“BEIJING, April 30 (Xinhua) — Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday called on the country’s young people to be patriotic and strive for the bright prospect of national rejuvenation.
Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks at a gathering held at the Great Hall of the People to mark the centenary of the May Fourth Movement.
Xi said the May Fourth Movement gave birth to the great spirit centered on patriotism, progress, democracy and science, with patriotism at the core.
“As long as the banner of patriotism is being held high, the Chinese people can unleash great powers in the endeavors to transform China and the world,” Xi said.
The essence of patriotism is having unified love for the country, the Party and socialism, Xi added, urging young Chinese to follow the instructions and guidance of the Party, and remain dedicated to the country and the people.
Young people are also urged to establish belief in Marxism, faith in socialism with Chinese characteristics, as well as confidence in the Chinese Dream of national rejuvenation.
Xi said young people always play a vanguard role in realizing national rejuvenation.
In the new era, the theme and direction of Chinese youth movement and the mission of Chinese young people, Xi said, are to uphold the leadership of the CPC, and work along with the people to realize the two centenary goals and the Chinese Dream of national rejuvenation.
Xi said Chinese youth of the new era should bear their responsibilities of the times and carry on the spirit of arduous struggle.
He urged them to hone abilities and nurture fine morality.
Xi also encouraged young people to not only care about their family and country, but also have concerns for humanity. …”
I’ve already explained how I don’t see my friend Wenbo who is studying for his mathematics degree at Auburn University as my enemy. I’m happy for Wenbo who will do great things in the field of automation, robotics and AI after graduating and returning to China.
“Chinese Communist Party leader Xi Jinping commemorated the centennial anniversary of China’s May Fourth Movement this week by telling Chinese youth that patriotism, nationalism, and socialism are inseparable.”
“Socialism with Chinese characteristics” is a catchphrase Xi and his followers have invented to excuse his authoritarianism and a technocratic system of government-controlled but privately owned enterprise that frankly resembles fascism more than classical Marxism by treating it as a Chinese cultural phenomenon that cannot be fairly criticized by anyone beyond the borders of mainland China. …”
The Chinese have made Great Helmsman Xi Jinping their President-For-Life. They have banned hip hop, tattoos and degenerate culture from television. They recently landed a rover on the dark side of the moon while the probe sent by Israel crashed into the moon. They are continuing to kill Blompf in trade as the trade deficit with China has hit a record high.
The New York Times recently ran a whole series of articles on China which sought to explain to arrogant American liberals why the Chinese tortoise had failed to fail and had refuted all conservative and lolbertarian predictions about how Western liberal democracy and free-market capitalism represented the “end of history” and boasts about how “capitalism has defeated socialism.”
I’ve always admired China.
I see parallels between how China, which is a great nation and one of the world’s ancient civilizations, was victimized and underdeveloped by Western imperialism. Similarly, I see parallels between China’s triumph over poverty and our own triumph over poverty and underdevelopment here in the American South after the War Between the States. Dixie is also an authoritarian social conservative nation.
The Chinese should be congratulated for rejecting the stupid antiquated Yankee system of liberalism that we are burdened with in the United States which has made our government and culture utterly dysfunctional and ill suited to meeting the challenges of the 21st century. While the Chinese are seizing on the new technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and building massive infrastructure projects like high speed bullet trains to develop their economy, Americans are arguing about whether transsexuals should serve in the military and the Russia conspiracy hoax.
Unless there is a dramatic change in Washington, the United States under the MIGA oligarchy is on track to becoming the laughingstock of the world within 20 years. Who do you think is going to be the first superpower to build a 21st century economy? Who is going to build infrastructure around the world and develop a network of international alliances? Is diversity a strength or weakness?
Blompf has alienated the entire world outside of Israel and can’t even manage build a single mile of border wall. It is so bad he can’t even push Syria or Venezuela around anymore. What’s more, the more the bankrupt Washington establishment lashes out abroad with neocon regime change stunts the more it will draw attention its own receding international leadership role.