Two Police Officers Make the Right Choice
(Minghui.org) As more and more people in China understand Falun Dafa and the evil nature of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), they've started doing the right things to support Dafa and denounce the CCP.
Police Officer: “Get out!”
A Falun Dafa practitioner's family member related this incident.
A man rushed into the police station, saying that he wanted to report a crime.
When an officer asked him about it, the man said, “I know that so-and-so practices Falun Dafa.”
“Okay,” the police officer said and nothing else.
The man was surprised. He had expected the officer to ask for more information so that he could go and make an arrest, since it is still CCP policy to persecute Falun Dafa practitioners.
Seeing the man still standing there, the officer asked, “Why are you still here?”
“Is that it?” responded the man.
“If that isn't it, then what? Get out of here!” barked the officer.
The man left.
Police Officer: “I quit the CCP a long time ago!”
A Falun Dafa practitioner asked a man on the street, “Hey, are you a police officer?”
“Yes,” the man answered with some caution, “what do you want?”
“I just want to tell you: Please don't persecute Falun Dafa practitioners. They are good people.”
The officer relaxed and said, “I know. I have never persecuted them. Other policemen have, but not me.”
“Have you quit the CCP?”
“I quit a long time ago! One of my relatives practices Falun Dafa. I know Dafa is good!”
A Man on the Street: “The CCP is totally rotten!”
A Falun Dafa practitioner handed a man on the street a package of information about Falun Dafa and the persecution.
Glancing at the brochures, the man said, “I really like to read these things. Falun Dafa practitioners are telling the truth!” Then he started enumerating the bad things the CCP has done.
In the end, he said, “The CCP is totally rotten! It should have already collapsed. From its Central Committee to local officials, not one of them is good or honest.”
He left his work address with the practitioner and asked him to drop off a copy when anything new came out.