China News Agency, Beijing, May 26th, title: Why does the CCP want to "read this long article forever"?

  Author Huang Yuqin Guo Jinchao

  "Small victories are pride, big victories are more proud, and we suffer again and again. How to avoid this problem is really worth noting."

  In 1944, Mao Zedong said in a letter to Guo Moruo, "Your "Jiashen Three Hundred Years Ceremony", we treat it as a rectification document."

  This year, three hundred years after Li Zicheng was defeated at Shanhaiguan, another Jiashen year.

Guo Moruo wrote a long history of nearly 20,000 words "Jiashen Three Hundred Years Ceremony", Mao Zedong used this long article to warn the whole party as a warning.

  As the Chinese Communist Party is moving towards full power, in the spring of 1949, on the way from Xibaipo to Peiping to "enter Beijing for an exam", Mao Zedong once again mentioned the article "Jiashen Three Hundred Years Ceremony", "This is just the beginning. This article is I want to read on forever".

  "Entering Beijing" means governing, and "rushing for the exams" symbolizes the test. This article, which must be read forever, also implies that the CCP is always on the road to "rushing for the exams". It needs to always maintain the awareness of "rushing for the exams" and face the test of governance.

  Mao Zedong once warned the whole party with "two musts"-"We must make comrades continue to maintain a humble, prudent, arrogant, and non-irritable style, and make sure that comrades continue to maintain a style of hard work."

  Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, even mentioned 4 "not easy" for the "key minority" in the party-"It is not easy to be vigilant when you are successful and to maintain the mental state of diligence and governance in the early days of entrepreneurship. After taking power, you will be frugal. It is not easy to introvert and respect the end as the beginning. In the Chengping period, it is not easy to administer the officials strictly and prevent extravagance. It is not easy for major changes to follow the trend and conform to the people's sentiment.

  To maintain the awareness of "rushing for exams" and to face the challenges of governance, we need to be "cautious as walking on thin ice" and "worry about danger in times of peace" at all times.

  As Xi Jinping said, "The road ahead cannot be smooth sailing. The brighter the future, the more we must increase our awareness of danger and be prepared for danger in peacetime." "We must be consistent in enhancing our awareness of danger and preventing risks and challenges."

  When visiting the democratic parties, Xi Jinping took the initiative to mention the "historical cycle rate", using the "cave dwellings" of the year to warn that the old path of "political death" should not be repeated.

  The report of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China puts "resolutely fighting against and deflating major risks" as one of the three most important battles to decisively build a moderately prosperous society in an all-round way.

  This political party, which was "born in distress, grown in distress, and stronger than distress", has continuously demonstrated its ruling style of "preparing for the worst and working for the best."

  To withstand the test of ruling power, the courage to self-revolution and the ability to purify itself are also necessary.

Faced with the greatest threat of corruption, the CCP has always emphasized "zero tolerance" and insisted that "anti-corruption is always on the road."

  At the beginning of the founding of New China, Mao Zedong directly urged the "first cut in anti-corruption." Liu Qingshan and Zhang Zishan, who had contributed to the revolution, were sentenced to death for corruption, which shocked the country.

  The new environment brought about by reform and opening up has made the forms of corruption more diversified and has also posed new challenges to anti-corruption.

Deng Xiaoping saw the seriousness of the problem and sounded a wake-up call to the whole party.

He emphasized that building a clean government should be taken as a major issue, and corruption must be opposed throughout the entire reform and opening process.

  Especially since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China, the CCP has persisted in fighting corruption with an iron fist. It has been fighting against the tiger and swattering the flies. It has formed an overwhelming anti-corruption situation. The "cage" of party rules and party discipline has become tighter and tighter. The alarm bell of "the party and the country will be destroyed" will always ring.

  Behind maintaining the awareness of "rushing for exams" and facing the test of governance is the original intention of the Chinese Communists.

  "Jiangshan is the people, and the people are the rivers and mountains. Popularity is related to the life and death of the party." This party that regards "seeking happiness for the Chinese people and rejuvenation for the Chinese nation" as its original aspiration and mission, and what it wants to do is to achieve a better life for the people. Yearning.

  Xi Jinping has repeatedly emphasized that "the party's rush for exams is far from over." "Only by not forgetting the original aspirations, can we comfort history and our ancestors, win the hearts of the people and the era, and can do good and never move forward."

  One hundred years of alarm, Jiashen a sacrifice.

This long historical commentary, which needs to be read all the time, constantly warns the CCP to continue to face the challenges of the new era with its soberness and determination to "rush the exam."