Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan: enemies of the people

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The CCP leadership cored by Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan has become a swarm of ants in heated wok after US President Donald Trump signed the Hong Kong bill into law.

The CCP’s response has been weak so far with its Foreign Ministry saying in a statement that “We urge the United States not to continue going down the wrong path, or China will take countermeasures and the U.S. must bear all the consequences”.

“This Act will only further expose the malicious and hegemonic nature of the United States’ intentions to the Chinese people, including Hong Kong compatriots. And the Chinese people will only stand in greater solidarity. The U.S. attempts are bound to fail,” the statement by Xinhua read.

According to an editorial by the People’s Daily, the Hong Kong garrison of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army has the determination, confidence and ability to fulfill its responsibility endowed by the Basic Law and Garrison Law; and will strongly safeguard Hong Kong’s long-term stability and prosperity, spokesperson of China’s Ministry of National Defense (MOD) said on a Thursday briefing.

Chinese people know that state-media like Xinhua and the People’s Daily as propaganda machines of the CCP regime are actually enemies of the Chinese people because they have always confused right and wrong while covering the eyes of the public.

Although there is a global fight against the CCP by united forces across the globe, the CCP leadership knows fully well that the Americans and Europeans are not their biggest enemies; their biggest enemies are the Chinese people. And their greatest threats are challenges from within the Politburo and the CCP system itself.

People are talking a lot about war these days, but there is little possibility for a global war or massive regional war as the CCP leadership shall be disarmed right after Xi Jinping or Wang Qishan issues orders for missile launches.

On Wednesday, Xi Jinping addresses the opening of a training session for heads of military academies and schools at the National Defense University of the People’s Liberation Army in Beijing.

Truly ready for war, Xi Jinping called for efforts to cultivate a new type of military personnel who are competent, professional and possess both integrity and ability. But there is doubt how many in the lecture hall would listen to what Xi has instructed.

Again, presided over by Xi Jinping, the Political Bureau of the CCP held a meeting Friday to deliberate on a set of work rules for grassroots Party organizations in Party and state departments and another set of trial work rules for grassroots Party organizations in state-owned enterprises. More of his audience would comply in appearance but oppose in heart.

Xi stressed that “no none should be left behind in pursuit of Chinese Dream.” That is a dream most people would now laugh at as being groundless or being only President Xi’s own dream if not nightmare.

These days, Vice President Wang Qishan has come to Guangdong. Publicly he will attend the opening ceremony of the 2019 Imperial Springs International Forum on December first in Guangzhou. But his main purpose is to overlook at the crisis in Hong Kong and look into ways of dealing with the most challenging enemies there.

Hong Kong has been engulfed in anti-government protests for months, but the city’s capital markets have remained an important gateway between China and the world. What Wang Qishan and the rest of the CCP leadership care most may still be the money in the financial hub rather than finding practical solutions to the problems.

Dr. Arthur Waldron, professor of the University of Pennsylvania on China Politics, said with American Thought Leaders early this week, “PRC, the regime in Beijing, is the most evil regime, if we leave aside the Soviet Union, since the 3rd reich.”

Dr. Waldron said to Jan Jekielek of Epoch Times, “What you have in China now is a regime which is improvised and highly disfunctional in terms of finding what is really going on underground or coming up with realistic solutions, coming up with diagnosis what the problems are. This regime knows it is in great peril domestically. One man who was very high up as a senior adviser close to Xi, I encounter, who said to me, Arthur! What the hell are we going to do? Everybody knows the system doesn’t work. We have reached a Sihutong – which I mean a dead-end street, but we don’t know what’s the next step to take. Because this place there are mines everywhere, and if we take a step, we may set off a terrible explosion.”

“Now you have got 7.5 million people, the population of Hong Kong, who call Hong Kong as home, who as we say in America, ‘they hate the guts’, they hate the guts of the Chinese communists. And they are going to go on to hate the guts of the Chinese Communists for the rest of their lives. Because once you killed people, once you carry out the kind of atrocities that they have carried out, they are not forgotten. There was a picture of a fellow who got out of the Polytechnic, very god-faced, blood running down his face, this guy maybe 20 years old. To the day that he dies, he will remember this as absolute formative and what has been formed is an inextinguishable hatred for the Chinese Communist Party.”

“What we are seeing now is a real discovery of our own history of human rights, and the people who are teaching us are the victims in other countries, who say ‘Come on America! Live up to what you say!’ Of all China, I would say the worst rights abuse of any major country in the world today. They have two on-going programs which may or may not fit the legal definition of genocide, but which are very much what you and I would say the two definitions of genocide: This is a country where thousands of people are executed legally. The first is organ harvesting, chiefly from house Christians, Buddhists, now Muslims…The other is the anti-Muslim campaign.”

When President Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act, he said in a statement: “I signed these bills out of respect for President Xi, China, and the people of Hong Kong.  They are being enacted in the hope that Leaders and Representatives of China and Hong Kong will be able to amicably settle their differences leading to long term peace and prosperity for all.”

What Wang Qishan and Xi Jinping want now is definitely not the long term peace and prosperity for all. What they care for most is whether they can live up to the next anniversary of the CCP regime when a public revolt erupts in China.

In recent days, residents in Guangdong’s Maoming City have been protesting against the construction of a huge crematorium in their neighborhood. Angry villagers burned police cars and charged up to a thousand policemen who fired tear gas at them and live bullets in the air. Many were arrested.

Images and messages shared on Wechat were instantly deleted when people wrote, “We finally know why Hong Kongers have come on streets!”

On November 28, the United Front Work Department and Cyberspace Administration jointly held a conference in Beijing to deliver Xi Jinping’s instructions on cyber-security, calling for people from all walks of lives to form into a “concentric circle” to safeguard the cyberspace.

With more of an evil purpose behind legislation, the CCP regime has released a new policy designed to prevent the spread of fake news and misleading videos created using artificial intelligence, otherwise known as deepfakes. The new rule bans the publishing of false information or deepfakes online without proper disclosure that the post in question was created with AI or VR technology. Failure to disclose this is now a criminal offense, the Communist government says.

The rules shall go into effect on January 1st, 2020, and be enforced by the Cyberspace Administration. “With the adoption of new technologies, such as deepfake, in online video and audio industries, there have been risks in using such content to disrupt social order and violate people’s interests, creating political risks and bringing a negative impact to national security and social stability,” the Administration said in a notice to online video hosting websites on Friday.

With the notorious Great Firewall built higher and higher, the CCP are trying all measures they can to cover up the eyes of the people and shut their mouths. They know, and their enemies know that they have done numerous crimes and have plans to continue with more evil.

Both Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan know that they are enemies of the Chinese people as well as people of the world. They are nothing but frightened mice running across the streets.

by Cloudy Seagail

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