90 Million People Quit Chinese Communist Party Since 2004
Dharamshala: A rally was attended by several hundred people on Sunday (26 March) in Brooklyn, New York, in support of the over 90 million Chinese who have quite the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) since 2004. Those who had quit were joined by supporters in a parade led through Chinatown, with many passers-by reported to have also resigned on the spot, and around 25 people who had recently withdrawn from the party proudly held up certificates announcing their decision.
The number of resignations is in fact now estimated to stand at around 92 million, after hitting the 90 million mark last month. Global Service for Quitting the CCP spokesman Dr. Dayong Li claimed that the party 'in no way' represented the Chinese people, urging them to quit the party and its affiliated organisations. Chinese democracy advocate Xiang Huang, who attended the annual rally for the third time on Sunday, added to this his hope that by this time next year the CCP will have been dissolved and the democratic movement currently shaking up the Middle-East will have reached the Chinese nation.
The president of the World Organisation to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong (WOIPFG) and fellow advocate for the dissolution of the Communist Party, Dr. Zhi Yuan Wang, said it was time for the Chinese people as a whole to try to understand what the regime has done to their country and its people.
The Global Service for Quitting the CCP, a non-profit organisation founded in 2005, now boasts over 100 service centres in more than 30 countries, and encourages the decision of Chinese citizens to resign their membership from the oppressive communist regime which has ruled over China for the past 61 years. At the end of 2009, the CCP counted nearly 78 million members, making it the world's largest political party. It is by law the only party permitted within China.
If you are thinking about quitting the Chinese Communist Party, please visit the website http://quitccp.org/cms/ for more information
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