The Nine Commentaries On the Communist Party (the Nine Commentaries) has initiated a tidal wave of withdrawals from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) since it's introduction on November 18, 2004. More than 13 million Chinese people have publicly announced their withdrawals from the CCP and it's related organizations through The Epoch Times website over the past two years. Not even the internet blockade has been able to stop people from posting their withdrawal statements. Many go so far as to put them on bulletin boards, license plates, telephone poles, and advertisement columns.
Information on the Nine Commentaries and on withdrawing from the CCP can be found just about anywhere. Truth clarifying DVDs, booklets, pamphlets, posters, and even banners can be found frequently occupying space at governmental agencies, National People's Congress, parks, tourist sites, work places, educational institutions, hospitals, stores, along the streets and in residential areas. Sometimes these materials last for several months to a year before they are removed.
Gao Dawei, spokesperson for the Global Service Center for Quitting the CCP said, “The emergence of resignations and slogans in large quantities goes to show that quitting the CCP has become a reality, has broken free of the CCP's information blockade and has removed the inner fears of the Chinese people. It is certain that the wave of resignations around China will help more Chinese people realize the vile nature of the CCP, reexamine their own pasts and futures and dare to envision a new China. Those who speak out against communism are the hope of China.”
According to a Clearwisdom.net report on August 5, 2006, posters publicizing the Nine Commentaries as well as encouragement for people to quit the CCP were found at the Taihangshan Grand Canyon tourist site in Huguan County, Shanxi Province.
On May 16, 2006, posters and truth clarification materials have been spotted in the residential areas, parks, shopping and daycare centers, etc., on Xinjian Street, Taoyuan Lane, North Taoyuan Street, and North Street near the Taiyuan City Council and city government buildings.
On April 18, 2006, Clearwisdom.net reported that posters promoting the withdrawal from the CCP could be seen during the the National People's Congress and the Political Consultative Conference. Such posters can be seen frequently in government agencies, the National People's Congress, parks, tourist sites, educational institutes, hospitals, stores, various workplaces, and residential areas.
Shandong Province According to a Clearwisdom.net report on April 29, 2006, news of ten million people quitting the CCP appeared along the streets in Jinan City.
Many large stones in the popular Jinan Dafotou tourist site have phrases written all over them such as, “The world needs Truthfulness-Compassion-Forbearance. Falun Dafa is Good. Don't believe the lies on TV,” and “Read the Nine Commentaries . The Heavens will eradicate the CCP.”
Clearwisdom.net reported on May 3rd, 2005 that declarations of withdrawal from the CCP had suddenly appeared in several districts in Shanghai City.
Clearwisdom.net reported on September 1st 2005 that withdrawal statements, introductory articles about the Nine Commentaries , The Epoch Times statements, and ways to quit the CCP began to appear on the streets of Shijiazhuang City. Most of them were found in Hebei Normal University, Hebei Economic and Trade University and Shijianzhuang Vocational Technology Institute, as well as other universities. All of the aforementioned flyers were also found on the door of the Shijiazhuang jail. This report coincides with the point in time when the world was expressing it's support for the four million brave citizens who had thus far withdrawn from the CCP.Changchun City
On August 14th, 2005, Clearwisdom.net reported that on the afternoon of July 20th an amazing sight appeared in the city of Changchun City, Jiling Province. Resignation statements could be seen almost everywhere, signifying yet another significant blow to the Communist Party. These statements were neatly glued to walls, electric poles, and doors all along the roads. The people who resign from the CCP come from all different backgrounds, including technical workers, mechanical staff, teachers, and just about every other profession imaginable.
Beijing City, Tianjin City and Other Areas of Hebei Province
Between July 17th and 19th people from Beijing City, Tianjing City, Heibei Province, and around the world had miraculously delivered 80,000 copies of the Nine Commentaries as well as information on quitting the CCP to people of all different backgrounds in just three days. They post flyers on streets, public transportation, metros, and various public places. The advocates said that there are flyers posted at every stop of the Beijing metro.
It was reported on June 6th 2005 that before and after June 4th 2005 slogans stating, “Declare your withdrawal from the CCP”, “Withdrawal from the CCP exceeds two million”, “the heavens want to destroy the CCP, resign to ensure your safety”, appeared on the streets of Nanning City, Guangxi Province. Posters further advocating withdrawal from the CCP appeared as well. These were found on street and park benches, the walls and gates around swimming pools, road signs, on public transportation, and electricity poles.
On May 28th 2005, Clearwisdom.net reported that in the early morning of May 23rd many flyers appeared simultaneously in Hubei Xiaogan Park, arousing the curiosity of many passersby. Since then, people often stop to read and discuss the book of The Nine Commentaries and a DVD that was left at the location.
On May 24th 2005 the minghui net reported that on April 5th, many flyers, declarations of resignation, copies of the Nine Commentaries , pictures, and various other truth clarification materials appeared on the streets of Harbin. These materials were posted on electricity poles, stores, phone booths, doors, park walls, and gazebos.
According to a Clearwisdom report on April 27th 2005, Slogans advocating resignation from the Chinese Communist Party appeared on Shaoguan and Qujiang of Guangdong.