- The civil strife and Civil War between the Kuomintang(KMT) and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) – a revelation of CCP’s treachery and shameless tricks of infiltration, wooing, attack, and division
- Seizure of power by hook or by crook empowered by the ruthless and relentless Maoism
- Now we see it again: CCP launch of the World War III – an unrestricted warfare via “BGY” program to infiltrate the world, espionage program to twist public opinion, and secret unleash of the biological virus to pull the whole world into a pandemic
As we all know: in the history textbooks of domestic primary and secondary schools and universities, CCP likes to disguise themselves as a national hero, and a savior to rescue its people from all sorts of disasters. CCP has completely falsified the history of the KMT during the World War II. They’ve even attempted to completely deny the historical role of the KMT army in the Anti-Japanese War from the history books. Therefore, as of today, we have still been seeing two completely opposite views on the history of World War II, the orthodox history of Taiwan versus the history tampered in Mainland China. Even worse, the people in Mainland China cannot see the other history at all, but only a distorted pseudo-history.
1. The Red Devil and the specter haunting Europe – the birth of the devil CCP in the East
CCP is not a native organization, and its purpose and principles are not rooted in the Chinese cultural evolution and historical demands of the Chinese nation. At the beginning of its establishment, the CCP had no demand from the public nor did it have its own original revolutionary ideas and theories. It was completely an Eastern branch of the Communist International, dependent on the dual leadership of the Communist International and the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (CPSU) for organizational structure and financial support. Therefore, it is entirely a foreign organization established under the direct instruction of the Third International and the authorities of the CPSU. And even the Declaration at its first founding meeting was drafted by the Communist International. Therefore, the CCP’s ideology and governance principles and policies must be subordinating to the orders of the Communist International, and following the leadership of the CPSU in terms of organization; It could only rely on the CPSU’s experience of seizure of power by armed forces for its own revolution purpose; In terms of its operation mode, it had to exercise close internal and external control, develop and grow through underground organizations and activities, and carry out sabotage and subversion activities against the existing government for the sake of its own operations. These historical facts can be verified in the meeting minutes of Chen Duxiu and Wang Ming.
2. Three Principles of the People and KMT-CCP Alliance: a story of CCP keenly killing brothers
After the failure of the two Northern Expeditions to defend the new Republic of China, Mr. Sun Yat-sen realized that he had to build his own army to unite the war-torn China, so he turned his attention to the Soviet Union. Mr. Sun Yat-sen firstly took the lead to propose the new idea of alliance with CCP and USSR, which led to the subsequent 11 negotiations between the KMT government and the former Soviet Union officials, and the final issue of the “Joint Manifesto of Sun and Joffe” in Shanghai in 1923. The agreement has greatly secured the diplomatic independence and territorial integrity of the new Republic of China, and avoided the independence of Outer Mongolia. At the same time, it has also greatly won the military and diplomatic support from the former Soviet Union for the Republic of China. However, it stored up trouble for the future, the CCP. As requested by the USSR, the CCP must follow the “Joint Manifesto”, which did not allow them to form an independent party. Instead, they were requested to join the KMT completely, and honor the guidelines of the Three Principles of the People. However, all of these were absolutely unacceptable to the CCP. Accordingly, the CCP began to implement a series of evil strategies such as infiltration, wooing, attacks, division and other actions against the KMT, and eventually it progressed into armed violence, which directly led to the CCP’s launch of the Nanchang Uprising in 1927. This was only the sixth year since the first KMT-CPC cooperation. At that time, the first Northern Expedition was not yet over, the nation was not yet reunited, and the new Nationalist government extremely needed time to recover from its exhaustion and weakness. However, the CCP turned a deaf ear to national interests and blatantly provoked incidents for its own selfish desires. When the KMT-CPC cooperation unfortunately came to an end, the National Revolutionary Army pledged to fight in the Northern Expedition, while the CCP fled to the rural areas to establish a puppet state. The year was August 1927. It was called the “Jinggangshan Uprising” in history, but it was actually a riot or a revolt indeed.
3. The Xi’an Incident brewed with infiltration and espionage: General Chang was tricked but finally the prodigal returned
CCP began hiding in the countryside to carry out the so-called “Peasant Movement” in 1927, and it did not make any major contributions to the Anti-Japanese War until 1935, when the main force of the Red Army was transferred to northern Shaanxi region. However, for eight consecutive years, the CCP had failed to establish a pseudo-regime in the countryside. They were defeated so badly in the Fifth Counter Encirclement Campaign with no choice but to retreat and start the so-called 25,000-li Long March. The essence of the Long March was a military retreat rather than “approaching north to resist against the Japanese aggression”. When the Red Army arrived at northern Shaanxi region, only a few thousands of people survived with no combat power but rather lingering on with their last breath of life.
However, all this did not prevent the CCP from continuing to implement its infiltration and espionage activities against the KMT. Since 1927, CCP had started to carry out its infiltration plans against the KMT Northwest Army step by step, by sending CCP espionage agents to spy on the high-ranking officials by means of fake marriages, and insiders and many other tricks. One of the purposes was to divide the Northwest Army by lobbying and bribery, and wait for an opportunity to launch a military riot (such as the Nanchang Uprising). The specific implementers of this plan included Zhou Enlai, Soong Ching-ling, Wang Bingnan, Liu Ding, Xie Baozhen and others. Among them, Xie Baozhen spied on the Northwest Army leader Yang Hucheng through fake marriage.
Since the CCP Red Army was very weak in northern Shaanxi at that time and was on the verge of collapse, it became a “revolutionary necessity” to provoke a military riot within the Northwest Army, commanded directly by Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai. Since 1936, intelligence chief Zhou Enlai began to play psychological warfare against Chang Hsueh-liang for many times until he then discovered that Chang himself complained about Chiang Kai-shek’s anti-Japanese strategies. Therefore, Zhou carried out the “United Front” work on Chang. After many late-night “chats” between Zhou and Chang, Zhou found out Chang’s psychological weakness and took advantage of it to play off him against Chiang and goaded him to join the rebellious team. Eventually, Chang broke down psychologically and sent an invitation telegram to Chiang, asking him to visit the Northwest Army for an inspection. Then, the curtain on military rebellion was lifted up and shocked the whole world shortly after.
This military rebellion was initiated by Chang Hsueh-liang himself, which was called the “Forced Remonstration” in history. But it was actually a CCP-led division action against the Kuomintang Northwest Army. The “Forced Remonstration” began on December 11, 1936, and was carried out by Chang himself. The whole rebellion lasted for 15 days, and ended with Chang personally escorting Chiang back to Nanjing for a military trial. Several declassified documents showed that CCP’s plan at the time was to use Chang to kill Chiang. But this plan was noticed by the CPSU. For some reason Stalin sent a telegram to CCP in anger and forced them to stop the rebellion. This led to the so-called “peaceful settlement” of the Xi’an Incident. It turned out that the CPSU was concerned that the CCP was not strong enough to truly resist Japan. If so, it would inevitably affect the security of the Soviet Union. Therefore, the Soviets promptly stopped the rebellion.
This historical fact was mentioned in various literatures, including Zhang Guotao’s memoirs, Soong Ching -ling’s memoirs, Chang Hsueh-liang’s memoirs, and Stalin’s telegram.
After the rebellion, Chang Hsueh-liang disappeared from public view until the fall of the Mainland and Chiang’s escape to Taiwan. During the house arrest, Chang had repeatedly expressed his repentance of his sins against the nation by means of diaries and letters. However, Soong Mei-ling treated Chang with grace and patience, and helped Chang Hsueh-liang convert from a Buddhist to a Christian later on, turning into a memorable story in the end. As for Yang Hucheng, Chiang actually knew that he was the mastermind of the rebellion and was directly related to the shootout in Huaqingchi. Chiang did not punish him at that time but let him go abroad for a tour of investigation. Yang still kept contact with the CCP when he arrived in the United States. Later on, he transferred to Hong Kong at the end of 1937, trying to return to China to participate in the Anti-Japanese War. Chiang could not rest assured about him and eventually arrested him again. Yang was held in prison until his execution in 1947 for unknown reason. But one thing for sure was that his wife was a member of the “underground” CCP.
Therefore, the Xi’an Incident was entirely a military rebellion orchestrated by the CCP, who successfully exploited the divided forces within the KMT and influenced Chiang Kai-shek’s Anti-Japanese War strategy. In consequence, the KMT gave the CCP a great opportunity to survive and continue to grow.
4. Chongqing peace talks: peace on the surface but war indeed, leading to the rogue regime
With the victory of the Pacific War in 1945, the Anti-Japanese War led by the KMT army finally ushered in a great dawn. While the past eight years had been the time for the CCP to “hide your strength, bide your time”. The CCP carried out the Yan’an Rectification Movement, also known as Zhengfeng, to eliminate the “counter-revolutionary poison” in the Party. CCP also launched a large-scale production campaign in Nanniwan of marijuana plantation marijuana opium processing. They even invited American reporters to visit Yan’an, who wrote books to introduce Yan’an as a state within a state, to foreign countries. For a time, the whole world regarded “Yan’an” as a place of pilgrimage. However, these were all part of the CCP’s media warfare to bring the world’s focus on Yan’an, a place that had nothing to do with the Anti-Japanese War, so that the media all over the world will forget the hardships and bloodsheds of the KMT army at the frontline of the battle.
In 1942, the Anti-Japanese War entered the most difficult stage. The Chinese people needed to let the world know more than ever that China, as an important member of the Anti-Fascist Alliance, had made great efforts in the Anti-Japanese War, but the Chinese people had suffered tremendous humanitarian disasters. On February 19, 1943, Soong Mei-ling delivered a famous speech in the U.S. Congress, calling on Americans to pay attention to the situation in China, to appreciate the efforts of the Chinese people made in the Anti-Fascist War, and to call on international society to support China’s Anti-Japanese War. This was the first speech delivered by a Chinese national in the U.S. Congress. About 200,000 people listened to her amazing speech through various channels at that time. She also made many speaking tours over the next year, awakened the American public and brought the attention of the whole world back to the Chinese battlefield.
On August 26, 1945, in recognition of CCP’s contribution to the Anti-Japanese War, Chiang sent three telegrams to invite Mao to Chongqing for peace talks to pursue the possibility of building a multi-party constitutional democracy system. However, Mao had no interest in this at all. His personal goal was to build a dictatorship like the Soviet Union. It was ironic that Mao, with no interest in a democratic republic at all, had published numerous articles in various newspapers at the end of the war attacking Chiang Kai-shek, for not opening up the Party ban, not realizing a democratic republic, and not opening up freedom of speech. Apparently Mao had already used media unrestricted war at that time to create the illusion that the public would run to him, so that Chiang could be misled that Mao was for constitutional democracy and even the only hope for China to bring the two parties to together. But in fact Mao had his own plot in mind.
Mao signed the “Double Tenth Agreement” with Chiang during the peace talks, and even pretended to be busy with the preparation for the Political Consultative Conference. At the same time, Mao sent someone to talk to the Ambassador of the Soviet Union secretly to work on an even bigger conspiracy, a civil war. They intended to take advantage of the Chongqing peace talks, via collaboration with the Soviet Union, to launch sudden attacks in the areas where the Japanese had surrendered to seize the fruits of final victory. According to history, it’s been well documented that Mao had already fought the first battle in the Japanese army’s surrendered area, the “Shangdang Campaign”, which happened during the talks in late August 1945. Further historical documents indicated that the CCP launched the following battles to prevent the KMT army from participating in the Surrender of Japan:
Battle of Jinpu: 1945.10.15 – 12.14
Battle of Pingsui: 1945.10.18 – 12.14
Battle of Ping-Han : 1945.10.24 – 11.2
Battle of Shanhaiguan: 1945.11.15
Prior to the Chongqing Conference, Mao had telegraphed the entire army with the message roughly said: “The Soviet Union joined the war, Japan surrendered, and the civil war was approaching, be prepared.” Obviously the “Double Tenth Agreement” was not implemented in good faith by the CCP. Its purpose was to blatantly prevent the KMT army from participating in the Surrender of Japan and deliberately launch a full-scale civil war. After the Chongqing peace talks, the United States, the UK, the Soviet Union and other countries tried to mediate for many times to make it possible for the new China build a multi-party cooperation system. But all were rejected by Mao on the grounds of “intervention in internal affairs.” Historical documents showed that the CCP’s sudden attack on the KMT army to intercept Japanese military supplies was way too shameless. They even used civilians as human weapon to march forward, so that the conscientious KMT army was completely unable to conduct any strategic offensive and defensive operations.
At the same time, on August 8, 1945, the Soviet Union violated the “Soviet–Japanese Neutrality Pact” and waged war against the Japanese army in the northeastern China.
Less than seven days into the war, the Japanese Emperor announced the surrender on August 15. But the Soviet army still managed to cross the Yalu River into North Korea, and occupied Sakhalin Island and Chiba Islands, which all seemed to be well planned in advance by the Soviets.
Besides, the Soviet Union also completely changed its attitude towards the KMT and started to support the CCP from behind, and gradually utilized the post-war materials and residual military power to facilitate the rapid expansion of the CCP army in strategic northeastern locations in China for destruction of the KMT army. The specific plans were:
1. The Soviet Union handed over all the Japanese weapons, vehicles and arsenals to the CCP (including hundreds of military depots, a Songhua River Fleet, tens of thousands of machine guns, over 4,000 artillery pieces, over 600 tanks, over 2,000 military vehicles, over 600 ammunition depots, and over 800 aircrafts & gunboats);
2. The Soviet Union handed over the entire Manchukuo Imperial Army of 200,000 people and another entire Korean force to the CCP;
3. The Soviet Union handed over all military factories, equipment manufacturing factories and infrastructure during the Japanese-ruled puppet state of Manchukuo to the CCP;
4. The Soviet Union was in charge of helping the CCP expand its four field armies in the Northeastern Theater Command;
5. The Soviet Union sent thousands of military consultants to establish training bases such as aviation schools in the Northeast for the CCP to vigorously train CCP pilots, engineers, and artillery.
The above-mentioned secret plan directly led to the nationwide defeat of the KMT afterwards. In just a few months, the Soviets completed the expansion and training of the CCP People’s Liberation Army (PLA), completely transformed the Northeast into a strategic supply base, arms production base, logistics support base, and military training base, making the PLA remold completely and totally different from its original status before 1945. Up to then, CCP had not only strengthened its military power, but also improved its military command philosophy, strategies and tactics.
Based on the analysis of these historical documents, it is not difficult to tell that the CCP is a conspiracy-prone political party. It particularly likes to use intelligence and media unrestricted warfare to infiltrate and divide its opponents. That’s the way it’s always been. This evil Party cannot even be regarded as a party at all, because it does not have its own core ideas and action guidelines. All it does is to employ whatever strategy and tactics to overturn its opponents at the right time, and it will also collaborate with foreign forces to destroy its opponent at all cost until its opponents are fully destructed.
Today, all Whistleblowers’ Movement supporters should be aware that the World War III – the unrestricted warfare has already begun. The CCP has launched a variety of appalling actions: BGY infiltration program, espionage, propaganda, and even unleashing deadly viruses in secret. What they want is to consolidate and seize the wealth and power for the CCP and the top families in the Party. Now is the time for our New Federal State of China to call for justice: take down the CCP, it is a demand of justice and everyone’s duty! (To be continued)
Written by Yue Wang Jian (Secret Translation GNews Original Group)
Translated by BZ
This article only represents the author’s personal views!