During the run-up to the UK handing-back the colony of Hong Kong to the People’s Republic of China in 1997, the British imperialists demanded that China agree to not making any sweeping and/or systemic political reforms for 50 years. This agreement has not prevented a natural shift in education, business, culture and political allegiance toward the Mainland Chinese government, but it has meant that the disruptive and exploitative forces of liberalism and capitalism have been able to retain an imperialist foot-hold on the island. The point of this, or so the British thought, was that colonial influence could be continued to be exercised in this part of China, with the intention of eventually bringing down the Communist Party of China (CPC) and ending its Revolutionary governance of Mainland China – replacing Socialist Revolution with a capitalist counter-revolution. This would be disastrous for the Chinese people, as it would turn Mainland China into one gigantic Western colony, and the Chinese people into the slaves of US-style free market economics and liberal democracy. Obviously, this backward step is not likely to happen, as the ordinary Chinese people are now self-determining and building an advanced and modern society premised upon the thinking of Marxist-Leninism and Scientific Socialism.
It is also true, however, that the US, UK and EU use Taiwan and Hong Kong as a potential spring-board to politically ‘destabilise’ Communist China. The idea is simple in design, create a ‘fifth column’ of pro-capitalist insurgents in these areas and package their preference for ‘greed’ as a heart-felt call for ‘liberal democracy’. This strategy is aided and abetted in the West by the propagation of an insidious anti-China racism, and such Western generated pseudo-cultural entities as the Falun Gong Cult and the Pro-Tibetan Movement. Racism is the foundation of these movements, with White Europeans pulling the strings somewhere in the murky background. These movements are merely parodies of Chinese culture, and are designed to keep the poorly educated and exploited masses in the West from understanding modern ‘Communist’ China, and striving to make Revolutionary links and connections, In other words, the Western capitalist powers do not want a Communist Revolution spreading from China to the West and freeing all the workers! To prevent this, the average European worker must be kept ignorant and brain-washed against Communist China. China’s good reputation must be continuously sullied and presented as corrupt. Communist China has to be presented as just another ‘Nazi German’ regime that invades other countries, violates Human Rights, progresses economically through the use of sweat shops, oppresses women, brutalises children, and retains its political power through military force. It is interesting to consider that these ‘capitalist’ misrepresentations of Communist China ARE EXACTLY the same criticisms levelled at China by the bourgeois Trotskyite Movement! This demonstrates that the bourgeois Trotskyite Movement is nothing more than a capitalist stooge masquerading as a ‘Socialist’ movement.
Whilst searching the Chinese-language internet (on Google), I came across ‘Socialist Action’ (社會主義行動 – She Hui Zhu Hui Xing Dong), primarily through a ‘fake’ Chinese-language wikipedia page that has not been generated from within the Mainland of China, and does not exist on ‘Baidu’ – the mainland China, Chinese-language internet search-engine. The US is behind the creation of a number of ‘mirroring’ Chinese-language wikipedia pages that are designed to convey anti-China racism, and anti-Communist propaganda. The Trotskyite ‘Socialist Action’ entry is just one of many such pages, but its central message is pro-capitalist and anti-Communist. The only element of falsehood and prejudice that it adds to the pro-capitalist critique of modern China is the false allegation that Stalinism was a diversion away from the true spirit of Marxist-Leninism, and that therefore, Mao Zedong (the Communist founder of modern China), as an admirer of Joseph Stalin, perpetuated a ‘corrupt’ dictatorship upon the people of China. This is exactly the same racially motivated and philosophically flawed message that ALL Trotskyite so-called ‘Socialist’ groups in the West perpetuate and propagate against China. This is inaccordance with Leon Trotsky’s bourgeois background, and his preference for co-operation with the forces of capitalism. This false wiki-page states that ‘Socialist Action’ started within Mainland China in 2009 – before its magazine was ‘banned’ and the movement forced to relocate to Hong Kong. This is untrue – there are no ‘Trotskyite’ movements in Mainland China because every Chinese person understands that Trotsky was a racist who held profoundly anti-Chinese attitudes (as expressed throughout his works). The Chinese people would never look to a White racist for political liberation and support, particularly as the Chinese people are already free from the oppression of White capitalism and White imperialism.
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