China’s historical setting and the fate of the Communist Regime


October 1st is when the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) celebrates the founding of its People’s Republic. Its State Council on Wednesday held a reception at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing to celebrate the 71st anniversary of PRC.

Ironically before the National Day celebration, putting aside the difficult social problems, Xi Jinping summoned the Politburo for a collective study on archaeology.

After over 70 years of rule that betrays the nation’s long-cherished values and traditions, the Communist Regime has today come to its doom.

Is the CCP leadership giving a signal to learn from Chinese ancestors at this critical time?

History is a mirror

Chinese learn from history. Dynasties come and go; powers rise and fall. The nation takes notes from the waves of the roaring waves of the Yellow and Yangtze Rivers.

The Chinese nation has a long tradition of keeping historical records. It is largely as a result of these records that the Chinese civilization, concerning not only the ancient past of China but also of its neighbors, has survived.

The written history of China dates back some 3,000 – 5,000 years. Centuries of migration, amalgamation, and development brought about a distinctive system of writing, philosophy, art, and political organization that came to be recognizable as Chinese civilization.

The process of Grand Han assimilation and cultural fusion continued over the centuries through conquest and colonization until China Proper was brought under unified rule.

The country witnessed its glory during periods in the Zhou, Han, Tang, Song and Qing Dynasties, and thus makes its countrymen proud for thousands of years.

Chinese history was written mostly by members of the ruling scholar-official class and was meant to provide the ruler with precedents to guide or justify his policies that are based on traditional values and traditions.

With a focus on dynastic politics, colorful court accounts, as well as revolts of the commoners, ancient historians described a political pattern of dynasties, one following another in a cycle of ascent, achievement, decay, and rebirth under a new family.

In history, “the country, long divided, must be unified and long unified, must be united.” Whether unified or united, there has been the rule of the Heavens.

Emperor Taizong of the Tang Dynasty said, “Learning from history, one can know the rise and fall.”

On October 1, 1949, the People’s Republic of China was formally established. “The Chinese people have stood up!” declared Chairman Mao as he announced the creation of a “people’s democratic dictatorship.”

Under the dictatorship of Mao, China has been carried away in the wrong direction against its historical cultures and traditions. The transition to socialism (1953-1957), the Great Leap Forward (1958-1960), the Readjustment and Recovery (1961-1965), and the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976) caused huge destruction to its cultures and disasters to its people.

Since 1978, especially the crackdown of student protests at Tiananmen Square in 1989, economic development has not brought about a change in its political system. On the contrary, the communist dictatorship was strengthened under the reign of President Jiang Zemin.

The enthronement of Xi Jinping in 2012 brought the darkest days in Chinese history when we saw widespread human rights violations with lawyers and activists persecuted, religious practitioners tortured, a continuation of organ harvesting, over one million Xinjiang Uighurs put into concentration camps, the brutal crackdown of Hong Kong’s democracy, and cultural genocide in Mongolia and other ethnic areas.

Tu Mu said in his prose “One Ah Fang Palace”, “It’s the Six States themself that have brought themselves to destruction, not Qin. It’s Qin that has brought itself to destruction, not the countrymen.”

The people who are to eliminate the CCP will not be the United States; they will not be the ordinary Chinese people or any external forces. It must be the internal struggle within the CCP.

Today, it’s the CCP itself that has brought the Communist dictatorship to collapse, not the world people.

Surely, the tide has turned. The theme for the world is the advancement of freedom, democracy and protection of human rights.

China shall not be excluded.

The legitimacy to rule

By “Mandate of Heaven”, the Chinese have developed a country with a strong sense of their historic and mythological origins around their domain as the center of the world.

By calling their self-sufficient country Zhongguo, or the Middle Kingdom, the Chinese have made its civilization unique in world history regardless of its change of dynasties throughout 4,000 years.

Because of its length and complexity, the history of the Central Nation lends itself to varied interpretations. After the communist takeover in 1949, historians working for the Communist Regime wrote their own version of the past – a history of China built on a Marxist model of progression from primitive communism to slavery, feudalism, capitalism, and finally socialism.

The central element of communism is the theory for struggle, and thus the events of Chinese history were mostly manifested as a function of the class struggle. Historiography became subordinated to proletarian politics fashioned and directed by the Chinese Communist Party.

With the CCP’s commitment to so-called “seeking truth from facts”, a series of thought-reform and antirightist campaigns were directed against intellectuals in the arts, sciences, and academic community.

While claiming that “history is made by the people”, the Chinese Communist Party values this continuity of legitimacy from history and thus rewrites history.

CCP leaders hope to have their historical status and “leave their good names” in history. Thus there are Mao Zedong Thought, Deng Xiaoping Theory, Hu Jintao’s Scientific Development Theory, Jiang Zemin’s Three Represents, and Xi Jinping’s Thought of the New Era.

The CCP leadership under Xi Jinping wants to take advantage of China’s history for its propaganda campaigns. Of the consistent traits identified by its historians, a salient one has been the capacity of the Chinese to absorb the people of surrounding areas into their own civilization.

Copying Laozi’s Thought of Global Harmony, Xi called on the people of all countries to work together to build a community with a shared future for mankind. Making fake use of Confucianism, the CCP regime opened hundreds of Confucius Institutes worldwide.

Man proposes but God disposes. The CCP is a wolf with goat’s skin. People soon found out that Xi’s Belt and Road Initiative served only his selfish ambitions of global dominance under Communist ideology.

The Communist Regime has not followed the legacy of the Chinese nation. The specter of communism is nothing but an alien demon descending on the land of the Middle Kingdom.

When the west has woken to the threats from the Chinese Communist Party and the Chinese people are coming to sense that they have been denied basic human rights for over 70 years, more and more people have stood up to question the legitimacy of the Chinese Communist Regime to represent its 1.4 billion people.

The rule by the CCP is not a mandate by the Heavens, which is now called “public voting”.

Xi makes himself an enemy of the world

Throughout history, China saw itself surrounded on all sides by so-called barbarian peoples whose cultures were demonstrably inferior by Chinese standards.

Its rulers have looked down upon the less developed societies beyond their borders, especially the Koreans, Japanese, the Philippines, and Vietnamese.

But they have been alert to the threat posed to their safety and way of life by non-Chinese peoples on the margins of their territory in the north, northeast, and northwest.

In the thirteenth century, the Mongols from the northern steppes became the first alien people to conquer all China. In the mid-seventeenth century, the Manchus from the north and northeast once again came to conquer its land.

And deep in memory, the conquest by western powers in the nineteenth century was a humiliation that China no longer takes for granted in its relations with the rest of the world in terms of tributary system and the rule of law.

Besides communist ideas, the CCP has inherited the character of bullying the weak while fearing the strong. Its arrogance comes from its economic power as well as the thinking of so-called “national rejuvenation”.

Xi Jinping is having his “China Dream” with all countries submissive to his court. But when he wakes up, he finds enemies from all directions.

Xi this week told the UN General Assembly that he had no intention to fight a “hot war”.

But with the coronavirus, Xi has actually started the unrestricted warfare with the world in economics, technology, finance, intelligence, media, and all other areas.

Today, the US has once again accused China of going back on its word to not militarise the contested Spratly Islands in the South China Sea, as the Communist Party ramps up military drills amid rising tensions in the region.

The Philippines, Malaysia and Vietnam have joined in the pushback against China’s actions in the region. Japan and South Korea will join. India and Australia will join.

“Once they take the step of returning US forces to Taiwan, the PLA will definitely start a just war to safeguard China’s territorial integrity,” Hu Xinjin, chief-editor of China’s state-run Global Times, declared yesterday.

The risk of a nuclear confrontation between the United States and China is growing, as Beijing acquires new weapons allowing it to potentially strike its adversaries first, according to Sydney Morning Post.

A new report by the United States Studies Centre says a US conventional strike or cyber-attack disabling China’s ability to launch conventional ballistic missiles could accidentally damage its nuclear missiles. Beijing could then see this attack as a prelude to disarming its nuclear weapons, and choose to use them first before they were further degraded.

Alternatively, China could launch a space attack against US satellites, or a cyberattack, to interfere with US missile defenses, sparking a US nuclear counter-attack, according to the report.

“Taiwan is probably the most likely scenario for nuclear use, due to inadvertent nuclear escalation,” a political analyst has said, adding that the risk needs to be carefully monitored.

The world wants peace, not war. But the CCP under Xi has given us a war, and we must stand up to confront it.

By Cloud Seagail

Related>New Song released:

Dear Mamma, I Am Ending the CCP

妈妈 我们的 哭泣 已经感动了 天地 感动了 天地
妈妈 我们的 哭泣 已经感动了 天地 感动了 天地

Dear Mamma, are you okay over there?
Your son is crying and missing you
And sees you within his dreams
So I’m within you and I’ll see you when
We get the CCP
So why do they take our lives over and over and over and over again?!
So why I put on another fight to protect my family
They might have made up facts but the fact is there Screaming no more death
coz together we stand
It’s just you and me (it’s just you and me)
taking down the CCP(TAKE DOWN THE CCP!)
They might have taken our parents, but they can’t take our hearts
coz the love we have shines so bright in the dark
It’s just you and me
(it’s just you and me)
taking down the CCP(TAKE DOWN THE CCP!)

妈妈 我们的 哭泣 已经感动了 天地 感动了 天地
妈妈 我们的 哭泣 已经感动了 天地 感动了 天地

Hey son, I got a million things I wish I could say to you
But I start with I’m so proud
Yeah you’re doing the things that should have been done a long time ago
And I know and I know and I know You are gonna TAKE IT DOWN! Yeah
So why do they take our lives(why do they take) over and over and over and over again?! So why I put on another fight to protect my family
That might have made up facts but the fact is there
Screaming no more death
coz together we stand
It’s just you and me (it’s just you and me) taking down the CCP(TAKE DOWN THE CCP!)
They might have taken our parents, but they can’t take our hearts
coz the love we have shines so bright in the dark

It’s just you and me (it’s just you and me) taking down the CCP

妈妈 我们的 哭泣 已经感动了 天地 感动了 天地
妈妈 我们的 哭泣 已经感动了 天地 感动了 天地


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