Bumper Crop after Quitting the CCP
(Minghui.org) A small village in Heilongjiang Province experienced a bumper crop, while the neighboring villages had only an average yield from their fields despite the same growing conditions.
Farmers from the neighboring villages asked why things had turned out so well for that village. The soil, weather, seeds, fertilizers and growing conditions were similar, but my husband's village had an exceptional harvest.
During the Chinese New Year, my husband went to his village to spend the holidays with family. I asked him to help his friends and family in the village quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliates
When he returned home, he brought with him a list of more than a hundred names of people who agreed to quit the CCP. Most of them were his school mates, close friends and relatives.
The next year, an extraordinary thing happened. Their village had an unprecedented bumper crop. In spring, the villagers planted fields of soybeans. By autumn their fields had reaped a huge harvest, while neighboring villages got average returns.
All 47 Workers Quit the CCP
Around eight years ago, my husband's younger brother came to our city to work as a temporary laborer. Life was hard and he fell ill. I took him to a doctor and tried my best to improve his living conditions.
He later introduced me to one of his close friends, who was a Youth League secretary in their village (a low level Party official). He knew a lot of people and I persuaded him to take me to his fellow villagers who were also working in our city, so that I could tell them the facts about Falun Gong.
We went to the worker's dormitory where I talked to 47 people who were from the same village. After we talked for about 15 minutes, most everyone understood the facts about Falun Gong and agreed to quit the CCP. People expected that the CCP would be out of power in the near future and they did not want to be a part of it any longer.
There were a few who still had doubts and some even made rude comments. I patiently explained things to them and in the end, all 47 workers renounced their party membership.