What is the Hidden Meaning behind Xi Jinping’s Remarks?
The Political Bureau of the Chinese regime
had their third group study recently.
Xi Jinping, the general secretary of the Chinese Communist
Party (CCP), presided over the study and stressed that the
Chinese people are afraid of turmoil “and demand stability.
Foreign countries that expect China to surrender
its core interests will be disappointed."
The international media think that Xi Jinping sent out
a “shriller voice" than his predecessor, Hu Jintao.
Analysts point out that Xi’s remarks carry a hidden meaning.
Let’s look at the report.
The CCP mouthpiece Xinhua News Agency reported,
“On the afternoon of January 28,
during the third group study for the Political Bureau,
Xi Jinping stressed the need to adhere to the path of peaceful development,
but must neither give up legitimate rights
nor sacrifice core interests.
No foreign country should expect China
to give up its own core interests or
expect China to bear the harm of losing her sovereignty,
security and development interests.
The British “Financial Times" reported Xi Jinping
seemed to imply that he would hold a tougher stance on the international stage.
The report stressed that Xi Jinping’s intention to implement
a tougher foreign policy caused concerns for many countries.
Particularly, countries that have had territorial disputes
with China in the East China Sea and the South China Sea,
such as Japan, Vietnam and the Philippines.
Hong Kong “Trends" magazine reported at the beginning of
2013, the CCP deputy army level officers were all on leave,
and all branches of the military launched a
new level of combat exercises.
The magazine also revealed that the Central Committee
has formulated strategic principles and policies regarding Diaoyu Islands and the coastal islands.
The CCP intends to resolve the Diaoyu Islands
issue within five years.
Political commentator Lin Zixu said the Diaoyu Islands
as well as territorial disputes in the South China Sea
have intensified the relationships between China
and neighboring countries.
Xi Jinping’s remarks have clarified his position
to the international community.
Political commentator Lin Zixu:
“But, I think there is a hidden purpose.
He may want to use a tough speech to further
establish his authority in the party and military.
In addition, it can also eliminate some of the unwanted
noise and further consolidate his absolute power."
Lin Zixu believes that Xi Jinping would like
the Chinese people to hear his words,
so people would know Xi Jinping is fighting corruption
internally and maintaining sovereignty externally.
Lin Zixu: “However, I think that President Xi Jinping’s
speech was relatively tough, but when implementing it,
it is difficult to have any great impact.
Because the CCP has been riddled with too many
problems to take any more crises and consequently,
Xi Jinping is sitting on this rotten system,
his first job is to keep the CCP alive.
Therefore, the effects of anything he says or
does will be greatly reduced when being implemented."
Tao Hongbo, deputy secretary of Democratic Party in the US,
said that the CCP’s ultimate purpose behind many
of its practices is to maintain its dictatorship.
The CCP has tied up the Chinese people with
its interests regarding the Diaoyu Islands issue.
The CCP attempt to stir up Chinese nationalism
Tao Hongbo: “the Diaoyu Island incident did not happen
today. In fact, it has existed for decades.
But, why has it turned into something so serious.
Mainly it is because the CCP is about to collapse."
On 29th January, Xi Jinping inspected the
armed police force, reported “Xinhua News Agency."
Xi Jinping asked the armed police to be ready
for combat in a moment’s notice.
The armed police should understand the complexity
of the current situation and be ready not only to fight but also to win the war.
Lin Zixu: “This shows that the CCP is facing a crisis
and needs the armed forces to suppress people’s pursuit of democracy and freedom.
To win a war against whom? Do they want to win a war
against the unarmed Chinese people?"
When Xi Jinping visited the armed police force,
he asked the troops be absolutely loyal, absolutely pure, and absolutely reliable.
Observers think that Xi Jinping revealed his worries
over Mainland China’s civil strife.
At the same time, it also reflects the severity
of the infighting within the CCP.