China's Maoist Leftists Overtly Sabotage Mao Yushi Speech
China's prominent economist, Mao Yushi,
has recently encountered Maoism leftist
sabotage during his public speeches in China.
The Maoists have wrote abuse on the internet, announcing
they will sabotage Mao Yushi's forthcoming speech.
Scholars indicate that the Maoist's aggression
has much with complexities at the top-levels
within the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Let's see the details.
Media reported that a Summit Economic
Forum will be held on June 22, in Hangzhou.
Mao Yushi, a renowned liberal economist
in China, has been invited to give a speech.
On June 9, the forum organizer
advertised the event on a local newspaper.
The ads have incited abuse from the Maoism leftists,
who have claimed they will sabotage the speech.
The leftists even criticized the newspaper and the forum
organizer, asking them to cancel Mao Yushi's speech.
Our NTD reporter contacted
Mao Yushi to inquire about the news.
Reporter: "So have you decided
whether or not to give the speech?"
Mao Yushi: "I'm afraid I can't give the speech."
Mao Yushi: "In order to avoid a large clash."
Mao Yushi says the actions of the Maoist leftists'are likely
linked to the CCP authorities'overt support of Mao Zedong.
Mao Yushi: "They use Mao Zedong to
justify the legitimacy of their political rule.
But it is, in fact, completely wrong."
From 1935 to 1976, Mao Zedong was the real CCP czar.
During this period, the CCP launched several successive
political movements, and engaged in class struggles.
These political actions claimed
tens of millions of citizens lives.
Furthermore, the CCP's 10-year Cultural Revolution
completely destroyed Chinese traditional culture.
In recent years, with the awakening of the Chinese people,
China has seen waves of criticism towards Mao Zedong.
More and more people have exposed the crimes
committed by the CCP under Mao Zedong's rule.
In 2011, Mao Yushi published an article,
revealing Mao Zedong's inhumanity.
The article stated that Mao Zedong vigorously carried
out class struggles, causing innumerable deaths.
Under Mao's reign, there was a three-year man-made
famine, where tens of millions of people staved to death.
Since then, the Maoism leftists have considered
Mao Yushi an annoyance, openly abusing him.
Recently, they have become more aggressive.
In April, at an economic forum held in Shenyang,
the Maoism leftists disrupted Mao Yushi’s lecture.
In May, they again made trouble at
Mao Yushi's speeches in Changsha.
The act of vandalism forced the organizers
to temporarily relocate the speech venue.
Media veteran Gao Yu comments that the CCP
are very sensitive toward mass gatherings.
However, the regime has disregarded
the Maoist leftists'illegal activities.
Gao Yu: "Currently, the social climate in China
encourages the Maoist leftists to make waves.
This is even if these actions are illegal.
The CCP is now making Mao Zedong and Mao's
thought to be the states ideology, once again."
In mid-May, an internal "No. 9 Document"issued
by the CCP central authorities was exposed.
The bulletin discussed the current ideological situation.
It showed that the CCP feels it is beset with crises,
and is trying eagerly to reinforce ideological control.
Accordingly, the Maoist leftists' vibrant
presence are in line with CCP central policies.
Wang Zang, Writer, China: "They were
supported by leftist forces behind the scenes.
The source is actually within the CCP's central committee.
They are the communist totalitarians,
as well as the privileged CCP ruling elite."
Wang Zang reminded the Maoist leftists
to discern the international trends.
They need to discern the reality that the Chinese people
have increasingly been awakened by the internet.
Wang Zang warned that these Maoists should end their
words and actions, which are against the law and humanity.
Otherwise, they will definitely be
brought to justice in the future.