Author: WLQF
Editor: yuddy

Civil liberties are social liberties that are based on the basic laws of social development and on a legal and moral framework. It means it can keep up with the global social development trend while also meeting the social needs of natural human development and evolution. The legal and moral framework must be built on the fundamental laws of social development, which is the code of social life that all human beings must follow.

The most crucial aspects of civil liberties are freedom of expression and personality, and both elements represent freedom of thought. Therefore, the essence of civil liberty is, in some senses, the freedom of thought. Civil liberties are important because they are both a source of personal happiness and one of the primary drivers of societal progress.

Democracy, freedom and the rule of law are the major trends of the world development, and those who follow the trend will prosper while those who go against the trend will die. Civil liberties have become the most essential and basic human rights guaranteed to individuals in Western liberal democracies such as the United States and the United Kingdom. Only the exploiters and the exploited exist in Chinese society under the Communist Party of China’s one-party dictatorship, and only the rulers and the ruled exist. The vast majority of ordinary people have no de facto civil liberties in such a social structure.

So-called freedom can only refer to the ruling Communist Party of China, which is led by Xi Jinping. It is disheartening to learn that the Chinese Communist Party, which purports to represent the proletariat, is the world’s richest, most corrupt, and asset-rich ruling party. Since the Communist Party seized power in China unlawfully, the Chinese people have been completely liberated from exploitation and enslavement, and civil liberties have vanished.

Freedom of speech is a fundamental human right to be recognized as a human person, and also a legal and political right of individuals to express themselves as they see fit, without “prior” censorship or restriction by anybody, and without fear of reprisal from the government or others. The First Amendment to the United States Constitution guarantees that Americans have the freedom to openly express any thoughts and opinions, including criticism of current and former national leaders, without fear of censorship or retaliation from the government. Of course, freedom of expression is limited and must be exercised in accordance with the law.

China, on the other hand, is a hell of a location for freedom of expression under the Chinese Communist Party. Freedom of expression is viewed as a flood and a beast by the CCP dictatorial party, and its attitude and method is to suppress and eradicate it. Only a few instances will help.

Example 1: On December 30th, 2019, Dr. Li Wenliang, an ophthalmologist at Wuhan Central Hospital, posted a message to his friends and peers on WeChat about the outbreak in the South China Seafood Market: “Seven cases of SARS have been confirmed in the South China Fruit and Seafood Market. Dr. Li Wenliang is considered one of the first medical professionals to disclose the outbreak of the 2019 CCP coronavirus epidemic to the outside world and is thus known as the “epidemic whistle blower.”

He was warned and chastised by the Wuhan Public Security Bureau’s Zhongnan Street Police Station on January 3rd, 2020, for making false comments on the Internet. Li Wenliang was highly publicized and perceived as one of the eight “rumor-mongers” by the Chinese Communist Party’s CCTV. Dr. Li Wenliang continued to work on the front lines after the tragedy. He began experiencing symptoms around January 10th, was diagnosed with CCP coronavirus illness on January 31st, and died at 2:58 a.m. on February 7th, at the age of 34.

Example 2: On December 14th, 2021, Song Gengyi, a teacher at Shanghai AURORA College, questioned in class whether the death toll of the Nanjing Massacre had been exaggerated. After the incident was reported by a student to higher authorities, the school fired her for causing a serious negative social impact. Subsequently, the Communist Party’s media outlet, People’s Daily, criticized Song Gengyi for her presumptuous speculation, questioning the historical truth and “being a teacher in vain, forgetting the suffering, denying the evil deeds of other countries, and being a national in vain.”

We can clearly conclude from the above two examples that there is no basis for freedom of speech under the Chinese Communist Party, and that the CCP government would not provide people with the basic human right of freedom of expression. Such a corrupt and tyrannical Chinese Communist Party clearly runs the risk of making a major error, reversing history and going against the trend of human beings’ democratic and free social progress.

The right to free speech is intact, and the right to individuality is even more elusive for Chinese citizens. The CCP promotes the “five tactics of mastering the masses” and stifles people’s freedom of individuality in order to train socialist lackeys whose parents are not as devoted to the Party. That is why the Communist Party is attempting to promote its socialist and communist ideologies in order to prevent people from becoming more pluralistic and free in their identities.

The greatest approach to establish a dictatorship is to indoctrinate you with a cohesive ideology, which is why China’s 1.4 billion people have been duped by this communist ghost, the CCP. The Chinese Communist Party will be overwhelmed in the sound of the people’s scorn as soon as the Chinese people open the valve of freedom of expression and individuality.

Long periods of darkness will eventually give way to light. Since 2017, Mr. Guo Wengui’s Whistleblower Movement has brought together hundreds of millions of comrades from all over the world in a never-ending fight for the rule of law, democracy, and freedom in the new China. On the one hand, the Whistleblower Movement eliminates the cancer of human civilization, the Chinese Communist Party, and the dark forces it represents, while on the other, it leads humanity, particularly Chinese people around the world, down the path of justice.

After several years of efforts, it has formed a network of organizations led by the Himalaya supervisory institution with branch farms all over the world, and it has collaborated with countries all over the world to launch its own monetary, financial, media, fashion, and e-commerce platforms with the goal of defending human rights and freedom, securing wealth, and launching an all-out challenge to the Chinese Communist Party’s tyranny.

As the Chinese Communist Party prepares to disintegrate, we implore our 1.4 billion compatriots to join the Whistleblower Movement and the New Federal State of China as soon as possible. There would be a new China without the Chinese Communist Party. A new China would emerge without the Chinese Communist Party. Civil freedoms will be the most basic right enjoyed by every Chinese person in a future China without the Chinese Communist Party, and the rule of law, freedom, and democracy will be the pillars of China’s reemergence.