Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1429-W1029



Release Date: November 20, 2021



Topic: Is the Sixth Plenary Session of the CCP 19th Congress Really That Satisfactory for Xi Jinping? -- Wei Jingsheng 

标题:习近平的六中全会真的那么如意吗? -- 魏京生


Original Language Version: Chinese (Chinese version at the end)



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Is the Sixth Plenary Session of the CCP 19th Congress Really That Satisfactory for Xi Jinping?

-- Wei Jingsheng



After the Sixth Plenary Session of the 19th Congress of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), foreign media generally commented that Xi Jinping won a big victory and completed more comprehensive control, thus there is no suspense about his emperor dream to be realized at the CCP 20th National Congress next year, and so on.  Like previous predictions, it proves that these commentators have consistently scribbled on Chinese affairs and only study its surface without a deep understanding.


As a matter of fact, before and after the Sixth Plenary Session, Xi Jinping obtained if not the only, then one of the major compromises within the CCP, which was to issue a joint declaration with the United States at the Climate Conference.  This has cooled down the wolf worrier diplomacy that has failed for many years, which not only resulted in a compromise to the fierce internal public opinion, but also gave the Biden administration in the USA some face.  It also received a kind response from the White House, which can be said to gain a point.


As for whether it can coexist peacefully with the international community that is not a question for the CCP to fulfill as a promise.  People do not even care that much if Xi praises himself and belittles previous CCP leaders.  Anyway, fairness is in the hearts of the people.  As the whole China, even whole CCP scold at him, the issue cannot be concealed by bragging.  Although they give Xi a face on these vain questions, the contention is about substantive issues.


The first substantive issue is the energy issue.  Immediately after the 6th Plenary Session, there was criticism from the Mainland media that it was necessary to seek truth from facts in achieving the goal of carbon reduction, while remembering the lessons of the Great Leap Forward and the People’s Commune.  To translate: Don’t be fooled like Mao Zedong when he listens to the flattering scientists.  When Mao’s head got hot, he believed one Chinese acre (one Chinese acre is about 1/6 of a US acre) could produce tens of thousands Chinese pounds of food (one Chinese pound is ½ kilogram).  Xi’s dictatorship is not so wise.  Closing coal mines in China has led to power cuts with limited electricity, which has seriously affected the economy in China and Chinese people's livelihood.  This criticism is so powerful that Xi can only be speechless.


Even God would not cooperate with Xi’s wise misjudgment.  This winter came early, with heavy snowfall in the north already.  The emergency opening of closed coal mines has not been so fast, and temporary import orders have not been so timely.  The ordinary Chinese and the members of the CCP Central Committee have greatly experienced this wise decision of Emperor Xi.  The anti-Xi officials don’t have to laugh from behind, but can attack in front of his face, so that Xi really loses his face.  This is the so-called complete victory described by the foreign media, and even the so-called foundation for enthronement.


Is Xi Jinping smart?  Winning in the internal fight shows that he is not stupid.  But during the tide when the slogans of the leaders of major powers are slogans, and subsidies go to subsidies, Xi foolishly shuts down coal mines in China.  This shows that his cleverness does not cover where needed.  He is outstanding at infighting, but poor in governing, to the degree it can even be said to be mentally handicapped.  While the others were shouting slogans at the conference, they urged the world to increase energy production to ensure their economy.  This is called a duck paddling, as the movement is underwater only.  Or like the Prime Minister of India, who only agreed to reduce carbon when he was offered a trillion dollars in aid.  When Xi shut down coal mines in China for self-harm, no one even praised him for being foolish.


One can tell the autumn from a single leaf.  It is without a doubt that Emperor Xi’s dream ran into obstacles at this 6th Plenary Session.  This is obvious since the communiqué did not mention the term of office.  The last time Xi revised the Chinese Constitution for the president of the country he established an indefinite presidency.  This time around, he did not establish the infinite term for the CCP Secretary-General, which indicates that the struggle following will be even more cruel.  Xi may not be able to win in the game with reason, so he has to wipe out his opponents in a physical struggle.


In the past, Mao Zedong used a physical cleanup, plus scaring their courage to clean up his opponents, and thus completed his personal dictatorship.  Although Xi Jinping is a master of internal fighting and thick black theory, time will not wait for him, and the decisive battle will be taken in less than one year (at the 20th CCP Congress).  His choices are not so many.  Physical removal and torture, coupled with hostages and other methods, are just a great revival of the ancient tradition of autocracy.


But now the problem comes again.  Does Xi have the prestige and methods of Mao Zedong and Wu Zetian (the de facto ruler of the Tang dynasty)?  This is uncertain.  What is certain is that there are not many useful mediocrity around Xi, besides for bragging and flattering.  It is reported that his wife is also ready to go into politics to help her husband who failed.  She was from the artistic circles as well, so she cannot be worse than Jiang Qing (Mao’s wife who was an actress), right?


Even if she is the reincarnation of Jiang Qing, it will be hard as her husband is not as strong a man (as Mao Zedong).  Without the Shangfang Sword of State (representing the power of the emperor) in her hand, can she beat these old bureaucrats?  Still not certain.  What is certain is that the business of Qincheng Prison (which locks up especially high CCP officials) will be very prosperous.  So just as well to plan ahead and apply for capital to expand it now.



(This English version is translated by Ciping HUANG, without any compensation.  Wei Jingsheng and the Wei Jingsheng Foundation appreciate her decades of contribution, especially for allowing the use and distribution of her translations of these commentaries.)


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(Written on November 13 and recorded on November 14, 2021.  Broadcasted by Radio Free Asia on November 15, 2021.)



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Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article: A1429-W1029



Release Date: November 20, 2021



Topic: Is the Sixth Plenary Session of the CCP 19th Congress Really That Satisfactory for Xi Jinping? -- Wei Jingsheng 

标题:习近平的六中全会真的那么如意吗? -- 魏京生


Original Language Version: Chinese (Chinese version at the end)









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