Changing Views Toward Jiang Zemin Spread Through China

August 18, 2015

(Minghui.org) A practitioner told me that local police were planning to search my home a couple of days ago. So I immediately called a close friend and asked if I could move some materials and my printer to her house. She agreed, and shortly afterward, she and her husband arrived in their car.

I decided to go to their house to help move my things. On the way over there, I told her, “We filed a lawsuit against Jiang Zemin.” She immediately said, “Wow, you are doing the right thing. We have all hoped for this day for a long time.”

My friend has had a positive attitude about Falun Gong for several years. She was supportive of my practicing after the communist regime began to persecute Falun Gong. This has brought them good fortune, as their business raising cattle and chickens has always been profitable.

Police Officers Quit their Party Affiliations

I heard a knock on the door when I was chatting with my daughter a few days ago. I thought it was my son, but as soon as I opened the door, two officers came in.

They came and knocked on the door on July 30, 2015, but we did not answer it. This time, I knew they were sent to harass me after I sued Jiang. Without wasting time, I asked if they ever joined the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Both said they never joined the Party, but that they were members of the Communist Young Pioneers as children.

After I explained about the quitting the CCP movement, they both agreed to quit their memberships in the Young Pioneers. They were very happy. “Thank you so much,” they both said.

I later learned that these two officers had come to another practitioner’s home before, and that the practitioner told them about the persecution and encouraged them to quit the Party. But apparently the officers were not ready to do so at that time. Our conversation must have changed their minds.

Chinese version available

Category: Grassroots Resistance in China

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