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15,000,000 Quit Chinese Communist Party

Published: Fri 3 Nov 2006 10:49 AM
Media Release: NZ Quit CCP Service Center
15,000,000 Quit Chinese Communist Party
A public rally will be held this weekend in Auckland to mark 15 million Chinese
people quitting the Chinese Communist party (CCP).
Just fifteen years after the Berlin Wall was dismantled, a massive movement for
freedom has emerged in China, the largest communist regime. To date, over 15
million Chinese people have publicly renounced their affiliation with the
Chinese Communist Party, with the number growing by up to 40,000 more people
each day.
Over the past 57 years, the CCP has been ruling China with deception, violence
and killing, from eliminating the landlord class to the cultural revolution,
from the Tiananmen Square massacre to most recently the harvesting of organs
from live Falun Gong practitioners, the CCP has claimed over 80 million innocent
Chinese people’s lives, which is 1.5 times the total number of deaths in World
War II.
Today, more than 15 million brave Chinese people stand up and say “BYE” to the
CCP; this could be the single largest non-violent civil disobedience moment in
China’s history, and indeed the world. This great moment was triggered by an
Award Winning publication of the Epoch Times Nine Commentaries on the Communist
Party in November 2004, which exposed the true history of the CCP’s tyranny.
(Website http://ninecommentaries.com/)
The World is About to Change…China is About to Change…
With no Chinese Communist Party, there will be a new China, which is a good
thing for all free countries around the world, and most definitely a good thing
for all Chinese People.
THEME: SUPPORT 10 MILLION QUITTING THE CHINESE COMMUNIST PARTY
EVENTS: PUBLIC RALLY, GUEST SPEAKERS, PARADE, DISPLAYS
TIME/DATE: 12PM SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 04
VENUE: QUEEN ELIZABETH II SQUARE, DOWNTOWN AUCKLAND
Ends

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