Is CCP somewhat rooted in traditional Chinese culture?

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This is a question that has perplexed some of the most sharp-eyed experts on CCP and, has vital implications for effective strategy towards the CCP.

It is often claimed that the destructiveness of the CCP roots in both the communist ideology and a Confucian societal heritage. After all, the CCP’s Unrestricted Warfare on the West appears to have roots in the classic…

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