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Quit The CCP Support Rally

Quit The CCP Support Rally

This Friday July 21, people from around New Zealand will converge in Wellington for a rally and march in support of almost 12 million people who have withdrawn their memberships from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) on a special website constructed by The Epoch Times.

The wave of withdrawals was sparked by the publication ‘Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party’ (http://ninecommentaries.com/), a book which fully exposes the CCP’s evil nature and history of blood and terror.

The events will also call attention to the recent revelations of live organ harvesting currently happening in China. Several witnesses have stepped forward to confirm the practice of live organ harvesting is currently happening to Falun Gong practitioners in China. Falun Gong practitioners have organs harvested from their bodies while they are still alive, and their bodies are then incinerated by Chinese authorities. An independent investigation conducted by former Canadian Secretary of State for the Asia Pacific region David Kilgour and international human rights lawyer David Matas concluded the allegations of organ harvesting are indeed true. You can view the report at: http://investigation.redirectme.net/

You are invited to attend the activities as follows:

FRIDAY JULY 21, 2006

Rally and Speeches
Corner of Manners Mall and Cuba Mall, Wellington City Centre
11:15am - 12:15pm

Quit the CCP Support March
Departing Corner of Manners Mall and Cuba Mall, Wellington City Centre
12:30pm - 2:00pm

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