The Chinese People’s Fight For Human Rights

On December 10th, 1948, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the landmark document the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This document proclaims the inherent and inalienable rights of every human being “without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, religion, sex, language, political or other opinions, national or social origin, property, birth or another status.”

Ever since the Chinese Communist Party usurped power in 1949, it has imposed a cruel dictatorship on the people. Hundreds of millions of people died due to three long years of famine, the Cultural Revolution, and the forced implementation of the family plan. To restrict the people’s freedom of speech, the Chinese Communist Party of China does not allow private companies to set up television stations and newspapers, and strictly controls public discontent with the party’s governance on social media. Also the CCP has been systematicly eliminating those political dissidents, and the Western liberal and democratic ideologies through political campaigns.

Since the “89 June, 4” incident, the whole world had been shocked by the CCP’s response to the peaceful protest, led by university students against corruption, embezzlement, and the toppling of officials. The Chinese Communist regime used the army, tanks, and machine guns to suppress unarmed students, which caused no one in China to dare to oppose the authoritarian government openly since then. Recently, the Chinese people’s right to life has been threatened by the strict “zero covid isolation” policy implemented by the Communist Party. Those who cannot bear to live under the Zero-Covid Policy can only raise blank papers to protest.

Since the founding of the CCP, the Chinese people have never really enjoyed human rights. Most countries in the world have achieved a fair society under the democratic rule of law in the West. Only a few countries, such as Communist China and North Korea, are still practicing authoritarian systems in the name of “communism,” forbidding the people to have a different opinion from their governments, and continuing to rob the people of their wealth. Only by eliminating the evil Chinese Communist Party, can the Chinese people build a free and democratic civil society with the rule of law under the “one man, one vote” system.

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