By December 22, 2020 Updated: December 22, 2020
The existence of Party units within foreign companies in China is hardly surprising, given that the regime mandates any organization with at least three CCP members to form a Party branch. But the 1.95 million CCP member list, which includes names, levels of education, ethnicity, and the Party branches they belong to, was to date the biggest revelation on the scale of the CCP’s influence on international companies.
Most of the members in the database are from the country’s southeastern coastal metropolis of Shanghai.
- New York-headquartered tech firm IBM has at least two dozen Party units with 808 members in China.
- 3M, a manufacturer of consumer and health care goods, including N95 respirators and other medical products critical to preventing COVID-19 spread, employs at least 230 CCP members within five Party units.
- PepsiCo, the multinational snack and beverage company, has 45 employees listed under the company’s Party branch committee.
- Dow Chemical Company, one of the world’s three largest chemical producers, lists 337 CCP members in four Party committees.
- Other notable U.S. firms on the list include Westin Hotel & Resorts owned by Marriott International (23 members); analytics firm Nielsen Holdings (94); leading food company Mars Food (14); and insurance provider MetLife (31).
- Earlier media reports have also highlighted CCP members’ presence at U.S. aerospace company Boeing, which employed at least 287 CCP members in 2016, and U.S. pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, with at least 69 Party members..............
The “membership in the Chinese Communist Party makes those people
devoted not to the nation of China, or to the people of China, but to
the political party of the CCP,” said Journalist Gertz. He called such
efforts the CCP’s “ideological drive” to “basically take over the
world.”.............“Now the West, the free world, needs to wake up and start fighting back against the Chinese Communist Party.”......To Read More....