Gao Yu is a freelance intelligencer and columnist grounded in Beijing. She worked for the China News Agency, and was latterly deputy editor-in-chief of Economics Weekly, 1982 – 1989). He was also locked doubly for his participation in the 1989 popular movement.

Grounded on her access to exclusive sources, she writes about, among other effects, Beijing’s internal political circles, and her work is influential. The Chinese origin is then.

Soon after the new time passed, a thick fog engulfed eastern and central China, and fear spread among the people. A netizen on Weibo wrote,” I suddenly felt suffocated, drowned in a dark argentine haze. I could not breathe, so I went to the sanitarium.”

Politically, Beijing is also shrouded in haze, drawing immense attention outside and outside China.

Last Thursday( January 17), in a public lecture entitled” The Transition in China” at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, Harvard Professor Roderick MacFarquhar prognosticated that the eventuality for reform from within the CCP would be enormous. will be more., will be more.,

Will be more., will be more., Will be less. Was, and reform would presumably only be touched off by external, large- scale and explosive events. ( Although I can not find the link to his lecture, compendiums can read this extract from Professor- Yaxue to get an analogous assessment)

As if to clear the political haze, Xi Jinping’s” New Southern Tour speech”, in early December, began raising at the party last week. To my surprise, Xi’s speech reads like perfect evidence of MacFarquhar’s vaticination.

The new leadership’s” honeymoon” is hardly over, but it has formerly come clear that the party and the people don’t partake in the same” China Dream”, as the Southern Weekend program has abundantly indicated.

The most important part of Xi Jinping’s” New Southern Tour Speech” is his reconsidering the theme of the collapse of the Soviet Union. He said,” Why did the Soviet Union disintegrate? Why did the Soviet Communist Party collapse? One of the important reasons was that their ideals and beliefs were shaken.

In the end, the sovereign’s Flag on the City Tower’ changed overnight. This is a deep assignment for us! To dismiss the history of the Soviet Union and the Soviet Communist Party, to dismiss Lenin and Stalin, and to dismiss everything differently, is to indulge in literal nihilism, and it confuses our views and on all situations.., but weakens the association of the party.

” Why should we stick to the leadership of the party over the army?” Xi continued,” Because it’s an assignment from the collapse of the Soviet Union. In the Soviet Union where the service was politicized, separated from the party, and nationalized, the party was disarmed.

Some tried to save the Soviet Union; They seized Gorbachev, but it was taken back within days because he didn’t have the outfit to exercise power. Yeltsin made a speech standing on a tank, but the army didn’t respond, maintaining the so-called’ impartiality’. In the end, Gorbachev blazoned the dissolution of the Soviet Communist Party.

therefore began a big party. Proportionately, the Soviet Communist Party had further members than us, but none were strong enough to stand up and kick.,

” none was enough”! How easily it shows Xi Jinping’s concern over the collapse of the Soviet Communist Party and the collapse of the Soviet Union!

In his initial address on September 19, 2004, when he succeeded Jiang Zemin as president of the Central Military Committee, Hu Jintao described Gorbachev as” the main malefactor of Eastern Europe’s metamorphosis and a snake to illiberalism”.

” Because of the openness and pluralism he supported,” Hu said, Gorbachev caused confusion between the Soviet Communist Party and the people of the Soviet Union. The party and the union split under the influence of’ Westernization’ and’ bourgeois leftism’, which they enforced.

At the time, Hu Jintao’s speech was distributed to every member of the party as a document of the party’s Central Committee, and numerous set up it unthinkable that Hu had called the anti-fascist palm of World War II. Similarly, the collapse of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe was formerly honored as one of the topmost patrimonies of the 20th century.

I believe that Xi Jinping’s new Southern Tour speech will surprise numerous party members, let alone outside spectators and the general public. As the son of one of the founding generals of communist China, Xi’s speech reflects his mindset and highlights his political ambition.

On the one hand, he wants to maintain the life of the CCP governance; On the other hand, he wants to revamp the house in expedient of restoring Mao Zedong’s authority and legality in early communist China. similar are the guiding principles and destination of its” Path of Renewal”.

McFarquhar was veritably practical when he refocused out that vested interests were so strong In the loose system of the Aid Party, and Xi Jinping doesn’t want to be the Gorbachev of China by risking reform, as it could spark bouleversement and lead to the collapse of the governance.

Xi Jinping didn’t mention” political reform” in his new Southern Tour speech. In fact, he has not made any citation of it since the 18th Party Congress. rather, in his Southern Tour speech, he laid out his ideological foundation “ Only illiberalism can save China. Only through( profitable) reform and opening up can China develop, illiberalism can develop and Marxism can develop.”

Right now, the Chinese government is the flush government in the world, and it’s the source of the” three beliefs”(” belief in direction, belief in doctrinal foundations, and belief in the system”) that Xi Jinping lately raised.

On his first leg of the Southern Tour, Xi praised Deng Xiaoping as” the general developer of China’s reform and opening up” but was also the mastermind of China’s crony capitalism over the once three decades.

What Deng Xiaoping set out in his Southern Tour speech 21 times agone
is a lame reform path, and has been the root cause of rampant corruption and raising social heads.

But it does not feel that Xi Jinping wants to admit it. not yet anyway. He said,” Our reform has always been a total reform. I don’t agree with the view that China’s reform is lagging before in some felicitations. It may be briskly or pokily in some ways and in some points, but all similar In ways.” noway mind that China has changed this way but not that way.

The main thing is to know what to ameliorate and what not to ameliorate. There are some effects we have not changed, effects we can not change, and effects we will not change, no matter how important time passes. And it can not be described as a failure to ameliorate.”

So, what are some effects that can not be changed? Xi Jinping said,” Some people define reform as a change towards the universal values of the West, the Western political system, or it’ll not constitute” real” reform.

This is a retired tinkering with the conception and a misreading of our correction. Of course, we should raise the flag of reform, but our reform is one that sets us on the path of illiberalism with Chinese characteristics. We’ll not follow the old road closed and harsh, nor will we follow the bad path of changing the flag.

In his lecture, MacFarquhar stated that, due to corruption from top to bottom, the CCP has lost the authority and legality it had in the early times of Mao’s New China; While Deng Xiaoping’s focus on profitable reform only after the Cultural Revolution demanded a testament that could unite the people and the party.

How to deal with the enervating complaint of the party, and inseminate in the party members a desire to reform? Xi Jinping said, “ We must easily see our place in history, easily looking at realistic pretensions as well as the long-term vision to which we’re devoted.

We’re still in the early stages of illiberalism, and we must do whatever we can to achieve the pretensions of the present stage. But if we lose our sight as socialists, we will lose our direction and succumb to utilitarianism and pragmatism.

To maintain our ideals and beliefs, we must maintain the scientific outlook on Marxism- Leninism, the ideas of Mao Zedong, Deng Xiaoping’s proposition, the” three representations” and the important donation of development.

The great renewal of the Chinese nation has been the biggest dream of the Chinese nation in the once two hundred times.’ Dream of China’ is a model. But of course, as socialists, we must have an advanced ideal, and that’s communism.

With the speech of the new Southern Tour, Xi Jinping easily intended to give a renewed status to the CCP testament.

During the southern stint, Xi Jinping told everyone an old story that pertained to a composition in the People’s Daily on November 27, 2012, named The Test of Faith. In 1920, Chen Wangdao restated the Manifesto of the Communist Party, his mama formerly serving him rice dumplings and a small dip of brown sugar.” Is Brown Sugar Enough?” He called from outdoors, examined him.” Sweet enough! Sweet enough!” Chen replied.

also when her mama gutted the dishes, she set up that she had dipped essay, not brown sugar.” That was the taste of faith! That is the power of faith!” The composition claimed.

Let’s assume this is a true story. Does the party still have similar translators? I sweat, hearing the story, party members may be allowing Yi Junking, the lately dismissed head of the party’s Central Anthology and Translation Bureau.

scuttlebutt has it that the” three beliefs”, mentioned in the sanctioned report of the 18th Party Congress, were Yi Junking’s invention through an Arab- yuan design called” the design of theoretical exploration and the creation of Marxism”..,

I have heard those who tried to cover him quoted Special achievement, but I wonder how party members would want to have a” taste of faith” next to that- word exposé of pornography, plutocrat, and power?

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