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Will the Sixth Plenum of the Communist Party of China affect the world situation?Foreign media focus on three sensitive issues

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[Voice of Hope November 8, 2021](Comprehensive report by our reporter He Jingtian)The Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China met in Beijing from November 8th to 11th. At today’s (November 8) meeting, Xi Jinping has already made an explanation on the third historical resolution discussion draft of the CCP. Foreign media have paid special attention to sensitive issues such as the impact of Xi Jinping’s re-election on the world order, especially the relationship between the Taiwan Straits, the historical positioning of Xi Jinping may become the end of the CCP’s history, and the trend of CCP policy.

From November 8th to 11th, the Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China met. Bloomberg reported that Xi Jinping would break the precedent and win his third term.

According to a Bloomberg report, China‘s population accounts for one-fifth of the world‘s total population. If the current CCP leader Xi Jinping is in power for life, it will have a huge impact on China and the world order. Xi Jinping intends to redistribute national wealth in the name of “common prosperity”. In July of this year, this “common prosperity” movement reduced the global market value of Chinese stocks by about 1 trillion U.S. dollars, affecting couriers and tutors. The industries where everyone from tech giants and celebrities are located have had a significant impact on global investors.

Bloomberg reported that with the issuance of the third historic resolution of the CCP, Xi Jinping is expected to let go of his political activities next year, introduce more economic policies, and fight back on trade, CCP virus traceability investigations, and the Taiwan issue. America. In July this year, Xi Jinping stated that placing Taiwan under the control of the CCP is a “historical mission.”

Bloomberg reported that if it is resolved by force, the move may lead to war between Washington and Beijing.

The Voice of America reported on November 8th that historian Song Yongyi stated that Xi Jinping abolished the tenure system of the Chinese Communist Party leaders through constitutional amendments. Now he is leading the concoction of new historical resolutions in order to become a lifelong leader, which may bring to the existing world order. With serious consequences, Xi Jinping thinks he can lead the world and may repeat the mistakes of French Emperor Napoleon III.

Song Yongyi believes that Xi Jinping’s personal ambitions have swelled and he wants to be the leader of the “world revolution”. He is likely to destroy the existing world order. It is hard to say whether he will launch a war, but the Communist Party started a violent revolution, and the danger of war has definitely increased. Instead of lowering it,

Song Yongyi said that Xi Jinping did not deny the CCP before and after (two 30 years). So, is Xi Jinping’s strategic goal to undermine the existing international order, especially the Taiwan Strait: “Is he going to fight to build his so-called great achievements? This is all doubtful”

Li Nanyang, the daughter of the late Chinese Communist Party history expert Li Rui and a visiting researcher at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University, also told VOA that Xi Jinping is likely to do what Mao Zedong failed to do, attack Taiwan and contribute to his mediocre performance. Add points.

The end of CCP history

The New York Times reported on November 8 that “The CCP will issue the third “Historical Resolution”, Xi Jinping reinterprets party history to consolidate its position”, stating that Xi Jinping’s resolution will regard the CCP’s century-old history as “heroic sacrifice” and “success.” The story of is presented to the Chinese people. The Chinese Communist Party media has emphasized this in a series of preliminary reports. The painful periods of the Great Famine and political cleansing will be further downplayed.

Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik, a retired professor at the University of Vienna who studies how the CCP uses history, said the new resolution may praise Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping at the same time, to show that Xi Jinping is the one who gives the correct answers to the CCP’s problems.

Professor Wei Green said that Xi Jinping might condense what he considered “positive” Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping.

Professor Wei Greene judged, “The end of China‘s own history is Xi Jinping. He has reached an unsurpassed height.”

Xi Jinping will follow Mao and Deng to continue to consolidate the CCP’s power monopoly

Bloomberg reported that as the last major meeting in the CCP’s five-year political cycle, the Sixth Plenary Session of the Central Committee is to some extent more important than other meetings. According to a report by the Chinese Communist Party’s official Xinhua News Agency, the Politburo of the Communist Party of China Central Committee reviewed a draft resolution on “100-year history of the Communist Party of China” in October, but did not elaborate.

In the history of the Communist Party of China, only Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping have written so-called historic resolutions. Both Mao and Deng’s historic resolutions were made at critical moments of the CCP, which enabled Mao and Deng to dominate the CCP’s politics before they died. If Xi Jinping can issue his own resolution, this will not only bring Xi Jinping and Mao Deng side by side, but it may also indicate that China is undergoing tremendous changes.

The Bloomberg report explained that the CCP’s historical resolutions appear to be long and boring texts written in clunky CCP internal language, but in reality, they are the CCP’s ultimate power struggle.

When Mao Zedong issued his historical resolution in 1945, the struggle for leadership within the CCP was still entangled. This historical resolution of Mao established Mao’s position and cleared the way for Mao’s personal-led rule.

In 1981, when Deng issued the resolution document, the CCP was facing another power struggle after Mao’s death four years ago. In the document, Deng condemned the chaos caused by Mao’s Cultural Revolution, but he did not completely deny Mao, but instead ensured Deng’s position in leading the political direction of the Chinese Communist Party.

Regarding the formation of the CCP’s historical resolution text, Professor Wu Guoguang of the University of Victoria in Canada stated that the process of writing CCP documents is a process by which elites in the CCP build consensus. Deng has solicited the opinions of more than 4,000 cadres on the resolution. The Chinese Communist Party’s official media reported that Xi Jinping is currently introducing his resolution to key figures outside the party.

Nonetheless, Wu Guoguang stated that the top leader of the Chinese Communist Party is always able to control the final text narrative. Wu Guoguang believes that “Xi Jinping absolutely dominated the formation of the third historical resolution. He is imposing his own views and becoming a framework for the party’s elite to reach consensus.”

The Bloomberg report believes that, based on the signs shown by reports from the Chinese Communist Party’s official media, Xi Jinping may fabricate a century-old success story, cover up the failure and outline his vision for a modern Marxist society. To create a sustained success story requires both accepting the contradictory policies of Mao and Deng and proposing their own ideology as the next natural step. Although critics believe that Xi Jinping’s approach is returning to the cult of personality.

Wu Guoguang pointed out that it seems illogical to confuse Mao and Deng, and this is just a trick to play with CCP politics. Xi Jinping is changing many of Deng’s policies, but he will certainly follow Mao and Deng at the same time, which is to consolidate the CCP’s monopoly of power in China.

Editor in charge: Lin Li

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