90 Years of China’s Cummunist Party

Posted on June 23, 2011


A very long post by the Chinese Communist Party on the People’s Daily English website lauds the Chinese Communist style of socialism and the party as having been behind the success China enjoys today as the 2nd largest economy  in the world.  Here is how they view themselves:

The Third Plenary Session of the CPC 11th Central Committee held at the end of 1978 represented a great turning point of profound significance in the history of New China. Since 1979, China has pursued a policy of reform and opening to the outside world, a policy which was initiated by Deng Xiaoping. Major efforts have been made to readjust the economic structure, and reform the economic and political systems. China is, step by step, establishing a road with Chinese characteristics, a road that will lead to socialist modernization

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The leadership of the CPC is the fundamental guarantee for ensuring that the people are masters of their country, following the rule of law, strengthening the democratic legal system, and doing legislative work well. The CPC represents the fundamental interests of the overwhelming majority of the people, and the principles and policies formulated by the Party and its legislative proposals pool the collective wisdom of the whole Party and country and embody the common will of the overwhelming majority of the people. Upholding the leadership of the Party is entirely the same as subordinating oneself to the interests of the people. Chinese people upheld the leadership of the Party and the views of the Party become the will of the state as well as the standards and norms of conduct the whole society abides by.
Adhering to the correct guiding thought is a fundamental prerequisite for strengthening the democratic development. The socialist theoretical system with Chinese characteristics is a scientific theoretical system which includes major strategic thinking such as Deng Xiaoping Theory, the important thought of Three Represents, and the Scientific Outlook on Development.

The basic line of the Communist Party of China in the primary stage of socialism is to lead the people of all ethnic groups in a concerted, self-reliant and pioneering effort to turn China into a prosperous, strong, democratic, culturally advanced and harmonious modern socialist country by making economic development the central task while upholding the Four Cardinal Principles and the reform and opening up policy.

The Four Cardinal Principles to keep to the socialist road and to uphold the people’s democratic dictatorship, leadership by the Communist Party of China, and Marxism-Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought are the foundation on which to build the country.


And the US – Of course it figured in here:

Moreover, China is already the world’s largest exporter of goods (in gross terms) and is probably the world’s largest net creditor nation, though almost all of these assets are invested in the low-yielding government debt of the advanced countries, especially the US. It is with little surprise that China’s ongoing transformation has topped all other news stories in a decade bespotted by war, economic catastrophe, and natural disasters.  


Now, don’t you feel better?  Soon Obama will have carried out his socialist dreams with “American Characteristics.”  However, we CAN vote him out of office.  The Democratic Party is not the ruling party of the nation.

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