Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1374-W983



Release Date: April 7, 2021


Topic: My Thoughts on the QingMing Festival -- Wei Jingsheng

标题:清明节的思考 -- 魏京生


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


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My Thoughts on the QingMing Festival

-- Wei Jingsheng


On the QingMing Festival, everyone goes to the graves to pay homage to their elders.I canít go back to my country and present a bunch of flowers to my parentsí graves, so Iíll present an article of my thoughts to meet their expectations of me when they were alive.


In their entire lives, they may not have understood about how the revolution that they originally devoted themselves to to help build a good life for the Chinese people, and to make sure that the Chinese would be no longer be oppressed by corrupt officials and profiteers, ended up in the current state that is even worse and more severely suppressing than under the corrupt officials of the past.They began to doubt very early, but may never have thought clearly even at the end of their lives.


Indeed, the people of their generation that I know had a deep hatred of the old system, and they wanted to protect the common Chinese from exploitation and oppression, thus they risked their lives to participate in the revolution.However, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) they established has now fallen to being more corruptive than it was in the past, and it is even cruelly oppressing the common Chinese.What went wrong?I started thinking about this issue very early, and it was recognized by many people in the older generations.I remember that during the Democracy Wall period, there were a few old Communists who had just come out of the CCP prisons, who asked for our publications and were very interested in our thoughts and exploration.


I think they had been comparing their ideals and the reality since then, and were wondering about where they went wrong.Could it be that their enthusiasm for liberating the people was wrong?Could it be that their ideal of keeping the Chinese people free from oppression was wrong?I think these desires were all right.That was why they can still identify with me and think that I have inherited their ideals when they were young.


But they were indeed wrong, so that the consequence of their revolution is that the people are now being more severely exploited and oppressed more cruelly; so much so that opposing the CCP and cursing the CCP have become the political correctness of today's China.Whoever defended the Communist regime on the Internet was immediately recognized as an agent working for the CCP.Why there is such a result with their enthusiasm and sacrifice?


That's because they didn't think seriously, but instead chose a path of being deceived by a wave of enthusiasm or hatred.To put it simply, they were fooled by Karl Marx, a big liar, and then they went on to deceive more people, and finally dragged our country China into this mud pit of one century.Although there are various reasons for the disasters happening in China over the past 100 years, the biggest disaster comes from this great communist deception.


Why is Marx a big liar?Because in his time, France, a country next to his, already had a lesson of failure.The democracy established with violence by the Paris Commune proved to be a more cruel tyranny, which was eventually transformed into a system ruled by an emperor.This is the same outcome as in communist countries such as China and the Soviet Union.Then why didnít Marx note these failures?How could the rigorous logic he cultivated from a German university suddenly jump to the French and Italian style of freedom?This requires historians to study.But my conclusion is not complicated Ė it was because this was the need of a scam.


Like all crooks in the world, Marx mastered the weaknesses of most people.Most people like simple and direct methods, like the coolest results, with the greed of the poor; but they don't like deep thinking, imperfect results, with an aversion to unevenness and equality.It is precisely because of these weaknesses that most people have that crooks can easily manipulate them.It is precisely because people do not think deeply that this century's great scam can succeed.


My father and their generation of passionate young people were people whose passionate blood overwhelmed thinking of brains.At that time, there were very few literate people in China, and these fooled intellectuals went to fool more people.Eventually it caused the whole country to embark on an evil path and brought a century of disaster.The combination of cults and troubled times really magnified the disaster to several times bigger.The ultimate responsibility should be borne by the generations of leaders started by Marx, but those who have been fooled and followed the cult to do bad things are also ashamed of the persecuted people and their children and grandchildren.


Today's young Chinese are far away from the Cultural Revolution and the June 4th Massacre.They may be more susceptible to the new big fool after communism, which is the so-called patriotism.Fascists in Germany committed crimes against humanity under the upsurge of patriotism, which was not only done by a few people like Hitler, but by the unthinking German general public who were fooled by them.I hope that Chinese young people will not make the mistakes of the older generations, and stop being dragged into the pit of the new generation of scams.



(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 April 6, 2021.Broadcasted by Radio Free Asia on April 7, 2021.)


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Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1374-W983



Release Date: April 7, 2021


Topic: My Thoughts on the QingMing Festival -- Wei Jingsheng

标题:清明节的思考 -- 魏京生


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








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