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Wang
Apr 6, 2005, 22:01
Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party of China

More than a decade after the fall of the former Soviet Union and Eastern European communist regimes, the international communist movement has been spurned worldwide. The demise of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is only a matter of time.
Nevertheless, before its complete collapse, the CCP is trying to tie its fate to the Chinese nation, with its 5000 years of civilization. This is a disaster for the Chinese people. The Chinese people must now face the impending questions of how to view the CCP, how to evolve China into a society without the CCP, and how to pass on the Chinese heritage. The Epoch Times is now publishing a special editorial series, 哲ine Commentaries on the Communist Party.・Before the lid is laid on the coffin of the CCP, we wish to pass a final judgment on it and on the international communist movement, which has been a scourge to humanity for over a century.

Throughout its 80-plus years, everything the CCP has touched has been marred with lies, wars, famine, tyranny, massacre and terror. Traditional faiths and principles have been violently destroyed. Original ethical concepts and social structures have been disintegrated by force. Empathy, love and harmony among people have been twisted into struggle and hatred. Veneration and appreciation of the heaven and earth have been replaced by an arrogant desire to 吐ight with heaven and earth.・The result has been a total collapse of social, moral and ecological systems, and a profound crisis for the Chinese people, and indeed for humanity. All these calamities have been brought about through the deliberate planning, organization, and control of the CCP.

As a famous Chinese poem goes, 泥eeply I sigh in vain for the falling flowers.・The end is near for the communist regime, which is barely struggling to survive. The days before its collapse are numbered. The Epoch Times believes the time is now ripe, before the CCP痴 total demise, for a comprehensive look back, in order to fully expose how this largest cult in history has embodied the wickedness of all times and places. We hope that those who are still deceived by the CCP will now see its nature clearly, purge its poison from their spirits, extricate their minds from its evil control, free themselves from the shackles of terror, and abandon for good all illusions about it.

The CCP痴 rule is the darkest and the most ridiculous page in Chinese history. Among its unending list of crimes, the vilest must be its persecution of Falun Gong. In persecuting 典ruthfulness, Compassion, Tolerance・Jiang Zemin has driven the last nail into the CCP痴 coffin. The Epoch Times believes that by understanding the true history of the CCP, we can help prevent such tragedies from ever recurring. At the same time, we hope each one of us would reflect on our innermost thoughts and examine whether our cowardice and compromise have made us accomplices in many tragedies that could have been avoided.

http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-1/24696.html


The titles of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party:

1. On What the Communist Party Is
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-9/24672.html

2. On the Beginnings of the Chinese Communist Party
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-13/24830.html

3. On the Tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-13/24939.html

4. On How the Communist Party Is an Anti-Universe Force
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-14/24953.html

5. On the Collusion of Jiang Zemin with the Chinese Communist Party to Persecute Falun Gong
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-18/24972.html

6. On How the Chinese Communist Party Destroyed Traditional Culture
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-20/25087.html

7. On the Chinese Communist Party痴 History of Killing
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-23/25124.html

8. On How the Chinese Communist Party Is an Evil Cult
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-26/25182.html

9. On the Unscrupulous Nature of the Chinese Communist Party
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/4-12-30/25242.html

http://english.epochtimes.com/jiuping.asp

The original article in Chinese: http://www.epochtimes.com/gb/4/11/19/n722351.htm



About the Nine Commentaries:

Australian Forums on the "Nine Commentaries": Some Questions and Answers
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-4-5/27626.html

Former Chinese Soldier Calls on Military to Open Eyes to Truth of CCP
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-4-5/27624.html

The End of Communism: Not at Hand Yet, but Certainly in Sight
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-3-20/27198.html

One in a Hundred: Resignations from CCP Hit a Milestone
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-4-5/27561.html

Seminar on 典he Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party・Held in the U.N. Conference Hall
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-4-4/27586.html

In Remembrance of the Dead on Qing Ming Festival, Chinese Worldwide Speak Out; CCP in a Panic
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-4-4/27584.html

Rally Outside LA City Hall Marks 500,000 Resignations from Chinese Communist Party
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-4-2/27527.html


The "Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party" is about the very bad things the CCP has done to China.

Everyone should read it to learn the history and truth about the Communist Party of China.

alexriversan
Apr 6, 2005, 22:46
i can not verify these things, but it seems to be talking in negative terms.

to help people, improve things, it is important to list up how things can be made better.

then this can be compared to political parties, like the CCP, if they achieve these goals or not.

example: the optimum solution for (a social situation/dealing with a custom) would be: ...........................
the CCP fails to achieve that by doing ........... and not doing ...............

to use the term "beton heads" does not help anybody. (term was common for russian communist party members)

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now i have read the headlines you have made up/copied in, and i do not see anything which operates towards improvement, even survival.

Wang
Apr 6, 2005, 23:51
to help people, improve things, it is important to list up how things can be made better.

then this can be compared to political parties, like the CCP, if they achieve these goals or not.

The CCP does not improve itself. It has had many opportunities but rejected them. Already 660,000 people have resigned from the CCP after reading the Nine Commentaries on the Communist party. They did that because they do not support this evil regime but they want freedom and democracy.

alexriversan
Apr 7, 2005, 00:08
history has shown, the people who suggest "freedom and democracy" often turn out to come with new, worse evilment. ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY TALK IN DESTRUCTIVE TERMS.

see the history of communism itself.

first, they became all equal, then it turned out that some require more attention. remarkable, communism was developed in england (marx was british; see also george orwell's anti-communist propaganda)

today i have read the term "socialism" in a book about china's economy. however, it is not affecting me directly. apart from the fact a lot of the computers are made in china. nearly everything hightech is made in china.

the argument they (chinese economy) would not be productive, is a false argument. criticising parties should verify/improve their own productivity. true the loans are at low niveau, as far as i can see.

it is rather imperialism/slavery. europa already had the according revolution, and has it turned out to become a good, sane paradise?

just a few thoughts.

Wang
Apr 7, 2005, 01:15
history has shown, the people who suggest "freedom and democracy" often turn out to come with new, worse evilment. ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY TALK IN DESTRUCTIVE TERMS.

see the history of communism itself.

first, they became all equal, then it turned out that some require more attention. remarkable, communism was developed in england (marx was british; see also george orwell's anti-communist propaganda)

today i have read the term "socialism" in a book about china's economy. however, it is not affecting me directly. apart from the fact a lot of the computers are made in china. nearly everthing hightech is made in china.

the argument they (chinese economy) would not be productive, is a false argument. criticising parties should verify/improve their own productivity. true the loans are at low niveau, as far as i can see.

it is rather imperialism/slavery. europa already had the according revolution, and has it turned out to become a good, sane paradise?

just a few thoughts.

You should read more about what has been written by checking the links in the first post to the articles.

alexriversan
Apr 7, 2005, 01:35
You should read more about what has been written by checking the links in the first post to the articles.

no, i do not read destructive critics, as i have experienced they can greatly lower my emotional tone. i have read the headlines. history repeats itself.

i have already replied: i expect a programme how to achieve things, of course allowing to contain a critic of the CCP how they fail to achieve it. first the good thing please. then a little bit (20 percent) critic.

the good takes the gun and shoots the bad. now the bad is dead, and there is need for a new bad. the good gets the new bad. repeats endless.

guns are not solving anything.

Wang
Apr 7, 2005, 02:21
no, i do not read destructive critics, as i have experienced they can greatly lower my emotional tone. i have read the headlines. history repeats itself.

i have already replied: i expect a programme how to achieve things, of course allowing to contain a critic of the CCP how they fail to achieve it. first the good thing please. then a little bit (20 percent) critic.

the good takes the gun and shoots the bad. now the bad is dead, and there is need for a new bad. the good gets the new bad. repeats endless.

guns are not solving anything.

That is your opinion.

alexriversan
Apr 7, 2005, 02:31
That is your opinion.

no. my opinion is to replace "communist party" with the author. this is what the author will provide.

the information is the author dislikes the CCP and it is communicated in negative terms.

then, if the CCP is gone, the author/the authors group will change to honeymoon, flowers and free sugarfree candy?

the result if people read this it will make them angry about everything.
the result if they read real ideas they would get angry themselves about the CCP. but (borrowed from orwell) "real ideas are not for everyone".

in terms of cold-war russia these comments are "agitation". nothing else.

probably this group can make up their comments in MAD-magazine style? then i would read them, showing old functioneers sitting in large offices and doing exactly nothing for years. inclusive cobweb.

pointing out the subject of self-determinism: now they do something. manufacturing of detailed statistics about the cobweb/spiders.

can you get the point? hate agitation is out for decades.

Wang
Apr 7, 2005, 02:45
no. my opinion is to replace "communist party" with the author. this is what the author will provide.

the information is the author dislikes the CCP and it is communicated in negative terms.

then, if the CCP is gone, the author/the authors group will change to honeymoon, flowers and free sugarfree candy?

the result if people read this it will make them angry about everything.
the result if they read real ideas they would get angry themselves about the CCP. but (borrowed from orwell) "real ideas are not for everyone".

in terms of cold-war russia these comments are "agitation". nothing else.

probably this group can make up their comments in MAD-magazine style? then i would read them, showing old functioneers sitting in large offices and doing exactly nothing for years. inclusive cobweb.

pointing out the subject of self-determinism: now they do something. manufacturing of detailed statistics about the cobweb/spiders.

can you get the point? hate agitation is out for decades.

I suggest you read this: Australian Forums on the "Nine Commentaries": Some Questions and Answers
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-4-5/27626.html

For any further comments you can give feedback to the author on that site.

alexriversan
Apr 7, 2005, 02:52
http://english.epochtimes.com/news/5-4-5/27626.html (introductionary question)

Q: Professor Yuan, what is your view regarding the legality of Falun Gong practitioners in China intercepting TV signals and broadcasting information? Did they disrupt peoplefs lives?

Yuan Hongbing: I have heard about the TV interceptions by Falun Gong practitioners in China. First of all, I think these incidents are legal, and their actions are moral, since they are protecting human rights.