On May 12th, 2012, Falun Gong practitioners in South Australia gathered on Victoria Square in Adelaide to wish revered Master a happy birthday and celebrate World Falun Dafa Day and the 20th anniversary of the public introduction of Falun Dafa. They had group practice, displayed posters, and distributed information materials to passersby.
|Falun Gong practitioners in South Australia wish revered Master a happy birthday|
|Group practice on Victoria Square|
|A passerby listens to a practitioner’s explanation of the facts|
Practitioner Mr. Zhao said, “In 1999, the then CCP head Jiang Zemin threatened to eliminate Falun Gong within three months. Thirteen years have passed, Falun Dafa has spread across the world. It is a miracle.”
Passersby paused to watch practitioners doing the exercises or listen to them explain the facts. After understanding the truth, they condemned the CCP and signed a petition calling for an end to the persecution.
One passerby commented that no one should be persecuted for his or her belief. Mr. Yang from Tianjin said, “Falun Gong practitioners are kind. I support them. Because Falun Gong is great, everyone supports. The CCP is really bad! It regards human life as worthless. The CCP makes people lie by pressuring them. As a result, the morality in China is degrading.”
Passerby Mr. Cai from Hong Kong saw the exercise demonstration and asked, “Can I take a photo? I want to tell my friend that I saw Falun Gong practitioners in Hong Kong. It is 2012,and information spreading is so fast that it is hard for the CCP to cover it up. I don’t understand what the CCP is afraid of. I know the story of blind lawyer Chen Guangcheng. The CCP persecutes people too much. Everyone should have freedom of speech.”
One Chinese student knew the essence of the problem and said frankly, “The reason for the persecution is because of the essence of the CCP’s nature. The CCP is evil and violent. I think it will collapse.”
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