In November 1967, the Revolutionary Graduate Work Committee, Tongji University, Shanghai, expelled “reactionary” student Zhang Daxiong, after the Red Guard found so-called reactionary diaries in his house.
In them, Zhang wrote, “Two days of time were lost (note: two days of meetings to study), but I have gained a lot! After seeing that the Communist Party is afraid of us rebelling, it forces us to have meetings every day to “study” politics. If you don’t study politics and have a meeting every day, your thinking falls behind. In fact, you will realize how despicable the Communist Party is: with its fake democracy, its fake news, its boasting. It’s all fake, there will be resistance.”
Around that time, and before being expelled from the university, Zhang was listening to radio broadcasts of anti-communist programming, especially music, from the United States and Taiwan. He used this to great advantage to break the censorship of the Communist Party (CCP) at the university.
Meanwhile, the CCP in Shanghai, as in all of China, offered unparalleled violence and mobilized its resources of evil with orders to eliminate millennia of culture. Mao Zedong’s Great Leap Forward became the engine of the “class struggle” and millennia of tradition was annihilated through the Cultural Revolution.
By 1967, fear was a constant in the minds of the people, and millions of citizens put aside their traditional values under the influence of the CCP. There was even a moment, where the wickedness of the Party showed its contempt, when it invited intellectuals to publicly debate what they thought.
This episode is excellently reviewed in, “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party,” “The CCP called on intellectuals to offer their opinions, but then persecuted them as rightists, using their ‘crimes.’ When some criticized the persecution as a conspiracy or a ‘plot’ in the dark. Mao proclaimed, ‘It is not a plot in the dark, but an open stratagem.'”
In that climate 50 years ago, out of values and courage, Zhang, who came from a traditional family woke up to reality and instantly understood that the communist goal of eliminating the relationship between heaven and earth that had existed, was being fulfilled through violence. However, Zhang predicted, “The dictatorship of the Communist Party will be completely eliminated.”
The communist party exercises evil on a global level
Also in national socialist Germany, the party executed Hans and Sophie Scholl, who opposed Hitler from university classrooms.
Sophie Scholl belonged to the League of German Girls, and was critical of the Nazi regime among its ranks, for which she was labeled a “degenerate.” Like Zhang, Scholl had awakened and understood in her heart that the Nazi regime threatened tradition.
God was very important in her life. Scholl studied Cardinal Newman’s “theology of conscience” in depth and could see the evil of the Nazi party.
The Scholls found the White Rose
In 1942, the Scholls, together with Alexander Schmorell, Willi Graf, and Jürgen Wittenstein joined the passive resistance against Hitler’s Germany. They were enlightened by the thoughts of Aristotle, Novalis, Goethe, and Schiller, and put forward their social theses based on these arguments. However, they failed to awaken the German people.
Finally, after being captured by the Gestapo, the Scholls were executed.
As was the end of the National Socialist Party of Germany, the CCP’s days are numbered.