The Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party, also known as the “Tuidang movement,” recently received a significant number of proclamations from local VIPs in honor of “Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) Day” on July 1st. These proclamations, which included congratulatory letters and certificates of commendation, were sent by multiple representatives of public opinion and elected officials in the United States.
The town of Brookhaven, New York had several districts that sent proclamations to the Tuidang movement. The towns of Islip and Riverhead on Long Island, New York, along with officials from Nassau County, also expressed their support for the movement through their proclamations. The Islip town board, in their citation on June 27th, mentioned that they wished the Tuidang movement continued success in the upcoming year. Similarly, the town board of Riverhead cited their continued support for the movement on behalf of the entire community on June 20th. Town of Riverhead Supervisor Yvette Aguiar explained that quitting the CCP refers to separating oneself from the Communist Party and taking back the oath one has made. The proclamation sent by representatives from Nassau County on June 28th acknowledged the significance of the movement for citizens of Chinese origin both in China and outside the country and commended their relentless efforts.
These communities expressed their respect, gratitude, and honor for the Tuidang movement, which has already led to more than 400 million people quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its associated Communist Youth League and the Young Pioneers. It is noteworthy that a large number of Chinese citizens either currently belong to or have previously belonged to at least one of these organizations. The proclamations recognize the challenges that Chinese people face under the CCP’s mind control, brainwashing, and terror, and acknowledge the bravery of those who have taken a stand against it.
The Tuidang movement, established in 2004, acts as a global initiative to assist Chinese people in quitting the CCP. It aims to educate people around the world about the evil nature of Communism. The movement gained momentum after the publication of the “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party,” which sparked a global wave of quitting the CCP. The Nine Commentaries analyze the nine functional characteristics of the Communist Party, describing it as “evil, deceiving, inciting, fighting, robbing, ruffian, instigating, exterminating, and controlling.” It points out that the rule of the Communist Party of China is the darkest and most absurd in Chinese history.
In conclusion, the Tuidang movement’s efforts to help Chinese people quit the CCP and its associated organizations have garnered support and recognition from various communities and officials in the United States. The proclamations demonstrate a shared understanding of the challenges faced by Chinese people under the CCP and a desire to provide support and encouragement to those who choose to separate themselves from it. With over 400 million individuals having already quit the CCP, the Tuidang movement continues to make a significant impact in promoting freedom of thought and opposing the repressive nature of the Chinese Communist Party.