The Wind in Your Ear: Uncovering the Real “Chinese Traitors”

China has a set of official clichés: foreign diplomacy is always “solemn,” foreign promises are always “solemn,” conferences are always “victorious,” and territory is always “territorial. “Sacred”. It is ironic that the most “sacred” territory in the mouth of the Chinese Communist Party is the most shamelessly “desecrated” by the dictatorship!

Facts speak louder than words: before 1949, China’s land area was 11.418 million square kilometers, while today it is only 9.597 million square kilometers. In other words, in these 71 years, the Chinese Communist Party has lost 1,821,000 square kilometers of land to us! 1,821,000 square kilometers of land is roughly equivalent to 1,646 Hong Kong, or 287 Shanghai, or 10 Guangdong! The Communist Party of China (CPC) would be “willing to sacrifice everything” to uncover the “Chinese traitors” who have betrayed the most “sacred territory” of China.

Dr. Samuel Johnson, a seventeenth-century English literary writer, once said, “Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel. Critics of China are often called “traitors,” but if you look deeper, you will find that the term “traitor” is not only full of Chinese chauvinism, but it is also a talisman for the dictator.