(Clearwisdom.net) With the publishing of the Nine Commentaries on the Communist Party, more and more people are beginning to see clearly the evil nature of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). However, there are still a number of people whose thoughts are that although the CCP is corrupt, its fundamental doctrines are still great and sublime. They believe in its ideas and concepts to push for a highly developed productivity, everybody contributing to the society according to his ability, and the distribution of goods and resources based on everyone's need. They feel that the only thing wrong is that corrupt officials have deviated from communist ideology and the cause of communism.

When the communist regimes in the former Soviet Union and its East European allies finally crumbled, the CCP used the same excuse to deceive the Chinese people. They said that communism was the ultimate ideology for the entire human society, and what happened in the former USSR and its East European allies was due to corrupt officials, not to communism itself. Many enthusiastic youth who wanted to dedicate themselves to the service of the motherland were misled and deluded by such evil doctrines and became CCP members. These people believed that the idea to establish a communist paradise on earth was very noble and great. However, they seldom ever thought about the question of whether the communist ideology is good, or is it in fact an evil doctrine that contravenes heavenly principles.

The answer is the latter. The communist doctrine of "high productivity, from each according to his ability, to each according to his need" is very deceptive. There are two key points here. Common ownership of production materials and distribution of products according to need. The former is the foundation while the latter is the purpose.

The key difference between common ownership of all production materials in the communist regimes, and the ownership of a small portion of production materials by the governments in other countries, is that communism requires the abolition of all forms of private ownership. It stipulates the so-called public ownership of all production materials. Their evil intent, however, is for the party to seize and control all. In reality, it is a party ownership system, not a public ownership system. The concept of public ownership is actually a tool used by the party to deceive and control the people, and to give the party control of all production.

The idea and concept of "to each person according to his need" is primarily developed by utilizing the negative side of human nature that is selfish and afraid of hard work. The concept of "to each person according to his need" basically means that regardless of how much effort and work one puts in, one can get whatever one wants and how much one wants. This concept is indeed favored by those who don't intend to do much work. These are the fundamental evils of such communist doctrine.

Mr. Li Hongzhi, the founder of Falun Dafa, teaches such a principle that the fundamental characteristic of the universe is "Truth, Compassion, Forbearance." Another principle derived from "Truth, Compassion, Forbearance" is the principle of "no loss, no gain." To gain, one must lose. The basic understanding of this statement is: "...one does not gain if one does not work for it, more work means more gain, less work means less gain." (Zhuan Falun) The words from Mr. Li actually speak of a law of nature or heavenly principle. The movement of everything in heaven and on earth validates this principle. A farmer needs to plough his field, sow the seeds, spread fertilizer, water it, weed it, eliminate pests and finally harvest the crop, etc. He needs to do his hard work with effort to be able to obtain a good harvest. Where there is sacrifice, there is gain. The more effort one puts in, the more return one gets. Therefore, the concept of "to each person according to his need" is an evil doctrine, which is against the heavenly principle. It is a doctrine to deceive and brainwash people. It is impossible for any society, developed or not, to realize the communist doctrine of "to each person according to his need." The Communist Party uses the doctrine of "to each person according to his need" as camouflage to carry out its real doctrine of "to each person according to his power in the Communist Party."