Germany: Supporting Eleven Million People Quitting the CCP during the World Cup

On June the 17th 2006, volunteers from The Epoch Times newspaper and Falun Gong practitioners organised an activity in Odeonsplatz, Munich, to support the eleven million people who have withdrawn from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated organisations.

Because it was the World Cup, tourists from all over the world passed by in a steady stream. Volunteers from The Epoch Times distributed leaflets in different languages to help them learn about the grand tide of quitting the CCP in China, inspired by the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party. The CCP regime’s collapse is imminent. The practitioners re-enacted the CCP’s heinous crime of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners. People were shocked and curious of the re-enactment and many were inspired to voice their conscience and denounce the CCP's atrocities.

People were shocked by the CCP’s atrocities of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners

An Argentinean football fan who lives in London saw the practitioners' display boards and live reenactment and immediately signed the petition to oppose the CCP atrocities of persecuting ordinary citizens and trampling upon people’s human rights. He told the Epoch Times volunteers that he had learned about this in London.

As soon as photos of the persecution were displayed, groups of Germans came over to sign the petition to call for an end to the CCP's atrocities. Many said that they had already read some related information. Many football fans from different countries were pleasantly surprised to get leaflets in their own languages. With the gradual unfurling of the World Cup football matches in different cities in Germany and the presence of so many foreign people, these people will all take the facts about the CCP's persecution of the Chinese people home to all corners of the world.

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