The German Public is Hoping Chinese People Will Get Rid of CCP Rule Soon

The Epoch Times is a newspaper that supports freedom and human rights and is one of the few newspapers that exposes the human rights abuses against Falun Gong practitioners. On July the 23rd, some of The Epoch Times voluntary workers held an activity about withdrawing from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Wuerzburg, Germany. They displayed pictures exposing the CCP’s history of killing, as well as posters and banners. Some of the posters exposed the crimes against Falun Gong, as this is the CCP’s biggest campaign of persecution at the moment. Passers-by came to view the display, one after another.

Many passers-by were very enthusiastic about the activity and the fact that over 3 million people in Mainland China have already quit the CCP. Some put their thumbs up and said, “Good! Good! You have done it right!”

Several German Falun Gong practitioners chose to join this activity. For the last six years, the CCP has carried out human rights atrocities against Falun Gong practitioners in attempts to force them to renounce their belief in truthfulness, compassion and forbearance. People throughout Mainland China have been poisoned by the media propaganda campaign that the CCP has used as a smokescreen to justify its lies. The Falun Gong practitioners hoped that by helping people see the truly evil nature of the CCP throughout the past fifty-plus years, people will find it easier to understand the CCP’s persecution against Falun Gong and want to help bring an end to it.

A father and his son looked at the pictures for quite a long time. When looking at these photos, he explained the facts about Falun Gong to his son. His son, with a sad expression, asked, “Why do they beat these people?”

The father replied, “They are Falun Gong practitioners and they are persecuted because they have their own belief.”

Son: “Who did it?”

Father: “The Chinese Communist regime.”

Son, “What were these tanks for?”

Father: “They were used to suppress the students.”

Son: “That’s really terrible! Why is the Chinese Communist regime so evil?”

Father: “They want dictatorship and are against democracy. That’s why they have killed so many people.”

A German gentleman stood in front of the pictures for a long time. He had grown up in East Germany and had personally experienced the Communist Party’s inhuman atrocities. What he couldn’t understand was why a party that has perpetrated so many evil things still rules China. He was very sorry to learn that so many innocent and kind-hearted people have had their lives taken. He thanked us time and again while receiving a German-version of The Epoch Times publication “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party”, a groundbreaking expose of the true nature of Communism and the CCP.

The Chinese people who passed by the stall were astonished to see the pictures of torture. Most of them were tourists from China, and had never heard about this torture. All of them received “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party” but they were very scared of getting caught taking it back to China. Some read it over before returning to their home country, while others asked for information about contact points in hopes that they could receive more information about the resignations from the CCP.

These volunteer workers also collected signatures to help rescue a Falun Gong practitioner called Jiang Renzheng. Jiang was deported by the German Government who would not recognise that he would be in any danger. He was later put into a forced labour camp and has suffered abuse along with the rest of his family. Many people signed the petition calling for the immediate release of Jiang Renzheng. They regretted hearing that he is still detained in the forced labour camp. A German lady consoled us by saying: “Don’t give up! We hope that the Chinese people can get rid of the Chinese Communist regime’s rule as soon as possible. Its days are numbered.”

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