More Chinese Quit the CCP as the Party’s Dark and Shocking Secrets Were Exposed in 2012
In 2012, many shocking events took place in China.
From the “Wang Lijun and Bo Xilai incident”
to “Gu Kailai’s murder case,”
from “the Shifang protests” to “the strike of
Shenyang business owners”,
from the “floods in Beijing” to “the match-throwing
at the London Olympic Games.”
All kinds of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) corruption
scandals occurred one after another, astonishing the world.
Fortunately, more Chinese people who have previously been
deceived by the CCP for several decades finally understood the evil nature of the CCP.
They chose to join the movement to quit the CCP and
its affiliated organizations.
Many of them said that, the only hope of China’s future
lies in the principle of “Truthfulness, Compassion and Tolerance” and completely abandoning the CCP.
On August 9th, the court trial of Gu Kailai was held
in Hefei, Anhui province.
Gu, wife of the former CCP secretary of Chongqing,
Bo Xilai, was charged with murdering the British businessman Neil Heywood.
Days before the trial of Gu, the Epoch Times exclusively
reported that Gu Kailai was one of the prime culprits in live organ harvesting.
Commanded by Bo and Gu, Dalian had been one of the cities
in which the live organ harvesting on Falun Gong practitioners first took place.
Gu Kailai had sold not only human organs but also
Falun Gong practitioners’ bodies to make exorbitant profits.
However, to hide the truth, the CCP authorities publicly
attributed the motive of Gu Kailai』s murdering Heywood to economic disputes.
Political commentator Wang Beiji remarked that,
the CCP has always chosen to protect its party and regime
to the largest extent, which were the sources of all the crimes.
Wang Beiji, political commentator: “The CCP can no longer
justify its statement that the murder only involves Gu Kailai herself,
or just several people including her and her servant,
Bo Xilai and Wang Lijun.
The crime was committed in a collective, systematic,
inherited and institutional way by the whole CCP system.”
The Epoch Times report wrote that, since the Wang Lijun
incident, there has been a significant increase in the number
of Chinese people who overcame the Internet block to
make announcements of quitting the CCP,
the Communist Youth League, and the Young Pioneers.
Yina, a volunteer at the Service Center for Quitting the CCP
told a real story about when she called a chief of the Public Security Bureau.
The listener directly revealed his identity to her,
“To tell you the truth, I am a CCP official myself.
I am a chief of the public security bureau.
Please help me quit the CCP as soon as possible.”
A person living in China and who quit the CCP said that
there are no human rights in China and the CCP could do
whatever it wanted, including casually killing people;
the Party always scourged the Chinese people and
should be eliminated.
Chinese mainlander A: “Falun Gong practitioners aren’t
They are only helping people learn to do well and
they bring no harm to the society.
However, the CCP chose to persecute them and even kill them,
which has been occurring widely in China.”
Another mainlander who quit the CCP told
NTD that, any conscientious Chinese could see that
the morality of Chinese society has dropped to a level that
people hurt each other without any bottom line or restraint.
Chinese mainlander B: “All you can see in the behavior
of Party members are their power struggles and intrigues between different factions.
There is nothing open and straightforward inside the CCP.
They only care about their own benefits, even to the extent
of persecuting groups or sacrificing our Chinese nation.”
He also advised all his relatives and friends to quit the CCP
as soon as possible to rescue themselves.
Another long-term quitting the CCP volunteer
at a Hong Kong tourist spot said that,
more and more mainland Chinese tourists have changed
their attitude and made announcements of quitting the CCP.
On July 29th, Falun Gong practitioners in Hong Kong held
a large-scale parade. Over 200 people quit the CCP during the parade.
Also on the single day of July 10th, 327 people made their
announcements of quitting the CCP at tourist spots in Hong Kong.
Since the Epoch Times made the first announcement of
“quitting the CCP” on November 29th, 2004,
there have been over 120 million Chinese people
who have made declarations to quit the CCP and its affiliated organizations.