How Students in China Are Indoctrinated with Communist Party Culture (3)
Posted by Author on June 6, 2010
By Yang Zijiang, via The Epochtimes –
For a period of time, universities started campaigns of constructing “university campus culture.” However, culture, spiritual activities, activities to create a cultural atmosphere through song composition and creation; seminars on different cultures, thoughts and science as well as some good ways to construct “campus culture” were all considered “spiritual pollution” by the Party committee propaganda department and “bourgeois liberalization,” and they were forcefully canceled. Instead, the league committee takes over and put all these under the wing of “Party culture.”
University education in today’s China was developed to protect and strengthen the CCP’s regime. The regime calls this education system the “national industry to produce talented people.” However, its true purpose is to support the regime.
Who benefits in today’s China? Take a look at the upper echelons of the Party. All the people in that group have graduated from universities. Phony Ph.D.s are rampant in today’s China. The CCP has changed its tactics.
In the past, if senior cadres were criticized for not doing the work of running the country, they would say that they had created the state, so why do they need to work? In today’s China the rulers are still exploiting the wealth of the nation while failing to fulfill their duties. They continue to produce a class of degenerate intellectuals who are more cunning and also more ruthless than their predecessors. The university system is being used to educate the regime’s political, economic, and cultural elites as well as other levels of lackeys to flatter the CCP and perform as executioners for the CCP.
The above are just some of the base tactics the CCP uses to cause students to lose their souls. It clearly shows that these tactics have seriously poisoned university students with “Party culture.” (END)
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