Filing Complaints Against Jiang Zemin Exposes My Human Notions
(Minghui.org) After I first heard about the wave of criminal complaints being filed against Jiang Zemin, former head of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), it took me more than 2 months to mail my own. During that time, many of my human notions were exposed.
Hesitating Because of Fear
I hesitated for a long time before I started to write my complaint letter to the Supreme People's Court of China.
Other practitioners had already mailed theirs, but I was afraid that the local authorities would see my name and address on the documents, including a copy of my identity card, and harass me.
The persecution of Falun Gong in Changchun is still going on, and many practitioners were arrested last May. So I told practitioners in my area that I would study the Fa first and improve my xinxing before filing my complaint.
Writing the Criminal Complaint with Compassion
When I finally picked up my pen and started to write, I looked back over my 16 years of cultivation and the persecution, and realized that Teacher has been protecting me all the time.
The reason I wrote the complaint was to clarify the facts and to seek justice for fellow practitioners who have died during the persecution. It is also a way to save those who work in the judicial system. I asked Master to strengthen my compassion as I wrote.
Resentment after My Letter Was Held Back at the Post Office
I went to the post office alone and successfully mailed my complaint. When I didn't receive a delivery notice after a week, I traced it online. It was still at my local post office.
I was angry that the letter had not been delivered to the court, and I couldn't concentrate over the following days.
A practitioner reminded me that anger is neither compassionate nor tolerant. I agreed but still felt really resentful. I sent forth righteous thought to clear the resentment for many days.
Looking inward, I found that the source of the resentment was due to my attachments of fear and pride.
Many complaint letters in mailed in Changchun have been withheld by the authorities, so practitioners got organized and went to clarify the facts to the postal employees. Some wrote letters to the managers at the post office, some printed and posted fliers exposing the situation, and some printed information on paper currency to let more people know what was going on.
None of this has kept practitioners from mailing their complaints against Jiang. Some practitioners submitted their complaints online, while another suggestion was to travel to Beijing and submit the complaint in person.
Jiang's accomplices who are trying to prevent our complaints from being delivered to the Supreme People's Court or Procuratorate are just committing more crimes.