and its Young Pioneers Team. The psychological burden caused by the evil party has been lifted from people’s shoulders. The number of withdrawal declarations registered on The Epoch Times website has surpassed 45 million.

As a matter of fact, people today publicly condemn the CCP, criticize corrupt party officials and even gather in front of government office compounds shouting slogans such as “Down with the Communist Party.” Such activities have never occurred previously under the CCP’s dictatorship.

People’s minds are changing like an avalanche. This can be seen from the comments of Internet users after the Weng’an incident in Guizhou, police-killing incident by Yang Jia, Sanlu milk powder incident, and the child molestation by Lin Jiaxing. The spiritual awakening of the Chinese people has its historical and practical reasons, however, the impact of The Nine Commentaries cannot be ignored.

The Nine Commentaries have exposed the brutal dictatorship under which the Chinese people were forced to live since the CCP came to power in 1949. The facts quoted in the commentaries tell the story of the real life experiences of suffering and torture of the Chinese people under the CCP. The simple language and logic of these articles have incredible strength. Today, the continued evil activities of the CCP only corroborate the critiques of the commentaries and the lies of the party.

The Nine Commentaries Has Become a Spirit Awakening Movement in Which Tens of Millions of Chinese Participate

Since the publication of The Nine Commentaries in November 2004, 45 million Chinese have renounced their membership in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations on the Tuidang (“Resigning the Party”) website. The Nine Commentaries has flooded China in a short period of time, forming a massive wave of people quitting the CCP.

“Having been deceived by the CCP over the years, I became a member of this evil party. I am fortunate that I have been awakened by The Nine Commentaries and realized that the CCP is the most inhumane power in the history of mankind. It retains its hold on power by using violence to create fear in people. It plunders the wealth of others and controls the minds of its people. I am almost 50 years old. I’ve gone through almost all of the disastrous events since the CCP came to power in 1949. Every fact cited in The Nine Commentaries is true. I regret that I ever joined the party. I now solemnly declare that I quit the CCP.”

The above is a message left by Xian Zheng on the Tuidang website on April 14, 2005. Around thirty to forty thousand similar statements are posted on the website everyday. This event has become an unchangeable tide of history even though the CCP has put tight controls on the Internet and made every effort to suppress the volunteers who work at the Quit CCP Center.

Chinese people, from big city dwellers to the villagers, from the masses of workers, farmers, intellectuals to high-level CCP officials, from state-owned companies leaders to the heads of the 610 organizations (an organization formed to persecute Falun Gong practitioners), have renounced the CCP after they learn about its true evil nature by reading The Nine Commentaries. The book is being discussed and passed on voluntarily by millions of Chinese people. The story of The Nine Commentaries can be found written on the RMB (Chinese currency), utility poles and walls, covering all over the vast land of China.

The Nine Commentaries are not just nine editorials anymore. They have become a spiritual awakening movement in which tens of millions of Chinese voluntarily participate. It not only set off the wave of quitting the CCP, but also illuminated the sky of darkness under which the CCP had forced the Chinese people to live. The fear tactics carefully orchestrated by the CCP for years are gradually diminishing.

Chinese people voiced their discontent on blogs when the uprising took place in Wongan County of Guizhou Province this June. They wrote: “Expel the CCP, Revive traditional China.” “Believe ourselves and rebuild our new Great Wall. Drive the Communist Party back to Siberia, Russia.” “Love the people, not the party.” “Down with fascism. Freedom belongs to the people.” These simple words foretell the complete abandonment of the CCP and the gradual awakening from the CCP’s ideological lies. We are witnessing the beginning of a new era!

‘Give Me A Lever Long Enough And A Fulcrum On Which To Place It And I Shall Move The World

The famous words of the ancient Greek scientist Archimedes apply perfectly for the current situation in China. The Nine Commentaries are becoming the spiritual fulcrum of the Chinese people. They are moving a dark empire based on the violence and lies of communism. They are hoping for a brand new world with brightness, sincerity and tolerance.

This is why we are paying tribute to The Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party on its fourth anniversary of publication.

The Epoch Times Editorial Board

Original report: A Tribute To The Fourth Anniversary Of The Nine Commentaries on the Communist  Party

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China: 45 Million Chinese People Quit the Communist Party Organizations

Posted by Author on November 23, 2008


Till today, more than 45,800,393 Chinese people have announced on the Quit CCP Website that quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations.

Here’s a snapshot of the numbers showing on the Quit CCP Website :

More than 45 million Chinese people quit the Communist Party

Snapshot: More than 45 million Chinese people quit the Communist Party

It says:

– 45,800,393 Chinese people quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations since Dec. 3, 2004.

1,004,093 people already quit in this month.

– 51,951 people quit yesterday

The massive wave of Chinese people quitting the CCP was triggered by the publication of a series editorial articles — The Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party (The Nine Commentaries) — by the overseas Chinese language newspaper The Epochtimes, in November 2004.

People are quitting at a speed of 50,000  to 60,000 per day in recent months, according to the Quit CCP Website .

Reason for quit

At their statements posted on the Quit CCP Website, many people stated that they became realize the true nature of the Chinese Communist Party, which is never changed- violence and lying- and the crimes the CCP did in the past and in the current make no reason for people to stay further inside the organization- conscience makes people keep distance with the CCP.

CCP’s crimes and abuses mentioned in the statements including but not limited:

– killed 80 million Chinese people in less than 60 years

– Tiananmen massacre of student, Beijing, 1989

– Torture and killing of Falun Gong members, from 1999, ongoing

– Organ harvesting from live prisoners, ongoing

– persecution of Christian, ongoing

– no freedom of speech, ongoing

– no democracy, ongoing

– cheating of Chinese people, ongoing

– corruption, ongoing

– etc.

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China Monitors Skype to Suppress the ‘Quit the Chinese Communist Party’ Movement

Posted by Author on October 11, 2008


From Citizen Lab’s special report Breaching Trust, it’s easy to find out a fact that the reason of China’s concern of Skype messages is because of its concern of the big wave of “quit the CCP” movement, which is known by many Chinese but ignored or self-censored by western medias.

Let’s have a look at some of the paragraphs in the report:

“Many of the politically sensitive messages logged by TOM-Skype make reference to the The Epoch Times and Falun Gong linked campaign that encourages Chinese citizens to quit the Chinese Com-munist Party (CCP).

“In 2005 the “Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP” was set up to encourage Chinese citizens to quit the CCP. This campaign uses “[t]elephone, mobile phone text messages, chat-ting online” to contact Chinese citizens and provide them with information that is critical of the CCP and highlights the persecution of the Falun Gong.

“This campaign has made extensive use of Skype including Skype “public chats” and SkypeCast.

” While the campaign uses Skype extensively, they also warn users of the filtering capabilities of the Chinese version distributed by TOM-Skype. However, many users contacted by members of the cam-paign are using TOM-Skype, resulting in numerous logged text chat messages on TOM-Skype servers in China.

“In fact, they are quite open about exactly who they are and what they are doing. Thus it is
trivial to identify users associated with the campaign.

“我是全球退党服务中心的义工
(I am a global service centre for volunteers to quit the party [machine translation])

” Without further testing we are unable to conclusively determine that the objective is surveillance rather than filtering. However, we do know that regardless of the process the full messages are being logged and could be used for surveillance. Moreover, many of these messages contain words that are too common for extensive logging, suggesting that there may be criteria, such as usernames or who one has chatted with, or particular public chats, that determine how fine-grain the logging should be.”

According to the  “Quit the CCP” website (in Chinese), there are more than 43 million Chinese people announced publically to quit from the Chinese Communisty party and its affiliated organizations.

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42 Million Chinese Quit the Communist Party and Its Affiliated Origanizations

Posted by Author on August 24, 2008


42 million people have withdrew from the CHinese Communist Party and its affiliated organizations till today,  the statistics show on the Quit the CCP Statement Website (in Chinese).

42 million people have withdrew from the CCP and its affiliated organizations as shown on the Quit the CCP website

42 million people have withdrew from the CCP and its affiliated organizations as shown on the Quit the CCP website

Related:
China: 25 Million Chinese Quit the Communist Party, 24th August 2007
Statistics and Q/A: 20 Million Chinese Quit the Chinese Communist Party, April 3rd, 2007

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Rally in Washington D.C. Supports ending Communism in China

Posted by Author on July 22, 2008


By Gary Feuerberg, Epoch Times Washington, D.C. ,  Jul 20, 2008-

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is in a weakened state, and a new China—free and democratic—will soon emerge, according to the themes of the rally at the Washington Monument late in the morning on a very hot Friday afternoon, July 18.

The large rally marks the passing of 40 million people who have quit the CCP or its affiliations. The speakers came from the many organizations that have formed in opposition to the suppression of freedom in China and its neighboring countries, North Korea, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.

One of the banners said, “Support forty million people resigning from the Chinese Communist Party.”

Dr. Dawei Gao, co-founder and president of the Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) asserted that the natural disasters China is undergoing, referring to the earthquake in Sichuan, is an indication from heaven that the CCP is crumbling.

About 2000 people, many of whom were Falun Gong practitioners from around the world, attended. Afterwards, at noon, they marched to Farragut Square, led by a 200 member band in blue and white uniforms, while a rousing drum contingent in yellow and red ancient costume brought up the rear.

One banner said, “Stop CCP’s Tyranny / End CCP’s Nine Year Persecution of Falun Gong.”

An evening candle-light vigil for those killed by the regime and for those still held in labor camps and prisons capped off the day.

Perhaps the most dramatic moment came when Jun Wang, who is chairman of the China Democracy party World Union, announced that he had brought today the names—real names, not aliases—of 60 Chinese who had denounced the CCP. He was flanked by many of his supporters who each held their political party’s flag, modeled after the U.S. flag, with red and white stripes, and a blue section in the upper left corner with many stars surrounding one big star.

Also, very moving was the singing of Courtney Dove, whose song she composed, Tuidang, Set Them Free, is based on the Chinese word, Tuidang, for “withdraw.” One line from the song is, “too many people misled,” referring to the wholesale propaganda the CCP engages in by its control of the media.

Dr. Clive Ansley, a Canadian Human Rights attorney, who is the North American Chairman of the Coalition to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong in China, cannot understand why the Western media does not report on the persecution of Falun Gong, especially after the publication of Bloody Harvest by two Canadian attorneys, which gives “impeccable evidence” of the involuntary removal of vital organs of living Falun Gong practitioners.

A “direct” genocide is going on now, said Ansley, with perhaps 100,000 Falun Gong practitioners killed on the operating table.

“The authors David Matas—the leading human rights attorney in Canada—and David Kilgour, former Secretary of State for Far Eastern affairs—are unimpeachable sources,” Dr. Ansley said. “It is not coming from the National Enquirer or Fox News.”

President Bush’s plan to attend the opening ceremony was also criticized. “He missed a one-time opportunity,” said Mr. Karma Zurkhang, former chairman of Tibetan-American Association. He said that the best estimates are that about 1,000 Tibetans were killed during the March 14, 2008 protests and around 5,000 are being held in custody.

With China’s ascendency in world affairs and becoming an economic powerhouse and host of the 2008 Olympic Games, one might conclude that the rulers of China are secure in their position. But the speakers at this rally said the Olympics is just a show, like the Nazi’s 1936 Berlin Olympics, and the party structure is crumbling as the Chinese people learn about the history of the Party through the publication of the Nine Commentaries.

Another theme at the rally is that now we can imagine China without the CCP. This idea is a new one for most Chinese. For example, in the forced-labor camps where hundreds of thousands of Chinese citizens are sentenced to labor without a trial, the CCP tries to indoctrinate their prisoners that China’s economic success in the world depends on the CCP, and that the two are inseparable. Even detainees learn to sing about this.

Media censorship from the regime is manifested most recently by pressuring the Eutelsat, a European satellite operator, which was conveying New Tang Dynasty TV (NTDTV) signals to mainland China. NTDTV is the only Chinese language station that provides uncensored news to mainland China. Allegedly due to pressure from the regime, on June 16, Eutelsat cut off the station in the hope of courting favor with China just weeks before the Chinese Olympics.

But the 40 million people resigning from the CCP or its affiliates would seem to indicate that Eutelsat is placing itself on the wrong side of history, said Shujia Gong, a columnist for the Chinese Epoch Times. “It’s a clear signal that the Chinese people are repudiating the CCP.”

Referring to Eutelsat’s president and CEO, Guiliano Berretta, Mr. Gong said: “President Berretta is still trying his best to please the Chinese dictators by trading in Eutelsat principles of non-discrimination, equal access, and respect for media pluralism.”

Pointing out the elaborate precautions the Chinese communist officials are making in preparation for the Olympics, Mr. Gong says: “…you can hardly tell if it is for a Game or for a war! And clearly, these security measurements are not targeting the terrorists, but ordinary Chinese people! President Berretta, the CCP is on the brink of collapse!”…… (more details from The EpochtimesDC Rally Celebrates a New China)

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China: Number of People Resign the Communist Party Hits 40 Million

Posted by Author on July 13, 2008


The almost real-time updated number shows on the Quit CCP Statement website (in Chinese) that,  till

today,

40 Million Chinese people quit the Communist party till Jul. 12, 2008

more than 40 million (40,024,919) Chinese people have quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated Organizations.

40 million Chinese Quit the Communist Party till Jul 12, 2008 (2)

40 million Chinese Quit the Communist Party till Jul 12, 2008 (2)

For details of Quitting CCP wave happening in China, please check the other 2 posts:

China: 25 Million Chinese Quit the Communist Party, 24th August 2007
Statistics and Q/A: 20 Million Chinese Quit the Chinese Communist Party, April 3rd, 2007

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Chinese Hoodlums Harass “Quit the CCP Center” in Korea, One to be Repatriated

Posted by Author on June 28, 2008


By Wen Long & Quanyu, Epoch Times Korea Staff, Jun 24, 2008-

Three Chinese hoodlums attacked a 'Quit the CCP' service center. One service center volunteer snapped their pictures even while one of them grabbed her camera. (Photo by service center volunteer)

Following the CCP harassment in Flushing New York, a “Quit the Chinese Communist Party” Service Station” in Ansan-si, Gyeonggi-do, Korea was also harassed by three Chinese hoodlums on the afternoon of June 22.

The police arrived on site promptly and arrested all three troublemakers. Two of them were released shortly because they had not directly engaged in violent actions and apologized sincerely.

The third one, Li Danzhong, continued to harass the service station volunteer while in the police station, and was sent to the Department of Exit-Entry Administration in Inchon. Ansan police indicated that the violators would be repatriated to China shortly.

(Photo above: Three Chinese hoodlums attacked a “Quit the CCP” service center. One service center volunteer snapped their pictures even while one of them grabbed her camera. /Photo by service center volunteer)

“Quit the CCP” service stations are operated by volunteers, many of whom are Falun Gong practitioners. The centers help Chinese people understand the actual history of the CCP, and its record of human rights violations.

According to the Falun Gong volunteer, on that Sunday afternoon, two intoxicated Chinese walked by the station and pointed at the exhibition board and repeatedly shouted “This is false!” The shouting attracted a sizeable crowd.

A Chinese, later identified as Li Danzhong, rushed out from the crowed and shouted, “Even if you videotape me, I am not afraid!” Li knocked the camera out of one volunteer’s hand when Li saw the volunteer was about to take his picture. Li also repeatedly threatened, “You stay alive for me, I will remember you…!”

The local police arrived promptly and arrested the three violators, who attempted to flee when they saw police. After being arrested, two of the hoodlums sobered up and realized their situation, and apologized to the police with sincerity. The police ascertained that they had not engaged in severe violent or destructive behavior, and then released them, after recording their information and their infractions.

The police then brought Li Danzhong and the service center volunteer to the police station.

Li Danzhong continued his abusive behavior while in the police station. Even while sitting handcuffed to an iron ring in the station, Li continued to threaten the service center volunteer: “I will remember you. Wait till I am released—I will take care of you….”

According to the police, Li was certain to be repatriated to China shortly.

Li will be the second Chinese to be repatriated by Korea for harassing Falun Gong. The first one, Wang Hai, attacked Falun Gong practitioners in front of the Chinese Consulate two years ago. Wang hid inside the Consulate after the incidence, but was finally arrested by Korea Foreign Affairs police. He was repatriated to China after paying a fine.

An San City is the largest Chinese residential area in Korea. According to the “Quit the CCP” service center volunteer, there are five service centers in the city. Service center statistics indicate that more than 70 % of the city’s Chinese population has come to one of the service centers to announce their resignations form the CCP and its affiliated organizations.

– Epochtimes: Chinese Hoodlums Harass Rights Group in Korea

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Rally attacked, event staff beaten in New York for support Chinese quit Communist Party

Posted by Author on May 21, 2008


By Gong Ping, Epoch Times Staff, May 19, 2008-Hundreds of members of the Chinese community group shout slogans bad-mouthing the people manning the Quit CCP booth.

FLUSHING, New York—Participants in a rally urging Chinese to quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) were attacked and a 70-year-old retired engineer was beaten on Saturday afternoon on the streets of Flushing in New York City.

According to participants in the rally, the attack was not spontaneous. One of the attackers shouted in Chinese into his cell phone “Hurry! Bring more people over here. Each person will be paid 90 dollars.”

(Photo: Hundreds of members of the Chinese community group shout slogans bad-mouthing the people manning the Quit CCP booth. The disruption, organized by the Communist Party leaders, required police to barricade them. The disrupters later threw glass bottles at the people at the Quit CCP booth and attacked people, injuring them/Nick Rostrin/Epoch Times)

The rally took place on the street outside the main library in Flushing. It was organized by the Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party based in Flushing and called for support for the 36 million Chinese who have signed declarations quitting the CCP.

The attack on the rally seems to have been coordinated with Chinese-language media that are controlled or influenced by the CCP. These media outlets, such as CCTV, ordinarily do not cover rallies held to urge people to quit the CCP.

On Saturday, these media outlets were present in force. Immediately after the event ended, they published and broadcast stories whose themes were that the participants in this rally “do not care about the victims of the Sichuan earthquake” and “do not love China.”

Witnesses at the scene saw individuals providing drinks and Chinese flags to the crowd that gathered to oppose the rally for quitting the CCP. Other individuals worked to arrange the scene to provide CCTV with good opportunities for filming.

Part of a Pattern

The attack in Flushing is part of a pattern of counter-protests, sometimes violent, organized by the Chinese regime as the Olympics became a lightning rod for protests against it.

When the Olympic Torch Relay began encountering protests from Tibetans and others, the Chinese regime prepared large counter protests, sometimes bussing Chinese students hundreds of miles to take part in an attempt to disrupt the protests.

The Human Rights Torch Relay (HRTR) is holding rallies in 40 countries around the world devoted to the proposition that “The Olympics and crimes against humanity cannot coexist in China.”

These rallies have also often encountered organized efforts to disrupt them.

Ordered in Beijing

Zhou Yongkang is said by inside sources to be the individual behind the effort to organize Chinese protests meant to disrupt the rally in Flushing on Saturday, and other rallies held these past several months.

Zhou’s official position is head of the Central Political and Legislative Committee. He is known to be one of the principle figures behind the Chinese regime’s persecution of Falun Gong and has been sued in several countries for crimes against humanity and torture he is believed to have authorized in China.

Zhou is said to have used the regime’s espionage network, its influence over Chinese Student and Scholar Associations, local community organizations influenced by the CCP, and local thugs to disrupt events such as protests of the Olympic Torch Relay and the HRTR rallies.

The attack in Flushing, with the interpretation given it by regime-influenced Chinese-language media, appears to be an attempt to play on the strong feelings evoked by the disastrous earthquake in Sichuan in order to stigmatize opposition to the Chinese regime.

– Original report from The Epochtimes: Peaceful Rally Attacked in New York City’s Chinatown

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China: Former Reporter Joins The Wave of Quitting the Communist With 35 Million Chinese

Posted by Author on April 18, 2008


By Xin Fei, Epoch Times Staff, Apr 12, 2008-Li Yuanlong

According to data published on The Epoch Times’ Tuidang (Withdraw from the Party) Web site, since early 2005, more than 35 million people have quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the Communist Youth League (CYL), and the Communist Young Pioneers (CYP). Chinese people from all walks of life, from common citizens to high-ranking officials, have announced their “three withdrawals” in place at the provincial, municipal, and county or township level nationwide.

On April 10, Li Yuanlong, a former reporter of the Bijie Daily in Guizhou Province, used his real name to quit the CYL on the Tuidang Website.

(photo at right: Mr. Li Yuanlong/ the Epochtimes)

In an interview with The Epoch Times, he said that he denounced his membership from the CYL to seek freedom of conscience. He pointed out that the grand tide of resigning from the CCP has a noticeable influence on the minds and souls of the Chinese people who have declared the three withdrawals, in a sense of spiritual awakening and uplifting human nature. Meanwhile, the campaign has inspired more Chinese people to reflect inward and examine the facts.

Li’s withdrawal statement went as follows: “I am Li Yuanlong, male, Han nationality, born in Guizhou’s Bijie City in 1960. On August 27, 1980, I reluctantly joined the Communist Youth League. Since then, I’ve accrued a moral debt, living with a guilty conscience. As of this moment, I formally declare my resignation of the CYL.”

According to Li, many Party members in Bijie were ashamed to admit their Party membership, considering it a lack of self-respect to have joined the CCP in the first place.

“There’s nothing honorable! They are ashamed to confess it. Anyone with a little conscience left knows that it is a shame to join the Party, feeling too embarrassed to talk about it openly,” he said.

Withdrawal from the CCP and its affiliated organizations has displayed for many Chinese their nonviolent resistance and their determination not to be considered part of the CCP with all its wrongdoing. Above all, it shows their genuine insistence on truth and the firm belief in justice. On the other hand, as resignations of the CCP are being promoted inside and outside China, more and more Chinese people have awoken. This awakening has lead to a shrinking target population for the CCP.

Li continued, “The increasing number of resignations reveals that the CCP has been losing its supporters and is treated with contempt. When these resignations come from Party officials it strikes the CCP a more severe blow and has a greater awakening effect on people.”

As for the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party , Li said, “This Epoch Times editorial series directly, systematically, intensively expose the CCP’s evil nature and criminal behaviors and offer a deep historical insight. The content of the editorials was based on fact, dismantling the façade the CCP has built up for years to deceiving the public with propaganda.”

In recent years, the CCP has not only blocked media promoting the three withdrawals but also secretly intimidated any participants. In addition, the CCP has desperately demanded its Party members review its pledge of allegiance. Elderly have been persuaded to join the Party. Elementary school students, regardless of their ages, have been requested to join its affiliated organizations. Even whole classrooms are being enlisted as members of the CYL or the CYP. Limitations on joining the CCP, the CYL, and the CYP have been lifted.

Regarding the CCP’s desperate efforts to increase the number of its Party members, Li said matter-of-factly that the CCP has been aware of its crisis, fearing that more people would quit the CCP and its associates. He said, “Some of our staff once asked to quit the CCP. The newspaper administration was panicked by the request, fearing that spread of the news would have a negative influence on their official posts. This is typical of the CCP.”

Li concluded that deceit and threat won’t last very long. He believes that the CCP’s totalitarian regime will be dissolved in the near future.

Original report from The Epochtimes: Former Reporter Quits the Communist Youth League

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Modern China Life: Personal Experience of How Chinese People Quit the Communist Party (2)

Posted by Author on March 1, 2008


By Liu Mei, The Epoch Times, Feb 27, 2008-

My name is Liu Mei, a Falun Gong practitioner. I was born in the 70’s in Central China’s Henan Province and obtained a master’s degree from a reputable university in Beijing. I am now living abroad.

In the beginning of 2005, I saw the Epoch Times editorial series – Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party ( Nine Commentaries ), and learned about the mass withdrawal movement— Quitting the CCP, Communist Youth League, and Young Pioneers— that arose from the Nine Commentaries. The following are further experiences I have had in helping people understand the necessity to quit the CCP.

Head of a College Department and Her Husband Renounce the CCP and Its Related Organizations

At one time, the research director of the college where I had worked came to Beijing for an exhibition. When I was working at the college, this director was my immediate supervisor and she had always looked after me. She is now head of the department. We have not been in touch for years, so I planned to visit her at her hotel.

We were very happy to see each other again. We naturally talked about our lives during the interceding years. She told me her son, who was in high school back then, is now studying for his Master’s degree in England. Yet in comparison, I had started studying for a master degree at that time, but as of our visit I had not obtained my degree.

She said with a sigh that it has indeed been an eight year struggle. That is right, I was suspended from school because I practiced Falun Gong and subsequently I was put in prison. She told me that she had carefully kept the materials about the truth of Falun Gong that I sent her before I was imprisoned. She also mentioned that after me, she had taught other students who were practicing Falun Gong too.

I started to tell her about the Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party, when she said with emotion that it was indeed the truth because she had been through the days of the Cultural Revolution, and had experienced working on farms. She was only a teenager then. She even sat on the roof in the moon light singing revolutionary songs out loud.

She also told me about the “Three Years’ Famine,” she went through. She had been to Nanyang in Henan Province where she saw a small shop on the roadside and from a distance she saw a black cloth used to cover the basket of buns and wondered why. When she walked over to take a closer look she found out that it was actually a white piece of cloth with a thick layer of flies on it. She still had a creepy feeling every time she thought of it.

As it turned out, too many people died from hunger and the decomposed corpses polluted the drinking water. Because the water was filthy, no matter how they washed the clothes, the stench could be not removed, so it attracted many flies. She knew this was a man made calamity caused by the CCP.

I further told her that heaven will eliminate the CCP, one can save only oneself by quitting the CCP. I also told her about the “mark of the beast ” in the Bible, and “The Giant Stone in Guizhou Province with Hidden Chinese Characters” and ancient prophecies passed down from China and other countries. She held my hands tightly and said she knew I meant well, she wanted to quit the CCP, and also said her husband wanted to quit the CCP too. I told her one must personally agree to quit and she said her husband had wanted to quit a long time ago.

I asked if her son was a member of the CCP, she said no, because her son was a Christian since childhood, so he did not join the CCP and its affiliated organizations.

I was truly happy for her and her family. Although she has been taught to be an atheist all her life and was also a member of the CCP for several decades, she has not lost her belief in God and Buddha. It is indeed a blessing that this good family is able to formally depart from the evil CCP.

President of an Electronic Products Company Renounces the CCP and Its Related Organizations

A friend of my uncle Mr. Wang is the president of an electronics products company with branch offices overseas. Because I needed his help to go abroad, I met him at a coffee shop. Wang’s brothers and sisters all reside abroad because of the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989. He himself did not leave the country but under that kind of circumstances, he chose to be in business. However he sent his daughter to study abroad.

As I talked about my experience in practicing Falun Gong, Wang sighed with emotion and said that, the CCP is leading the Chinese people purely in the path of economic development, and numbed the souls and minds of the Chinese people. Therefore, young people are only concerned about pursuing material satisfactions. Young people practicing Falun Gong with ideals and dreams are very rare.

I told him Falun Gong teaches one to do good deeds; it is a form of cultivation and has no interest in politics. I asked him if he knew the truth of the staged “self-immolation” incident on Tiananmen Square, if he knew about the inhuman live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners.

He said he had read a little about them, because he often receives information about the persecution of Falun Gong from overseas on his company’s fax machine. Every time, he kept these materials in an appropriate place.

Mr Wang fully agrees with the Nine Commentaries on the CCP, so when I told him to quit the CCP as soon as possible, leave the evil organization, stay away with calamity, he agreed very quickly.

My Uncle, a Party Cadre Chooses to Quit

My uncle is a county level party cadre. I visited him during the Chinese New Year, and stayed in his home for two nights. After reading the Nine Commentaries he said that the Nine Commentaries does not expose the CCP thoroughly enough. The dictatorship, corruption, and evilness of the CCP are even worse than what is exposed by the Nine Commentaries.

My uncle said that he and his friends had already lost their faith in the CCP. They all believed that the CCP’s governance would end in ten years after the Tiananmen Massacre had just happened in 1989, but so many years (18 years) have passed. The CCP’s iron fisted control of the Chinese people is too tight and too brutal.

He believes that because the CCP controls the army, and its organization is very rigorous and complete, its control of Chinese people is very detailed, and it is very inhuman and has never hesitated to use extreme violence, so the current situation may still be maintained for some time.

Even though it is hardly a difficult thing to help my uncle quit the CCP, initially, he felt a little bit ashamed to let me, a younger generation, help him announce his withdrawal on the Epoch Times website, but soon he changed his mind. (to be cont’d……)

<< Modern China Life: Personal Experience of How Chinese People Quit the Communist Party (1)

– Original report from the Epochtimes: Falun Gong Practitioner Encourages People To Quit CCP (Part 1)

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Modern China Life: Personal Experience of How Chinese People Quit the Communist Party (1)

Posted by Author on March 1, 2008


By Liu Mei, The Epoch Times, Feb 23, 2008-

My name is Liu Mei, a Falun Gong practitioner. I was born in the 70’s in Central China’s Henan Province and obtained a master’s degree from a reputable university in Beijing. I am now living abroad.

In the beginning of 2005, I saw the Epoch Times editorial series – Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party ( Nine Commentaries ), and learned about the mass withdrawal movement—Quitting the CCP, Communist Youth League, and Young Pioneers— that arose from the Nine Commentaries. I was greatly shocked when I first read the Nine Commentaries, especially how the Cultural Revolution brought calamity to the country, the unforgivable sin of the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989.

Although I too had been illegally sentenced for practicing Falun Gong, but from my childhood education, I had never thought of associating atrocity, bloodthirsty hoodlums, deceit, spirit possession, despotism and evil with the CCP, not to mention think about phrases like “disintegration of the CCP.” But as I became detached and calm, I knew the Nine Commentaries is merely revealing the true face of the CCP to everyone. There is justice in this world. The time for heaven to eliminate the CCP will be here soon.

The Epoch Times Solemn Statement(in Chinese) further points out that “On the day, when God commands to liquidate the Communist Party, those so-called “loyal” members of this evil party will also be included. We make this serious statement: Anyone who had joined the Communist Party or other organizations under it (those who had been marked by that evil), quit now, erase the evil mark…”

Quitting the CCP is a matter of life and death, but because of the CCP’s tight internet blockade, many Chinese are unable to obtain this information. This has made people unaware of the danger they are in. Because of this, I have decided to publicize my own statement to enable my family and friends to quit the CCP, Communist Youth League, and Young Pioneers, and to stay away from catastrophe and enjoy peace.

Parents Quit the Young Pioneers

Those closest to me are of course my family. I want them to be happy, peaceful and healthy. This is the earnest wish of every Chinese from the bottom of their hearts, therefore, advising my family to quit the CCP was what I thought of first. During my summer vacation at home, I played the documentary ( on Youtube, English) of the “Nine Commentaries on the CCP” to my father.

Having been through all previous CCP political movements, my father concurred that all that was covered in the tape was true; he also admitted that the CCP has committed great crimes against the Chinese people. However, unexpectedly, my father, who was not highly educated, firmly held on to the notion of “atheism” implanted by the CCP. He said he did not believe that heaven will eliminate the CCP. Nor did he believe that quitting the CCP, Communist Youth League, and Young Pioneers could save oneself. He thought that he had been good and honest, hard working, accommodating; so whether he quit the CCP or not should not matter.

Actually many years ago, my father had encountered supernatural phenomena that “atheism” was unable to explain. So I asked him, “Why did mother dream about how grandmother would die the day before it happened? Why is it that the soul of a relative who was thought to have committed suicide was able to attach to the body of someone else and talked about how he was actually beaten to death? How come the murderer who beat him to death but testified that he had committed suicide died suddenly at a young age? ” I also played several NTDTV programs such as the Unsolved Mysteries series. I also told him some famous prophecies originating from different countries such as the ancient Chinese Tui Bei Tu (Back Pushing Diagrams), Ma Qian Ke (Augury before the war), Shao Bing Ge (Pancake Song), the French Les Siecles, the Korean Gyeokamyurok, etc. I also showed him the report and pictures of “Guizhou’s hidden Chinese characters.” Father’s attitude changed gradually.

My father agreed that the CCP is not an upright or honest organization; therefore, as long as one is a member, even if he has not done anything bad, he is still tacitly abetting and strengthening it. Therefore when it is time to clear accounts with the CCP, he will be implicated.

Thus when my vacation was nearly over, one day, I once again asked my father if he wanted to quit the Young Pioneers, and he happily agreed this time.

To my mother, quitting the Young Pioneers was a good thing. She personally witnessed the torture her grand parents, parents, and relatives went through during the Land Reform and Cultural Revolution when she was a little girl and was deeply traumatized.

Furthermore, she had a deep understanding of the dealings of the lower ranking CCP cadre members and personally experienced the tyranny and corruption of the CCP’s autocratic system, therefore she quit right after she read The Epoch Times Solemn Statement.

Brother, Sister, and Brother-in-Law Quit the CCP, Communist Youth League, and Young Pioneers

My sister and her husband are young. Like most of their peers, they just want to have a good life, but they are also concerned about their future and direction. So, when I told them about the rationale of saving themselves by quitting the CCP, Communist Youth League, and Young Pioneers, they both readily agreed.

My brother used to be a student CCP member. When I was illegally sentenced by the CCP for practicing Falun Gong and locked up in a remote mountain prison in Southern China, my brother who had never been away from home traveled a long way to visit me.

But when I encouraged him to make the three renouncements, he was very against it, and was unwilling to read the Nine Commentaries. At that time, I thought maybe it was because he was still very young and stubborn. Hence he was egoistical and mistakenly thought the CCP was equivalent to China and being loyal to the CCP was the same as being loyal to China. Thus when I had the opportunity, I explained to him the present social situation in China, talked about how the CCP tortured the Chinese people in history, etc.

After a while my brother did not want to listen to me anymore. He said the CCP will improve. It will clean itself and will march towards democracy.

More than a year later, my brother started working. Due to the nature of his job we rarely talked, not to mention meeting up. But later on when we met, he unexpectedly talked to me about the corruption and despotic attitude amongst the CCP’s cadre members, and told me some hidden goings-on in their system. I think perhaps this is because he now has a personal realization of the CCP’s regime through his real life and work, so he no longer tenaciously holds on to his own opinion.

Eventually, I asked him over the phone if he wanted to quit the CCP and he happily agreed. (to be cont’d…… )

>> Modern China Life: Personal Experience of How Chinese People Quit the Communist Party (2)

– Original report from the Epochtimes: Falun Gong Practitioner Encourages People To Quit CCP (Part 1)

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Over Half of All Chinese Have Read Nine Commentaries, Says Rights Activist

Posted by Author on January 7, 2008


By Wang Renjun, The Epoch Times, Jan 04, 2008-wu Yalin

TAIPEI− A Chinese human rights activist, Mr. Wu Yalin, who is currently seeking political asylum in Taiwan, revealed that over half of Chinese people have read the book Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party (The Nine Commentaries).

Wu is the latest person after Hao Fengjun 1 and Jia Jia 2 to publicly confirm the tremendous and wide spread wave of Chinese people withdrawing from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the Communist Youth League (CYL) and the Communist Young Pioneer (CYP).

Wu obtained a copy of the Nine Commentaries in October 2007. Immediately after receiving the book, he began to read it. He had asked for three copies. Besides leaving a copy for himself, he planned to spread the other two copies amongst his friends.

He finished reading the book in two days. The chapter about 30 million people dying from starvation resonated very strongly in his mind. He commented, “This kind of content is blocked in China. Although I was only two years old at the time, the elderly people in my hometown all pointed out that this famine which was responsible for the deaths of 30 million people was indeed caused by humans, and not natural disasters as reported in the Communist Party’s propaganda.”

Half of all Chinese Have Read The Nine Commentaries

Wu discovered that all of the information found within The  Nine Commentaries is historical fact. Thus he began spreading his three copies of the book amongst his friends one by one, in almost every province throughout China.

In the process of spreading The Nine Commentaries, he discovered that, “Over half of my friends have read this book. Almost everyone has heard about it, some even read it as early as two years ago.”

Wu continued, “As far as I know, The Nine Commentaries are widely spread not only amongst the masses of average people, but also among many communist party members. According to what I know, more than half of the people in China have read it. In addition, the people who read it all comment that, ‘This is true.'”

Wu also pointed out that, “The Nine Commentaries are openly spread overseas, but in mainland China, it is very precious as it is very difficult to obtain a copy.”

Spreading The Nine Commentaries is Illegal in China

On November 11, 2007, Wu received a covert message from a friend informing him that the members of the Bazhong Municipal Party Committee of Sichuan province were secretly planning to sentence Wu to three years in prison for spreading The  Nine Commentaries. Wu was to be brought up on three different charges, including “spreading The Nine Commentaries,” “ganging up with an anti-China force” and “disturbing Beijing’s social order.”

Once Wu learned that he was facing danger, he determined that the jurisdiction of the CCP doesn’t need to go through any court ruling; a sentence from the county Party Committee would be sufficient. Therefore, they could easily fabricate any charges they wanted to; a groundless court decision could thus put an individual into a labor camp for three years.

Wu Yalin, who had previously spent nine years in prison, understood this very well. Without telling any of his friends, he quickly and silently went to Shenzhen. There he joined a travel group heading for Thailand. He finally arrived in Taiwan on December 27, 2007, seeking political asylum.

Many People Secretly Withdraw from the Communist Party

Wu revealed the reason he was able to escape from China is that he had, in fact, prepared his passport a year ago. After having suffered extended persecution at the hands of the Chinese communist regime, he made sure that he was prepared to escape from China at any time.

Immediately after reaching Taiwan on December 28, Wu was informed by his friend, that Sichuan Provincial authority had issued an order for his arrest as a criminal at large. Should Wu return to China, he would be sentenced to three years in a labor camp on unsubstantiated charges.

In recent years many people have doubted the authenticity of the number of people withdrawing from the party. Wu expressed, “In fact, many withdraw from the party under an alias. Because of the Chinese communist regime’s dangerously high pressure policies, many people dare not openly admit that they have withdrawn from the party.”

He also added, “Many people joined the party not out of support for the ideals of the Communist Party, instead, they joined for personal benefits, such as obtaining power and money. I dare to say, if the Communist Party were in a democratic country, then it wouldn’t have a leg to stand on. Nobody would support it because it is indeed far too bad and has committed all manner of evil deeds.”

Average People Haven’t Gained any True Benefits

In the past year, the Chinese communist regime has claimed a so-called “peaceful rise”. Although many think that “the Chinese communist party is getting better” and that “the regime needs to be given more time to make improvements,” Wu doesn’t agree.

He pointed out that “It has been proven time and again that after several decades of reform in China, the economy has improved a lot, however, the people who truly gain the benefits consist of a small percentage of individuals within the party. Many average people haven’t truly gained any benefits. The value of the Chinese yuan has gone up in relation to the U.S. dollar, however, the CCP has used such money to purchase weapons used for threatening and targeting Taiwan, even America. Don’t hold onto false hope that the CCP will be peaceful. We shall cast off this regime as soon as possible.”

[1] Hao Fengjun, former police officer of the 610 Office of the Tianjin Bureau of State Security, sought political asylum in Australia after he fled China in February, 2005. He left his work because he no longer wanted to be involved in the persecution of Falun Gong and other religious groups. Encouraged by the recent events related to the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party and Chen Yonglin, Hao decided to step forward and tell the public the truth.

[2] Jia Jia, former General Secretary of the Shanxi Provincial Association of Scientists and Technology Experts. He left his tourist group in Taiwan on October 30, 2006 and publicly announced his separation from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)

Original report from the Epochtimes

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28 Million Chinese Quit the Communist Party

Posted by Author on November 7, 2007


Till yesterday, there have been more than 28 million Chinese announced28 million Chinese quit CCP
publicly quit the Chinese Communist Party(CCP) and its affiliated organizations, shown on the Quit CCP Website (in Chinese).

All the statements are publicly posted on the website and it’s easy to browse and search by keywords.

Quitting at a rate of  30,000 to 40,000 per day

From the number shows on the Quit CCP website, which is updated almost at real time, we can see that people resign at a rate of 30,000 to 40,000 per day in recent months.

Why Quit CCP

From the statements, many people stated that they became realize the true nature of the Chinese Communist Party, which is never changed while economy develops – violence and lying- and the crimes the CCP committed in the past and in the current make no reason for people to stay further inside the organization- conscience makes people keep distance with the CCP.

CCP’s crimes and abuses mentioned in the statements including but not limited:

– killed 80 million Chinese people in less than 60 years

– Tiananmen massacre of student, Beijing, 1989

– Torture and killing of Falun Gong members, from 1999, ongoing

– Organ harvesting from live prisoners, ongoing

– persecution of Christian, ongoing

– no freedom of speech, ongoing

– no democracy, ongoing

– cheating of Chinese people, ongoing

– corruption, ongoing

How to post statements

To post their statements on the Quit CCP website, which is hosted outside China and blocked by Chinese regime, people have to manage to break through the Internet blockage by using proxy servers or anti-censor softwares, or, get the help from the volunteers work in the Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, by telephone, fax, email, mail.

When did the resign happens ?

The large wave of Quit CCP was triggered by a serial commentary article- the Nine Commentaries on Communist Party– from the overseas largest free Chinese newspaper Dajiyuan ( the Epoch Times, in English) which was published in Dec, 2004.

The Nine Commentaries won top award in the category “Asian American Issues – Online”, by the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA), in August, 2005.

Nine Commentaries has now been translated into more than 30 languages.

28 million Chinese quit CCP (2)

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Audio report: Dismissed Military Cadre sets up a Quit CCP Service Centre in China

Posted by Author on November 4, 2007


by Li Si Si, Chen Yen,  reported by Wilma Reynolds and Karen Chang for Breaking News on the SOH Radio Network, November 4th, 2007-

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Recently, Mr. Chen, a member of the Dismissed Veteran Military Cadre who has quit the Chinese Communist Party told SOH reporters that the Dismissed Veteran Military Cadre’s dream of improved living conditions was completely shattered after the seventeenth CCP National Congress. He realized that he wasted a significant part of his life serving the CCP and was just being used by the regime. He has therefore formed the first Dismissed Veteran Military Cadre Quit the CCP Service Centre so that the members can quit the CCP and bring down the regime.

Mr. Chen believes the corruption of the CCP stems from the fact that the officials are all looking for money and ignoring the situation of the Cadres. A large number of officials embezzle money that was meant for the public, including funds to improve the lives of the members of the Cadres. There is also a lack of welfare system for the Cadres and all of these factors have led to a nationwide protest.

[recording] “I will immediately announce the establishment of a Dismissed Veteran Military Cadre Quit the CCP Service Centre and to call upon the Cadres to quit the evil CCP. They manipulate power and the corrupt officials use their so-called “power” to do whatever they please. The corruption has gone too far and is now a very widespread problem of the CCP.”

Mr. Chen points out that the violation of human rights against cadres who appeal through legal means is becoming more prominent. The regime, in the attempt to cover up their corruption, has adopted eavesdropping, spying and surveillance to monitor the movements of the Cadre members.

[recording] “The treatment by local governments towards the people’s appeal is to crackdown on them. When the people have nowhere else to go they turn to the appeal process. But in the face of these appeals the government still block, attack and even imprison and sentence the people. What do these problems demonstrate? It’s still a human rights problem. The rights of the people are not being protected.”

While their numerous appeals come to no effect, many in the Cadres are becoming sick and cannot afford medical treatment. They have even been threatened with the withdrawal of welfare if they continue to appeal. Mr. Chen sighs and comments that with the massive wealth gap, the Chinese people can now only pray to heaven to not let them get sick.

[recording] “The living condition of the people is very poor, and even with the reform of the health system, the people cannot afford to visit the hospital. But at the same time the officials are become wealthy. And there are obvious corruption related to this. While group appeals have increased, those with money and power also use the connections they have to achieve whatever they wish. It’s the manipulation of power by the powerful and so I say it’s corrupt. The wealth gap is becoming bigger and bigger.”

The dismissed veteran military cadres around the country have long suffered from the delayed payment of salary and benefits and are enduring extreme hardship. Since 1995 they have increased their appeals to the government in order to raise awareness of their plight and to fight for their rights.

– Original report from SOH Radio : Seeing through the corruption of the CCP, member of the Dismissed Veteran Military Cadre sets up a Quit the CCP Service Centre

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Hong Kong Rally Supports Massive Chinese Quitting the Communist Party

Posted by Author on October 9, 2007


By Xue-er Wu, Epoch Times Hong Kong Staff, Oct 05, 2007-A grand parade was held in Hong Kong on September 30.

HONG KONG—On September 30, the Hong Kong Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and The Epoch Times Hong Kong office held a rally and a parade to support the over 27 million Chinese who’ve withdrawn from the CCP and affiliated associations. The rally included pro-democracy activists, people of faith, and victims of CCP tyranny. Volunteers from the Service Center gave speeches.

Mr. Szeto Wah, president of the Hong Kong Alliance In Support of Patriotic Democratic Movements of China was the first to give a speech. He paid respect to the 27 million people who’ve quit the CCP, CCP Youth League and CCP Young Pioneers.

Mr. Jia Jia, former Secretary General of the Shanxi Province Scientific and Technological Expert Association spoke to the crowd by phone. Jia defected and split from the CCP last October and currently resides in Indonesia. “October 1 is a day of disaster for Chinese people,” proclaimed Jia. “It is a day when the CCP stole the control of the country. Since October 1, 1949, Chinese people have descended into a deep and endless hardship. Every rally supporting withdrawal from the CCP demonstrates another step toward victory for the Chinese people through peaceful struggle.”

“The information expressed today is very important, extremely precious, and profoundly truthful,” Pastor Fung Chi Wood said to those gathered at the rally. “Our mission is righteous and compassionate, and our perseverance is sure to generate an enormous change.”

“Please don’t treat the CCP as something powerful or forceful,” said Mr. Chen Shi, a victim of the CCP’s Anti-rightist Movement. “Once the CCP truly collapses, it will only take a moment.”

Chen pointed to the many groups that were protesting in front of the CCP’s Hong Kong Liaison Office earlier that day against the Myanmar Military regime’s bloody suppression of the Burmese people. “It is a matter related to the Myanmar Military regime, so why protest outside the CCP office?” asked Chen. “Because the Myanmar military regime is supported by the CCP. Just as those responsible for the genocide of Sudan are supported by the CCP.”

Another Mr. Chen—an everyday citizen of Hong Kong—shared his views on the rally. “I have watched the parades supporting withdrawal from the CCP many times. I think these people are very brave,” he said.

Following the rally, a parade led by the Tianguo Marching Band marched through several sections of Hong Kong, including Jiulong, Shenshui Bu, Taizi, Wangjiao, You Madi, Zuodun and concluded at the Hong Kong Cultural Center at Tsimshatsui.

– Original report from the Epochtimes : Hong Kong Rally Supports Quitting CCP

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Announced Publicly Quit the CCP, Former Chinese Official Granted Refugee Status by UN

Posted by Author on October 1, 2007


By Wu Xue’er, Epoch Times Staff, Sep 29, 2007-Mr. Jia Jia

Jia Jia, the former General Secretary of the Shanxi Provincial Association of Scientists and Technology Experts, was granted refugee credentials officially by the United Nations. He has acquired refugee status on September 25.

Jia Jia announced his split from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) when he visited Taiwan with a tourist group. He testified to the massive wave of withdrawals from the CCP in China due to the appearance of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party . He also confirmed that different levels of officials, cadre members, soldiers and citizens were determined to separate from the CCP because they saw the nature of the CCP on account of its tyranny.

(photo above: Mr. Jia Jia at a “Quit the Chinese Communist Party rally.” / The Epoch Times)

Jia Jia said he is grateful to the U.N. for approving his refugee status. He sees this as support for him and the Chinese citizens. He said that his dream is to realize democracy in China. Then he will go back to China.

In the past year, due to pressure and interference by the CCP, Jia was forced to wander about in different Asian countries. He was followed everywhere by special agents. He was almost repatriated on three occasions.

Jia said the fact that he was granted refugee status represented that the U.N. Refugee Agency has won the battle against the ferocious CCP.

Jia Jia said, “The CCP regime will collapse in the reign of Hu-Wen (Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao). The countdown of the 2008 Olympics is the countdown of the CCP’s extinction.” He called upon Hu and Wen to lead Chinese citizens to withdraw from the CCP and bring hope to China.

In the interview, Jia Jia thanked those who had helped him in the past. “I thank Falun Gong practitioners, the Chinese inside and outside of China, and human rights supporters for their help and support. I thank all the democratic countries on earth; I also thank the U.N. Refugee Agency for standing on the side of justice. The status I was granted represents the U.N.’s affirmation for the Chinese people and their support for world democracy.”

– Original report from The Epochtimes: Former Chinese Official Granted Refugee Status

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Military Officer’s Statement of Quitting the Chinese Communist Party

Posted by Author on September 26, 2007


Statement by Gao Shang, on Quit CCP Website (in Chinese) , published in English by the Epochtimes, Sep 24, 2007-

I am a military officer in active duty; I have a bachelor’s degree. I have often received information about quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on the Epoch Times website.

I want to say that most rank-and-file soldiers and officials have at least high school education, and with this they are no longer simply listening to the CCP’s propaganda.

For example, on the issue of Taiwan, most of us have a good impression of the people in Taiwan; regarding the Anti-Japanese War (1937-1945), we know that it was mainly fought by the Guomintang (KMT), not by the CCP.

As for the issue of Chinese people being involved in politics, we believe that we should all be concerned about politics; otherwise, democracy and freedom will never be implemented in China.

Today I have an opportunity to learn how to withdraw from the dictatorial Party, so I ask the Epoch Times to help me publish my statement to quit the CCP and its related organizations. I want to do what I should for the best wishes in my heart.

Gao Shang
Shangdong Province, China
September 13, 2007

Click here to read the original statement in Chinese on the Quit CCP Website

Related:
26 million Chinese Quit The Chinese Communist Party Organizations , 18th September 2007

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