August 23, 2014 | By a Falun Gong practitioner in Europe
[Editor’s Note: Through the persecution of Falun Gong, many Chinese started to understand the violent, evil nature of the Chinese Communist Party. A tuidang movement started in late 2004 among Chinese worldwide.
The process of issuing withdrawal statements is referred to in Chinese as “Tuìdǎng” (退党), which can be translated as “withdraw from the party” or “quit the party.” The term is something of a misnomer, as average citizens aren’t able to officially leave the Chinese Communist Party and risk imprisonment if they speak out against it. Many participants feel, however, that leaving the CCP is a moral act, one that separates them from the CCP’s history of violence and corruption.
This is analogous to a German living under Nazi rule formally stating that he (or she) does not support the actions of the Nazi regime, and is not a part of that political movement.]
(Minghui.org) A Falun Gong practitioner came across a middle-aged Chinese man in a store in Europe. The practitioner recognized his accent and knew that he was from China.
“Did you come here for sightseeing or visiting family?” the practitioner asked. The man didn’t answer. The practitioner said, “I’ve been in the local overseas Chinese circle for a long time. How come I have never seen you before?”
The man answered, “I work here, at the Chinese Embassy.”
The practitioner asked if he knew that the Chinese government’s 2nd Central Inspection Team has arrived in Shanghai and plans to stay for two months. The team is there to investigate corrupt officials, especially those closely associated with Jiang Zemin.
The man sighed and said, “You should not listen, believe or spread this news.”
The practitioner said, “I read about this from Chinese news media. Doesn’t the 2nd Central Inspection Team follow Xi Jinping’s orders? If you don’t listen to Xi in the embassy, who do you listen to?”
The man remained silent.
The practitioner continued, “Xi went to Shanghai to apprehend corrupt officials, isn’t this a fact? Who will you believe if you don’t believe Xi? Would you believe the corrupt Jiang? Everybody knows the recent downfalls of high-ranking Chinese officials. Bo Xilai has been sentenced to life in prison, Zhou Yongkang is under investigation, and Zeng Qinghong has disappeared for a while. I heard that Zeng was arrested too.
“These were all Jiang’s minions. What does that say about Jiang? Almost everyone in China is cursing Jiang and wants justice, and you in the embassy don’t know all this?”
The man began to look more serious.
The practitioner told him, “You must know right from wrong. You shouldn’t listen, believe and spread rumors concocted by Jiang’s regime to slander Falun Gong. But for the facts about the persecution of Falun Gong, you need to listen carefully. This is your only hope to be saved.
“After Wang Lijun’s defection, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was divided into two factions. Xi’s faction is terrified of having to be responsible for the Jiang regime’s role in persecuting Falun Gong, especially the crime of forced organ harvesting from so many living Falun Gong practitioners.
“The escalating anti-corruption storm in China is Xi’s way of getting away from being held accountable for Jiang’s crimes. Isn’t Xi looking for a way out too? If you don’t want to know the facts about the persecution and still follow orders from Jiang’s regime, you will be held accountable for his crimes. Do you want to be his scapegoat?”
The man remained silent but nodded his head.
The practitioner continued, “You are a diplomatic official, and it’s not hard for you to find out the truth about Falun Gong outside of China. You should discern right from wrong and side with justice. Your choice is where you place yourself in the future. Heaven is eliminating the CCP and I hope you can save yourself and stay out of harm’s way, by quitting the CCP and its affiliated organizations.
“This is of critical importance to you and your family. I can help you quit the CCP using an alias. You are most definitely a member of the CCP since you are an official in the embassy. Would you like to quit with an alias?”
The man looked around and saw that no one was looking at him. He nodded his head and spoke up, “Yes. I wish you safety, as well.”