A March and A Rally in the U.S. Capital to Support 3 Million People Withdrawing from the Communist Party (Photos)

PureInsight | July 25, 2005

[PureInsight.org] On the steaming hot Friday of July 22, 2005, over 2,000 Chinese and western people from about 50 countries marched and rallied in the United States' capital, Washington, DC, to support the 3 million people worldwide that have withdrawn from the evil Chinese Communist Party (CCP).

The grand march began at noon from Farragut Square in Washington, DC and arrived at the Lincoln Memorial at 1:00 P.M. where the rally took place. Lawmakers from the United States, Canada and Sweden, pro-democracy activists and Mr. Chen Yonglin, a former Chinese diplomat who defected to Australia to renounce the Chinese Communist Party, gave speeches at the rally to support the global trend to withdraw from the Communist Party, a phenomenon triggered by The Epoch Times' "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party."

Photos of the Grand March

Left: Fabric petitions with signatures of the people who support the cause.
Right: Blue banner: "Withdraw from the CCP and its affiliated organizations to stop being political."

Photos of the Rally at the Lincoln Memorial

Left: Center banner with yellow borders: "Salute to Mr. Chen Yonglin for his courage in revealing the truth about the CCP."
Right: Giant banner: "3 million people worldwide have parted from the CCP"

Yellow Poster: "There will finally be peace in China when the CCP collapses."
Blue Poster: "The CCP is the source of all riots. Withdrawing from it will restore peace."

Blue Poster: "The Heavens are about to abolish the CCP. Withdraw from it now to save yourself."
Yellow Poster: "There will finally be peace in China when the CCP collapses."

Blue Banner: "Part with the CCP and embrace freedom"
Mr. Chen Yonglin giving a speech at the rally

Left: A small play to prompt the current members of the CCP to read "The Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party" and withdraw from the CCP
Right: A large cloth petition with thousands of signatures from people who support the cause

Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2005/7/23/33206.html

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