The Chinese Communist Party Is the Same As Nazi Germany

  • Author: The-world
  • Editor: Ranting

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Common ground 1: Overconfident to their “truth of the universe”. In another words, they claim that they have the knowledge of an “eternal and absolute” truth.

Chinese Communist Party:

Marx is the first leader of the communist movement. The most important foundation of Marx’s political ideology is historical materialism. To be clearer, it should be named as historical determinism because communism is not about materialism. Historical determinism in Marx’s eyes is the absolute truth. According to Marx’s “historical determinism”, “communist society” is the “final” form of human development. Which leads to no matter what country or nation, its society will eventually evolve into a “communist society” in accordance with the development law of “historical determinism”. This conclusion is “eternal”. We all know that through the last century, communist country is falling one by one and there not so many of them left for today. So clearly a successful society will never “evolve” into a communist society. However, in CCP’s political textbook, they still claim that the communist society is the ultimate goal of the development of human history. (Politics is compulsory course in high school and middle school in communist China)

Nazi Germany:

Different from Marx, the theoretical basis of the Nazis is “biology”-the Aryans’ racial superiority theory. According to Hitler’s logic-the Aryans will eventually eliminate all other nations and then rule the world. Hitler even called his “Third Reich” the “Millennium Empire”. In World War II, the slogan of the Nazis was: God is on our side. Supplementary note: The “Aryans” referred to by the Nazis are not the same as the “Aryans” referred to in anthropology. What the Nazis said can be roughly understood as “pure Germanic”.

Common ground 2: Delusion of “heaven on earth”, utopia

Chinese Communist Party:

In Marx’s view, the working class will eventually eliminate other classes and achieve “world harmony”. And in the founding father of CCP, Mao Zedong’s people’s Great Leap Forward, millions of people forced to abolish their personal belongings in order to achieve collectivism.

Nazi Germany:

In Hitler’s view, other nations are inferior nations, and only Aryans are the best nation. Therefore, genocide is necessary. When the Aryans wiped out all the other inferior nations, then “great harmony” can be achieved.

Common ground 3: Superstition to “fallacy of the single cause”

Chinese Communist Party:

According to the CCP: People of one’s own class are “class comrades”, and people of different classes are “class enemies.” According to ‘Communist ideology’, “The middle classes, that is, small industrialists, small merchants, handicraftsmen, and peasants, all fight against the bourgeoisie in order to maintain the survival of this middle class so as not to perish. Therefore, they are not revolutionary, but conservative. Not only that, they are even reactionary because they try to reverse the wheel of history.” The ultimate ideal society for communism is to create a society that no longer has class differences. To achieve that they will just eliminate all other classes.

Nazi Germany:

Similar to the CCP, the Nazi Party divides the people into two categories: people of their own nationality are “national comrades” (Volksgenossen), otherwise they are “social aliens” (Gemeinschaftsfremde). In Hitler’s theory, the “ideal society” is composed of a single [nation] (because all other nations have been destroyed).

Common ground 4: The leader has absolute authority.

Chinese Communist Party:

During the Cultural Revolution, the absolute authority of Mao is beyond doubt. At that time, Mao had been completely deified. During the Cultural Revolution, Mao was praised as the “four Greats”: great mentor, great leader, great commander, great helmsman.

Nazi Germany:

Prime Minister Adolf Hitler legally used the title of “head of state”. After the death of the last Weimar Republic President Hindenburg on August 2, 1934, a new position was established, the full name is “Führer und Reichskanzler” (Führer und Reichskanzler), which unites the functions of the president and the prime minister. Formally, Hitler became the head of state and government of Germany; in fact, he was the dictator of the Third Reich.

Common ground 5: The common essence of these two-totalitarianism

Of all authoritarian systems, the most dangerous and worst is “totalitarianism.” For example, before the Industrial Revolution, most countries in the world were “monarchies.” “Monarchy” also belongs to “dictatorship”. But when traditional “monarchy” is compared with “totalitarianism”, they are not on the same level. In the official discourse system of Chinese Communist Party, they like to refer to “Nazis” as “extreme right” and “Cultural Revolution” as “extreme left.” This is actually a “smoke screen” that makes people think that the two are completely different. In fact, on the contrary-“China under CCP” and “Germany under Hitler” are essentially the same. They are all totalitarianism. “Totalitarianism” is not only the enemy of “liberalism”, but also the enemy of all democrats/republicans.  Nazi has been destroyed by righteous people all over the world but CCP is still exist. In order to survive and maintain its corrupt density. CCP spread false information to teach Chinese people that the west is out to get them. CCP bribe and corrupt multinational organization to suppress truth. CCP create man-made virus to crush world economy. CCP kill millions of its own citizen to punish those dare to oppose them. The list of their crime cannot be described in signal pages. It is up to us to stop this great evil.

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