KEY SHIFTS IN CHINA’S POLITICAL LEADERSHIP. BEIJING VALIDATED ITS WAY TO US-FREE WORLD ORDER

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Key Shifts In China's Political Leadership. Beijing Validated Its Way To US-free World Order

The 20th Communist Party Congress was held in China: more than 2,000 delegates from all over the country attended the meeting. The Party Congress adopted a series of landmark decisions on the further development of Chinese society on the basis of “21st century Marxism with Chinese characteristics”.

The CPC General Secretary Xi Jinping: “People’s security as our ultimate goal, political security as our fundamental task, economic security as our foundation, military, technological, cultural, and social security as important pillars, and international security as a support.”

These broad categories reinforce Xi’s security paradigm, where all challenges are treated as a matter of national security and ideology reigns supreme

Xi Jinping proclaimed the completion of the first centenary goal, namely, achieving a moderately prosperous society, and reiterated the previously outlined two-step strategic plan (2020-2035 and 2035-2049) to transform China into a great modern socialist country—the second centenary goal

Among other changes to the CPC statute were the tasks of transforming the country’s army into one of the strongest in the world, as well as provisions to oppose the independence of Taiwan. For China’s modern political system, this is not just a show of intent, but a clear Party task that must be fulfilled at all costs.

“The Communist Party of China always implements its decisions.”

Accordingly, failure to resolve the Taiwan issue, for example, would be a failure of Party policy, which is unacceptable to the new political leadership. The soft period of Chinese diplomacy is over.

A public demonstration of the new course was the incident with former Party General Secretary Hu Jintao, who was forcibly escorted out of the hall just before the end of the event. The politician only looked around in confusion, but found no support from his colleagues.

 

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Hu Jintao advocated maintaining good relations with the U.S., and was also an opponent of a military solution to the Taiwan issue. Such a former CPC Chairman’s escorting out of the hall is a clear demonstration of the renewed anti-Western foreign policy of Beijing, which, apparently, is ready for any measures, defending its sovereignty and the role of a superpower in the modern world.

Also Premier Li Keqiang, chairman of the National People’s Congress Li Zhanshu, chairman of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Council Wang Yang, and Vice Premier Han Zheng will step down from the CPC Political Bureau.

This is a pluralistic paradigm shift in development and a renewal of the state policy. It is becoming more nationally oriented, ideologized, rigid, and unequivocally anti-American.

https://southfront.org/key-shifts-in-chinas-political-leadership-beijing-validated-its-way-to-us-free-world-order/

 

 

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2 Responses to “KEY SHIFTS IN CHINA’S POLITICAL LEADERSHIP. BEIJING VALIDATED ITS WAY TO US-FREE WORLD ORDER”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    And here the counter narrative.

    https://youtu.be/EEz3a6fUdtY

    China: What Happened to Hu Jintao?
    63,470 views 24 Oct 2022 Just as the Western media spread lies about China before the Communist Party of China’s (CPC) Congress including fabrications about a “coup” that never took place – the Western media is now lying about what happened during the Congress itself – including stories of former Chinese President Hu Jintao being “dragged” out of the event.

    In reality – and by looking at footage of Hu Jintao being escorted in – it is clear that he was frail, ill, and disoriented and his departure from the event was health-related.

    References:

    Reports on China (w/Andy Boreham) – Xi Jinping elected for third term, and what happened to Hu Jintao?!:
    https://youtu .be/O7hrMiLqO-A

  2. Tapestry says:

    The Chinese don’t do loss of face. They’re Asians.