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By Jason Morgan, Remnant Columnist, Feb. 3, 2022

Jason Morgan is associate professor at Reitaku University in Kashiwa, Japan

“New Kind of Evil”
(A Remnant Interview)

The Calm After and Before the Storm

In the early 1990s in the People’s Republic of China (PRC), the national mood was finally beginning to brighten after decades of starvation, mass murder, and government oppression.

The civil wars and warlords of the 1930s and 40s, the famines in the 1950s brought about by the disastrous policies of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), the national civilizational vandalism and terror campaigns which CCP leader Chairman Mao Zedong unleashed in the 1960s, the years of economic hardship and weakness of the 1970s, and the massacre of thousands of democracy advocates in the 1980s who mistakenly thought that post-Mao leader Deng Xiaoping’s get-rich reforms would lead to greater respect for human rights—all this began slowly to fade as China entered the last decade of the twentieth century.

Accompanying this cautious sense of relief was a return to the ancient culture which the communists had worked so hard to destroy. There is only one dedicated anti-Chinese organization on the planet: the Chinese Communist Party. The CCP hates Chinese art and literature, Chinese philosophy and calligraphy—and Chinese qigong, or breathing and exercise techniques, perfected over thousands of years of civilizational time. …

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