China is under siege of the Chinese Communist Party, which has released a number of dams simultaneously causing dangerous flooding and which threatens parts of China, leading the Chinese people to question the Party’s loss of authority and loss of the Mandate from Heaven.
“Within several months, Chinese people experienced outbreak and flood due to releasing water from three gorgeous dam by CCP. CCP is a trouble maker damaging cities by flood,” Jennifer Zeng, a Chinese Journalist wrote.
— Jennifer Zeng 曾錚 (@jenniferatntd) July 5, 2020
Simultaneous events causing what seems to be the intentional destruction of property has led some citizens to question if the Communist Party has lost the authority to lead, called the Mandate of Heaven.
The Mandate from Heaven is an ancient philosophy being discussed today because it teaches that the Communist Party are the rightful rulers over the people, especially as they had gained the land through conquest, and violent death.
Many freedom fighters in Hong Kong, where there have been violent uprisings over the past year, believe that the mayhem by the party is a signal that the Communists have lost the authority to rule, they have lost the Mandate from Heaven.
— Dr Arvind Virmani (@dravirmani) July 3, 2020
The floods are especially noteworthy at a time with the countryside is filled with other deadly events.
In this video, a reporter for China In Focus talks about a “social injustice incident” where a Bus driver is seen deliberately driving passengers to a watery grave in a reservoir. 21 people died in a stunt that appears to be revenge for the Communist party destroying his home and neighborhood.
“Suspicion rose online about the accident, in social media posts claiming that the local government destroyed his home, a common occurrence when the government decides to use the land for new projects,” the reporter said.
A long time tactic of the Chinese Communist Party is to control the Chinese people by dominating their religious pursuits, demanding allegiance to the Communist Party over their own spiritual exploration by destroying their churches.
At the time of the release of the dams, the Communist Party was also demolishing Christian Churches and repurposing other churches for use by the party.
— China in Focus – NTD (@ChinaInFocusNTD) July 9, 2020
Destroying what they can not control, and what can cause embarrassment to the Communist Party is, indeed, a pattern of behavior for the Communist Party.
Oddly at the same time, In Northern and Central China, in the most important agriculture centers for the country is having a locust problem where they are eating crops, causing increased fears over food supplies.
State-run media said 16 acres of farmland were affected, but locals say the area is far-larger than 16 acres.
— China in Focus – NTD (@ChinaInFocusNTD) July 4, 2020
The Communist Party, however, is focused on happiness and optimism in the storm, and released a video of Farmers Dancing in the Floods.
#ChinaStory This village couple’s "rural-style shuffle dance" goes viral online. They often dance happily in the fields after busy farming day. What a lively and optimistic couple! pic.twitter.com/zDa0Z7p11v
— China Daily (@ChinaDaily) July 9, 2020
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Cultural Marxism, grassroots activism, music, IndyCar racing and political campaigns. @Saorsa1776