Chinese Regime

Canadian MPs: Regime Change Ahead as Chinese Renounce Communist Party Membership

The publication of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party triggers a tidal wave of Chinese people quitting the Chinese Communist Party. Currently more than 184 thousand people quit the CCP every day. (Dai Bing/Epoch Times)
The publication of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party triggers a tidal wave of Chinese people quitting the Chinese Communist Party. Currently more than 184 thousand people quit the CCP every day. (Dai Bing/Epoch Times)

OTTAWA, Canada—Some Canadian parliamentarians believe a regime change in China is on the horizon with so many people having quit the Chinese Communist Party. One...




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