What panicked General Secretary Trong do to protect Communist Party of Vietnam from rotting?

Actually, Mr. Nguyen Phu Trong was afraid that the Party would disintegrate

On Vietnamese territory, the ruling Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) uses a huge police apparatus to hunt down voices critical of the Party, forcing social network service providers to “destroy” critical voices. But even though it uses a giant propaganda machine with 800 newspapers, the Party’s corruption is still exposed, like a zombie when it comes to stinking.

Mr. Nguyen Phu Trong is a staunch Communist. With power in hand, he did everything to protect the Party’s existence. The burning campaign is the remedy to cure the regime’s ulcers. However, after nearly a decade of burning the furnace, people saw that the more he burned, the more corruption flared up. The following succeeding officials replaces the previous ones but all of them are corrupt ones. Clearly, Mr. Trong could not find a “clean Communist” anywhere. He said that there are “honest” Communists, but in reality, no Communists in this era are honest.

It is true that the people hate the Party, because the officials blame the people too much, taking all from the people in dirty and extremely inhumane manners. State-owned enterprises have been making people miserable for so long, everyone knows it, but few dare to speak up, because the Police are too aggressive and too reckless to crush those who dare to protest.

The corruption of this regime is fueling resentment among the entire people. This is a warehouse of explosives that is being filled with more and more drugs. One day, if there is just one spark, this warehouse will explode.

Surely, Mr. Nguyen Phu Trong saw that problem.

Even officials see that their Party is no good. They cling to the Party because the Party gives them the opportunity to steal money from the people to get rich. However, for Mr. Nguyen Phu Trong, he still believes that the Communist ideal is still valid. And he is doing everything he can to awaken that “value.”

Over the years, Mr. Nguyen Phu Trong has always repeated, “The decline in political ideology, ethics, lifestyle, corruption, negativity… originates from individualism. Resolutely fight to wipe out individualism throughout the Party.”

So what is individualism?

Actually, individualism is not bad. Individualism emphasizes the interests of the individual, human independence, and the importance of individual freedom and self-reliance. Individualists advocate no restrictions on personal goals and desires. They oppose outside interference in individual choices – whether that intervention is by society, the state, or any other group or institution.

Thus, individualism promotes respect for individuals, through respect for human rights, and essential freedoms for individuals, such as freedom of speech, freedom of religion, etc. … Individualism is not intrinsically bad, it is only bad when individuals do not have morals, do not respect the law and infringe on the freedom of other individuals.

In fact, Communists eliminate individualism in the Party because they fear that these people support human rights and other essential rights for individuals. And when party members follow this ideology, the Communist Party will collapse.

Mr. Nguyen Phu Trong promoted the so-called “principle of democratic centralism.” That is, promoting the role of the collective over the role of the individual. The principle of “democratic centralism” in the Communist style is the principle: the Party’s will is the king’s will, people in lower level have to obey orders only.

There are two unwritten principles, the first is that the Party is not wrong, only the individual is wrong, second, if the party is wrong, the first principle applies.

Promoting the “principle of democratic centralism” and opposing “individualism” is the way Mr. Nguyen Phu Trong is fighting against the party’s rotting. But in reality, it is impossible to oppose this rule, because currently, the Party is full of maggots, which can only be covered up with propaganda and the Police.

Thoibao.de (Translated)