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  • (dramatic music)

  • - [Narrator] Never before have the Chinese people

  • faced a terror as ruthless and evil

  • as Mao's Communist party.

  • Just like Marx, Lenin, and the Deep State,

  • Mao knew that what religions taught was real

  • and that Satan is also very real.

  • Mao sought to destroy the will of the Chinese people

  • to the point where he believed

  • no divine being would ever come to their aid.

  • Through the Cultural Revolution,

  • the Chinese Communist Party

  • ruined a 5,000 year old civilization

  • in 10 years.

  • So how was Mao able to create

  • the most destructive regime in human history?

  • Let's find out.

  • Communism in China on the Edge of Wonder.

  • But be warned.

  • This series may not be for the faint of heart.

  • - Hello and welcome to our final episode

  • in this series of exposing communism on Edge of Wonder.

  • - We felt that there's a lot of misunderstandings

  • about what communism really is

  • and wanted to expose it

  • and how it has been the most destructive force in our world.

  • - In this episode, we're gonna talk about

  • the rise of the Chinese Communist Party

  • and how it has killed more people

  • than any regime in history.

  • We have to warn you

  • there are some extremely graphic details in this episode,

  • but we feel it's necessary to tell this

  • to show how evil the Communist Party

  • has really been in history.

  • - So parents, you might not want your kiddos

  • to watch this one.

  • Let's begin with China's history.

  • China has one of the most rich and oldest cultures

  • in this period of our civilization.

  • With over 5,000 years history,

  • the Chinese people have shaped so many aspects

  • of our ways of life.

  • - [Ben] Throughout all these years,

  • many dynasties came and went

  • with the cultural landscape drastically changing

  • with each emperor.

  • Some were very noble and upright,

  • and some brought destruction to their people.

  • - However, no matter how bad the worst emperors were,

  • they all still believed in the divine.

  • Just their understanding may have been skewed.

  • Even Genghis Khan never considered himself

  • to be a ruthless barbarian.

  • He even said,

  • - [Reader] I am the punishment of God.

  • If you had not committed great sins,

  • God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you.

  • - So why are we bringing this up?

  • Just to note that most of the Chinese wars

  • throughout history were fought over land,

  • religious beliefs, or control over a population.

  • However, once an emperor gained control,

  • he would have those people be a part of everyday society,

  • just under a new emperor,

  • and life would continue on.

  • - Never before have the Chinese people ever faced a terror

  • as ruthless and evil as Mao's Communist Party.

  • Even the name of Chinese Communist Party in Chinese

  • has Satanic roots.

  • The traditional character dang means party or gang,

  • consists of two radicals,

  • which correspond to the words promote and dark.

  • - So when you combine these two radicals together,

  • it literally translates to promoting darkness.

  • Even Confucius said,

  • - [Rob] People who help one another

  • conceal their wrongdoings are said to be forming a gang.

  • - Or it could also be translated as a cabal.

  • - [Rob] The goal of communism

  • is to destroy belief in any kind of faith.

  • Thus without faith, the people would then turn

  • to its ruling party as their new god.

  • - So how did China go

  • from being the most deeply spiritual-rooted country

  • to becoming the most atheistic and communist countries ever?

  • - Well everyone, that is exactly what this episode is about,

  • the rise of the Chinese Communist Party.

  • Most historians think China's contemporary era

  • started around the mid-1800s,

  • which was during the Qing Dynasty.

  • China soon started to go through a Westernization movement

  • where they opened up trade with the West

  • for goods and weapons.

  • - But internally China started facing

  • tremendous and painful turmoils.

  • Many of the intellectuals got together

  • to come up with ways of saving the country and its people,

  • but with another war on the verge of breaking out with Japan

  • and other national issues,

  • their ideas only became disappointments leading to despair.

  • - As stated in the The Epoch Times,

  • Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party,

  • - [Reader] Like people who turn to any available doctor

  • in times of illness,

  • they looked outside China for a solution.

  • When the British and French styles failed,

  • they switched to the Russian method.

  • They did not hesitate to prescribe

  • the most extreme remedy for the illness

  • in the hope that China would quickly become strong.

  • - Their remedy, communism.

  • They wanted to take the easy way out

  • and thought that this ideology

  • would free them of their burdens.

  • Unfortunately, they couldn't have been more wrong.

  • (foreboding music)

  • - Now before we get into what happened,

  • let's bring up one of the most ruthless leaders

  • in pretty much the history of our current civilization,

  • Mao Zedong.

  • You might be batting an eye when we say that,

  • but after this episode,

  • you will be agreeing with us for sure.

  • - In 1911, the Xinhai Revolution

  • began against the Qing Dynasty,

  • and 17-year-old Mao decided to join the Revolutionary Army

  • and the Kuomintang or the KMT for short,

  • which is the Chinese Nationalist Party,

  • and who formed the first Republic of China.

  • - According to Fritz Springmeier,

  • author of the Bloodlines of the Illuminati,

  • Mao had wanted to go to a Christian missionary school,

  • but they rudely threw him out because he was Chinese.

  • Fritz said he never forgot this

  • and vowed to get his revenge on Christianity and on God.

  • - So we don't know for certain if this is true,

  • but either way it makes perfect sense

  • why Mao turned to Leninist and Marxist ideology

  • after the Soviet Revolution in 1919

  • and started to get members in the KMT

  • to join his Chinese Communist Party.

  • - Mao believed that China had too many people

  • and the country was using too much resources, land, and food

  • for the Chinese people

  • and wished to eliminate anyone

  • who wouldn't go along with his bidding.

  • - Recycling that old eugenics theory, I guess.

  • How original.

  • He already started to form his plan,

  • which was destroying the Four Olds.

  • He felt that these would stand in his way,

  • which for his so-called communist utopia,

  • and these were old customs, old culture,

  • old habits, and old ideas.

  • - In reality, he wanted destroy traditional culture

  • so Chinese people would forget their roots.

  • Then it would be easier for them

  • to accept his new communist ideology and its propaganda.

  • Such as, without the CCP, there would be no new China.

  • - As for the Four Olds, for example,

  • the old habits would be referring to our faith in the divine

  • or belief in religion.

  • If he destroyed this, then his new Communist Party

  • would become the new god for the Chinese people,

  • and they can force people to worship it.

  • - The old ideas would be thoughts and ideas

  • of ancient scholars that helped shape China

  • to which it became before the party took over

  • and how almost everyone believed in virtue and karma.

  • - [Rob] Old customs would actually break up the family

  • and then install its own ideology and propaganda

  • into the next generation of children.

  • - Old culture was actually referring

  • to the Chinese language itself.

  • Every single Chinese character has meaning behind it.

  • For example, the traditional character for dragon or long

  • is actually in the shape of a dragon,

  • which happens to be on my shirt.

  • - Oh. (Ben laughs)

  • However, now the simplified character removed the dragon,

  • and now the original meaning is lost.

  • There's so many more examples of this.

  • - The traditional character for love

  • has the character for heart inside of it.

  • This meant that people love you for your actions.

  • However, the CCP removed the heart from the character,

  • which it now loses its original nature.

  • They basically cut the heart out of it.

  • The sad part is

  • now the inner meanings behind the traditional characters

  • have been completely lost to the modern day Chinese people,

  • especially the younger generation.

  • - Mao wanted to destroy traditional values,

  • so the CCP decided to simplify their own language

  • in order for people to forget their roots and their culture

  • and where they came from.

  • - [Ben] So how was Mao able to create

  • the most destructive regime in human history?

  • Just like a snake sneaking up on its prey waiting to strike,

  • Mao was waiting for the right opportunity to arise.

  • - It was also during this time

  • that Lenin and Stalin realized

  • that the US would become a threat to them.

  • So in order to combat this, they needed China on their side.

  • So the Bolsheviks sent their representatives to China

  • to start setting up communist organizations,

  • and soon an alliance was formed with the KMT.

  • - Over the next 30 years, the CCP actually became

  • an organ of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union,

  • and Mao was receiving a monthly stipend,

  • about 170 yuan from the Russians.

  • - Now that may not seem like much in today's world,

  • but back then the average monthly salary

  • of a worker in Shanghai at that time was around 20 yuan.

  • - Because of these meetings, Mao's Communist Party

  • was able to experience very rapid growth,

  • but still wouldn't be able to overthrow the KMT.

  • So Mao decided he would support both sides,

  • but secretly was trying to take down the KMT from within.

  • - Soon a civil war broke out between the two sides,

  • and Mao suffered a heavy defeat at the hands of the KMT.

  • His Communist Party was on the verge of collapse.

  • Then out of fear, it loudly proclaimed that, quote,

  • "Chinese do not fight Chinese,"

  • and promised to submit itself to the leadership of the KMT.

  • - Secretly Mao was waiting for the right opportunity

  • to destroy the KMT,

  • and he didn't care who he killed to win

  • or with what methods he used for that victory.

  • - It was basically like a warped version of The Art of War.

  • - Yeah.

  • - When World War II broke out

  • and China was at war with Japan,

  • Mao took full advantage of the situation

  • and concocted a plan so evil

  • that would guarantee his victory over the KMT.

  • - Mao knew that if he had his troops fight the Japanese,

  • he would lose,

  • but if he joined forces with the KMT against the Japanese,

  • the KMT would come out as the victors,

  • and he wouldn't be able to take over China.

  • So what did he do?

  • He had his troops fight alongside with the Japanese

  • against the KMT.

  • - To quote the Nine Commentaries again here,

  • - [Reader] The CCP exhorted people

  • in the KMT-controlled areas to rebel,

  • calling on workers to strike,

  • peasants to make trouble,

  • students to boycott classes,

  • poor people to quit working,

  • soldiers to revolt,

  • so as to overthrow the nationalist government.

  • - In this way, they were calling out

  • all of the KMT supporters

  • to come and take a stand against the Japanese,

  • but really the CCP was actually calling them to their death

  • so Mao could make sure there would be no uprising

  • from any KMT supporters.

  • - While the battle was going on,