65 Years of National Political Slogans
In the wake of National Day, I’ve collected the most famous national promotional [political] slogans for the past 65 years. Let us look back at this tumultuous road.
1949, Chinese People have Stood up.
1950, Resist U.S. Aggression and Aid Korea, Defend the Homeland.
1951, We Must Sternly Repress Counter-Revolutionaries.
1953, The Party Line is the Beacon Shining on Our Work.
1954, We Must Liberate Taiwan.
1955, Walk the Path of Cooperation.
1956, Let a Hundred Flowers Bloom; Let a Hundred Schools of Thought Contend
1957, Long Live the Great Leap Forward. Surpass England in Three Years, Catch Up to America in Five
1958, The People’s Commune is Good.
1962, Never Forget Class Struggle
1963, Learn from Comrade Lei Feng
1964, Learn Industry from Daqing, learn Agriculture from Dazhai
1964, Prepare for War, Prepare for Disasters, For the People
1966, Weed Out all Class Enemies.
1966, Revolution Justified, Rebellion Legitimated!
1968, The Sky is the Limit, Much Can be Accomplished.
1969, We Will Not Attack Unless We are Attacked; If We are Attacked, We Will Certainly Counterattack
1975, The Four Modernizations
1978, Practice is the Sole Criterion for Testing Truth
1978, Emancipate Our Thinking, Seek Truth from Facts
1980, Reform and Opening Up
1980, Having Just One Child is Good
1982, Quadruple [GDP]
1984, Time is Money, Efficiency is Life.
1986, Long Live Understanding.
1987, One Central Task and Two Basic Points
1989, Maintaining Stability is of Top Priority
1990, Upholding the Four Fundamental Principles [the Socialist Road, the Dictatorship of the Proletariat, the Leadership of the Communist Party, and Marxism-Leninism and Mao Zedong Thought)
1992, Development is the Hard Truth
1992, Construct Socialist Market Economy with Chinese Characteristics
1995, Three Emphases Education: Stress theoretical study, political awareness and good conduct.
1997, Extricating the State Enterprises from Difficulties in Three Years
2000, The Three Represents
2003, Harmonious society
2006, The Eight Honors and the Eight Shames
2007, Scientific Development
2009, Protect Growth, Protect People’s Livelihoods, Protect Stability
2013, The Chinese Dream
2014, Crack Down on Both “Tigers” and “Flies”
Comments on Sina:
Yes, indeed testing the people’s intelligence.
National slogans represent the path going forward, so that people will not be lost.
Long live understanding!
Our Party…has changed.
From brazenly evil gradually to faintly disgusting.
The beginning was exploring, the middle was being lost, then it was being on the right path, and now it is about making improvements.
As long as the government no longer oppresses the common people.
The Chinese Dream, such wishful thinking, haha.
Here to check your water meter.
Reject formalism, reject bureaucracy, reject thousands of years of unchanging slave mentality in the Heavenly Kingdom. This slogan is more befitting reality!
So all these years we’ve just been shouting slogans, so let’s just continue shouting slogans then! Either way, I’m already used to hearing the “serve the people” slogan!
The first 30 years turned China into hell on earth, the later 30 years has brought order to disorder, and now we are gradually getting on the right track with reason/rationality!
This is how Chinese people’s slave mentality was formed.
Is commenting allowed here, I’m so scared.