This month marks the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Communist Party’s founding. But as accusations of human rights abuses grow… one question often crops up: Why the Chinese people don’t just revolt against the Chinese Communist Party? One important factor is fear, imprinted onto Chinese peoples’ hearts through decades of bloodshed caused by the CCP.
China Affairs Analyst Tang Jingyuan said: “In fact, its fundamental purpose (of the killing) is to create and maintain an atmosphere of fear, and then use this fear to maintain its rule, so that the people don’t dare to resist or oppose the CCP.”
In this special report, we look at the grueling facts about that killing —and even human cannibalism.
And why experts warn the world should watch out for the spread of communism. Or else risk the same tragedies that happened in mainland China, striking in their own backyards.
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