In line with Marxism, the motivations of the Chinese Communist Party (hereafter CCP) are economic. It appears that increasing the Party’s wealth is high on the agenda. A large percentage of China’s entire wealth is in the hands of the CCP. Much of China’s population remains poor and they get hit hard by economic downs, whilst the CCP is getting richer and richer. The CCP’s identification with Marxism/Communism should be taken seriously in any analysis of the CCP’s ideological objectives. The CCP is the ruling elite of the last great communist country on Earth.
Marxism in China is frequently described as Communism or Marxism with Chinese characteristics. Buddhism with Chinese characteristics, however, does not make Buddhism originally Chinese. People say there are folk religious elements in Buddhism, but this does not make Buddhism pure Chinese folk religion. If you clothe an ape in human clothes, it still does not make the ape a human. Marxism, even if we put some Chinese elements into it, will remain originally Jewish (Marx is a Jew). Buddhism with Chinese characteristics is just Buddhism made ready for consumption by the Chinese masses, and Marxism with Chinese characteristics is no different.
Marxism can never be Chinese, and this puts the CCP in an awkward position, which is why they try to brand it as ‘authentically Chinese’ or ‘made Chinese’. Marxism will remain a foreign idea, a Jewish idea. The CCP, which declares Communism supreme, is therefore dominated by a Jewish idea. Marxism is an economical ideology, and it is based on a concept of universal equality. The CCP’s motivations and worldview can safely be expected to be economical. The Party’s opposition to different groups is not based on race but on the ideological differences between the CCP and those groups. The CCP is, for instance, anti-Western for Marxist reasons rather than racial ones – and this should not be forgotten when analysing the CCP.
The economical objectives of the CCP may affect different races, but this is not the primary concern of the CCP. The CCP is race-blind, and its ideology is based on the belief in the equality of mankind. It is then logical that the CCP is not concerned about Chinese racial purity as the epitome of Chinese racial interests. There are no policies in the People’s Republic of China (hereafter PRC) which show any concern for this. The CCP is dominated by Marxist economical concerns. The CCP is obviously concerned about its own power. People who get in its way may be exterminated. The CCP deeply cares about retaining and increasing its power. The CCP clearly wants to see itself as strong and therefore as good for China.
A strong government is not necessarily a government that is good for racial purity which is the epitome of the people’s racial interests. For instance, Western governments are strong but their propaganda is nevertheless decidedly anti-White. Legitimacy can therefore not be derived from a government’s strength or power. The most important question to be asked is this: Is the CCP good or bad for the racial purity of the Chinese people? The answer is negative, because there is an obvious dearth of concern about this in the CCP. They are more concerned about economics and power struggles – which tells a lot about the ideology of the CCP. If the CCP wanted it could have banned race-mixing immediately, but it is reluctant to do so. The CCP is therefore not loyal to the racial interests of the Chinese people, and the racial interests perspective (whilst human rights are overemphasised by the Western media which is dominated by liberal ideology) is sorely ignored in analyses of the PRC and CCP.
Preserving the people’s racial purity is a government’s sole right to exist, and the CCP has a long record of forfeiting this right. It was never even concerned about this issue to begin with. Its Marxist ideology cost millions of Chinese lives, and China has lost a lot of its invaluable cultural heritage during the Cultural Revolution. Whatever destruction French or British soldiers may have caused in past wars in China, the CCP has caused far more destruction in China. Therefore, it would be more appropriate to describe the CCP’s reign and the Cultural Revolution as China’s greatest humiliation.
We have suffered the greatest at the hands of the CCP, and we should not allow them to divert our attention from racial purity as the epitome of our racial interests. I am heavily censored on Chinese news sites for speaking the truth about race, racial purity and Jews, and this should tell you all you ever need to know about the CCP. The CCP is complicit with the Jewish agenda if not entirely on board with it. The uncomfortable truth is, the CCP has its own Jews, accepts Jewish money and is not about Chinese racial purity while Israel’s government is about Jewish racial purity. If this is too much for you, suffice to say that the CCP’s ideology does not endorse concern about Chinese racial purity. Conclusion: The CCP is not pro-Chinese but merely pro-itself. That may be a tough truth to swallow.