Because of the CCP, 1.6 Billion Chinese now live a much better life - just try and argue this with me.
Taking Credit for the Achievements of People’s Hard Work
The CCP’s claim to legitimacy lies in the economic development over the past 20 some years. In reality, however, such development was gradually
achieved by the Chinese people after the fetters of the CCP were slightly relaxed and, therefore, has nothing to do with the CCP’s own merit. The
CCP has, however, claimed this economic development as its own achievement, asking people to be grateful for it, as if none of these developments
would have taken place without the CCP. We all know, in reality, that many non-Communist countries achieved faster economic growth a long time ago.
The winners of Olympic gold medals are required to thank the Party. The Party did not hesitate to use the contrived image of a “great nation of
sports” to eulogize itself. China suffered a great deal in the SARS epidemic, but People's Daily reported that China defeated the virus “relying
on the Party's basic theory, basic line, basic principle, and basic experience.” The launching of China’s spaceship Shenzhou-V was accomplished
by the professionals of astronautic science and technology, but the CCP used it as evidence to prove that only the CCP could lead the Chinese people
to enter the rank of powerful countries in the world. As for China’s hosting of the 2008 Olympic Games, what was in reality an “olive branch”
given by Western countries to encourage China to improve its human rights, the CCP uses to enhance its claims to legitimacy and to provide a pretext
for suppressing the Chinese people. China’s “great market potential,” which is sought after by foreign investors, stems from the capacity for
consumption of China’s population of 1.3 billion. The CCP usurps credit for this potential, and turns it into a keen weapon used to coerce Western
society into cooperating with the CCP’s rule. The CCP attributes anything bad to reactionary forces and the ulterior motives of individuals, while
crediting everything good to the Party leadership. The CCP will make use of every single achievement to make its claim to legitimacy more attractive.
Even the wrongdoing that the CCP commits can be turned into something “good” to serve its purposes. For example, when the truth about the rampant
spread of AIDS could no longer be covered up, the CCP suddenly created a new identity. It carefully mobilized its propaganda machine, utilizing
everyone from well-known actors to the Party’s general secretary, in order to portray the prime culprit, the CCP, as a blessing for patients, a
destroyer of AIDS, and a challenger to disease. In dealing with such a serious life-and-death issue, all the CCP could think of was how to use the
issue to glorify itself. Only as vicious a schemer as the CCP is capable of such ruthless behavior as brazenly or underhandedly taking credit and
utterly disregarding human life.
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Without ccp, Chinese will have a better and better life.