June 19, 2024

The Chinazi Threat

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“The Chinese government is properly called Chinazi because the China of today acts more like a Nazi totalitarian state than a communist totalitarian state. CCP-ruled China is the most serious threat to human freedom on this planet since Hitler and the Nazis.”

   —StopTheChinazis.org

Our Mission

Our mission is to alert people throughout the world to the serious, ongoing, and imminent threats to human freedom posed by the Chinese communist government.

Why call the rulers of China and the Chinese Communist Party “Chinazi”? Aren’t they communist?

The term Chinazi was advisedly used by the valiant pro-democracy activists of Hong Kong until they were silenced in Nazi-like fashion by the Chinese state.

Nazism is a radical form of fascism in which race and religion are cardinal factors. This was the case in Nazi Germany, the fascist ideology of which rationalized the massacre of millions of Jews and other perceived enemies of the state in Germany and across Europe.

Under fascism, the state often permits individuals to own property (at least nominally) and produce wealth, rather than simply confiscating everything and shunting people into collective farms or other communizing projects. So there are both food and iPhones in modern China. But the individual’s control over property is always subject to a fascist state’s sweeping regimentation and repression.

The behavior of the Chinese government in Hong Kong has been brutal and repressive in totalitarian magnitude. China recognizes zero human rights in mainland China; or in Tibet, which China took over by military force; or in Xinjiang, where China imprisons an estimated one to two million Muslim Uyghurs in concentration camps; or, now, in Hong Kong.

A great deal of evidence has been presented to show that the Uyghurs are being subjected to systematic rape and torture, forced to perform slave labor, and being brainwashed into opposing their own culture and religion.

That is genocide.

Nor is it the first genocide to be perpetrated by the Chinese Communist Party.

During the Cultural Revolution, between 1966 and 1976 several million Chinese were tormented, humiliated, and murdered. Perhaps this mass slaughter doesn’t quite count as genocide, since the victims were so diverse, and genocide is by definition “the deliberate and systematic destruction of a racial, political, or cultural group” (Merriam-Webster).

But members of the peaceful spiritual movement Falun Gong have faced genocide since 1999. Several investigations have concluded that the CCP government has engaged in organ harvesting, killing incarcerated Falun Gong practitioners and other political prisoners in order to use their organs for transplantation. Organ transplants are big business in China, and authorities there have acknowledged using the organs of executed political prisoners. According to many knowledgeable observers, the ghastly murderous organ transplant assembly line continues in China to this day.

The concentration camps of the Nazis looked just like today’s reeducation camps in Xinjiang. The policy of exterminating one’s enemies is also the same.

And, like the pro-Aryan government of Nazi Germany, the CCP state is also an ethno-state. In China, the majority Han Chinese receives preferential treatment, and the state discriminates against and abuses individuals who belong to other ethnic and racial groups.

In the 1930s, Hitler felt entitled to invade Austria and the Sudetenland in order to bring ethnically German people into the Third Reich. Modern China breaks treaties and threatens to invade neighboring Taiwan in part because it feels entitled to lay claim to its ethnically Han Chinese majority.

The Chinese government is properly called Chinazi because the China of today acts more like a Nazi totalitarian state than a communist totalitarian state. CCP-ruled China is the most serious threat to human freedom on this planet since Hitler and the Nazis. It is a threat that must be stopped.

Posters used in Hong Kong in 2019.
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