On November 15, protesters shouted in unison: “The Communist Party steps down!” “Xi Jinping steps down!” (Internet screenshot)
[The Epoch Times, November 18, 2023]On November 15, when Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping attended the APEC summit in San Francisco, on his way to the Feroli Manor to meet with US President Biden, many protesters shouted in unison: “The Communist Party is out of power.” !” “Xi Jinping steps down!”
On November 14, the day Xi arrived in San Francisco, protesters rented a small plane and flew over Livermore, California, with a giant banner that read “End Communist Party, Free China, Free Hong Kong, Free Tibet, Free Uyghurs.” Haywood City, Oakland City, passing through the Bay Bridge, reaching San Francisco City, and then crossing San Francisco City City, reaching the Golden Gate Bridge and Dumbarton Bridge, which can be seen by people in the entire Bay Area.
On the day of the meeting between Biden and Xi, Geng He, the wife of Gao Zhisheng, a famous Chinese human rights lawyer, also went to a place where Xi must pass to protest. She held up a photo of lawyer Gao Zhisheng, which read: “Geng He shouted to Xi Jinping: Where is Gao Zhisheng?”, “It’s been 6 years since Gao Zhisheng was kidnapped and disappeared. Where is he today?”
Xi’s visit to California is Xi’s first visit to the United States since Biden took office as the 46th President of the United States. The biggest difference from Xi’s previous visits to the United States is that this time Xi encountered the largest number of protesters.
The roar outside the APEC summit conveyed at least the following four messages:
First, the awakening of people at home and abroad.
One of the outstanding characteristics of the CCP over the past century is that it is good at propaganda, disguise, and deception. In the words of Yan Xishan, a politician from the Republic of China, the CCP is “the nine-tailed vixen that can confuse people the most.”
Over the past century, the CCP has established a party cultural discourse system that “confuses right and wrong, confuses right and wrong, and is bright and beautiful.” This has not only confused hundreds of millions of Chinese people, but also confused many foreign people.
However, no matter how cunning the fox is, he cannot escape the sharp eyes of the “Awakened One”.
In 2004, 2017, and 2018, The Epoch Times published a series of editorials such as “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party,” “The Ultimate Goal of Communism,” and “The Devil Rules Our World,” describing the Communist Party as “false, evil, fighting, and anti- heaven. The nature of “anti-earth, anti-humanity, anti-gods and Buddhas, and destruction of mankind” is made known to the world. For all Chinese people and people all over the world, through the dazzling various illusions created by the CCP, they can break their illusions about the CCP and understand the CCP clearly. The essence of it provides three “golden keys”.
In recent years, the Sino-US trade war, the CCP’s suppression of the anti-extradition movement in Hong Kong, the spread of the “Chinese Communist Party virus” around the world, the CCP’s extreme pressure on Taiwan, and the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong have expanded to three years of “extreme clearing” The persecution of the entire Chinese people, the CCP actually stood on the side of Russia in the Russo-Ukrainian war, and actually stood on the side of Kazakhstan in the Israel-Kazakhstan war. These major events one after another fully prove: the above-mentioned three books such as “Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party” The truth revealed about the Communist Party is absolutely true.
The more people at home and abroad, the more people will be able to recognize the evil intentions behind the CCP’s lies.
For example, the “three principles” proposed by the Chinese Communist Party at the US-China Summit – mutual respect, peaceful coexistence, and win-win – look beautiful, but the real meaning behind them is not beautiful at all.
Former U.S. State Department China Advisor Yu Maochun pointedly pointed out that the CCP’s so-called “mutual respect” essentially requires the United States to “stop speaking ill of the CCP because of its repression and misconduct”; “peaceful coexistence” essentially requires the United States to “When the CCP wants to dominate the world with its own governance model, do not boycott the CCP at the expense of the existing global free trade system and international law.” “Win-win” is essentially “the CCP wins twice and the United States loses twice.”
The most prominent manifestation of the people’s awakening at home and abroad is the wave of withdrawals from the CCP’s party, leagues, and teams that has swept the world since the publication of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party.
According to statistics from the Epoch Times Quit the Party website, 420 million Chinese have withdrawn from the Communist Party of China (CCP), leagues, and teams so far.
This is the greatest spiritual awakening movement since the collapse of the communist regimes in the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in the late 1980s and early 1990s. It is fundamentally shaking the foundation of the CCP’s rule.
Second, the CCP has reached the end of its rope.
The CCP has been killing people for hundreds of years and continues to kill them to this day. The CCP has become the party that kills the most people and owes the largest blood debt in human history.
Since the CCP’s crime of harvesting organs from living Falun Gong practitioners was first exposed in the United States in 2006, the International Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong has obtained a large amount of evidence after 17 years of independent investigation, including videos and videos of the victims’ final testimony. recording. These evidences were displayed in a concentrated manner in the 32-episode TV series “Irreducible Evidence” produced by “WOIPFG”.
The WOIPFG investigation concluded:
Since the CCP dictator Jiang Zemin launched the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners who believe in “Truthfulness, Compassion, and Tolerance” on July 20, 1999, he has exceeded all moral and legal bottom lines and committed large-scale organ harvesting from living Falun Gong practitioners. Genocide, torture, and crimes against humanity “unprecedented on this planet.”
The CCP, which has suffered heavy blood debts, is soaked from head to toe in the black “criminal karma”. So much so that today, in all areas of domestic and foreign affairs, whenever the CCP makes a move, it is bound to be a foolish move.
This is something that even the CCP doesn’t admit to itself.
In 2023, the Chinese Communist Party removed a book called “Chongzhen: The Diligent King of the Subjugated Country” from the shelves. The real reason why this book was removed from the shelves is that there is a reminder on the cover of the book: “If you make mistakes one after another, the more diligent you are, the more your country will perish.”
The superimposed effects of the CCP’s “continuous moves” are:
Economically, it has reached the brink of collapse – the stock market, foreign exchange market, property market, and bond market are all killing each other.
Politically, we have fallen into the “Tacitus Trap” – public power has lost credibility; no matter what the CCP says or does, people no longer believe it.
Culturally, it has become a “sea of rakshasas” – “The mahu doesn’t know he is a donkey, the bird doesn’t know he is a chicken”; “But coal eggs are always black when they are born, no matter you How do you wash it? It is also a dirty thing.”
Third, Xi Jinping is standing on the edge of the cliff.
Xi Jinping has been in power for 11 years, and there have been constant internal and external struggles. Until today, wherever we look, we see enemies everywhere.
To date, through selective anti-corruption, Xi has investigated and dealt with more than 630 senior officials at the deputy provincial and ministerial level and above, as well as other central management cadres. These include: members of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China, members of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China, vice-chairmen of the Central Military Commission, first-level justices and second-level justices of the Supreme Court, ministers and deputy ministers, provincial governors and deputy governors, provincial party committee secretaries and deputy secretaries, and provincial political and legal committees. Secretaries, top leaders of provincial public prosecutors, procurators, courts, and departments, major generals, lieutenant generals, generals, second-generation red generation, second-generation officials, chairman and president of large state-owned enterprises, financial executives, and so on.
All these high-ranking officials, their families, children, and their backers all hate the custom deeply and want to get rid of it quickly.
Xi reached the pinnacle of centralization after his third term in office. He has become the “blame bearer” for all problems in the Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping, and Jiang Zemin eras. He has also become the primary person responsible for all domestic and foreign affairs problems of the CCP today. As a result, Xi has become the target of all anti-Xi forces at home and abroad.
During the five years of Xi’s second term, one miscalculation after another caused Sino-US relations to deteriorate to the lowest point in more than 40 years since the establishment of diplomatic relations.
At this APEC summit, Xi Jinping hoped that by easing relations with the United States, it would have some stimulating effect on “saving the economy.” However, all major differences between China and the United States remain.
After the meeting between Biden and Xi Jinping, a reporter asked US President Biden if he stood by his previous remarks of calling Xi Jinping a dictator. Biden bluntly said: “He is a dictator.” No face given at all.
Xi’s “wolf warrior diplomacy”, Xi’s stance on the Russia-Ukraine war, the Israel-Kazakhstan war, and the Korean Peninsula issue, Xi’s practices on the East China Sea, Taiwan Strait, and South China Sea issues, and Xi’s “One Belt, One Road” initiative are all in line with the universal The values run counter to each other. All these have put Xi in fact in a state of opposition to the free world led by the United States, and have also made Xi unprecedentedly isolated internationally.
Xi’s biggest crisis is that Xi still does not really control the military.
Since the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, a number of senior generals personally promoted and promoted by Xi Jinping have been in trouble one after another. The military purge triggered by the Rocket Force case has affected the Ministry of National Defense, the Joint Staff Department of the Central Military Commission, the Strategic Support Force, the Equipment Development Department, the Navy, the Air Force, and large military industrial enterprises.
The more than 160 generals investigated by Xi before the 20th National Congress are Xi’s mortal enemies.
Ten years after Xi’s anti-corruption campaign, after Xi repeatedly emphasized that the military must be “absolutely loyal,” and after Xi repeatedly issued warnings using Zhang Guotao and other “villain figures” in the history of the CCP as examples, Xi personally promoted and re-employed these key The senior generals in their posts are still disloyal to Xi, are still engaging in massive corruption, and are still violating the rule of law.
These “Xi family troops” who were investigated and punished by Xi after the 20th National Congress have also become Xi’s mortal enemies.
The above situation shows that Xi still faces the risk of mutiny, coup, and assassination.
Li Keqiang, who was marginalized by Xi on stage and made the most vulnerable prime minister, died under mysterious circumstances only seven months after his retirement. Many people suspect that Li Keqiang was killed.
Li Keqiang’s death, on the one hand, has caused everyone in the CCP officialdom, especially senior officials, to feel in danger; on the other hand, people who do not want to be Li Keqiang’s second, third, or Nth will rise up to defend themselves and resist.
This makes Xi Jinping have to be vigilant at all times and be careful everywhere. There is no way to guard against it and there is always danger.
Fourth, China is about to undergo tremendous changes.
1976 was a year of great changes in Chinese history: the “three giants” of the Communist Party of China – Premier Zhou Enlai, Chairman of the National People’s Congress Zhu De, and Chairman of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China Mao Zedong passed away one after another; less than a month after Mao’s death, Mao personally selected the final One of his successors, Hua Guofeng, ordered the arrest of Mao’s wife Jiang Qing and other “Gang of Four”.
Since the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, a series of major events have taken place in China: On October 22 last year, Hu Jintao, the former top leader of the Communist Party of China, the government and the military, was forcibly removed from the 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in front of the cameras of the international media, which was tantamount to a global audience. General Assembly Hall; on November 30 last year, the former top leader of the Communist Party of China’s political and military Jiang Zemin died violently, and the great plague once again swept across China; on October 27 this year, to almost everyone’s surprise, the former member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China, Premier Li Keqiang suddenly died mysteriously in Shanghai.
The fierce, dangerous, strange, and dark internal strife within the top leadership of the CCP has left the world stunned.
After Li Keqiang’s death, there may be other high-ranking officials at the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China who died one after another.
In November last year, to protest against the CCP’s three-year “extreme purge”, a large number of people took to the streets in Urumqi Middle Road, Shanghai, shouting in unison: “Step down the Communist Party” and “Step down Xi Jinping”.
In November this year, in order to protest against the tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party, outside the venue where Xi Jinping attended the APEC summit, protesters from all over the United States and around the world also shouted in unison: “Step down the Communist Party” and “Step down Xi Jinping.”
People at home and abroad on both sides of the Pacific actually shouted the same slogans, loudly and passionately, resounding through the sky. Perhaps this is the human equivalent of the celestial phenomenon of “Heaven destroys the CCP”.
On November 11, pro-democracy activists Wei Jingsheng, Wang Dan, and Wang Juntao held a press conference on the “State Council” at the Hilton Canopy Hotel in San Francisco. According to reports, the first “National Security Council” will be held in March next year in Washington, the capital of the United States, with the aim of “discussing plans to end the tyranny of the Chinese Communist Party and create a democratic China.”
Many Chinese people at home and abroad are preparing for the collapse of the CCP.
The CCP’s rule is already crumbling, and Xi Jinping’s power is in jeopardy.
China’s great changes have come about because of the right time (Heaven will destroy the CCP), the right location (the world surrounds the CCP), and the harmony of people (both internal and external).
If another heartbreaking incident occurs, it may trigger a turbulent wave of political changes.
Six years ago in April, when Xi Jinping went to Mar-a-Lago in Florida to meet with then-U.S. President Trump, Sino-U.S. relations were still on the upswing.
Today, six years later, when Xi Jinping went to the Feroli Manor in San Francisco to meet with current US President Joe Biden, Sino-US relations had fallen into an abyss and would never return to the past.
The stars change, and the sea changes.
Human history is indeed undergoing tremendous changes unseen in a century. However, this great change is not the “rise in the east and fall in the west” imagined by Xi Jinping, but may very well be the end of the CCP.
Xi is likely to be the person who brings an end to the century-old history of the Chinese Communist Party.
Epoch Times first release
Editor in charge: Gao Yi