Critical analysis on the Chinese Communist Party’s Regime by Thomas
By Thomas Guoting Guo
Outline: The Chinese Communist regime committed such heinous crimes, which no other communist party can and has equaled. It’s contemptible in its post-totalitarian efforts and it is the last one among the five communist Parties that is still rearing its head. There are several reasons why Chinese people have not revolted against the brutal nature of the communist regime. The foremost reason is that many Chinese people haven’t heard of the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) horrendous crimes or heard just a few bits and pieces here and there. Many educated people thought the CCP regime had transformed from Mao Zedong’s “totalitarianism” to a system that was built on “power.” It is inevitable that foreigners researching China miss some important facts and details due to not being conversant in the language, not familiar with the Chinese nation or may have received the information through a second hand source.
The author of “The Black Book of Communism” exposed the CCP’s crimes. The terror it inflicted is still carved in people's mind and the repression it brought about has made a deep mark on the people. He also disclosed the CCP’s brutal nature and crimes committed in “China: the Long March Leading into the Dark.”
Yet, I think the author hasn’t grasped the horror of the CCP’s crimes fully, so I will take advantage of available materials from liberal constitutional democracy movements in China, which focused on those years. Although I mainly referenced Ms. Zhang Rong’s “MAO：The Unknown Story”, Mr. Zeng Yi’s “Internal fighting’s Nation” and other relevant modifications and additions, I disclosed in greater detail the CCPs rogue communist totalitarian tyranny and its grave sins. Although I must admit that this is just a snapshot of the communist tyranny, because most of the CCP historical documents haven't been translated from cryptic into useable and understandable language. What is unfortunate is that most of the historical data related to the CPC crimes are still kept hidden. Past historical information about the international communist committee, as well as historical facts about the communists have proven that deception is the CCP’s basic nature. It shamelessly has kept its history secret as long as it could. It must use all of its propaganda machines and hold on to its dictatorship and monopoly power so it can eliminate all dissent in its infancy.
This article is a first of its kind and just in its early stage. I welcome any commentaries or questions, including from the CCP’s libertarians or specialists, so that it can be modified and cover all relevant facts.
May 21, 2011 revised
The CCP has perfected the killing machine through its many different campaigns within China. It has trained its security police to be its main force of the killing machine. About 60 million to 1 billion Chinese including 100 thousand Tibetans died because of the various communist movements. The CCP's occupation is responsible for the death of 10-20 percent people in Tibet. Besides, millions of counterrevolutionaries were held for unaccounted for years in China's notorious prisons and it is quite feasible that twenty million were killed. From 1959 to 1961, Mao was the instigator and maintainer of the Great Leap Forward and as can be expected he refused to admit criminal intent. He refused to take any measure to reduce losses, which resulted in 20 million to 43 million Chinese dying of starvation. On June 4, 1989, around 1,000 people were killed during the Tiananmen Square massacre, which actually is a small number of people when compared to the total number of people killed during Chinese Communist massacres. The CCP controls the North Korean, Vietnamese and Cambodia governments and their security forces are supported by the CCP. China is also encroaching on Russia, with both establishing a Sino-Russian strategic partnership、、
During the Han Dynasty Confucian principles were adhered to and tough laws and harsh justice governed the country. Human life was more valuable and Chinese people were safer than in most other countries of ancient and medieval times, as well as in modern Europe, except during rebellions and foreign invasions.
Around three hundred people were killed during the Song Dynasty (960-1279). But each death was preceded by thorough investigation and establishment of guilt or innocence, and had to be signed by the emperor. There were other deaths, such as from pestilence, famine.
In 1913, Yuan Shikai ordered thousands of people executed. In June of 1925, Guangzhou policemen killed 52 workers that were on strike. In May of 1926, Beijing policemen killed 42 students that held peaceful anti-Japanese protests. In 1926, a peasant army led by Hunan western triad [underground society or Chinese criminal organizations] wiped out 50 thousand local warlords. On April 12, 1927, Jiang Jieshi used the triad to kill over 1,000 communist party members in Shanghai and other cities.
Nanguo differed in the numbers and stated that according to CCP officials' 412 people were attacked and 300 picketers were killed or injured in Shanghai. CCP member Zheng Zhenyi witnessed that between 50 and 60 people were killed on April 30, 1927. Then, Chen Xiong, the pre-Guangxi army command general of the autonomous third detachment, disclosed in his memoirs that Li Zongren and Bai Congxi were the attackers against the 412 people. Actually, Jiang Jieshi had ordered to disburse the CCP protesters, rather than slaughter them.
During the 1900s, between 1920-1921, 500,000 people died and between 1928-1930, between 2 and 3 million people died due to the drought in the North and North West regions of China. During 1942-1943 in Henan Province, 2 million to 3 million people died of starvation because of the famine. The Chongqing government still refused to reduce the tax burden. In 1931, Fujian peasants killed 2,500 soldiers out of anger. The soldiers had gone on a looting spree and raped women. During 1931 to 1945, about 30 million Chinese people died during the Japanese invasion, including 200,000 people were killed during the Nanjing Massacre, as well as 3.2 million Chiang Kai-shek government soldiers were killed in battle, including 210 generals and officers. However, it is still kept a secret as to how many CCP members died during the battle. Between 1946 and 1949, the CCP was responsible for China's 3-year civil war. During that time, 3.2 million soldiers were killed, among them 1.7 million federal and 1,000 provincial soldiers. Also, 1.1 million CCP members lost their life.
Chinese ancient history, just like ancient western history is littered with brutal killings. In 202 BC, Baiqi, a general during the Qi Dynasty, killed 2,300 soldiers from the Zhao District. In 207 BC, Xiangyu, a king of Chu, killed 200,000 Qi captives. On August 28, 1928, Song Zheyuan, a general, ordered the slaughter of 5,000 captives. Song personally killed 500 of the captives and then ordered the slaughter of 4,500 captives without showing any merci. Only General Zhao Fenglin disobeyed and helped 1,000 of the captives escape.
The history of the Chinese emperors brutal slaughters seems to go on with no end in sight. One emperor of the Qin Dynasty buried 460 Confucian scholars alive, burned books and killed or exiled nearly 20,000 thousand aristocrats. During the building of the Great Wall thousands of people died. Concubines that didn't give birth to a boy were buried as sacrificial victims. More than 20 million artisans that built the Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum were buried alive after the funeral ceremony. During the Northern and Southern Dynasties, Emperor Shihu (345 BC), killed 3,000 beautiful ladies in a challenge as to whom was more beautiful. His sons killed each other as each coveted the throne. Shihu pulled out his oldest son Shixuan 's hair, then cut off his tongue, hands, and feet, and pulled out his eyes. After that he burned him to death on a pyre. The emperor of the Sui Dynasty (581-619 CE) murdered his father, Yang Jian, and his brother, Yang Yong, so he could ascent to the throne. Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang of the Ming dynasty, who ruled from 1368 to 1398, rose from humble beginnings, despite of his brutal character. After he assumed power, he ordered the murder of the wife of Chang Yuchun. She was cut up and cooked. Zhu Yuanzhang distributed the cooked flesh to Chang Yuchun and other generals and forced them to eat it. Zhu also tortured people by peeling their skin and then filling the body with grass. He formed peeling skin places in each town. When he died, 46 concubines were killed. Secondly, Zhu Li killed off Fang Xiaoshu’s entire family of 873 people because Fang Xiaoru was loyal to the former emperor.