Sichuan: Drought Exposes Full Extent of Ancient Buddhist Artefact! (23.8.2022)

Although Buddhist philosophy must be distinguished from the religious urges which have often surrounded ‘Buddhism’ (Marx, Engels and Mao possessed a healthy respect for Early Buddhist dialectics), within ancient China and elsewhere, thousands upon thousands of individuals have been motivated to stop seeking-out their daily living, the sustenance of others and/or the means to change and transform human society for the betterment of all! Instead, what a modern humanity is left with today is the often impressive and awe-inspiring physical structures of the human populations of the past, which instead of communicating with a ‘hidden realm’ (as intended) are actually communicating with exactly the same humanity, simply a humanity occupying a different space and time from them!

Greetings of the Central Committee of the KPDNR to the delegates of the GKP Congress! (22.5.2022)

We express hope and confidence that the principles of international solidarity and friendship between the GKP and the KPDPR will receive a new impetus and further development of cooperation. Relations between our parties are an example for all political forces that seek to prevent the spread of Neo-Nazism in Europe and the world. We wish the Congress delegates successful work and express full confidence that the goals set will be achieved.

Confucius Opposes Killing (My Translation) – Analects Book 12 – Chapter 19

Confucius Opposes Killing  季康子问政于孔子曰:“如杀无道,以就有道,何如” 孔子对曰:“子为政,焉用杀?子欲善而民善矣。君子之德风,小人之德草,草,上之风,必偃。”  Confucius: Analects – Book 12 – Chapter 19  Ji Kangzi asked Confucius about the nature of politics: ‘Is it not a matter of

President Xi: China Respects its Socialist Intellectuals (24.4.2017)

Leading cadres at all levels should be good at dealing with intellectuals and develop close friendships with intellectuals. Intellectuals should be trusted to make important and major decisions, and cadres should seek advice and suggestions from intellectuals. Opinions and criticisms from intellectuals, as long as the starting point is dialectically correct, must be warmly welcomed, and actively adopted.