The CCP labor camps had a regulation that detainees had to squat down while talking with a guard or a CCP official. The CCP’s excuse for making such a regulation was, as the guards constantly said to the detainees, “As a detainee, you have to obey our control and education. You have to always remember your bumble status.”
Not long after I was put in the labor camp, all the Dafa practitioners in the labor camp went on a strike for resisting the persecution. Thereafter all the Dafa practitioners refused to squat down when talking with any guard or CCP official.
The guards thus persecuted us by various means, including locking us into the confinement cells and prolonging our stay in the labor camp. But we all stood firm.
Thereafter, Dafa practitioners stood equally while talking with them.
The CCP labor camps had another regulation about lifting the CCP flag every Monday morning and that all the detainees had to swear allegiance to the flag.
All of the Dafa practitioners refused to swear allegiance to the flag.
The guards asked me, “Don’t you love your country?”
I said: The CCP couldn’t represent the Chinese race. Loving my country didn’t mean loving a certain party. I was faithful to Truth but not to a certain party.
Due to the Dafa practitioners’ resistance of the persecution, the guards feel frightened to have all of the Dafa practitioners detained in the Third Brigade, so they transferred a part of the Dafa practitioners to the other three brigades of the labor camp.
Wei and I were transferred to the Fourth Brigade and the First Brigade.