Thursday, June 2, 2005


Farewell the Chinese Communist Party & Welcome freedom and democracy in China

On the anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre we invite you to, 16 years after the tragic events of the Tiananmen Square Massacre, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) continues to carry out campaign after campaign of brutal suppression of innocent people. From the persecution of Falun Gong, to Christians, to political dissidents, the Tiananmen Square Massacre was just one incident in a continuum of violence and suppression that is characteristic of the CCP's history. Since 1949, more than 80 million people have died as a direct result of the CCP's tyranny.

We invite peace loving people around the world to mourn the young lives that died for daring to seek liberty and freedom from the CCP. At the same time, the event is a celebration in anticipation of the collapse of the world's most deadly regime, an event that will be even more significant than the 1989 fall of the Berlin Wall.

Currently, an average of 20,000 people every day are publicly declaring their resignation from the Party or its affiliate organisations. Come June 4, it is estimated that over

Two million Chinese people will have quit the Chinese Communist Party

The recent flood of departures has been attributed to an exclusive report by The Epoch Times called the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party, Published in over 30 countries, the extraordinary report reveals the mass public deception that accompanied the formation and development of the CCP, the untold killings and CCP's pursuit to destroy traditional culture.

Events and parades are to be held in many cities around the world simultaneously. Please join us in supporting the millions of people who are still denied fundamental human rights and liberty.

12 noon, Saturday 4 June, 2005
George Street Parade -- Assembly & Speeches at Martin Place

Thank you
Rally Organising Committee
Sydney Contacts: Kelly Zhan 0410 167 158,
David Rubacek 0425 867 585

Farewell to the CCP. FREE CHINA Free China (Farewell to the CCP)
Fax: (02) 8568 6166


By Free China and Justice Action 2 June 2005



Justice Action supports the right of people everywhere to assemble publicly and peacefully express their protests against repressive authorities.

Freedom the world over is intimately interconnected and repression too is now a globalised phenomena.

Australians have had this demonstrated to us recently in the suppression of free speech that accompanied the 2003 visits of George Bush and Hu Jintao - a suppression that even included the Australian parliament itself.

Justice Action particularly shares the struggle of those fighting for the rights and freedom of prisoners everywhere - whether held in NSW prisons, Chinese re-education camps or Guantanamo Bay. Prison systems, too, are a globalised crime against the freedoms and aspirations of all of humanity.

Justice Action calls on the Chinese government to immediately release all those it has imprisoned for speaking against the government or simply for following a personal or spiritual path.

We also call for justice, humane treatment and quick release for the millions of people currently detained and abused by Chinese authorities.

For Co-ordinator
Justice Action