Experience Sharing with Dafa Practitioners Overseas Regarding the Current Situation in Flushing, New York

A Dafa Disciple in Mainland China

PureInsight | December 1, 2008

[PureInsight.org] Yesterday, I saw news from the Internet that the Service Center for Quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) in Flushing, New York was verbally and physically assaulted by a pro-CCP mob. They overturned the table and made false accusations against Falun Gong practitioners. I just want to share with practitioners on how to look at this incident.

Our ultimate goal is to save people. It will help us to clarify the truth if we look at things from this perspective. Before when we clarified the truth about the persecution, we talked about the persecution happening in China. The regular American people just listened to our stories. They did not see the persecution in person. Therefore, they may have fully believed it or not. This Flushing incident happened in America. People witnessed this in person. They could see the great benevolence and tolerance that Falun Dafa practitioners demonstrated and the immoral behavior of those who aligned themselves with the Chinese Communist Party. It showed the “fake, evil and violent” true nature of the CCP. It helps the American people understand the true evil nature of the CCP. People who have a conscience will stay away from the CCP, quit the CCP, and finally be saved.

We should not be afraid of what the CCP will do. Even the severe persecution in China did not scare the Dafa disciples there. There is nothing to be scared about for the Dafa disciples overseas. Even though the evil’s intention is bad, the final result will always end up helping Dafa disciples. All these are examples of the vivid persecution that the Dafa practitioners outside of China have experienced. We should take advantage of this opportunity to clarify the truth to the American people, to clarify the truth to the people around world, and to offer salvation to sentient beings.

This is only my personal understanding. Please kindly point out any mistakes.

Translated from: http://www.zhengjian.org/zj/articles/2008/10/17/55426.html


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