Why Does the CCP Love Biden and Hate Trump?

Introduction

Di Dongsheng, a communist party official and associate dean of the School of International Studies at Renmin University in Beijing (a Party school) explains in plain language how the communist party bought off American “elites” in both parties over the past several decades. Turn off volume and read translation (which is a bit spotty, but you can understand it).

Why doesn’t the CCP like Trump? Because, despite his flaws, he is the only American president for the past twenty years to stand up to the CCP and its corrupting influence.  

That is beginning to change, however, as both parties are beginning to understand that the CCP has been waging an economic, information, and cyber war against our country for many years. This has been emphasized in 2020 with the spread of the coronavirus from the P4 lab in Wuhan city.[1] Our elites have abandoned the people. It is time for a political reckoning. Citizens must vote out of office – in both parties – politicians who act for the benefit of Wall Street instead of Main Street; who are on the payroll of foreign governments whose goal it is to overthrow our democracy and our democratic institutions.

US – China Relations

The Pandemic of 2020 has polarized the United States. The lockdowns have caused  economic, emotional, and psychological hardship, and have caused a cultural sea-change. Rioting in the streets of American cities has resulted in a new cultural revolution. Younger people have been disenfranchised by an economy that has been shut down, and a financial system where interest rates are so low that saving is almost illogical. Combine this with a rigid, permanent, political and medical bureaucracy that will not adjust to changing conditions, and the result is a combination of apathy, despair, and anger among the U.S. population.

Through all this, relations between the Chinese government (totally controlled by the Chinese Communist Party) and the U.S. government have soured as the CCP has still not allowed the WHO to inspect the P4 lab in Wuhan city. While the CCP was locking down Wuhan city and Hubei province earlier in the year, hundreds of flights out of Wuhan International Airport were allowed to depart to destinations all over the world, thus spreading the virus. This has caused enormous tension between the governments of the two countries. The digital firewall around China – largely developed by American IT companies! – restricts the Chinese people from access to the rest of the world.

Nevertheless, the U.S. position on China is becoming a more bipartisan one. In a political environment where the two parties are diametrically opposed on every issue, the stance toward China is a united one. Some political commentators promote the idea that Trump is solely responsible for deteriorating US-China relations. This is a myth.

1) The U.S. House of Representatives passed a law to kick Chinese companies off U.S. stock exchanges if they do not fully comply with the country's auditing rules, giving President Donald Trump one more tool to threaten Beijing with before leaving office. The measure passed the House by unanimous voice vote, after passing the Senate unanimously in May, sending it to Trump, who the White House said is expected to sign it into law.”

https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/u-s-congress-passes-bill-that-could-delist-chinese-stocks-from-u-s-markets

According to the article,

Democratic Senator Chris Van Hollen, who co-authored the bill with Republican Senator John Kennedy, said in a statement that American investors "have been cheated out of their money after investing in seemingly-legitimate Chinese companies that are not held to the same standards as other publicly listed companies." Kennedy said China was using U.S. exchanges to "exploit" Americans. "The House joined the Senate in rejecting a toxic status quo," he said in a statement.

https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/u-s-congress-passes-bill-that-could-delist-chinese-stocks-from-u-s-markets

2) The Taiwan Travel Act was passed unanimously by both houses of Congress in 2018, over loud opposition by CCP officials.

In January 2018, the bill was passed unanimously by the House of Representatives. Shortly afterwards, it was also passed unanimously by the Senate on February 28. President Donald Trump signed the Act into law on March 16, 2018.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Taiwan_Travel_Act

3) On March 5, 2020,  “[the] US House unanimously passed the TAIPEI Act. Bill to to protect Taiwan against Chinese pressure campaign passes 415 to 0 in US House of Representatives.” https://www.taiwannews.com.tw/en/news/3885393

Both Democrats and Republicans are aware of the activities of the CCP, whose Belt and Road initiative is being used to influence (in a negative way) countries around the world. The CCP is trying to establish worldwide what they have done in China: a totalitarian surveillance state that tracks every activity of every citizen.

An Important Caveat

The people of China must never be connected with the Chinese Communist Party. These are entirely separate entities. We must never write or say, “China did this,” or “China did that.” Rather we must tell the truth: the CCP did this, or the CCP did that. President Trump, who is leading the charge against the CCP, makes this mistake all the time. It is unfortunate. The indisputable fact is that the CCP completely controls the means of production in China (all factories, schools, land, and property). The CCP controls all politics in China. Every important decision by the government is made by the CCP. The 1.4 billion hard-working people of China must never be associated with the Chinese Communist Party, whose biggest victims are the Laobaixing (old hundred names, the common people of China). Neither should expatriate Chinese be tarnished with the stain of CCP actions. Rather we should look to the rich cultural and spiritual tradition in China, which has a 5,000-year history.

The hard-working people of the US and China are united in desiring freedom, the rule of law, and a government by and for the people. Communism – with its gulags and concentration camps, its internal police forces that eliminate all dissent, and its ubiquitous cyber/AI surveillance – is a cancer on the body of humanity, wherever it exists. When communism is finally eliminated from the world, a strong and healthy relationship will develop between the free people of the US and China.


[1] “SARS-CoV-2 Is an Unrestricted Bioweapon: A Truth Revealed through Uncovering a Large-Scale, Organized Scientific Fraud,” Yan, Li-Meng; Kang, Shu; Guan, Jie; Hu, Shanchang, at https://zenodo.org/record/4073131#.X80cQmVKhEb (Preprint)

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