Mexico High-Rank Official, Advises Xi Jinping, Stop Current Anti-Corruption Movement in view of its non-effects.
The latest American “Foreign Policy" Magazine, cited sayings
of Mexican Ex-Ambassador to China Jorge Guajardo,
that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) regime
is entirely built on corruption,so the anti-corruption movement launched by the CCP head Xi Jinping, has no use.He said, he would tell Xi to stop the anti-corruption campaign,and to, “Get used to it, and own up to it."
The article entitled “Ozymandias in Beijing" says,the monocratic regime of the CCP will collapsesooner or later,
and this is the same as the PRI of Mexico ( Institutional Revolutionary Party), which monopolised political resources across Mexico for 71 years.
The PRI had remained in power in Mexico since 1929 up till
year 2000, where during the election faced disastrous defeat.
Guajardo took position of Ambassador to Beijing in 2007,
where eventually he returned to his homeland last year.
He says, living in China is much like living in Mexico
under control of the PRI.
He says, at the time of the 60th anniversary of the CCP
taking to power,
he was invited to attend the celebrations of
The then head of CCP Hu Jintao shouted,
“Long live the CCP!".
It was from this Guajardo recalled his past times
of Mexico under the control of PRI.
At the time PRI took it for granted that they would remain
in power forever.
But in fact the PRI was disastrously defeated in
the year 2000.
Guajardo recalls a 2008 meeting in Beijing between Enrique
Peña Nieto, then a state governor of Mexico,
and an official from China’s Communist Party,
who focused on Latin American affairs.
The Chinese official asked, “Why did the PRI lose power? “
Nieto responded, “The tiredness of the system.
Since we were the only single party in power at the time,
we were blamed for everything."
Guajardo says, currently the CCP is attempting to learn some
lessons from the collapse of Russia’s Communist Party.
They believe the collapse of the Soviet Union
is due to the officials’ corruption,
and that, as long as the strengthening of the anti-
corruption campaign continues, then hopefully the people will trust the CCP again.But from the example of the PRI, no matter how much effort
CCP exhorts into this, the people will never fully trust the CCP.
Beijing political commentator Hua Po:
“The CCP regime has encountered serious crisis.
We can say it is what caused the demise t of the Soviet Union,
it is a very similar situation.
That is to say, the people distrust the ruling party and so are
in constant conflict with it,
and they seriously question the current political regime.
So by their own political gains and advantages,
the rulers have developed themselves into an elite class,
causing serious antagonism between the official
Hua Po also says, from the recent incident of city inspectors
of Changnan City of Zhejiang Province,
whereby they beat the ordinary vendors,
and people’s anger at the death penalty sentence of small business
vendor Xia Junfeng from Shenyang City of Liaoning Province, ,
the antagonism now built up between the government
and people in China, can be seen.
Guajardo gives an example, in the 1985 earthquake of Mexico City,
much like the massive earthquake in Sichuan in 2008,
laid bare the ruling party’s root of all corruption, although the
PRI also undertook the anti-corruption within PRI,
but with no effects.
“I would tell Xi to stop the anti-corruption campaign,"
says Guajardo. “The system is built upon corruption.
Get used to it, own up to it."
Australian Chinese Mainland professor Li Yuanhua:
“Those who understand the CCP’s history
or their fighting for power,
know what the essence of the anti-corruption campaign is about.
The essence of the campaign is to win back
the people’s trust and attack its political enemies.
So the true root of corruption, is impossible to cure.
Because today the number of corrupt CCP officials,
far outweighs the exposed number."
China’s senior legist ( specialist in Law) Zhao Yuanming says,
under the Chinese official field without non-corruptive officials,
the anti-corruption launched by Xi Jinping, merely constrains
the internal official’s actions,
whereby punishing a batch of high-rank and low-rank officials,
yet this is unable to solve any concerns of the people.
Zhao Yuanming: “The key feature of CCP, is to bully
and grab the assets of the people.
So to oppose corruption,actually conflicts with its policies, why?
It is to allow the officials to obtain extra benefits
under such a regime,whereby, remaining the ruling party and maintaining
the current ways of the regime.The extent of the officials corruption, is not of any concern to the leaders as to how many mistresses one has,
but that the official is compliant to the leaders,
then the official will be not punished."
The former Editor of Hebei People’s Broadcast Radio
Zhu Xinxin: “If such an anti-corruption campaign
cannot be secured via the regime’s system,
then it could be said that if anti-corruption is not stopped,
then the corruption is unable to stop too.
The totalitarian regime of CCP must be disintegrated.
Because only when the CCP loses absolute power
and their monocracy ends,does a real anti-corruption campaign begin and thus
able to succeed,and the soil for the corruption can be eradicated
fundamentally and institutionally."
When the case of initiator of “New Citizen Campaign"
Xu Zhiyong was in court this January,
International human rights organization Amnesty International,
gave a statement and denounced the CCP Authorities,
saying, for the sake of maintaining its ruling power, CCP
oppressed those people who exposed their corruption.
This demonstrates that the anti-corruption campaign
is in fact a “false anti-corruption movement".
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