What is the CCP’s “new political party system”?

On June 25, the CPC issued a white paper on “A New Type of Political Party System,” stating that the multi-party cooperation and political consultation system led by the CPC “meets China’s national conditions and the needs of national governance” and is “conducive to national development, national revitalization, social progress and people’s happiness.

The CCP’s claim is contrary to the facts. The CCP has been in dictatorship for 72 years, and its many political campaigns and disasters have taken the lives of 80 million Chinese people. Today, China’s environment is heavily polluted, traditional culture has been destroyed, 600 million people have a monthly income of only 1,000 RMB, and there is a large number of poor people. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is the dominant party, ordering people from all walks of life to follow the Party and listen to the Party’s words. The CCP has imposed a ban on the press, a ban on the Party, a strict Internet blockade, and a wanton violation of human rights. While the CCP keeps repeating its sophistry, it is necessary for us to revisit history and face the reality.

The Essence of the CCP’s One-Party System

Why does the CCP insist on a one-party system? Deng Xiaoping once claimed that it was for “social stability”. The official media, documents and spokespersons of the CCP have repeatedly said that this is due to the needs of the country and is “the people’s choice”.

On March 12, 2021, the party media Xinhua News Agency published an article saying: “From the Fifth Plenary Session of the 19th Party Central Committee to the National People’s Congress in 2021, the Party’s propositions have been transformed into national will through legal procedures, and the planning outline that brings together the wisdom and will of the people of all ethnic groups in the Party …… “This statement shows nakedly that the CCP uses the law to forcibly translate its own attempts into the “national will” and forcibly represent the “people of all nationalities”. It can be seen that all the policies introduced by the CCP since its establishment are the Party’s ideas, which do not reflect public opinion at all.

In the world, countries with socialist systems have experienced famine, economic depression, and the deprivation of human rights, while most countries with multi-party systems are rich and stable, with people living and working in peace and enjoying their rights to freedom. In Asia alone, the economic growth and free atmosphere of Taiwan, Japan and South Korea are the envy of mainland visitors.

From the 1950s to the 1980s, more than one million Chinese people smuggled themselves into Hong Kong by foot, boat or water due to hunger, poverty and political persecution, making it the longest mass exodus during the Cold War, known as the “Great Escape”. Since then, many Chinese have chosen to leave the mainland, some legally and others risking their lives, all destined for a free and democratic society. This includes a large number of Chinese Communist Party officials and their families. The facts show that the Communist Party is evil and socialism is bad.

If the Communist Party claims to “work for the happiness of the people,” why does it ignore the facts and why does it not allow the people to try a new system? Because it does not want to lose its power and the benefits that come with it.

The CCP Deprives the People of Political Rights

The CCP’s one-party dictatorship deprives the people of their right to participate and discuss politics, and relies on illegality and violence to maintain and further persecute the people.

Mainland dissident Cha Jianguo, one of the founders of the China Democratic Party (CDP), was arrested in 1999 for allegedly assisting Xu Wenli in establishing the Beijing and Tianjin branches of the CDP, and was sentenced to nine years in prison in August of the same year for “subversion of state power.

On October 5, 2016, the Voice of America reported on the chaos of grassroots elections in China. Yang Tingjian (real name Yang Wei), a human rights activist in Zixi County, Jiangxi, described how he was suppressed for running for the local People’s Congress. When Yang Tingjian registered for the election, local election officials said he was not eligible to run. Yang went to the local election committee to check the relevant legal documents to prove that non-Communist Party members were also eligible to run, but was administratively detained for 10 days for “disturbing the order of the office” and thus missed collecting his form.

In January, 55 Hong Kong pan-democrats were arrested by police on charges that they had violated Hong Kong’s version of the National Security Law by participating in the pan-democratic primary election last July. 47 of them were charged with “conspiracy to subvert state power” on Feb. 28. In March, the Chinese Communist Party’s National People’s Congress passed the “Decision on Improving Hong Kong’s Electoral System,” essentially blocking the pro-democracy camp’s path to parliamentary politics.

Whose interests does the Chinese Communist Party represent?

On June 25, the party media commented that the CCP’s political party system “can truly, widely and permanently represent the fundamental interests of the broadest number of people. …… It can effectively avoid the disadvantages of some political party systems that represent partisan, class, regional and group interests and oppose for the sake of opposition, leading to undecided deliberation and social disintegration. the drawback of “tearing apart”.

As we all know, officials at all levels of the CCP and delegates to the National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference are not democratically elected in the true sense of the word, so how can such a system “truly” represent the fundamental interests of the people?

Since the CCP promotes the party’s ideas, how is it qualified to accuse “some political party systems of representing partisan and class interests”? Moreover, under the CCP, the Chinese people have never had a real vote and have never experienced a different political system, so how could they know that it would lead to “social tearing”?

Lei Xinrui, a girl from Feng County, Baoji City, Shaanxi Province, suffered from quadriplegia, loss of consciousness, and blindness after receiving a Group A influenza vaccine from Wuhan Biologicals when she was 11 months old. In 2016, Lei’s family took the child to Beijing for treatment, during which they went to the CPC Health and Planning Commission to reflect the problem, only to be forcibly brought back by the Feng County government and public security officers in the middle of the night. His mother, Lei Xiao, was held in a detention center for more than a month, and his father and grandmother were detained for “provoking and provoking trouble.

Lei Xiao told the Epoch Times: “In the exchange group of children with vaccine sequelae, there are many new faces of vaccination accidents every day, and most of them are incurable, watching their lively and lovely children being maimed by a poisonous vaccine into a vegetable, suffering such a terminal disaster, but not even the right to tell the truth, this is the land we live in! ” In December 2019, 5-year-old Lei Xinrui left this life.

On July 29, 2019, Huang Qi, a well-known Chinese human rights activist and founder of the June 4 network, was convicted of “intentionally leaking state secrets” and “illegally providing family secrets to foreign countries. “In October 2018, Huang Qi’s mother, Pu, who is in her eighties, made an appeal via video: “My son is speaking the truth for the Chinese people, speaking their grievances, and he is not guilty. The other side deliberately fabricated evidence to frame ……”.

In early January 2021, James To, a senior former member of the Hong Kong Democratic Party, was arrested for his participation in the Legislative Council primary election. After his release, he called on the Chinese state leaders to think: “Why can’t [Hong Kong] implement the real one country, two systems, but stay away from civilized values and use trumped-up political charges to persecute people who are peaceful, fighting for civilized values and democracy? I am really so heartbroken.”

Xu Na is a Beijing painter and a Falun Gong practitioner who has been arrested and sentenced several times for her adherence to her faith, has been tortured, and is still in illegal detention. In her article “Who Wrecked My Motherland,” Xu Na wrote, “My motherland represents the mountains and rivers of this land and thousands of years of traditional Confucianism, Buddhism, and Taoism. But a hundred years ago a ‘ghost’ floating over Europe came to plague the land of China, making the people profit-oriented, saying that it was the profit of the country, the profit of the family, and the profit of the individual. The whole country ‘crossed up and down to conquer profits’ and abandoned the five virtues of ‘benevolence, righteousness, propriety, wisdom and faith’. It battles the heavens and the earth, so that mountains and rivers are no longer. Now even the green water and green mountains are to be squeezed out of the golden and silver mountains.”

Communist Party of China and Democratic Parties “Liver and Guts”?

The CCP claims that it and the democratic parties are “in the same boat through thick and thin” and “sharing the same guts”, but in fact, those democrats are all pawns and tools in the CCP’s hands, used to “play up” the CCP’s “enlightened”. If the democrats did not bow down to the Party, they would not even be able to work as vases.

In late April 1957, the Communist Party invited the leaders of the democratic parties to help rectify the situation and encouraged them to “know everything and say everything”. Several prominent democrats gladly offered their opinions and suggestions to the Party, but they were branded as “rightists” and were severely purged.

“Zhang Bojun, who was a member of the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress, Vice Chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Minister of the Central Ministry of Communications, Chairman of the Peasants’ and Workers’ Democratic Party, and Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the League of Democrats, had his social positions largely revoked. During the Cultural Revolution, his family was subjected to continuous criticism because of his “rightist” status.

Luo Longji, then Vice Chairman of the Central Committee of the Democratic League of China, suggested that a committee be set up by the National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference to examine the mistakes and deviations in the “Three Anti’s”, “Five Anti’s” and “Purge” campaigns. The committee should be composed of the ruling party, democratic parties and non-partisan democrats.

Peng Wenying, a member of the Central Committee of the Democratic League of China and a member of the Standing Committee of the Shanghai Municipal Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, made the following “rightist” remarks: “Learning from the Soviet Union is not necessarily good; learning from the United States is not necessarily bad. In April 1958, Peng Wenying was stripped of all his posts and his salary and allowances, and in December 1961, Peng’s second son committed suicide by taking sleeping pills under extreme distress and depression. “During the Cultural Revolution, the Peng family cemetery was dug up by the Red Guards and swept away.

According to official reports, during the Cultural Revolution, “most of the leaders and members of the democratic parties and the Federation of Industry and Commerce were falsely accused and persecuted. According to statistics, 36.5 percent of the Central Committee members and alternate Central Committee members of the democratic parties in Beijing were seized and censored.”

Perhaps this is the main reason why the democratic parties on the mainland are now “cooperating” with the CCP in a peaceful manner. Under the CCP’s rule, democrats and people from all walks of life face the same choice: listen to the Party, follow the Party, give up your humanity and conscience, and you may have a smooth career, fame and fortune; if a person insists on truth and justice, he or she will be regarded as an enemy by the Party and forced to a dead end.


The Chinese Communist Party claims that “blindly implanting Western political systems without regard to the national conditions of the country is highly likely to bring disastrous consequences to the life of the country and its people. The truth is that the CCP’s 72 years in power have brought disaster to China in many ways, and the damage has been so great that it is difficult to undo. The Chinese people have good reasons and legitimate rights to abandon the CCP and seek a political system that will benefit the country and its people. On the other hand, the CCP is anti-universal values, disturbing the international order and eroding the traditional moral roots of human beings. The international community also has the reason and moral responsibility to condemn the CCP’s atrocities and clean up the communist toxins.