The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) compared the Jan. 6 demonstration in Washington with those in Hong Kong, trying to use it as propaganda for its system and evading responsibility as one of the greatest repressors of human rights.
Through paid trolls and members of the CCP, it flooded social networks with comments that try to discredit U.S. democracy, described Bitter Winter, the media for the defense of religious freedom and human rights, on Jan. 8.
All this propaganda was amplified by the CCP’s medium, Global Times, which ignored the great differences between the social and political contexts in the United States and Hong Kong.
Moreover, the Global Times draws a parallel between the fraudulent elections in the United States and the former Soviet Union, whose disappearance it studies so much for fear that the same thing will happen to it.
The CCP not only deprived its millions of citizens of the right to free choice of candidates and to vote for them, but also became the greatest threat to the world, given the constant and serious aggression it commits against other countries.
As for Hong Kong, just two days ago the CCP dealt one of the harshest blows to the defenders of democracy, arresting 53 of them in a gigantic raid in which they used nearly 1,000 police, according to Swiss Info on Jan. 6.
“Liberal democracies around the world must continue to speak out against the brutal destruction of a free society,” said Hong Kong’s last British governor, Chris Patten.
He added, “We should not be seeking to contain China but to constrain the Chinese Communist Party.”
British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said, “The mass arrest of politicians and activists in Hong Kong is a grievous attack on Hong Kong’s rights and freedoms as protected under the Joint Declaration.”
He added that the CCP had deliberately misled the world about its security law, according to Swiss Info.
Hong Kong enjoyed the rights it obtained as a British colony, and when the big city was transferred to CCP rule in 1997, the CCP signed an international treaty guaranteeing respect for them, but in June 2020 violated it by implementing a law to that effect.
Since then, the CCP has openly repressed all demonstrations demanding these rights, and has detained those who participated in the demonstrations against its abuses, sentencing them to prison.
It should be noted that the CCP is also accused of interfering with the U.S. electoral process, according to the claims of Trump Campaign lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Jenna Ellis.