In his latest remarks, the Chinese leader said the world was experiencing “profound change not seen for a century.”
That’s war talk. You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.
China’s Xi Jinping Says Soon No Enemy Will Be Able to Defeat the Country
By John Feng, Newsweek, May 2021:
China can be undefeatable in a world mired in political turmoil, as long as it is self-reliant and balances its relationship with the outside world, Xi Jinping told Communist Party cadres in January.
His 10,000-word speech, given just five days after the Capitol Riots in the U.S., were published by the party’s bimonthly theoretical journal Qiushi last Friday.
In his remarks titled “Seizing a New Development Stage, Implementing a New Development Philosophy and Constructing a New Development paradigm,” the Chinese leader said the world was experiencing “profound change not seen for a century.”
China, Xi alluded, has the right leadership and government to capitalize on the “enormous and unprecedented” opportunities and challenges facing the country’s development. There would be more opportunities than challenges, he predicted.
“The world today can be characterized by one feature—’turmoil’—and this trend is likely to continue,” Xi told officials at the Central Party School on January 11.
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Author: Pamela Geller
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