The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) legitimacy concerns over its citizens is being increasingly eroded as the United States implements a tougher foreign policy, leading to the development of a “fundamental insecurity” by the CCP, according to a senior official in the Donald Trump administration.
As the Washington Examiner pointed out, the official said, “In Chinese Communist Party rhetoric, we see a growing expression of the CCP’s fundamental insecurity about its legitimacy with its own citizens.”
According to Trump’s team, the U.S.’s confrontation with the CCP has had positive results in recent years and according to assessments made by government officials, the overall U.S. strategy is working.
“Chinese people would never agree to any people and forces who try to distort the history of the Chinese Community Party, vilify the nature and purpose of the Communist Party,” General Secretary of the Chinese Communist Party Xi Jinping said Thursday, Sept. 3, to mark the 75th anniversary of the Second World War,” according to the Washington Examiner.
Since the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) Virus outbreak spread around the world, President Trump’s administration has questioned the Chinese Chinese Community Party’s role in the pandemic, accusing it of neglecting to prevent it from becoming a global threat.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has said emphatically that the CCP had a responsibility to share information that could have saved lives not only in the United States, but also in China.
Since the crisis emerged on the international scene, several governments and international organizations have taken a skeptical view of the CCP’s responsibility for the pandemic, even calling for an independent investigation into the origin of the CCP Virus.
Similarly, the international threat posed by the power of the CCP has been increasing over the years and according to Pompeo, “This rising challenge may be even more complicated than Cold War-era containment efforts against the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR), which was largely cordoned off from the Free World in contrast to China’s deeply embedded place in the global economy,” according to The Times of India.
The secretary of state has also raised the possibility of creating an alliance of democratic nations, saying it would be necessary to counteract the CCP’s growing aggression.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Hua Chunying, on Friday said that the CCP had been formed with only a few dozen members but noted that it now has 92 million members.
In contrast, according to the website of the Chinese dissident movement, Tuidang [quitting the CCP], currently 363,249,209 people have resigned from the Chinese Communist Party and its affiliated associations.