The founders of the Epoch Times newspaper fled communist China to come to America. But they never expected that the United States would undergo a battle between communism and freedom.
Many Americans believe communism is a concept that only affects faraway nations. They do not realize that it has already arrived at our doorstep.
Communism spread in America under names such as socialism, progressivism, liberalism, neo-Marxism, etc. It was a slow process over decades of systematic subversion, first by the Soviet Union and now the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
This battle for the control of America is the focal point of the U.S. presidential election.
This is a conflict that transcends partisanship and party affiliation.
Belief in God is fundamental to America. The early colonists fled here so that they could practice their religion freely. This nation established that we are all created equal and endowed by the Creator with our rights. The U.S. motto is “In God we trust.”
Belief in God and the principles derived from that belief are the fundamental reasons why the United States can enjoy freedom, democracy, and prosperity. It is why the United States has become the nation it is today.
In this great tradition, voting is a sacred duty in which each citizen takes responsibility for who governs. This year, a record number of Americans voted to choose their next leader.
We have since learned that this process was subverted. Numerous credible allegations of voter fraud emerged, pointing to a systematic effort to change the election outcome.
The far-left communists used lies, fraud, and manipulation to deprive the people of their rights and freedoms.
One of the two major U.S. parties, the Democratic Party, is no longer the political party it used to be. Over the decades, it was gradually infiltrated by the same Marxist ideology that created the most brutal and repressive communist regimes in history.
Communist ideology is not a normal ideology. It is the ideology that caused the unnatural deaths of at least 100 million people.
The communist ideology uses righteous concepts, such as “equality” and “political correctness,” to confuse people. Communism infiltrated every field in our society, including education, media, and art. It destroys everything traditional, including faith, religion, morality, culture, family, art, education, law, etc. It leads people to fall into moral depravity.
This is the ideology of totalitarianism. It drives once-thriving nations into the abyss and destroyed 5,000 years of culture in China, where people went from a belief in the divine to a devotion to the state.
It is the systematic undoing of all that is good. It stands diametrically opposed to fairness, truth, and compassion.
This undermined our in God and dragged the American people to the brink of danger.
A Choice Between Good and Evil
This conflict transcends party lines. Will Americans stay true to our founding principles or be subject to forces seeking to control and destroy our most fundamental rights?
America is on the brink of falling into communism.
At the center of this battle is President Donald Trump. He clearly said no to socialism and communism. He ended decades of appeasement of the Chinese regime by enacting a nationwide effort to counter its influence and infiltration.
Trump confronted the CCP.
To communist China, the trajectory was clear: Trump is an American president who values tradition and opposes communism. As long as he leads, the Chinese regime won’t succeed in its objective to overthrow America.
We have communist China at our gates, ready to take over. The CCP carefully studied our system for decades. They are successfully taking advantage of our open society and infiltrating our country.
Internally, Marxist groups with ties to the Chinese Communist Party, such as Antifa and Black Lives Matter, organize protests and riots. The movement is similar to China’s Cultural Revolution, which destroyed the nation’s cultural heritage and traditions. It is an anti-American movement, just like the Cultural Revolution was anti-Chinese. The core of the movement’s ideology is no different from that of the communist movement in China. It goes hand in hand with the CCP, ready to subvert America.
The impact of this election is far-reaching. It is clear to people, governments, and organizations that we must decide whether we stand with the communist or with tradition and universal values.
More and more people realize that the election is not a two-party fight. It is a battle between tradition and communism, a struggle between good and evil, a struggle between liberty and communism.