China’s human rights awareness campaign is resonating with Australians in the region


Joey Huang landed in Australia as a skilled immigrant in 2015 and has a PhD and 15 years of experience in transportation planning in Shanghai. But the main reason for his move was to escape the persecution of Falun Gong by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

Blowing the air of freedom into the Southern Hemisphere, Huang takes every opportunity to gather support to end persecution, but also to people about the cruel human rights of the CCP to awaken Australians to the threat of the administration. I have told you.

Inspired by a global petition campaignEnd CCP“—Started in June 2020— Huang recently joined a volunteer group on the Weekend Car Tour Initiative across the New South Wales region to raise awareness of the Chinese Communist Party’s tyranny and its penetration into Australia.

The car tour began in February, with volunteers visiting nearly 10 rural towns, including Goulbourn, Wollongong, and Lithgow, to put up “End CCP” posters and collect signatures on petitions. The message is clear and loud. Reject CCP and remain true to Australian values.

“Our plan is to cover 100 New South Wales City (Shah) Councils outside the Sydney metropolitan area by the end of this year,” said a senior engineer currently working for a Sydney-based company. Told the Epoch Times.

He shared that the tour aims to expose more Australians to the essence of CCP and to clarify how it interferes with Australian values ​​and national interests.

“The pandemic is a call to the world for the true character of the Chinese Communist Party,” he said, to quickly conceal Beijing’s outbreak, continue to refuse to share honest data, and control it. Explained the active promotion of the agenda. The world has urged democracies to reset their relations with China.

He added that the Australian government is leading the world in opposition to the penetration of CCPs and that communities need to understand the nature of China’s regime to support Australia’s values.

“Australian farmers have been blamed for the trade war caused by the Chinese Communist Party for the past 12 months,” Huang said, citing the growing economic coercion of the Chinese administration and a promotional campaign against Australia. It was.

“We have a duty to help them understand the truth about CCP, especially its demonic nature.”

Huang’s view is also reflected in Falun Gong learner Kelly Chen, who also took a car tour.

A former university lecturer in China said that while more Australians are aware of the aggression of CCP, most of them are not yet aware of its anti-human nature.

“We, who have lived for decades under the Chinese Communist Party, have all experienced a thorough brainwashing and the indescribable pain of the soul after noticing its lies and deception,” she said. Told to.

“The Chinese Communist Party, as many Westerners think, is far worse than simply being corrupt or warlike,” she added. “It’s a demon set up to destroy humanity as a whole.”

Another volunteer, Diana Fusen, contacted a pastor in a local town to get help with the initiative. One of the key points she emphasized is the fact that CCP promotes and implements atheism.

“I’m trying to dismantle the values ​​of Judaism and Christianity that have supported Western society for thousands of years, so I emailed them that no one is really safe within the reach of the CCP.” She told the Epoch Times.

Hoosen also reveals that the campaign is not anti-Chinese and not politically relevant.

“Many of my colleagues and I love Chinese traditions and we all have a wide range of connections with Chinese relatives and friends,” she wrote in a contact email. “We love them. We believe that many Chinese Communists and police officers are all victims of the Communist Party administration.”

Many pastors appreciate the information, and almost all pastors share their petitions with those who attend church.

“Some ministers have never heard of forced organ removal,” Hoosen said. “We open the opportunity for people to know the truth and take a moral position.”

The message of “CCP end” is also sympathizing with the local community. Most passers-by stopped listening and signed, and some took family and friends to write down the signature.

At the Tahmoor Town Center at the Wollondilly Shire Council, a woman offered to spread her message and was able to get 20 signatures within 10 minutes.

In Mosbert, an 85-year-old woman who is about to lose sight moved here from Hungary 60 years ago, telling volunteers that she is familiar with the badness of communism, and having a hard time signing a petition. Did.

In Lisgow, local Daniel Bryce praised the courage of volunteers and raised concerns about family safety in China.

“Thank you for taking such a risk to reveal the truth,” he told Huang after signing the petition. “I know there are CCP agents everywhere, and I’m also worried about your family in China,” he added. “Be careful and keep them and yourself safe.”

The Global Service Center has launched a “CCP Termination” petition to resign from the Chinese Communist Party. As of May 16, 2021, we have collected over 900,000 signatures worldwide.

The car tour also brought to the community Falun Dafa or Falun Gong, a traditional Buddhist spiritual practice based on the principles of “truth, compassion, and forgiveness,” first opened to the public by Li Hongzhi in 1992.

Falun Dafa has gained widespread popularity in mainland China, has spread around the world, and is taught free of charge.

Falun Dafa Chinese practitioners have been the focus of ongoing campaigns for detention, torture and organ removal by the Chinese administration.