Recent developments have shown that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s intention to brainwash the Chinese people failed. The Chinese are waking up, especially the young.

When participating in the “White Paper” movement against CCP’s zero-covid policy, a girl in Chengdu asked if the CCP was a gangster organization. Why don’t people tell the truth?

She shared that it wasn’t until 2022 that the CCP’s zero-COVID policy helped her learn why the world said China had no human rights.

Chinese students studying at universities abroad gathered to support the “White Paper movement” in their homeland.

Many people who attended these rallies were little pinks—crazy fans of the CCP.

A student named Evelyn told RFA that she had always believed that little pinks made up a large proportion of Chinese students, but after Peng Lifa set banners against the CCP at Sitong Bridge, she saw many little pinks starting to change.

Lu Li Jiabao, a 21-year-old student from Chia Nan University of Pharmacy and Science, said that when he entered society, he realized that it was completely different from the CCP propaganda and what he was taught at school. He concluded that “What CCP says is a lie!”

According to Creaders, besides the “White Paper” movement and Sitong Bridge protest, other events such as the girl in chains or the protests in Hong Kong have significantly impacted the Chinese people today to more clearly see the nature of the CCP.

Creaders commented that the CCP underestimated the power of kindness that is still present in the hearts of the Chinese people.

Despite the Cultural Revolution, the Tiananmen massacre, and other constant persecutions that the CCP carried out to frighten the people, the Chinese people have now dared to stand up.

Movements like the recent “White Paper” showing college students’ sense of justice, courage, and action are very encouraging.

Creaders added that the bankruptcy of the CCP’s Chinese youth brainwashing is indicative of the fall of a dictatorship.

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