Despite all addictions being harmful, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) boasts that more and more young people are becoming “addicted” to learning about the party’s history through video games sponsored by the communist regime.
“I never thought that one day I would become addicted to learning the history of the CCP,” a 22-year-old Chinese woman named Zhou Ying told the Global Times, a mouthpiece of the Communist party, adding that she thoroughly enjoyed the exploration process.
The video game challenges players to find five items hidden in a painting of Shanghai in the 1910s, including a portrait of Karl Marx and a poster of the May Fourth Movement in 1919. Each time the player successfully finds an item, the game briefly introduces the person or event related to the article, Breitbart reported.
The May Fourth Movement of 1919 began in Beijing as a student-led protest against specific clauses of the Treaty of Versailles, which handed China’s Shandong province to Japan. Approximately 3,000 students gathered in Tiananmen Square, and eventually, the protests turned violent and sparked riots throughout China.
From this controversial revolt, the first leaders of the CCP, Chen Duxiu and Li Dazhao emerged and helped found the party in 1921. However, the game does not describe that student leader Chen Duxiu did not advocate violence and was subsequently persecuted by the CCP and labeled a “right-wing opportunist,” according to the book “Nine Commentaries on the Chinese Communist Party.”
“Literally named ‘a [revolutionary] spark in Shanghai,’ the game that Zhou plays has attracted many young people since its beta version was released in May,'” according to The Global Times.
China will mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of the CCP on July 1, 2021, so more than ever, party officials target young people and their tendency to play video games to twist history.
Indoctrination from childhood
Communist party leaders emphasize the need to teach “the red gene” to inculcate communist ideology and loyalty to the Party from kindergarten.
By joining the Young Pioneers Association, children as young as five years old must swear a blood oath of loyalty to the CCP and even be made to pledge their lives for it. The children are so innocent that it is effortless for the teachers—who act as instruments of the party—to indoctrinate them.
The first rule in the textbooks is to love and revere the party since education aims to prepare the next generation of members.
Another very normal thing in schools is to force young people to learn socialist dogma. For example, they force them to memorize the new interpretations of Chinese socialism promulgated at the 2012 National Congress of the CCP.
As for politics, the students believe a totally distorted reality, such as that China is their “mother” and that the United States “attacks” it, especially when Donald Trump was president.
In addition, the children repeated that Trump was bad and that because of him, the United States was the place where the CCP Virus (Wuhan coronavirus) pandemic was the worst.
After more than 70 years of ruling, the CCP has become an expert at brainwashing the Chinese people.
Numerous organizations and committees actively promote communist ideology using various “disguises,” such as the science and technology association, the communist youth league, and the women’s federation, among others.
Due to indoctrination, Chinese citizens perceive all history as distorted, and it is tough for them to break with these paradigms.
The CCP is also atheistic, so most Chinese do not believe in retribution for actions as their ancestors did. This was a common tenet of traditional Chinese culture before the communist party took power by force 71 years ago.
The Chinese are the first victims of the Party. That is why we must help them wake up and free themselves from their indoctrination to regain their conscience and freedom.