Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1359-W971



Release Date: February 10, 2021



Topic: Warning to All Who Serve the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) -- Wei Jingsheng

标题:为党立功者戒 -- 魏京生


Original Language Version: Chinese (Chinese version at the end)



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Warning to All Who Serve the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)

-- Wei Jingsheng



Recently came the conclusion of a couple who were investigated for more than a year for violating the Canadian law of providing biological specimens to the CCP.  Why was it so slow despite the evidence?  There is speculation that it was due to the fruitless trying to use this Chinese couple in exchange for Canadians who have been arrested for more than two years and thus there was a delayed process.  Why didn't it work?  That is because this couple had no value to the CCP anymore, just like the big CCP agent Larry Wu-tai Chin who was abandoned by the CCP like a broken and smelly shoe.


There is another recent case.  Back then, Dr. Xu Zhiyong defended the CCP authorities regarding the killing of Qian Yunhui, which could be counted as a good service to the CCP for which he was scolded by others.  Why was he arrested and tortured recently?  This is also because now he has no value to the CCP, yet he committed taboos to the CCP.  However, one can't blame the Communist regime for not giving one past credit.  The CCP has always turned its back and refused to recognize what one might have done.  Those who made great contributions to the CCP during the Cultural Revolution were even more wronged.


When I was in Qinghai Prison, I became good friends with Kuai Dafu and Han Aijing, the first and second mass leaders of the Cultural Revolution.  At first they were still on the side of the Communist regime emotionally, and felt that they had been wronged by the CCP.  They simply looked down on me as a pure counter-revolutionary.  Meanwhile, these leaders who relied on their own competition to get ahead during the Cultural Revolution were really outstanding, with Kuai Tafu in particular good at debate.  I only just drew a tie with them in terms of knowledge, and in the end we became good friends after many arguments.  I remember that both of them complained that Western food was not good, and was always cold.  I told them that was because the foreign embassies invited them to receptions, not banquets, so all they were served were cold snacks.  Some translator in the embassy was also funny, and put “Ms. Han Aijing” on its invitation for Mr. Han.


There are many secrets in Chinese politics, which are called opacity in modern words.  I asked Kuai Dafu why he thought of arresting Liu Shaoqi, who was the President of China.  That was an overstepping that ordinary people could not think of.  Mr. Kuai shouted injustice and said: Mao Zedong personally arranged it.  At that time, he was called into Mao’s bedroom in Zhongnanhai, the headquarters of the Communist regime. Mao’s wife, Jiang Qing, Kang Sheng, and Xie Fuzhi (the Minister of Public Security at the time) were present.  Jiang Qing asked Mr. Kuai to arrest Liu Shaoqi.  Mr. Kuai responded with why couldn’t Comrade Xie Fuzhi do the arrest himself?  Jiang Qing reprimanded Kuai and said: According to the party's rules, the lower level official cannot arrest his boss at a higher level.  However, there is a law called “the masses should arrest and deliver the bad guys”.  You are the masses, and Liu Shaoqi is the bad guy.  It would be legal for you to send Liu Shaoqi into the hands of Comrade Xie Fuzhi.


I said is it not that arresting Liu Shaoqi is one of the charges against you?  Why not say your instructions in court?  Mr. Kuai complained that he was really wronged and said that his judge seemed to not to have heard his explanation.  I thought about it and started to feel a chill run though my back spine.  Based on my experience in the circle of children of the CCP top officials in Beijing, even I didn't expect the Communist leaders to be so dark and shameless.  Therefore, I kindly suggested to the two of them: You have to thank the judge for not listening.  He is protecting you.  If he reported these secrets, the CCP might make sure that you shut up forever.  Don't say these in your appeal in the future.  It seems that you will have to bear the blame for the CCP for a lifetime.  Don’t think that all the officers in the Communist public security, procuratorate, and legal divisions are good conscientious people.  Many of the people who tried your cases and the case of the Gang of Four and Lin Biao were reformed rightists, and they had a basic conscience.  But the others are not necessarily so.  One cannot always rely on luck.


Both Kuai Dafu and Han Aijing made such great contributions to Mao Zedong, yet they were arrested after only two or three years.  After they suffered the dictatorship of the masses for several years, they were arrested by Deng Xiaoping and sentenced.  They felt that they were more wronged than Dou E, the most famous wrongfully treated woman in Chinese history.  That was based on the thinking logic of the common Chinese in the opera – they thought that if they made great contributions, they could take the credit and be proud, and even could be free from any punishment even if they committed real crimes.  However, this is not the way of thinking of the Communist regime.  Most of the bureaucrats that could be filtered out by the Communist regime are ruthless and untrustworthy people.  Once these people are useless or even harmful to the CCP, they will just be thrown away like a broken and smelly shoe.  There are very few exceptions.


At the end of the 1970s, there were many rightists in the Chinese public security, procuratorate and legal department, and sometimes they would do something good with their conscience.  The judges and lawyers I had contact with did have their conscience and objected against their superiors and fought for me to get only 15 years of prison time instead of a death sentence.  After that, they all suffered serious consequences.  If you have a conscience, you have to be punished.  This is one of the characteristics of the CCP's cult.  How can we still count on a conscientious Communist Party?  Those who serve the party should take this as a warning.



(This English version is translated by Ciping HUANG, without any compensation.  Wei Jingsheng and the Wei Jingsheng Foundation appreciate her decades of contribution, especially for allowing the use and distribution of her translations of these commentaries.)


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(Written and recorded on February 8, 2021.  Broadcasted by Radio Free Asia on February 9, 2021.)



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Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1359-W971



Release Date: February 10, 2021



Topic: Warning to All Who Serve the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) -- Wei Jingsheng

标题:为党立功者戒 -- 魏京生


Original Language Version: Chinese (Chinese version at the end)









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