According to statistics from the Global Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the number of people who announced their withdrawal from the Young Pioneers, Communist Youth League, and Communist Party has exceeded 400 million. That milestone was achieved on the website for quitting the CCP at 7 p.m. Beijing time (7 a.m. Eastern U.S. time) on Aug. 3, 2022 (referred to as the three withdrawals).
The Epoch Times published a series titled “Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party” in November 2004 to expose communism and the evil nature of the Chinese Communist Party and its tricks used to deceive its people. At the same time, on Jan. 12, 2005, a “Solemn Declaration” was released, calling on the masses to make the “three withdrawals” (withdrawal from the CCP’s Young Pioneers, Communist Youth League, and Communist Party to eliminate the seal of evil).
In February 2005, the founder of Falun Gong, Mr. Li Hongzhi, published a statement on his withdrawal from the Communist Youth League titled “Rerun the Wheel” in the Epoch Times and another related article titled “Turn the Wheel to the World.” Since then, the number of individuals making the three withdrawals has skyrocketed from a few hundred per day to tens of thousands per day. As a result, the worldwide quitting the CCP service center and the global CCP quitting service center was founded.
According to statistics from the Center for Quitting the CCP, the total number of people who did the ‘three withdrawals’ in 2005 was 6,752,841, and the average number of people who quit daily was 18,500. The total number of people who quit in 2006 was 10,051,631, and the average number of people who quit in a day was 27,538. The total number of people who quit in 2007 was 13,439,894, and the average number of people who quit daily was 36,821.
After that, the three withdrawals gradually increased yearly, especially in 2014, 2015, and 2016, when the number of ‘three-withdrawals’ increased significantly. The total number of ‘three withdrawals’ in 2014 was 34,998,649 people, and the average daily was 95,886. In 2015, the total number of three withdrawals was 34,563,854, and the average daily was 94,965. In 2016, the number peaked at 37,209,023 people, with an average of 101,943 people quitting daily.
In the following years, the total number of people doing “three withdrawals” grew.
Since the CCP took power in mainland China, it has announced the establishment of so-called “communism,” requiring elites to join the Young Pioneers, the Communist Youth League, and Communist Party, only those who follow it can achieve a certain social status. As a result, many Chinese have joined the Young Pioneers, the Communist Youth League, and some have joined the Communist Party involuntarily.
Currently, the number of “three withdrawals” has surpassed 400 million. News commentator Mizhen believes that the “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party” have contributed significantly to this 18-year awakening movement.
Dr. Wang Youqun specialized in writing speeches for Wei Jianxing, a former member of the Politburo Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China and Secretary of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection. He believes that 400 million people choose the “three withdrawals” as a great event to end the CCP’s autocracy, dissolve it, and rebuild tomorrow’s China.
This phenomenon indicates:
First, they (those who make the three withdrawals) have awakened after decades of oppression and deception by the CCP. They have realized the evil nature of its constant killing of people to establish its power and reliance on ongoing killing to prolong the life of the CCP.
Second, they are not willing to be the CCP’s tools to harm others, harm themselves, their children, and grandchildren. Much less do they want to serve the CCP as sacrifices and burial objects with the CCP in the process of purification, facing the grand judge, and the last great elimination of the CCP.
Third, they chose between right and wrong, good and evil.
Fourth, 400 million Chinese people were dissatisfied with the CCP, despised it, and broke away from it, making the CCP appear strong on the outside but internally turbulent and not united. Today in the CCP, from top to bottom, no one believes in its so-called communism. It is maintained solely on the fascination with power, money, interests of a group of people, and the fear of being targeted and killed by it. The withdrawal from the CCP by 400 million Chinese will indeed become a powerful impetus to end the evil of the CCP.