Why Do They Quit the Chinese Communist Party?
(Minghui.org) Since the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party was published in 2004, over 360 million people have quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organizations, namely, Youth League and Young Pioneers. In recent weeks, an average of around 70,000 people each week have renounced their CCP memberships.
Chinese people chose to stay away from the CCP because they have understood its vicious nature and no longer want to be held responsible when the time comes to seek justice against it for all the crimes committed against innocent people. This can be seen from the online comments below.
Testimonies from Chinese Citizens Who Have Quit the CCP
Wu Ziyou said that during the more than ten years since he joined the CCP, his support for the Party has gradually waned. As a police officer, he found himself turned into “a screw in the regime’s gigantic violence machine.” “I longed for freedom, but my work and life were controlled by the authoritarian regime. Even my breathing was heavy and cautious.”
He then listed many crimes that the CCP has committed, from forced organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners to suppressing human rights attorneys and political dissidents, and from detaining Uyghurs in mass “re-education” camps in Xinjiang, to hiding COVID-19 infection information in Wuhan, and so on.
A group of 156 residents in Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province issued a joint statement, saying, “Being honest and speaking about facts is a dangerous thing in today’s China. People can be put in jail for doing that. Because the CCP is a gangster organization, it will attack you if you expose its lies or viciousness. It is a devil. It will never get better, and will instead turn people as bad as itself.” They announced wanting to quit the “devil organization” and become free of its control.
Luo Yun thanked the media outside of China who had been overcoming the CCP's censorship and delivering uncensored news to people inside China like him. “The frequent occurrence of natural disasters is a wake-up call to all of us. It has also helped me to firm up my decision to break away from the CCP. Freedom [in China] is the people's aspiration and I hope it will come soon.”
Zheng Li said she was ignorant when she joined the Communist Young Pioneers and Youth League while a child. She listed many crimes of the CCP from its early years all the way up to the Tiananmen Square Massacre in 1989. “I believe the CCP will meet its fate for all the bad deeds it has committed.”
Mr. Hu quit the CCP several years ago. He said, “I used my real name to quit the CCP in 2012. My friends and family also renounced the Party using their real names later. Many people in China, including veteran Party members, know in their hearts that the CCP is bad. Some senior CCP officials have lost their confidence in the Party as well.”
Nature of the CCP
The book Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party, whose publication started the movement to quit the CCP, pointed out that the CCP regime is full of violence, hatred, massacres, wars, lies, and threats. History during the past several decades has shown that the CCP is anti-humanity, anti-nature, murderous, and dictatorial. It destroys traditional Chinese culture and rules by violence and terror. In a series of political movements, it has killed millions of landlords, capitalists, intellectuals, and students, creating an atmosphere of terror.
The CCP has kidnapped and silenced dissidents, including human rights lawyers, ethnic minorities, religious believers, and Falun Gong practitioners. It ignores legal procedures, uses the state-controlled apparatus to attack people it deems threats, hold them hostage, and persecute them. This is unimaginable in a modern civilized society, but it is indeed happening in China.
The CCP has continuously brainwashed and poisoned the Chinese people with theories of “atheism” and “anti-China forces” (referring to the U.S. and other Western countries so as to instigate the Chinese people to reject the free world's promotion of universal values and rule of law). Thus many people in China falsely believe that “to love the country, one must love the Party,” and that the Party is their “mother.”
Due to the CCP’s cover-up of the coronavirus outbreak, the virus has spread to the entire world, resulting in over 41 million infection cases and over one million deaths. In the meantime, the CCP profited by selling its low-quality and even defective medical supplies to other countries struggling to contain the virus. The CCP also displayed military power to expand its territories and influence over other countries, with a CCP military general even hinting at a nuclear war with the U.S.
The CCP also bullies other countries and directly interferes with their internal affairs. When the California Senate was about to discuss a resolution to support Falun Gong in 2017, the Chinese Consulate sent a letter to every legislator, demanding that they drop the resolution or China would restrict trade and tourism between California and China. The California Senate ended up setting aside the resolution.
The book How the Specter of Communism Is Ruling Our World (Chapter 18) clearly states: “The CCP is not a political party or regime in the normal sense. It does not represent the Chinese people, but rather represents the communist evil spirit in the human world. To associate with the CCP is to dance with the devil, and to be friendly with the CCP is to appease the devil, to help evil, and to push mankind to the brink of extinction. On the other hand, fighting against the CCP is a battle between good and evil. It is not just a fight for national interests, but rather for the future of humanity.”
On July 23, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called on the world to unite against the CCP. He made it clear that the CCP does not represent the 1.4 billion Chinese citizens as it claims it does. He pledged that the United States will no longer allow the CCP regime to use the Chinese people for its own benefit and that the United States will lead the Free World and stand firmly with the Chinese people to defeat the CCP’s dictatorship and tyranny.
As the second largest economic entity in the world, the CCP has been pushing its communism ideology to other countries with financial incentives. By doing so, it has taken the Chinese people hostage in its attempt to destroy the world. The best way out for the Chinese people is to sever connections with the CCP so as to avoid being held responsible for the CCP’s crimes. This will save China and save the world.