To the People of Mainland China: Those Who Cannot Access the Internet Can Post their Declaration to Withdraw from the CCP at Appropriate Public Places
(Mingui.org) Over the past three months, more and more people have realized the true nature of the Communist Party. Along with this understanding, a wave of withdrawals from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have surged forth with great momentum, as a large number of people have posted their withdrawal declarations from the Communist Party, the Communist Youth League and the Young Pioneers on the Internet. At the moment, the number of people who are able to send their withdrawal declarations to the Epoch Times website via various channels surpasses 10,000 a day, and the total number of declarations on the website has reached 200,000. The number of people seeking to make a declaration to break away from the Communist Party is still increasing.
Of the 1.3 billion people in Mainland China, most of them, due to all kinds of external factors, have joined the Young Pioneers, the Youth League or the CCP at some stage in their life. Because of this, the fate of each of those 1.3 billion Chinese people is tied to whether or not he or she can make a withdrawal declaration from those organizations in time. Due to the tight blockade on the Internet by the CCP (main reason), plus the fact that the Chinese people vary in their level of education, many people are temporarily unable to make their withdrawal declarations on the Internet, although they want to. Many Falun Gong practitioners in Mainland China also face the same difficulty.
Those who are not able to access the Internet feel quite anxious. They hope they can make a withdrawal declaration via a different channel, as every second counts. Here, we make this special announcement: Under the critical circumstances at the moment, people in Mainland China who want to protect themselves by immediately withdrawing from the Communist Party, please continue to try to break through the Internet blockade to send your "three withdrawal declarations" to www.dajiyuan.com. Those who indeed have difficulty accessing the Internet at the moment may write their withdrawal declarations in big characters with the headline "Declaration to Withdraw from the Communist Party" (or from the Youth League or the Young Pioneers) on top of a piece of paper and post this declaration at an appropriate public place. This way, they can openly express their intention for the time being, while continuing to search for a way to post their declaration on the Internet.
As for Falun Gong practitioners in Mainland China, if you really have difficulty accessing the Internet, as a Chinese citizen, you may also do it this way. The reason for Falun Gong practitioners to withdraw from the Communist Party, the Youth League or the Young Pioneers is to more effectively offer the world's people salvation, and the focus is not on self-protection. You should therefore consider primarily how to help people become more receptive to the situation and pay more attention to the impact on society.
March 9, 2005