- Author: AriesStar
- Picture: Awakener
- Translator: Ranting
According to the history of the Chinese Communist Party:
- In 1956, the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was held in Moscow on February 14, and the Central Committee of the CCP took the position of defending Stalin in the main aspects;
- In 1956, at an enlarged meeting of the Political Bureau of the CCP Central Committee on April 28, Mao Zedong said that “let a hundred flowers bloom” in artistic issues and “let a hundred schools of thought contend” in academic issues should become the policy for the development of science and the prosperity of literature and art in China;
- In 1956, the Eighth National Congress of the CCP was held in Beijing on September 15;
- In April 1957, the People’s Daily published an editorial: “Continue to let go and carry out the policy of “let a hundred flowers bloom; let a hundred schools of thought contend”, and the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China issued the Instruction on the Rectification Campaign, deciding to conduct a Party-wide rectification campaign with the theme of correct handling of internal conflicts among the people and the content of opposing bureaucratism, sectarianism and subjectivism;
- In June 1957, the Central Committee of the CCP issued the Instruction on Organizing Forces to Prepare for Counterattacking Rightists’ Attacks; on September 14, the CCP Central Committee issued the Instruction on Rectifying Agricultural Production Cooperatives;
- In April 1958, the Central Committee of the CCP held a meeting in Guangzhou with the participation of some central leaders and heads of relevant departments of the Central Committee to discuss the issue of catching up with Britain in fifteen years;
- April 18-28, 1959, the First Session of the Second National People’s Congress was held in Beijing, which elected Liu Shaoqi as the President of the People’s Republic of China.
Every year since the founding of the CCP, the “chronicle of events” is basically full of meetings, instructions, reports, notices … Since the founding of the CCP, they have always avoided mentioning the real events, but to use some grand words to describe them. Obfuscation and distraction are their usual tricks.
In spite of this, in the related events they “had to record”, according to the historical materials “to reel silk from cocoons”, each event will be inextricably linked, we just need to find these events to carry on the next, it is not difficult to see the true history of each period. What about the real history of the “second” five years after the founding of the country?
In the first five years after the founding of the country, the Chinese Communist Party, under Mao’s leadership, engaged in a major campaign and war, and the country was in a state of blood and gore. After a few “killing sticks”, the rest of the country’s political groups were “quiet”. In the next “five years”, we need to understand a historical background: “On March 5, 1953, Stalin died. After several power struggles, Khrushchev took power in Moscow.”
Stalin, as the “big brother” of the Communist International, had always been the head of the Chinese Communist Party. Mao, who was not of “orthodox” origin, actually had a bone to pick with Comrade Stalin, but under Comrade Stalin’s lustful authority, Mao had no choice but to swallow his anger. Stalin’s death can be “not important”, looking at the world, on the “international communist movement” of seniority, Mao is “rising ship”. In the Chinese Communist Party, the “mud-legged” Maoist and the “roots” of the international faction were originally opposed to each other. Stalin’s death caused the “Communist Internationalists” in the CCP to stand aside. However …
In 1956, on February 14, the 20th Congress of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was held in Moscow, where Comrade Khrushchev publicly “flogged” Stalin. Khrushchev firmly criticized Stalin’s dictatorship and insisted that all his policies be reversed.
The slogan of “intra-party democracy” was heard loud and clear in Moscow. Naturally, this “ringing” in Moscow has shaken the political scene in Beijing. Since the Seventh Congress of the CCP, Liu has put Mao on the “altar of God”, and Stalin’s death has allowed Mao to “lead the way” in the international communist movement, and Mao’s road to dictatorship looks smooth.
However, the “Twentieth Congress” of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in Moscow “made the leaders of the CCP, such as Liu Shaoqi, Zhou Enlai and Peng Dehuai, reveal their willingness to align themselves with the CCP, oppose dictatorship and carry out internal party democracy. Mao, a “dictatorial adjective” by nature, keenly smelled the crisis of his dictatorship, so he “transformed” from an anti-internationalist leader of the CCP to an apologist of Stalin’s ghost. Mao stepped forward and led the Foreign Propaganda Department of the CCP Central Committee to uphold the position of defending Stalin.