Party is bad or news is toxic?

The Party never admits that the Party itself is bad or toxic to the entire people

Any country that has press freedom is progressive, that is something that can be easily seen. Of course, to have press freedom, there must be a democratic political foundation, accepting multi-party systems and respecting opposing pluralism.

In democratic countries, people clearly saw the benefits of this issue many centuries ago, before Lenin was born. Yet the “late-born” Lenin was not aware of this problem, but instead created a kind of teratism among humanity. The so-called “Scientific Socialism” of Karl Marx and Lenin brought centralized humanity back to the feudal era but with a different shape.

Freedom of the press is like a detergent, regularly sprayed on the regime’s body to remove the stains that stick to it. Corrupt officials can never escape the free press, nor can bad policies escape the free press. When a leader fails to fulfill his duties, or even commits a crime such as corruption, the free press will seek to bring that wrongdoing to light. From there, people will know the truth and create pressure to eliminate or change.

Such a machine continually cleans the regime, and thereby keeps these countries with clean, competent, and responsible Governments.

The early period of capitalism, often called the period of wild capitalism, was also full of negativity, social injustice, and big fish eat small fish.

That is why Mr. Karl Marx evaluated Capitalism as exploitative, unjust and oppressive. However, Mr. Marx did not see the possibility of self-evolution of Capitalism. Capitalist countries that Karl Marx and Lenin previously considered exploitative, today, they have moved towards a welfare state.

Meanwhile, the Eastern bloc and the Soviet Union were immersed in the toxic doctrine of Communism. They eliminated democracy, and of course freedom of the press, making it impossible for these countries to clean themselves of dirt. Toxic impurities accumulate over time, making the regime increasingly corrupt and evil.

Fortunately, the collapse of the Socialist bloc in Eastern Europe freed these countries from Communism and led them to a civilized democratic society.

Currently, the Communist government lists news critical of the regime as “bad information” and they try to remove it. The Party applies all kinds of measures, from banning the free press to using the police apparatus to hunt down the source of news. In addition, the Party also puts pressure on social network providers, such as Facebook, YouTube, Google… to lock, block, or suppress interaction on social networking sites that the Party considers unfavorable to them. The Party said that those pages reported “evil” news. So, the question is, is the news posted by these sites evil, or is it the Party that is evil?

In fact, it is the Party that is evil, it is the Party that is the source of the information that the Party calls evil. If the Communist Party could do good things, like the governments of other progressive countries, no people would believe in contradictory sources.

People only believe in what reflects the truth, because people can verify it themselves, not just what they hear and believe.

Currently, the Vietnamese communist government has over 800 state-controlled newspapers, daily highlighting the achievements of the Party and state. They got the green light from the Communist Party and pumped good news about the Party into people’s heads, but why don’t people believe it? Vietnam TV (VTV) and local television stations, every day broadcast on television to praise the Party’s merits, the beautiful image of the police, Party officials… But why do people still believe in “toxic bad news“?

Actually, there is no bad news at all, it’s the Communist Party that is evil, but unfortunately, the Communist Party refuses to admit that. Therefore, the Vietnamese people are miserable from generation to generation. Because they refused to admit the evil and did not accept freedom of the press to clean up the dirt clinging to the regime, the filth of the regime (Translated)