Sordid History of Illuminati Depravity in China
Sordid History of Illuminati Depravity in China
January 3, 2016
Left. Mao Zedong, one of mankind´s greatest murderers.
The “Tuidang movement” is a Chinese dissident phenomenon that translates literally as “withdraw from the [Communist] party”. It was catalyzed by the publication in 2004 of the “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party” in the Epoch Times (Dajiyuan) which has inspired 220 million people to renounce CCP rule.
Based on this report, this article outlines the history of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its horrifying mass persecution of Chinese people during its 66 years in power since 1949. In China, it is estimated that at least 60-80 million were murdered. The report includes the party’s history of political repression, its propaganda apparatus, and its assaults on traditional culture and value systems. This is the same satanic Jewish (Cabalist, Masonic) ideology that secretly governs the West.
by “Falun Gong Truth”
The CCP´s rise to power was set up by foreign nations, especially the Soviet Union and the US. We can find many Western (or rather Jewish) top level advisors in the early history of the CCP regime, such as Sidney Shapiro, Israel Epstein, Sidney Rittenberg, Rewi Alley, Chen Bidi, George Hatem etc.
After his visit to China in 1973 during the “Cultural Revolution,” David Rockefeller said: “One is impressed immediately by the sense of national harmony….The social experiment in China under Chairman Mao’s leadership is one of the most important and successful in history.”
We read in the Communist Manifesto: “The Communists disdain to conceal their views and aims. They openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions.”
In China they had found an evil man without any scruples called Mao Zedong. He truly wanted to destroy China and Chinese people and was prepared to do anything evil: “There should be celebration rallies when people die… We believe in dialectics, and so we can’t not be in favor of death.” “China has a population of 600 million; even if half of them are killed, there are still 300 million people left.” “Deaths have benefits. They can fertilise the ground.”
The CCP strategy after taking power in 1949, was to use all kinds of Machiavellian strategies and deceit to incite hatred and fighting between different groups of Chinese people and to destroy all faith in human kindness and religion. Their rhetoric always changed according to the new situation.
For example, after taking power Mao wanted to eliminate the Landlord class first and therefore started an uprising among the peasants, promising them land if they eliminated the landlords. After eliminating about 100 000 landlords with families, the communists swiftly started persecuting the farmers that had helped them eliminate the landlords.
The capitalist class was also persecuted of course: “Chen Yi, then mayor of Shanghai, asked every day, “How many paratroopers are there today?” referring to the number of capitalists that had committed suicide by jumping from the tops of buildings that day. In only a few years, the CCP completely eliminated private ownership in China.”
THE CCP BECOMES AN EVIL RELIGION
Starting in 1950, the CCP started to persecute all unofficial religious faiths. About three million kindhearted and law-abiding people were persecuted for their belief in God. It became clear that the CCP had taken precedence over all religions. To this day there are many God-like worshipping images of Mao Zedong in public places, factories and restaurants.
By eliminating the landlord class, the capitalist class and replacing all good and upright religions with their own evil religion, the CCP could implement Communism as the true religion of China.
Mao Zedong said: “From the age of eight I hated Confucius. In our village there was a Confucianist temple. With all my heart, I wished only one thing: to destroy it to its very foundations.”. Stalin said: ” The Devil’s on my side; he’s a good Communist.”
The CCP infiltrated the religions and destroyed all traditions, replacing them with the CCP religion, twisting all moral values. Monks and nuns were paraded in the streets and were forced to marry and renounce their faiths.
“Gong Pinmei, a Catholic priest in Shanghai, was imprisoned for more than 30 years by the CCP. He came to the US in the 1980s. Before he died at an age over 90, he made a will that said, “Move my grave back to Shanghai when the CCP no longer rules China.”
The Red Guards even forced the second highest Tibetan living Buddha, the Panchen Lama, to eat human excrement. They ordered three monks from the Temple of Bliss located in Harbin city, Heilongjiang Province, which is the biggest Buddhist temple built in modern times (1921), to hold a poster board that said, “The hell with sutras– they are full of shit.”
THE GREAT LEAP FORWARD- MASS EXTINCTION OF FARMERS
In 1958 the Great Leap Forward was initiated and “The Great Famine” followed swiftly from 1959-1961. In reality farmers were forbidden from harvesting in the fields because they were supposed to produce steel in order to bypass Great Britain´s and America´s steel production in 5 years. As a consequence 45 million people starved to death in three years – a gigantic mass murder. “The Great Famine” was falsely named “Three Years of Natural Disasters” by the CCP.
Terrifying scenes played out and the CCP’s tyranny forced people to eat dead people, cannibalize those who escaped from other regions, and even kill and eat their own children. I quote from Nine Commentaries: “The writer Sha Qing described in his book Yi Xi Da Di Wan (An Obscure Land of Bayou): “In a peasant’s family, a father was left with only his son and daughter during the Great Famine. One day, the daughter was driven out of the house by her father. When she came back, she could not find her younger brother, but saw white oil floating in the cauldron and a pile of bones next to the stove. Several days later, the father added more water to the pot, and called his daughter to come closer. The girl was frightened, and pleaded with her father from outside the door, “Daddy, please don’t eat me. I can collect firewood and cook food for you. If you eat me, nobody else will do this for you.””
After The Great Famine ended the CCP endorsed all the officials who had turned a blind eye to the disaster, promoting them to even higher positions since these people without human conscience could be used to perform any kind of evil against their own people.
THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION (1966-1976)
The Cultural Revolution was launched in 1966 and implicated around 100 million people and aimed at “Casting Away the Four Olds” — i.e., old ideas, old culture, old customs and old habits. Conservative figures estimate the number of unnatural deaths during the Cultural Revolution at 7.73 million.
In an act of evil aggression towards everything divine and traditional Buddhist temples, Taoist temples, Buddha statues, historical and scenic sites, calligraphy, paintings, and antiques became the main targets for destruction by the Red Guards. In Tibet, 90 percent of the temples were attacked. Much of five thousand years of civilization was ruined in a few years. In Tibet 1.2 million spiritual Tibetans have been killed since 1949. Today there are only 6 million ethnic Tibetans left.
To be continued…
The Nine Commentaries
First Comment by Wil
Regarding the article about the Chinese Communist Party, I would recommend readers take anything published by the Epoch Times with a pound of salt. The Epoch Times styles itself as a serious publication, covering a variety of topics, and often they are pretty good. But every issue contains anti CCP party propaganda. That’s right – PROPAGANDA. They are not fair, balanced or objective on the topic, nor do they have any desire to be – the Epoch Times is run by the Falun Gong.
Now, for people in the West, they have been taught that the CCP is another example of a authoritarian regime, suppressing human rights – and that view is fairly right. But the Chinese are not stupid – they know the regime is corrupt (I have had a few Chinese nationals tell me their dislike of the party, while in China), yet the Chinese people love the CCP for the good they did do – unifying the country, kicking out exploitative colonialist (NWO perhaps?) powers, providing a basic level of necessities and education to over a billion people. It’s never simply black and white.
Now obviously, obviously the Falun Gong Association has major problems with the CCP – due to the serious claims of human rights abuses of their members. However, I think that Falun Gong and the Epoch Times should also be under the same scrutiny. Consider these thoughts:
The Epoch Times is published many cities worldwide, with its headquarters in New York. Vancouver, Toronto, Sydney, Singapore, LA, London, Hong Kong. I could go on.Their circulation runs well into the millions combined. In addition, they produce TV programming and theatrical spectacles around the world that, in the view of many, are nothing more that weakly-veiled attempts at proselytizing their religion. They publish in English as well as Chinese, and have a online publishing arm.
They started publishing in the early 2000s.
QUESTION: Where did the financing for such a successful publishing venture come from? It takes tens of millions a year $US to run all of this, conservatively speaking. Most followers in China are not well-off and whatever donations they offer would onliy cover only a few cities.
Where did the money come from? Where does it come from now?
QUESTION: What are the ethical standards of their journalists? Given that the owners of the the publiciation have such a strong religious motivation in reporting against the CCP, what happens to journalists who are more independent-minded? Again, not a single positive article has even been published about the CCP or any reforms they have engaged in. Doesn’t anyone find that odd that a world-wide publication can’t find it in itself to be a bit more objective when it comes to the burgeoning superpower of the 21st century, even for the sake of its own journalists reputation?
STORY: The South Asian Post, a truly professional, award-winning publication from Canada decided to publish an investigative article on the Falun Gong. Unfortunately, the printers that they used were FG followers who didn’t appreciate the fair and balanced approach of the article and tried to prevent the newspaper from being published unless they changed the story.
Evidently, the Falun Gong Association can dish it out, but they can’t take it.
In conclusion, is there room for open, objective, accurate criticism of the CCP. OF COURSE. But let it be done by independent, objective, non-partisan journalists and organizations. Not by ones masquerading as such.
As for Falun Gong getting money, it is not the CIA which funds them and I believe most people know the obvious reason for that in this forum. Falun Gong has millions of practitioners spread around the world in more than 100 countries. Many are Chinese immigrants and also Western practitioners who would like to help Falun Gong spread the truth as volunteers and maybe some people also donate money to help expose the evil CCP to the West. If you turn the question: If Falun Gong does NOT expose the monumental crimes of the CCP going pn as we speak, nobody would expose them. So of course Falun Gong practitioners are very motivated to expose such an evil organization as the CCP. China will thank Falun Gong for this in the future, I am certain.
And nowadays the Epoch Times also have a lot of ads just like any other media companies so it´s nothing strange about their financing.
About the other links you mention it is impossible for me to comment on these matters since I have no clue about the background or truth in those stories.
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