Total disgrace: a great nation agrees to the rule by just a few evil thugs

Birthplace of China Soviet Republic in Ruijin, Jiangxi province.

It is a disgrace of a great nation of 1.4 billion people to be totally submissive to the evil governance by a radical group of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) that confuses the world of what is right or wrong, good or evil, white or black.

The CCP’s Fourth Plenary Session concluded late October stressed the importance of the Party’s capacity in governance. Today, Xinhua has urged for more efforts to “perfect” the system in all areas. It carries an editorial that the great course of new China started from the date of 11 November 1931 when the China Soviet Republic was established in Ruijin, Jiangxi Province.

Anyone with historical conscience would question China’s relationship with the Soviet Union in the past 100 years. What the Red Soviet has really brought to China and the Chinese people is nothing more than barbaric destruction of the magnificent cultures and traditions that have nurtured a great nation for over five thousand years.

The painful fact is that even today most of the 1.4 billion people have chosen to agree to the lies and deceptions of a radical and shameless regime who has claimed to “serve the people” with heart and soul.

In the coming days, President Xi Jinping is going for Greece and the BRICS in Brazil. The CCP leadership wants the world to know that it has open arms to embrace the civilized world with vision of a shared future for humanity.

Xi has taken sides, unfortunately the side of the evil. At least for 7 years, Xi has been working hard to “serve the people”, but only with the ultimate goal to prolong the life of a vicious dictatorship.

Today, the world still has its focus of attention on the crisis in Hong Kong that the CCP wants others to forget.

Sadly to see that on Tuesday so many Chinese nationalists have gathered at Hong Kong’s police headquarters, waving the red flags, and denouncing those Hong Kong’s “cockroaches” who are fighting for their freedom and democracy.

China’s state media claimed that over 700 thousand Hong Kongers had signed their names in support of the police and government to bring the chaotic society back to order. They support the Central Government to take tougher actions as soon as possible against the protesters. For that purpose, they have tried all means to confuse the world of what is true and false.

I believe most Chinese love China. Patriotism does not need to be incited. It should be done in a more sensible way.

What a world could this be when the media is controlled by censorship under the dirty hands of a totalitarian propaganda machine?

On November 8, US Secretary of State Michael R. Pompeo delivered a speech on “The Lessons of 1989: Freedom and Our Future,” in Berlin, Germany, giving warnings to the world of communist threats from the historic facts not just of the fall of the Berlin Wall, but of the 1989 Tiananmen Square Massacre.

Chinese Foreign Ministry was quick to respond that “US State Secretary attacks and blackens China’s political system and provokes the whole Chinese people”.

Pompeo has actually spoken for the ordinary Chinese people particularly, Xinjiang Muslims in his remarks. He only condemns the Chinese Communist Party. But once again, the CCP confused the world that Pompeo had “provoked the Chinese people”.

Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Geng Sheng said in his regular press conference, “China deplores and firmly opposes Mr. Pompeo’s words that smeared China’s political system as well as domestic and foreign policies, hyped up so-called China threat, and were full of ideological bias and Cold-War, zero-sum game mentalities.”

“Mr. Pompeo is trying to drive a wedge between the Chinese people and the Communist Party of China (CPC) by severing the bond between them. Let me make it clear: the CPC, as our country’s ruling party, has always been representing and defending our people’s interests over the past decades, and it has been deeply trusted and warmly endorsed. Words and deeds intended to alienate the CPC from the people are considered provocations to all Chinese nationals. They are doomed to fail,” the Chinese spokesman said.

An ancient Chinese proverb says, “Listen to both sides and you will be enlightened; heed only one side and you will be benighted”.

The CCP regime has long covered the ears and eyes of the Chinese people. Most of them no longer have the chance to listen to opinions of both sides or see the world with their own eyes. They would never have the open mind to tolerate any opinions against them.

Yesterday, a foreign expert daring to insult China was asked to leave the country within a time limit. State media says, “The Chinese people can never be deceived or insulted.”

Mark A. Kolars, senior technical consultant at China Global who spends 26 years living and working in China, tweeted earlier, “Not racism, just don’t like dirty yellow guys, talking trash all day long, who cares about your leaders,we are here to make money and you need us. With us to begin with you would still wear rice heads.”

We have to admit that Mark’s words are not at all polite to the Chinese people. But for a person who has lived and worked in a Chinese government organization for 26 years to have such remarks on China, could the Chinese people think over and over again of the reasons WHY?

As a foreigner, Mark has the privilege to speak out his minds. But for most Chinese, even though they have hated the CCP a lot, can anyone speaks his minds freely?

Last week, the Chinese Commerce Ministry had boosted optimism that 18 months of intensifying protectionism might be coming to an end when it said that China and the US had agreed to cancel the tariffs in phases.

But there was immediate pushback from White House officials, who feel more work needs to be done before the two presidents can meet to sign a deal.

Who is telling the truth again? Can the CCP government be ever trusted with its tricks of diplomacy over and over again?

US president Donald Trump said that while he was keen on a deal with China, reports from Beijing that he had agreed to start phasing out tariffs were untrue.

“They’d like to have a rollback,” the President said yesterday before leaving the White House for a rally. “I haven’t agreed to anything. China would like to get somewhat of a rollback, not a complete rollback because they know I won’t do it.”

There is no doubt that the Trump administration is heading for a fundamental break with the People’s Republic of China. Vice President Mike Pence said in his speech earlier that Communist China had actually chosen to “decouple” the rest of the world a long time ago.

President Trump sent his message on the National Day for the Victims of Communism on Thursday.

The message read, “On this National Day for the Victims of Communism, we remember the more than 100 million people who have died as a result of communist oppression.”

“Today, we renew our commitment to helping secure for all people a future of peace and prosperity founded on the core tenets of democracy—liberty, justice, and a deep respect for the value of every human life.”

“This year’s National Day for the Victims of Communism coincides with the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. On November 9, 1989, determined men and women put President Ronald Reagan’s powerful words into momentous action, tearing down that symbol of totalitarianism and sending a message to the entire world that democracy and the rule of law will always triumph over oppression and tyranny.  As we commemorate this milestone for human rights, we resolve to continue working with our allies and partners to ensure that the flames of freedom keep burning as a beacon of hope and opportunity around the globe.”

“As we pause on this day of remembrance to honor victims of communism everywhere, we must resolve always to safeguard the cherished liberties that foster peace and unleash unparalleled prosperity.  Together, we can build a future free from the evils of communism.”

What the Chinese nation wants most is a “future free from the evils of communism”.

By Cloudy Seagail

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