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李华平p: Xi’s Power Rush

2014年07月01日 综合新闻 ⁄ 共 1929字 ⁄ 字号 暂无评论

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Xi Jinping: Rush for Officer Caps

From the beginning of 2014, Xi Jinping started to put on official titles for himself in an eye -dazzling frequency, confused and dazzled people in both China and abroad while attracting  wonders, query, and ridicules from the whole world. People comments, does Xi want to start some kind of revolution or reforms? But still, even though he does aim for a revolution, his “high concentration” of power make no sense.

First, if the central governors want to start a reform, the first thing they should do is to build up consensus.(By the way, in current circumstance of China, the only reform that can, and should, conduct is toward democracy.) The Reform will not begin with a “said so” from the conference Compere of Politburo Standing Committee, nor from a compere who later became a dictator. Secondly, before dictator Xi put on more ranks and Caps upon his shoulder and head, isn’t him already “powerful”? His positions is more than enough even before the “rush”; there were at least six: the chairman of China, the president of military commission, the general secretary, the group leader of committee over Taiwan Affairs, the group leader of finance/treasury office, the team leader of central committee and foreign affair/ national security office. That Chairman Xi ignored the suspicion of spectators and scrambled for the Officer Caps he can obtain. Like jugglers with funny hats and bowls spin on their head, Xi stuck piles of titles upon his shoulders. However, what are Xi’s motives for the “power rush”? I believe he is afraid. Chairman Xi is not an inherent leader with extraordinary capacity; instead, he is a scoundrel who possessed huge ambition but little talents --- an incapable guy get hold of the power stick. Yet, such a moronic person had a dream of an imperial emperor which was---and is--- a ridicules idea, but oddly, it is a reasonable justification for his Power Rush. After all, Xi knew that there are more capable ones out there waiting to kick him off the throne. For the sake of rainy days and the fear of the Premier Li Keqiang’ advantage in the politburo standing committee, old man Xi scramble with his life to grasp the slippery power and play edge balls of collective leadership. This is why he robbed every titles and Caps within his view.

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