(Clearwisdom.net) On November 11, 2006, Falun Gong practitioners in Germany organized an activity at St. Mary Square in the city center of Munich, exposing the atrocity of the Chinese Communist regime's organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners, and supporting over 15 million Chinese people who have quit the Chinese Communist Party and its associated organizations.


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Signing the petition to condemn the CCP's atrocities

Most noticeable were the posters displaying the Chinese Communist regime's torture of Falun Gong practitioners in China and the banners exposing the regime's organ harvest from living Falun Gong practitioners for profit. Exasperated by the atrocities, many people signed the petition calling on the German government to condemn the Chinese Communist regime's atrocity and take proper actions.

During the activity, practitioners played a song encouraging Chinese people to withdraw from the Chinese Communist Party. They also had on hand the Epoch Times' information about withdrawing from the CCP, and its special editorial the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party. Many tourists from Mainland China were attracted by the song about quitting the CCP. They felt refreshed and smiled while they listened to it. When practitioners read aloud the Epoch Times' announcement about withdrawing from the CCP, these tourists listened very carefully and some of them came up to ask for more information.

Mr. Sun Ruifeng, the representative from the China Democratic Forum also attended the rally and spoke. He said the the Epoch Times' special editorial, the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party is an historical series of articles which initiated the dismantling of the Chinese Communist Party. He condemned the atrocities committed by the regime against religious believers and pointed out that the CCP is against the tide of history, and thus will be discarded by history. He appealed to the Chinese people to withdraw from the Party as soon as possible, in order to have a peaceful future.

The weather that day was not very good, with rain accompanied by heavy wind. But people attending the rally were in high spirits. They appealed to the people's conscience. A German woman was very moved and delivered hot tea to the attendees of the rally.