Nixon’s visit to China left a legacy of the Chinese Communist Party’s entry into the United Nations has the inside story

The Chinese Communist Party’s infiltration, scourge and threat to the United States and the Western world are increasingly recognized by American and Western governments and educated people. When one looks back in history, one cannot help but sigh: perhaps the United States and the West have made a big mistake since the time former U.S. President Richard Nixon visited China, i.e., allowing the evil Chinese Communist regime to live on, and this historical event certainly deserves a big book by the Chinese Communist Party.

Nixon visited Beijing in February 1972, in the midst of the Cultural Revolution. However, people are surprised to find that in the 100-episode brainwashing micro-documentary “100 Years of the Chinese Communist Party”, not a single word is said about the Cultural Revolution, which brought great pain to the Chinese people and society, as if this period of history no longer exists. This kind of selective forgetting is really the usual tactic of the Chinese Communist Party, which is very effective in deceiving the ignorant Chinese people, especially the young people who know little about China’s modern and contemporary history, and that is why we have to repeatedly expose the lies of the Chinese Communist Party.

Although it avoids mentioning the Cultural Revolution, the brainwashing film does not forget to single out the Nixon visit to China. In the fortieth episode of the brainwashing film, “Breaking the Ice between China and the United States,” two major events are recounted, and the heavyweight who promoted Nixon’s visit to China, Kissinger, then assistant to the U.S. president for national security affairs, is also named. One was that after Kissinger’s secret visit to China in 1971, the Chinese Communist Party joined the United Nations that year. To which Mao confessed, “It was the black brothers who carried us in.” The other was Nixon’s visit to China, where he met with Zhou Enlai and Mao Zedong respectively and signed the Sino-US Joint Communiqué.

So why did Nixon visit China at this time? What did he mean to the Chinese Communist Party? And what was the inside story of the Chinese Communist Party’s entry into the United Nations?

According to declassified documents and memoirs, Nixon chose to visit China at this time because the U.S. and the Soviet Union were in fierce competition and caught up in the Vietnam War, which led to the rise of anti-war sentiment at home. Jin Wuji, a senior Chinese Communist spy lurking in the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency, passed this information to Beijing in time for the Communist Party to adjust its policies for maximum political benefits.

Thus, in November 1970, Zhou Enlai sent a message through Romania, which had good relations with both China and the United States, that Nixon was welcome in Beijing. The Chinese Communist Party was so proactive because it was facing many problems of its own. On the one hand, it was at war with the Soviet Union and faced threats from the Soviet Union, and had few friends internationally except for some poor countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America; on the other hand, the domestic economy was on the verge of bankruptcy due to the armed struggle during the Cultural Revolution, and the flight of Lin Biao, Mao’s “closest comrade”, and the plane crash in Mongolia had drastically reduced the prestige of Mao and the CCP. Public discontent was growing. At this difficult time of internal and external difficulties, improving relations with the United States would undoubtedly be of great benefit to the CCP.

When Beijing’s invitation arrived at the White House in early 1971, Nixon’s instructions were that “we must not be too aggressive. However, contacts between the two sides increased thereafter. Kissinger eventually made a secret visit to Beijing in July of that year. According to declassified files, 1/3 of Kissinger’s first secret meeting with Zhou Enlai involved Taiwan. Kissinger also suggested that if Nixon was re-elected, he would recognize Beijing by January 1975 and fully accept Beijing’s terms, kicking Taiwan out of the way. Kissinger also revealed that Nixon also mentioned helping the Chinese Communist Party enter the United Nations.

With both sides having their own needs, Nixon finally set foot on Chinese soil. In order to receive Nixon, the Chinese Communist Party not only made fishermen brave the -20 degree Celsius cold and the risk of being attacked by sharks to go through hundreds of deep-sea fishing for fresh abalone, even if three people were frozen to death, but also sent more than 100 sprinklers overnight to allow Nixon to see the Great Wall smoothly, allowing 600,000 people to sweep snow from Diaoyutai to Beacon… …Such behavior can only occur in a dictatorship like the Chinese Communist Party.

And Nixon, who had what it took to seek re-election as president, said directly to Mao in a conversation with him, “I think the President’s vote for me is a better choice between the two bad things (Republicans and Liberals).” And Mao chimed in, “I do like the right wing. People say you guys are right wing, they say you Republicans are right wing.”

Nixon’s visit to China really sent shockwaves through the U.S. dynasty, and leaders of both parties and some members of the U.S. House and Senate visited China one after another. Nixon won the election, but was eventually impeached because of the Watergate scandal and resigned in August 1974, becoming the first president in U.S. history to do so. Kissinger’s promise to Zhou Enlai could not be fulfilled either.

For the Chinese Communist regime, Nixon’s visit to China for his own selfish interests kept the Communist regime on the verge of collapse, and changed the U.S. government’s consistent hard-line policy toward China after the Korean War, to the detriment of all. The day before Nixon’s arrival in Beijing, Chiang Kai-shek clearly mentioned in his speech at the “Fifth Session of the National Assembly”: “Any appeasement of the international community today that seeks to balance political power with evil forces will never contribute to world peace, but will only serve to prolong the suffering of our 700 million people and increase The scourge of the world! We remain highly vigilant against any action that undermines the sovereign interests of the Republic of China!”

Clearly, the change in the U.S. attitude toward the Chinese Communist regime has certainly had a tremendous impact on the world, and this has allowed the Chinese Communist Party to join the United Nations.

It is important to note that the Chinese Communist Party has been calling for the “restoration of its legal rights in the United Nations” since the establishment of the regime in 1949, and this is what the brainwashing film says. The reference to “restoration” is obviously a deception to the Chinese people, and the unofficial term is “replacement”. In the CCP’s view, Chiang Kai-shek’s expulsion to Taiwan meant the demise of the Republic of China and the automatic transfer of his seat in the UN to the CCP. However, until 1971, the ROC was still largely recognized internationally as the legitimate representative of China, while the PRC was the illegitimate government. In other words, the period from 1949 to 1971 was a vacuum for the Chinese Communist regime in the international community.

Why did China achieve such an important position in the UN Security Council? It was closely tied to the protracted war of resistance by the ROC government, the Chinese Nationalist Party, and the Chinese military (excluding the Chinese Communist army). It was because of the great contribution of China’s resistance to the world war against fascism that the United States and Britain not only abrogated all the unequal treaties signed with the Qing government, but China became one of the four internationally recognized leaders of the world war against fascism, and became one of the five permanent members of the United Nations after the war without any doubt. No matter how sophomoric the Chinese Communist Party is, it cannot hide the fact that it was the representative of the ROC government who represented China in the issuance of the Joint Declaration, the discussion of the UN Charter, and the signing of the UN Charter.

Look at the big talk of the Chinese Communist Party, which not only did not resist the war, but also exclusively fought the Kuomintang and secretly colluded with the Japanese army. As Mao Zedong said, the CCP should thank Japan for invading China, otherwise the Communist Party would not have been able to grow and seize power. It would be a joke for such a party to replace the ROC in the Security Council without regard for national justice.

Perhaps knowing its embarrassing situation, the Chinese Communist Party, in order to be recognized by the international community and become a member of the United Nations as soon as possible, has spent huge sums of money to assist “third world” countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America since the establishment of its government, so that they can vote for it. According to the declassified files of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Communist Party of China, the amount of foreign aid in the 1950s was as high as 4 billion RMB. Even between 1959 and 1961, when 40 million Chinese died of starvation, the Communist Party did not forget to provide foreign aid, such as sending grain to Albania. And between 1971 and 1975, the mainland’s official foreign aid accounted for an average of 5.88 percent of total state spending each year, even though many Chinese were still starving at the time.

The “Third World” governments that had received favors from the Chinese Communist Party, seeing the change in attitude of the United States, pushed harder at the United Nations, and on July 15, 1971, 17 member states proposed that the issue of “restoring the legal rights of the People’s Republic of China in the United Nations Organization” be added to the agenda of the 26th session of the UN General Assembly. On July 15, 1971, 17 member states proposed to add the issue of “restoring the legal rights of the People’s Republic of China to the United Nations” to the agenda of the 26th session of the UN General Assembly, claiming that “the People’s Republic of China, as a founding member of the United Nations and a permanent member of the Security Council, has been systematically and manipulatively excluded from the United Nations since 1949”. Such a black-and-white motion is really a short-sighted one.

On September 25 of the same year, Albania, Romania and 23 other countries (including the 17 mentioned above) again submitted a similar draft resolution to the United Nations (draft A/L.632 and its additional documents 1 and 2). During the General Debate of the UN General Assembly from October 19 to October 24, more than seventy countries participated in the statements in the debate on China’s representation.

On October 25, the General Assembly voted on the above-mentioned draft. The delegate of the Government of the Republic of China, who was representing China at the time, walked out of the room before the results of the vote were announced and called the case “a case of exclusion of us from the country”. The General Assembly adopted the draft by 76 votes in favor, 35 against, and 17 abstentions, which is the UN General Assembly Resolution 2758. In response, the representative of the Republic of China stated that the rejection of draft resolution A/L.632 and its additional documents 1 and 2 was a flagrant violation of the provisions of the Charter of the United Nations regarding the expulsion of Member States, and the delegation of the Republic of China decided to withdraw from the General Assembly.

However, in accordance with the organizational procedures of the United Nations, this draft resolution does not involve the expulsion of a Member State, which should be voted on by the Security Council, but only a question of diplomatic recognition, which should be voted on by the General Assembly of the United Nations, so the Republic of China is not expelled, and the United Nations only recognizes that the Government of the People’s Republic of China has replaced the seat of Chiang C.C.C.’s representative.

Since then, the thieving Chinese Communist regime has acquired the right of representation in the United Nations held by the government of the Republic of China. The Republic of China was not “expelled from the UN” as the Communist Party of China claimed, but withdrew from the UN on its own initiative. This was not unrelated to Chiang Kai-shek’s adherence to the “One China” principle at the time.

In addition, because the resolution only mentions “Representative Chiang Chung Cheng” without mentioning the Republic of China or Taiwan, the main territory under the control of the Republic of China government at the time, the controversy over Taiwan’s “return to the United Nations” or “accession to the United Nations” arose later. The controversy related to Taiwan’s “return” or “accession” to the United Nations. “The sovereignty of the territory of Taiwan administered by Chiang C.C.C.’s representatives was also left undecided.

On October 26, 1971, the day after the Republic of China was forced to withdraw from the United Nations, Chiang Kai-shek issued a “Letter to All Compatriots for the Withdrawal of the Republic of China from the United Nations,” in which he denounced the danger of the Chinese Communist Party to the world and the Chinese nation, stating: “The people of the mainland, including the majority of Communist Party cadres, have revolted from disappointment to rebellion, and the Maoist Communist gangsters see that the anti-communist volcano under their feet is about to erupt. The Maoist bandits, seeing that the anti-communist volcano under their feet is about to erupt and they have no way out, have changed their foreign strategy and want to linger on through guile and deceit …….”

Chiang Kai-shek also warned the world: “In particular, we must recognize that the changes in the world situation are centered on the Chinese problem; and how the Chinese problem is solved will also determine the fate of mankind in the world as a whole. Therefore, we are in a crucial position of great importance in this great change, and the success or failure of our struggle will also determine the safety and security of the world and the fate of mankind. We must not sit and watch or wait for changes in the world situation, but must take the initiative, master the changes, and actively strive to control the enemy.”

Today, Chiang Kai-shek’s prophecy is playing out again in the present, and the danger brought to the world by the CCP virus has already made the world is waking up, that is, if the CCP is not removed, there will never be peace in the world.