Germany: Helping Chinese People at the Kassel Festival Learn about Falun Gong and Quit the CCP

In July 2007, more than 1,000 Chinese people came to Kassel, a small town in Germany, for a local festival. Falun Gong practitioners took this chance to raise awareness about the brutal persecution against Falun Gong that has been happening since 1999. They also told people how CCP (Chinese Communist Party) organisation have forcibly harvested the organs from living Falun Gong practitioners before cremating their bodies. The organs are then sold to foriegners for transplants.

Most of the Chinese people were happy to accept the leaflets and other materials, and some talked to practitioners. A lady said that they don't have any channels by which to learn the truth in China, so she was happy to accept the materials. Practitioners told her about the 27 million plus people who have quit the CCP, and she didn't hesitate to resign on the spot.

Re-enacting the brutal organ harvesting

Three young ladies worried that the situation in China would be worse without the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). A young Chinese man pointed out that this was a wrong thought and told them why. He was happy to meet practitioners. He expressed his support and quit the Party using his real name.

A group of young Chinese people told practitioners what they had learned in Germany. They criticized the situation in China, and they were happy to accept materials. A gentleman told practitioners that he knew how bad the CCP was. But, when practitioners told him that heaven will eliminate the CCP, he didn't believe it and he refused to quit the Party. Practitioners gave him more information, and he gradually changed his attitude and left his email address. He said he wanted to keep in touch.

A young girl said that several of her family members had been persecuted by the CCP, so she totally agreed with what the practitioners told her.

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