Today the Communist Party of China (CPC), a totalitarian organization that is the sole party of China's communist dictatorship, celebrates its centenary.
The CPC's ties to Spanish political parties
Currently, the CPC is the second-largest political party in the world (more than 95 million), second only to the Bharatiya Janata Party of India (which has 180 million). Furthermore, the CPC bears the mark of being the longest-ruling party, since 1949, without ever having held free elections. This last piece of information should embarrass the international organizations that relate to that party as if it were a normal and ordinary entity. In the case of Spain, the CPC has maintained a friendly relationship with the Popular Party (PP) - with which it signed a "Memorandum of Understanding, Exchange and Cooperation" in 2013 - and also with the Socialist Party (PSOE) and the Communist Party (PCE), with whom it has been maintaining cordial ties for years.
The greatest genocide in history was perpetrated under the CPC
These relations with Spanish parties are especially serious if we take into account that under the mandate of the CPC the largest genocide in history was perpetrated in China, with estimates of deaths reaching 82 million. Even today the head of that genocide, Mao Tse-Tung, continues to be venerated in that dictatorship, with his portrait being present in a prominent place in the celebrations that have taken place in the last in Beijing to celebrate that centenary. This is as grotesque and aberrant as if today in Germany the centenary of the Nazi Party was celebrated with official acts and portraits of Adolf Hitler, with the difference that Chinese communism killed many more people than German national-socialism.
At the UN Human Rights Committee and committing another genocide
The genocidal practices of that communist dictatorship are not a thing of the past: at present it is committing a genocide against the Uiguir people, with actions such as the internment of between one million and 1.8 million people to concentration camps, subjection to labor forced disappearances, destruction of cultural sites and forced abortions. The height of the nonsense is that while it perpetrates these crimes, since January the communist dictatorship has been part of the UN Human Rights Council. It is as absurd as if the Ku Klux Klan were chosen as a member of an international body against racism.
The persecution of democrats and religious groups
It must also be remembered that even today China maintains an enormous network of concentration camps, the Laogai, also known as the Chinese Gulag, in which tens of millions of people have been interned since the establishment of that communist dictatorship. The CPC regime's persecution of dissidents is currently targeting democracy advocates in Hong Kong and also religious groups, such as Catholic and Evangelical Christians and also the Falun Gong spiritual movement. Religious persecution in China includes the destruction of churches and crosses and the burning of Bibles. All religious confessions have to be subject to the dictates of the CPC if they do not want to be the object of persecution. According to the Christian NGO Open Doors denounced in January, the CPC regime ranks 17th among the countries in the world that persecute Christians the most.
The largest criminal organization in the world and its growing influence in the West
Considering that Communist China is the most populous country, with almost 1.4 billion inhabitants, the CPC regime is currently the largest dictatorship, making that party the largest criminal organization in the world. An organization whose crimes are especially serious, since they are crimes against humanity. What should alarm many democratic countries, if it doesn't already, is that the CPC's networks extend beyond the borders of communist China. In February, a CPC leader, Di Dongsheng, boasted that they are infiltrated in the upper echelons of the United States.
To this must be added the presence of CCP commissars in numerous Chinese companies present in the West. In 2019 Asia Review noted that "Tech giants such as Baidu, Tencent Holdings, Alibaba Group Holding, JD.com, Huawei Technologies, Xiaomi, Douyu, Didi Chuxing and over 1.58 million other companies have set up internal party committees", a presence which has also been noticed in the film industry. The CPC's political and economic influence in the West today is so great that the communist regime has even lobbied several countries to censor plays by Chinese dissidents. Chinese censorship also reaches the tech giants: a month ago it emerged that the famous photo of the man in the tank in Tiananmen Square had disappeared from Microsoft's Bing search engine.
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