President Xi Jinping on Tuesday called on officials, particularly young officials, to maintain a fighting spirit and strengthen their ability to struggle, during the opening ceremony of a training program for young and middle-aged officials at the Party School of the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee.
Xi pointed out that the struggles of the Communist members have always been straight forward against thorny problems and risky challenges.
Xi stressed that struggle is an art that Communist members must be good at. He said, “The spirit of struggle and ability to fight are not in one’s blood from birth; they must be hammered and forged in the process of struggles, furrowed by rain and wind.”
He urges all young Communist cadres to positively join the struggles and become soldiers daring to fight and good at fighting.
Xi said, “It is necessary to develop and maintain a firm spirit, a resolute will and outstanding capabilities to carry out various struggles in their work.”
Xi reminded the officials of both a hard-won historic opportunity and a series of major risks and tests the country faces. He warned of growing complexity of risks and tests which can be “unthinkably challenging,” stressed the long-term nature of various struggles, and called for the courage to fight and the mettle to win.
Xi stressed the importance of Party leadership in carrying out various struggles. He called for absolute determination to fight and overcome any risk or challenge that endangers the Party leadership and the socialist system.
In an abstract of Xi’s remarks by Xinhua of about 1,000 words, the word “struggle” was used 52 times and about 20 other phrases that can be interpreted close to the word “fight”.
This ideology of class struggle is rooted in the criminal mentality of Communism and the Chinese Communist Party by birth and of course it is anti-humanity.
With this understanding, it is easy to learn why Yang Guang, spokesperson of the State Council Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office, has branded the pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong as rioters.
Calling the Hong Kong situation “still grim and complex,” Yang Guang told a press conference on Tuesday that “behaviors of a small number of rioters in Hong Kong constitute violent crimes in any country and region under any legal system, making them thugs in every sense of the word.”
Thus Yang Guang as a young official of the Communist Party has echoed the call of President Xi to behave as a brave soldier “daring to fight and good at fighting”.
“Crimes should be cracked down on with no wiggle room,” Yang said. “In the face of crimes, law enforcement is justice, and safeguarding law is righteousness,” he added.
All dictators in history have thought that they represent justice and righteousness and they are the law themselves.
Another brave soldier of the Party “good at fighting” is of course the Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang who on Tuesday urged the United States to stop using Xinjiang-related issues to interfere in China’s internal affairs.
Geng Shuang made the remarks at a press briefing in response to a question regarding U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s recent comments over China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, saying China has lodged stern representations with the United States.
“We advise certain people in the United States to take off their tinted glasses, abandon their Cold-War mentalities, stop using Xinjiang-related issues to point the finger at China, stop interfering in China’s internal affairs, and work to cement rather than undermine our mutual trust and cooperation,” Geng said.
The world is truly divided. We have thought of ourselves living in the civilized west while the Communists are living in the barbarian side of the globe.
But Communist soldiers Yang Guang, Geng Shuang and their chairman Xi Jingping have thought the opposite way.
What a world of “complexities and challenges”!
By Winnie Troppie