Montreal, Canada: Parade on National Day of Mourning Supports 14 Million People Quitting the CCP (Photos)
(Clearwisdom.net) October 1 is Chinas "National Day of Mourning," and the Chinese Communist Partys (CCP) Day of Usurpation of Power." The Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP named it last year. This marks the second year. The number of people who have publicly announced their resignations from the CCP and its related organizations has exceeded 14 million. The Service Center for Quitting the CCP in Montreal, Canada held a parade on October 1, 2006 in Chinatown, to support the brave people who have quit the CCP and call on more Chinese people to wake up and openly voice their dissatisfactions for the sake of their own well-being. Falun Gong practitioners also joined the parade, condemning the CCP atrocities of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners.
The parade procession circled Montreal's Chinatown for over forty minutes, shouting slogans and conveying messages to the public, "October 1: Chinas National Day of Mourning, and the Day of CCPs Usurpation of Power," "CCP Seized the Power 57 Years Ago, and Has Killed 80 Million People," "Quit the CCP to Save Yourself, Quit the CCP for the Love of the Country," "Speak out Your Sufferings, Quit the CCP for Your Own Well-being," and "The CCP is not China."
October 1Chinas "National Day of Mourning"
Mr. Zhu who participated in the parade said, "Look at history, after every dynasty came to power, there was rehabilitation to allow people to resume their normal lives. But after the Communist Party came, it first launched a land revolution, actually it was to kill people. Following it were a series of political movements, as Mao Zedong said, once every seven to eight years. It has never allowed people to rehabilitate. From this viewpoint, since the Communist Party truly controlled China, Chinese people have been in endless turmoil. This is the direct consequence brought about by the Communist Party. So the day when the Communist Party seized the power was the beginning of suffering for Chinese people, or a symbol of Chinas National Day of Mourning."
Voice Your Opinion for Your Own Well-being
Mr. Zhu said, "The Communist Partys long-term propaganda has resulted in the Chinese people generation after generation being deprived of understanding of history, but only focuses on the days in front of their eyes. Many Chinese people have lost the ability to see through the Chinese Communist Partys nature from a historical perspective. History has been completely covered up. Nobody knows it. If we look back at the history, we see that the Chinese people have been trampled upon by the Chinese Communist Party. Over the past few dozen years, 80 million of our fellow Chinese have been killed, directly or indirectly. These people have families, children and relatives, that is to say, the number of people who have suffered from the CCPs persecution, as estimated, has exceeded half of the total of the Chinese population. All this has been covered up, and is unknown to people. No one dares to speak out. Now, if we tell the public of the sufferings of our families and ourselves, and everyone speaks out, we will find that the CCP evil is beyond anyones imagination. It is not that it only did a few bad deeds. It has been continuously carrying out brutal persecution against all people. If everyone speaks out, we will find that the CCP only brings the Chinese people endless disasters, and people will naturally break away from the CCP and withdraw from its evil organization."
During the parade, a group of Western young men who heard of the CCP harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners were very angry, and they called out, "No more communism."
The four Western young men expressed their support for the service center for quitting the CCP, and joined the parade while holding posters with messages about quitting the CCP. They also asked how they could help stop the CCPs live organ harvesting practice, and asked for the Falun Gong web site address. They said they would call the Canadian government to raise concerns and stop the CCP atrocities.
Many people watched the parade attentively, and happily accepted the fliers.