In China the celebrations have already begun and will continue for several more days. The entire propaganda apparatus of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is on hand to impose a celebration that is tinged with 100 years of violence, lies, persecutions, poverty and a lot of blood. 

Streets, museums, buildings, and big shows, everything is ready in Beijing to welcome the 100th anniversary of the CCP. It was founded underground on July 1, 1921, and consolidated power in 1949 and never left it.

The CCP is celebrating its 100 years of history in style with the promise of more to come. For the current dictatorial regime led by Xi Jinping, there are many goals to achieve beyond the borders of the huge country. 

Its beginnings in 1921 are founded on the Marxist ideology of “class struggle” as the cornerstone of the movement. Its first objective was to launch dozens of movements aimed at destroying the foundations of ancient China, completely destroying 5,000 years of history. 

In October 1949, the CCP took control of China, and Mao Tse Tung became the first leader of the regime. Months later, in the regime’s first major action, called the Land Reform, Mao mobilized the nation’s poorest peasants to violently seize land and other assets from those considered landlords, many of whom were simply better-off peasants. Millions died.

Mao launched the Great Leap Forward in 1958, a four-year campaign that sought to push the country to exponentially increase its steel production while collectivizing agriculture. As Mao’s slogan put it, the goal was to “overtake Britain and catch up with the United States.”

Every action organized from the beginning was methodically designed to eliminate every target identified as an “enemy,” among which were any belief in God, tradition, entrepreneurs, landlords, and democracy as a system of political and economic freedom.

Every campaign implemented by the CCP was supposedly aimed at creating a “communist paradise on earth.” But time and again, the results have been the same: massive suffering, crisis, famine, and death. However, success and abundance did reach a section of the population; it was limited to a few elite CCP officials and their families who achieved growing power and untold wealth.

China went from being plunged into absolute misery and sacrificing its own starving population. At the same time, the CCP financed its expansion in African countries to be the world’s second-largest economic power, according to U.S. News & World Report

Today, most of its population remains in the same misery as in the past. Still, the regime has managed to concentrate unimaginable amounts of money, which allows it to continue its political, socio-cultural, and economic subjugation in China and the entire world. Its growth is and has been based on the continuous exploitation of its own population. Paradoxically, this is what communism supposedly criticizes capitalism for.

For the year 2049, the country aims at the “great renaissance” supported by projects such as the Silk Road that connects it with Europe and plans to extend it to North America. But there are also other clear objectives, such as overtaking the United States not only in the economy but also as a war leader and undermining its role as “world policeman.”

While the CCP boasts and touts how it supposedly lifted its people out of poverty, the regime appeals to authoritarianism by controlling every aspect of its citizens’ daily lives. There is no access to traditional Western social networks and those that exist, created for the Chinese population, are heavily monitored. In the streets there are cameras that recognize and study its population by reading biometric data.

With China’s growth and industrialist development and the subtle entry of the West in the region during the last decades, its internal outrages did not diminish. The persecutions continued, as did the lying and corruption. 

After the resounding failure of the Great Leap Forward, Mao launched the Cultural Revolution in 1966 in an attempt to use the Chinese population to reassert control over the CCP and the country.

During those years, Mao created a cult of personality, aiming to “crush people in authority who seek to take the capitalist road” and strengthen his own ideologies, according to an early directive. During 10 years of total chaos, millions were killed or driven to suicide in state-sanctioned violence.

Human rights complaints against the Chinese regime resonate around the world. Still, few countries really dare to do anything about it because of the power and influence of the Chinese regime, and persecution of religious minorities is now commonplace. Christians are persecuted for their faith, as are Uighur Muslims, who are forbidden to practice their religion in the Xinjiang area and suffer a ferocious genocide against their culture and population. 

On July 20, 1999, the authorities launched an extensive campaign targeting the approximately 100 million practitioners of Falun Gong, a spiritual practice that includes meditation exercises and moral teachings centered on the values of truth, benevolence and tolerance.

According to investigations by various groups, millions of practitioners have been fired from their jobs, expelled from school, imprisoned, tortured, killed, and some subjected to forced organ harvesting simply because they refused to renounce their beliefs.

The CCP has been in power for 100 years of communism in China, of which 72 years it has been in power perpetrating evil. During President Trump’s tenure, much progress was made in international measures to curb the regime’s constant subjugation. 

Now there is an uncertain future, the regime maintains its intentions of absolute power and its accomplices in the international elites maintain their support to China, but the pandemic caused by the CCP Virus, exposed the great lie of the regime and part of its evil, which has driven a negative image in the world population, which will be difficult to reverse.