Published On: Mon, Jun 28th, 2021

‘Brutalizing Its Own Population Was Hardwired Into the CCP’s Core DNA’: Bipartisan Resolution Condemns 100 Years of CCP’s Atrocities

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As the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) prepares to celebrate its 100th anniversary this week, bipartisan lawmakers introduced a resolution on June 25 condemning a century of gross human rights abuses perpetrated by the regime against its own citizens. The resolution, led by Rep. Mike Gallagher (R-Wis.), lists more than 30 atrocities committed by the CCP from the 1930s to today, and vows that the United States will stand with the “Chinese people in their struggle for liberty.” Among the atrocities highlighted in the resolution were a series of disastrous campaigns helmed by the CCP’s first leader, Mao Zedong. They include a massive land reform movement in the 1940s that saw millions of landlords and others deemed to be “bourgeoisie” beaten and murdered; the “Great Leap Foward” industrial plan, which sought to rapidly develop China’s steel production to British or American levels but resulted in modern history’s worst man-made disaster, with … Save 10% on Citrus trees with code CITRUS

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