Even though we used all the world’s pens and paper and ink, it would be impossible to record the crimes of the Communist Party of China against humanity.
As the recently released Hollywood movie The Death of Stalin treats its subject matter seriously beneath the hilarious, witty, entertaining, and thought-provoking humor, we are foreseeing the fate of today’s CCP leaders 100% worse than this cruel dictator.
In its latest religious persecution, Beijing police yesterday raided and shut down a large Christian church in Chaoyang district, saying it had broken rules by organizing mass gatherings without registering with the authorities.
The CCP authorities have launched a violent crackdown on religious places of worship, storming buildings, tearing down signs and barring entry. In Beijing and several provinces like Henan and Sichuan, they are destroying crosses, burning Bibles and ordering followers to sign papers renouncing their faith.
The Chinese Communist Party’s efforts to exert more control over religious groups, including Protestants, Catholics, Muslims and Buddhists, is increasing violently, worse than what had happened during the Cultural Revolution.
In recent weeks, human rights groups have accused the Chinese government of conducting a crackdown that has detained of as many as one million ethnic Uighurs in internment camps.
More than rejecting accusations on the Uighur treatment, the vicious Communist leaders in Beijing have drawn up new draft guidelines to crack down on the “chaotic” and illegal online promotion of religion, the official Global Times has reported earlier this week.
Last month, Shaolin Monastery, the legendary kung fu temple built 1,500 years ago at Songshan Mountain in Central China, raised the national flag for the first time as the Communist Party hails its “patriotic” campaign.
Earlier Shi Xuecheng, one of China’s best known monks and an influential political adviser heading the national Buddhist association, was forced to resign for sexual misconduct.
For nearly a century, Communist ideology has brought about numerous disasters to humanity, especially to the Chinese people. It has actually destroyed major Chinese historical cultures and traditions. The deterioration of morality in the country is largely due to the CCP’s suppression on religious beliefs.
China is home to the largest population of Buddhists, approximately 244 million or 18.2% of its total population. There are more than 21 million Muslims in the country.
According to the most recent internal surveys there are approximately 31 million Christians in China today, 2.3% of the total population. Roughly 12 million Catholics are divided between a government-run association, whose clergy are chosen by the atheist Communist Party, and an unofficial underground church loyal to the Vatican.
The Chinese has an old saying, “Do good, good things follow; do evil, evil things follow.” Even a three year old child understands the reasoning.
From day one the CCP is holding its slaughtering hammer high, it has created at least 300 million enemies, and now this population has become its grave diggers.
At the time of Stalin’s Communism, fear was overwhelming and deeply embedded in everyday life. In “The Death of Stalin,” we see an angry man yelling at Stalin’s dead body, “I will bury you in history. You hear me, you fat fucker? That’s enough!”
“We will bury you in history. You hear me, you fat fucker? That’s enough! President Xi.”
By Cloudy Seagail