Recently, the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) “wolf warrior diplomacy,” an aggressive and confrontational approach CCP diplomats are using to defend the CCP’s interests, has come under the international spotlight.
Starting from the Alaska talks on March 18, the CCP’s so-called “wolf warriors” ignited a new round of diplomatic attacks.
The term “wolf warrior” was used by the CCP following the release of an ultranationalistic Rambo-style movie franchise in China of the same name. CCP diplomats who use this approach appear brazen and speak in an aggressive manner and are excessively offensive, threatening, and incendiary.
The reason why the CCP tries so hard to look powerful, mighty, and domineering is, in fact, to cover up its own weakness and to intimidate its opponents with a false air of supremacy so that the international community will not push back.
Shifting International Blame for the Spread of the CCP VirusIn 2020, the pandemic spread from Wuhan to the rest of the world because the CCP concealed the virus, suppressed doctors who spoke the truth, spread fake news such as “no human-to-human transmission” and the virus being “preventable and controllable,” and allowed virus carriers to fly from Wuhan to the rest of the world.
By April 4, 2021, more than 130 million people had been infected and 2.88 million had died in 192 countries worldwide. This is the biggest calamity that the CCP has brought upon the world.
Since March last year, civil groups, industry organizations, and local governments in the United States, the United Kingdom, Italy, Australia, India, Egypt, and many other countries have launched joint lawsuits against the CCP demanding compensation.
Shifting Blame for the CCP’s Human Rights AbusesThe CCP’s violation of human rights has targeted many groups, including Uyghurs, Falun Gong practitioners, Christians, citizens of Hong Kong, Chinese human rights lawyers, victims of the P2P lending crisis in China, truth-telling university professors, and many others.
The CCP used the persecution to create and perfect more than 100 types of torture on Falun Gong practitioners, creating the worst human rights disaster of the 21st century. The persecution continues to this day.
This new wave of lawsuits against Jiang began on May 1, 2015, when the Supreme People’s Court implemented a new “Registration System Reform,” which stipulates that all criminal complaints must be registered with the court once received, according to Minghui.
In the Nuremberg trials after World War II, 12 Nazi war criminals were sentenced to death.
Deflecting a Domestic Crisis Caused by Severe CorruptionThe arrogant performance of the CCP’s wolf warrior diplomats gives many Westerners who do not know the truth about the CCP the impression that the CCP is strong and powerful, when in fact the CCP is very weak internally.
The CCP’s corruption of China was greatly accelerated with Jiang’s persecution of Falun Gong.
The CCP’s official mouthpiece, Xinhua, reported on March 10, 2015, what Yang Chunchang, a major general of the CCP’s Academy of Military Sciences, said: "It is well known to the general public that, in the military, including the armed police and the army, there are price codes for the CCP’s membership, promotions to be a platoon leader, a company commander, a regiment commander, or a division commander.”
Today, the CCP has become the most corrupt party in the world. Its corruption is based on taking advantage of and exploiting the Chinese people. The CCP only represents the interests of a very few powerful CCP families of the plutocracy, not the interests of the 1.4 billion Chinese people.
The CCP has been relying on oppression and deception to maintain its rule. However, the awakened Chinese people have been resisting CCP tyranny in various ways, which makes the CCP very uneasy.
Therefore, the CCP’s wolf warrior diplomats strike on all sides, blaming external factors for domestic problems caused by the CCP’s severe corruption, and inciting patriotic sentiments among the brainwashed at home with the intention of transferring blame for the domestic crisis to foreign countries.
The theoretical origin of the CCP’s wolf warrior diplomacy is the philosophy of struggle advocated by Karl Marx. This philosophy was summarized by Mao Zedong, one of the founders of the CCP, as “Battling with heaven is endless joy, fighting with the earth is endless joy, and struggling with humanity is endless joy.”
The original words of Karl Marx in “The Communist Manifesto” are as follows: “The communists disdain to conceal their views and aims. They openly declare that their ends can be attained only by the forcible overthrow of all existing social conditions. Let the ruling classes tremble at a communist revolution. The proletarians have nothing to lose but their chains. They have a world to win.”
These words show that Marx hated those in power in all countries and regions of the world, hated all existing social systems, especially the capitalist system, and wanted to overthrow it by violence, blood and fire, and war.
This violent revolution has been passed on to the CCP, and has become the internal motivation for the CCP to deny universal values and to lash out with its wolf warriors.
The violence inherited by the CCP from Marx is demonstrated by what it has done during the 72 years since it took power. Over these years, the CCP has never stopped fighting. It fought with Chinese landlords, followed by capitalists and intellectuals. It also fought its own members, the so-called “capitalist roaders” in the party who had a tendency to follow capitalism. It fought with Soviet revisionism and then with American imperialism. The CCP has been fighting all the way until today.
It is also in the CCP’s genes to destroy capitalism in Hong Kong and Taiwan and to be at war with capitalist countries such as the United States, Japan, India, Australia, Britain, and Canada.
The end result of the CCP’s wolf warrior diplomacy will only provoke strong resentment from countries around the world, and finally accelerate the joint effort of all countries in the world to encircle the CCP.