Ruthless, Powerful and Eternal Is the Ccp!
What is driving the future of China’s Communist Party? Will it be another decade of success or will its enemies finally get to it?
Ruthless, powerful and eternal? This is what the Chinese Communist Party is all about. And that is how it survived for 100 years.
Killings, purging, jail and kidnapping not to mention the disappearance of opponents and the ongoing oppression in China and Hong Kong.
For 72 years, the Chinese people have lived in this state. Those who are free to do what they want are the CCP’s cadres and leaders.
The party will celebrate its centenary on July 1.
In 1927, barely 6 years after it was formed, the party launched a war against the Kuomintang (KMT)-led government.
It was a civil war that ended in 1949 with the triumph of the CCP. Let’s put history aside and look into the future for the CCP, its rule in China and its global reach.
Time says the CCP appears to be on the up, rising and strengthening its grip on power.
Critics believe it is not too long for the CCP to see cracks in its ranks and that it is risking collapse. But experts say the party is stronger than ever.
Not later than 2015, questions were asked on whether the CCP will continue ruling with no challenge.
Some experts on China were saying the party is doomed, and its collapse was imminent. But it appears they were crying wolf and the wolf never appeared.
THE REAL WOLF?
Instead, it is Xi Jinping who happened for the party and the country.
A real wolf in human clothes, he is, not only for the Chinese people but also for the rest of the world.
China’s President Xi Jinping is one of the most powerful men in the world, commanding an active army of 2,035,000 men with a nuclear button surely next to his teacup.
He won a trade war against former U.S. President Donald Trump. Trump lost the elections in the U.S. but Xi is still President of China. This accounts for a terrible defeat for Trump and savoured win for Xi.
Now, Xi has his sight on the U.S. again with President Joe Biden in power. It appears it will be easier for Xi’s men to get back into the U.S. with Biden in the absence of Trump.
But Xi did not rise to power on a platter. He fought his way up, muscling out rivals in what one can imagine is an atmosphere of brutal party politics.
Now, he is as tall as Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. He represents the triumph of the communist party that has survived the fall of Russia’s communist government.
After Russia, most of the pro-communist regimes in Europe faded, collapsing under public pressure and demonstrations.
But China remains steadfast in their faith in communism. This keeps the party going if you ask me. Faith, unity, and a common enemy. The common enemy is not the U.S. or India, but it is the decadence of the democratic system.