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18 months ago we started work on this feature-length documentary. Through the candid and intimate testimony of the people responsible for non-violent revolutions our film seeks to tell the story of how people power can be used topple dictators.

To make this film our director (Ruaridh Arrow pictured left) slept overnight in Tahrir Square in Cairo at the height of the February revolution. He’s met the leaders of the Syrian pro-democracy movement and the people responsible for overthrowing dictators in Serbia and Ukraine. He has spent time with Gene and his colleagues as they spread their message of effective non-violent revolution.

The film reveals how the leaders of an uprising in one country train the participants in the next and how social media now threatens dictators and tyrants around the world in ways that were unimaginable just a decade ago.

Not only is this documentary an important film of record of the civil uprisings that have shaken the world in the last decade but we also hope it will help inspire future pro-democracy movements develop their strategies for non-violent revolution in the face of apparently overwhelming odds.


A documentary following the life and work of revolutionary academic Gene Sharp who wrote “From Dictatorship to Democracy” the book used to topple dictatorships all over the world.

HOW TO START A REVOLUTION is a new documentary film revealing how one man’s work has helped millions of people achieve freedom in the face of oppression and tyranny.

Gene Sharp is a shy, modest and little-known man. But his work has inspired a generation of people to challenge dictators through non-violent action in a tidal wave of revolutionary spirit and reform that has swept from Eastern Europe, though Asia and to the Middle East and North Africa.

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No More CCP

Dong Li, the interviewee, expressed his personal experience under the totalitarian ruling by the Chinese Communist Party (the CCP)

No More CCP

5 and a half years after the publication, Nine Commentaries, being published by Epoch Times in November 2004, there are more than 75 millions of Chinese in mainland China have rescind their membership to the Chinese Communist Party (the CCP).

On the date of June 19th of 2010, Falun Dafa believers gathered at China Town Square in Chicago to celebrate this historic moment. 3 Speakers took turn to explaine that by quitting the membership and by not participating any activities host by the CCP, then, the CCP will be dissolved over night in a peaceful way without any war involved because they saw an example happened 20 years ago that Sovient Union communist party dissolved over night. Chinese will finally breathe the free and relaxing air again that they missed for 62 years due to the totalitarianism since 1948. What have the CCP done wrong to its people is that the bloody nature of killing, controlling human being’s mind, thought, speech, believes by creating struggle and terror.

Today, we have interviewed Mr. Dong Li during the rally at China Town Square in Chicago. Dong Li is State of Michigan based Falun Dafa believer has taken part of this historic event. Let’s now listen to what he has to say about his personal experience with the CCP.

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Google co-founder Sergey Brin participates in a panel discussion in February. -Reuters

Brin Drove Google to Pull Back in China
By JESSICA E. VASCELLARO for Technology of Wall Street Journal
March 24, 2010

Google Inc. co-founder Sergey Brin pushed the Internet giant to take the risky step of abandoning its China-based search engine as that country’s efforts to censor the Web and suppress dissidents smacked of the “totalitarianism” of his youth in the Soviet Union.

In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Mr. Brin, who came to the U.S. from Russia at the age of 6 in 1979, said the compromises to do business in the world’s largest Internet market had become too great. Finally, a cyberattack that the company traced to Chinese hackers, which stole some of Google’s proprietary computer code and attempted to spy on Chinese activists’ emails, was the “straw that broke the camel’s back.”

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Residents in Liaoning Announce Autonomy in Support of China’s Interim Government
by Thai Ton for Epoch Times
Feb. 18, 2008
On Thursday, February 14, 2008, a number of residents from China’s northeast Liaoning Province wrote a letter to China Affairs —an overseas Chinese political commentary magazine, to announce their autonomy and support for the China Interim Government.

The author of the announcement Xinzhi (“new government”) states in the letter that those who support self-rule individually talk to people they know about quitting the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its affiliated associations and deliver information on self-rule to them. They persuade people to, on a family basis, to dispose of flags and books of the CCP at home, not to attend meetings or performances sponsored by the authority; not to pay taxes or grains (farmers), and not to cooperate with the CCP in a non-violent way.

Financially, the supporters said they will be prepared to listen to overseas radio and watch TV for timely information, to exchange renminbi for foreign currencies, and be ready for the interim period after the CCP disintegrates.

The following is the full content of the letter provided by China Affairs.

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July 2008
China’s Guerrilla War for the Web
by David Bandurski for Far Eastern Economic Review

They have been called the “Fifty Cent Party,” the “red vests” and the “red vanguard.” But China’s growing armies of Web commentators—instigated, trained and financed by party organizations—have just one mission: to safeguard the interests of the Communist Party by infiltrating and policing a rapidly growing Chinese Internet. They set out to neutralize undesirable public opinion by pushing pro-Party views through chat rooms and Web forums, reporting dangerous content to authorities.

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Former Chairman Hua Guo-Feng Requests To Quit The Communist Party

by Denis Wu for Sound Of Hope Radio Network
August 15th, 2008

On August 14, as a former general secretary of the Communist Party, Hua Guo-Feng, asked to withdraw from the Chinese Communist Party, causing a stir in the political arena. Subsequently, he was prohibited from travelling overseas.

In Japan, a suspected pro-communist publication, “Asahi Shimbun”, reported that former CCP General Secretary, Hua Guo-Feng had withdrawn from the Communist Party, causing a lot of shockwaves.

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