When the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) crept its way onto the stage of history, its foremost mission was to invade and control people's minds. Replacing Chinese moral values with atheism, whilst advocating "class conflict" and "materialism" in order to justify its regime. By idolising the CCP leaders, making politics part of the school curriculum, and unifying China's ideology, the CCP has established its absolute authority. As more and more Chinese people realise the truth about the CCP and its evil ideology and as more and more Chinese people withdraw from the CCP, the CCP finds it increasingly difficult to justify its regime. People's faith in the CCP is now on the brink of collapse.
According to a man working in a forced labour camp in China, the police guards in the camp must interact with Falun Gong practitioners for different reasons. In order to secure its regime and tighten its control, the CCP decided to require the guards to maintain a stronger political "understanding" and a determination to support the CCP at all times. The CCP is now applying the same brainwashing methods used on Falun Gong practitioners to its own police force.
The practitioners incarcerated in forced labour camps tirelessly clarify the truth about Falun Gong and its principles of Truthfulness, Compassion and Forbearance to the guards, even at the risk of escalated torture, being locked in isolation, or receiving extended terms of imprisonment. They patiently explain the truth about the persecution and reveal the CCP's true nature. As a result, some guards, once they have accepted the truth, have helped practitioners escape. This has ruffled the CCP's feathers.
Nowadays, CCP regulations require forced labour camp guards to study Deng Xiaoping's theories, Jiang Zemin's "Three Represents" and a collection of Jiang's other articles, in their spare time. In addition, they are required to participate in such activities as "Pioneer Education" and "the Education of Legal System and Ideology" during work hours. The CCP spends a lot of time and resources to brainwash the entire force. The guards are required to "repeatedly study," "thoroughly understand," and "solidify their learning." The CCP requires every police guard to pass examinations and to declare his or her loyalty to the CCP in order to reinforce "the foundation of its regime."
The drama is that, whenever the CCP issues a policy, people within the CCP come up with a counter-measure. Those that are repulsed by the CCP's brainwashing will always come up with ways to avoid it. The guards have come up with hundreds of excuses to avoid the political education and very few of them actually make it to the brainwashing classes.
The CCP's nine inherited traits (as outlined in the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party ), including evil, deceit, incitement, unleashing the scum of society, espionage, robbery, fighting, elimination, and control, are manifested in its politics. The truly kindhearted people have seen through its nature or are about to. The number of its followers keeps declining. Despite its deadly struggle, the CCP is about to face the music.
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