CCP Withdrawals Appear on Chinese Currency

November 19, 2005 Updated: August 21, 2015

Information recently from Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Nanchang, Wuhan, Shenyang, Changsha, Chengdu and other cities indicates that statements of withdrawing from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have appeared on Chinese currency. Short slogans extolling the “Nine Commentaries,” Falun Gong and bringing ex-dictator Jiang Zemin to justice have also been seen on some of the currency.

A friend in Chengdu said, “This is not news anymore. I noticed a person doing this many months ago.” Other friends also said, “When we get change while shopping in the stores, statements such as ‘Read the Nine Commentaries, quit the CCP quickly for self-salvation and to ensure peace and safety’ were written on the bills. Many people have seen and used these bills.”

A friend in Beijing said that when he was on a bus, he heard a ticket-taker saying that she had recently found statements about “The Nine Commentaries,” quitting the CCP, or the Global Coalition to Bring Jiang Zemin to Justice on the money from her ticket-vending machines. She said, “How can I turn in these bills?”

Today a person on the Internet sent in a link with pictures of statements of quitting the party on 1-yuan, 5-yuan, and 10-yuan bills. The person added a caption, “1-yuan bill is the most convenient for taking the bus.”

A 5-yuan bill with statement reading “Withdraw from the evil party, widely spread The Nine Commentaries.” (The Epoch Times)