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The Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP Applauds the US Senate for proposing Resolution 232 Supporting the Tuidang Movement and Calling on the Chinese Regime to End the Persecution of Falun Gong

We are very pleased to see that the efforts of senators on both sides of the aisle has materialized into the proposed US Senate Resolution 232 supporting the Tuidang movement and asking for an immediate end to the persecution of Falun Gong. The Resolution specifically states that “the Tuidang movement has encouraged as many as 90 million people to publicly renounce their membership in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliates since 2004.” It also expresses “support for volunteers and participants of the Tuidang movement for their peaceful efforts to reclaim Chinese history and culture, and for their pursuit of a fair and open government, a free people, and a society rooted in the practice of virtue.”

The Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP cordially congratulates the US Senate for the proposed Resolution. To the free world led and represented by the United States, this Resolution will be instrumental in providing them an insight into the significance of the Tuidang movement, which has been propelled mostly by Falun Gong practitioners. This Resolution will be inspirational to people with freedom to join force in completing the mission of eliminating communism. This Resolution will encourage Chinese people to further reflect on their thoughts and erase CCP’s brainwash from their minds. With this Resolution, we believe the international community will pay more attention and provide more support for the divine endeavour of disintegrating the CCP.

Without the CCP, a true China will be revived. Without the CCP, the human society will welcome the renaissance of universal values. Without the CCP, the world will definitely be a better place.

Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP
July 14, 2011@

2011-07-15 12:39 PM
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