Japan: Rally Held in Kobe to Support Chinese People Quitting the Chinese Communist Party

To support the 52 million Chinese people who have quit the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated associations, the Global Service Centre for Quitting the CCP in Japan and Falun Gong practitioners held a rally on Sunday, April 5th, 2009, in a busy shopping district in Kobe, Japan.

March to support quitting the CCP proceeds through a busy shopping street in Kobe, Japan

At the rally before the march, a representative from the Epoch Times newspaper said, "Since the Epoch Times first published the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party in November, 2004, it's been widely spread in China and has initiated the great trend of quitting the CCP and its affiliated organisations. As of today, 52 million people have quit the CCP." The representative also said that as the CCP disintegrates, traditional Chinese culture and values will definitely be revived and the future China will become a peaceful, safe, free and prosperous country.

The representative from the Global Service Centre introduced the purpose of establishing the Centre, "The Centre was established in 2005, and its mission is to promote the spiritual awakening of the Chinese people and their withdrawal from the CCP. Events like this one are held frequently around the world. Today in Kobe, a place where Chinese people in Japan gather, this event will spread information about quitting the CCP to more Chinese people and to Japanese society. The trend is changing China and guarantees China a brighter future."

After the rally, the parade went through a busy shopping district in Kobe, announcing to Kobe residents the truth about the CCP, exposing the calamities the CCP has brought to the Chinese people including the brutal persecution of Falun Gong. The Divine Land Marching Band, composed of Falun Gong practitioners, led the two-hour parade. This was the first time the Divine Land Marching Band performed in Kobe. The solemn and divine performance won applause from the residents and many people cheered.

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