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9 000 000 Quit The Chinese Communist Party

Press Release: NZ Quit CCP Service Centre

9 000 000 Quit The Chinese Communist Party

Activities in Wellington Celebrate Historic Milestone

Chinese and Kiwi’s alike will gather in Wellington this Wednesday to celebrate 9,000,000 people who have quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and associated organisations.

The resignations show the extent to which people are against the communist regime which now occupies China.

The activities will also raise awareness of a new revelation of a huge concentration camp in Shen Yang, Northern China, where an insider revealed 6,000 Falun Gong practitioners are detained. There they are inhumanely tortured to death, and organs harvested by the communist regime, and bodies cremated.

In addition, the insider revealed that cases of humans with bird flu are being covered up in China by the CCP, and experiments being performed on those infected with the virus.

The mass withdrawals from the CCP follow a special publication called ‘Nine Commenatries on the Communist Party’, which was released in November of 2004. The publication provided an unprecedented, detailed insight into the nature, history, and crimes of the communist party, shocking people all over the world.

Inspired by this publication, Chinese people across the globe are standing up and withdrawing their membership from the party which has caused so much pain for the nation of China for over five decades.

To support this historical movement, members of the NZ chapter of the Quit The CCP Service Centre will conduct a rally and march this weekend in downtown Wellington. We would like to welcome you to attend the event and witness what is truly an historical turning point in the history of the Chinese nation, and indeed the world.

Where: Midland Park, Lambton Quay Wellington City

When: 15th March 2006 Tuesday 12:00pm

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