On 1 October 1949, after a long and bloody revolution, Marxist dictator Mao Zedong proclaimed the foundation of the People's Republic of China (PRC) – a single-party state controlled by the Communist Party of China (CPC), with himself as its inaugural President or Chairman.
This proclamation followed Mao’s ruthless, victorious leadership of the CPC with its proletariat (ANTIFA-like) Red Army against the incumbent Kuomintang (KMT)-led government of the then-Republic of China (ROC). This bloody Marxist revolution (aka the Chinese Civil War) had been going on since the Mao-led Autumn Harvest Uprising in 1927, only pausing through 1937-1945 during the Second Sino-Japanese War when the two sides effectively observed a truce to ward off the more ominous, common and foreign enemy – Japan. In defeat, the ROC’s KMT-led government retreated to the Chinese island of Taiwan where, to this day, the ROC continues to lay claim over mainland China – a one-China policy but with the ROC, not the PRC, in charge (resulting in a political and military standoff ever since).
Over the next 2-3 decades (to his death in 1976), Mao implemented his infamous Great Leap Forward, Cultural Revolution and other brutal or economically disastrous Marxist-inspired programs, killing between 40 and 80 million of his own people. As a result, Mao tops all credible lists of history’s deadliest dictators.
In the decades since Mao, the CPC has embraced more outwardly-oriented, economic and capitalistic institutions. But the CPC still seeks to maintain great control over the lives of its people (eg the Tiananmen Square Massacre) and its fast-growing diaspora abroad. And often through that diaspora, it seeks to influence the institutions of the countries in which they live (or accumulate significant assets).
Mark/commiserate this birthday of the PRC (Communist China) with its unending, single-party CPC dictatorship by:
- viewing this broad history of China, from BC times to now, as well as this clip covering, more specifically, its Marxist communist revolution
- seeing how the CPC strategically use “Confucius Institutes” in countries around the world, including Australia, to spread its influence and activate its diaspora
- reading Clive Hamilton’s recent book on the Chinese Communist Party’s infiltration of Australia called “Silent Invasion”
- watching the episode of Foreign Correspondent called “Leave No Dark Corner”, exposing China’s Social Credit rating system where “Big Brother” uses the twin, modern tools of “Big Surveillance” and “Big Data” to incentivise its populace’s obedience and compliance
- apprising yourself of the many calls that Conservative Party Senator Cory Bernardi has made since late 2017 for a Royal Commission into foreign influence on Australian politics, particularly Chinese influence
- signing the Conservative Party’s petition for a Royal Commission into foreign influence on Australian politics, and/or
- sharing this Action Plan post on social media with family, friends, conservatives, liberalists, anti-Marxists and those that want to retain sovereignty over our political, economic and social institutions.
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