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Mass Withdrawals From Party On Eve Of Visit

NZ Quit Chinese Communist Party Service Centre

Mass withdrawals from communist party and revelation of concentration camp focus of activities on eve of Chinese officials visit

On the eve of a visit from several top Chinese officials, a march will be held in downtown Auckland to celebrate over 9,300,000 people who have quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and to raise concerns over the revelation of a Concentration Camp discovered in North-Eastern China which is harvesting organs from living prisoners.

The mass withdrawals from the CCP follow a special publication called ‘Nine Commentries 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.

It is vital that the world gain a clear understanding of what the CCP is, for it is truly dangerous to all of mankind. The ‘Nine Commentaries’ have provided this opportunity, which is so important for the entire world to know. If people are to deal with the CCP, they should know what the CCP is and be prepared for dealing with such an entity.

Chinese people across the globe are now standing up and withdrawing their membership from the party, which has caused so much pain for the nation of China for over five decades. Over 80 million people have died as a direct result of the brutal, draconian communist regime since it took over China in 1949, according to China experts.

The movement of withdrawals from the CCP is significant for the entire world, not only China. It indicates how unstable the CCP really is, and raises many issues the people of the world should give deep consideration to. The CCP could collapse any moment, are you prepared?

In addition, two inside sources recently revealed a secret Concentration Camp that harvests the organs from living prisoners in North Eastern China. One source was an investigative journalist who was alerted to the camp by a Chinese official. He conducted an investigation into the camp, and found that around 6,000 Falun gong practitioners are being held there, their organs harvested and sold for profit. Their bodies are then burned in an incinerator.

The second source is the ex-wife of one of the doctors who used to work at the camp. She said her and her husband are severely mentally traumatised by what they saw there.

New Zealand Quit the Chinese Communist Party Service Centre and Falun Gong practitioners are calling for the international community to immediately investigate the Concentration Camp and bring these atrocities to light, and we are calling for the immediate cessation of organ harvesting from live Falun Gong practitioners and release all practitioners still in Sujiatun and other detention centres in China. Ask our Prime Minister, Hon Helen Clark, to speak up and demand an immediate release of all Falun Gong practitioners detained in Sujiatun Concentration Camp when he meets with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao in April 2006.

The persecution of Falun Gong has been extremely disturbing since it began in July of 1999. The only thing required for evil to succeed is for good men and women to do nothing.

It is of utmost importance for the public to know this information. The international community can help to stop such atrocities if they are informed. Or, we could all do nothing and let these people be tortured to death in silence.

You are welcome to attend the activities and interview participants. Details for the March are:

Where: Aotea Square, Queen Street, Auckland

When: Monday 3rd of Apr. 12:00pm-2:30pm


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