The problems in this issue have far more entanglements than can be covered here now. However, comment must be made on, “Quoting Chairman Mao Zedong, the founder of modern China, ‘Our principle is that the party commands the guns, and the guns must never be allowed to command the party.'” Mao also said, “Power comes out of the barrel of a gun.” About 40 million Chinese died from the barrels of his guns. For the party. Whom did the party represent? Power control freak Chairman Mao and a few associates (all in fear for their lives.)
August 2, 2017
Beijing — As tensions continue to rise — and accelerate— over North Korea and its missile program, China’s President Xi Jinping gave his highly anticipated speech at the 90th-anniversary celebration of the founding of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) on Tuesday.
In his speech, presented at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, Xi outlined strategies to continue China’s societal advancement, emphasized loyalty to the governing Communist Party of China (CPC), and praised the modernization of the country’s military.
But it was Xi’s other remarks on China’s military that held the most significance for other players in the region. Xi made it clear Tuesday that while China seeks only to peacefully develop its own national interests, the armed forces stand ready, willing, and able to beat…
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