Senior CPC official urges enhanced Marxist study

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  1. W.G.Ewald

    W.G.Ewald Defence Professionals/ DFI member of 2 Defence Professionals

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    Senior CPC official urges enhanced Marxist study - Xinhua | English.news.cn
     
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    Indeed all this new deal has only changed the Chinese to be Greedy forgetting the love for the brethren who are less lucky.

    The Chinese must return to the good love & affection for the peasant & toiling workers.

    China must return to the great guiding principles of The Great Helmsman!
     
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    Looks like they are not happy with enough food, good trade, law and order. They want to return to real 'Marxism' or real 'Maoism' when millions died of lack of food and the gangs of communists thug roamed about 're-educating' people.
     
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    Sounds like Liu Yunshan is angling for more money being shoved to his departments (propaganda and ideological work).
     
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    Did Marx and Engels even think about China, or Asia, or any country outside of Europe?
     
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    Thanks for your suggestions wise man !!
     
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    It is most disgraceful that China has abandoned the very political philosophy that made China what it is today!

    Liu is right, having seen the social chaos that is overtaking China, warning them to return to the way which made China what it is.
     
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    China abandoning its past political philosophy is best thing to happen in China [sorry for the disagreements] this has full potential to bring down the social fabric within China, this is the only hope for the oppressed TIBET and EAST TURKESTAN to break off from Chinese tyranny… I do not see it happening in next couple of years but definitely they are making great progress and in next decade as the labor cost rises and China gets started to undercut by resurgent Vietnam, Philippines and other countries the economic pressure will bring down the evil dragon…
     
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    All Indians need to do is sit tight and watch it happening, just as you guys has always been doing.

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    The CCP person, Liu, has correctly advised China to return to Map's philosophy.

    Mao was a wise man. He realised that the age old, historical way to covert all within the boundaries captured be converted to become a Han Chinese.

    The modern CCP honchos feel that they can convert all to become Han!

    This will be the end and demise of China as we know it.
     
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    Why do you think mass chaos and destablization in China is the best thing to happen in China? Do you care about the Chinese?
     
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    Rule with Iron fist never worked and each time ordinary citizen rose against such tyranny, even mighty Soviets could not stop the collapse with their huge army... China with rising affluence for some and widening gaps between haves and have not are a real candidate for such situation… Earlier China the philosophy was economic equality among all citizens which you do not see nowadays with embracing of capitalistic policies… TIBET and EAST TURKESTAN are left out from the mainstream Chinese population and with a feeling of denied share of the larger pie…

    I do care for the Chinese and in spite of the political difference I do wish China well… Do not forget the Indo China history of 2000 years and feelings of an Indian Dr Kotnis at your difficult time… You back stabbed India in 1962 and now see this sorry state now… I have seen my earlier generation who saw 62, I can tell you with confidence that newer generations of Indian are more hawkish towards China than their parents / grand parents…

    Hope China will someday become Singapore…
     
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    Madam, Why only Indians?
     
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    The consensus seems to be caring for Chinese people, not Chinese government.
     

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