China’s leader Xi Jinping delivered a warning to the world during a nationalist speech on Tuesday. The Communist nation is apparently ready for war to regain its rightful place in the world. In addition, Xi warned that attempts to divide China are doomed to fail and that the countries, organizations, and people seeking to do so would be “punished by history.”
Xi Jinping the President of China has paved the way for a Mao-like dominance over the 1.79 billion people that reside in the Asian nation. Mr. Jinping has set forth the ability to rule for life, just as the infamous Mao Zedong once did. Further, the Communist Leader has set in stone restrictive regulations that nearly disallow the practice of religious beliefs within the nation.
On Tuesday, March 20th, 2018 Xi Jinping addressed the closing meeting of the first session of the 13th National People’s Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing with blistering warnings to the world, that attempts to divide China will be met with punishment by history and that they are doomed to fail.
“All acts and tricks to separate the country are doomed to fail and will be condemned by the people and punished by history,” Mr. Xi told nearly 3,000 delegates assembled at the imposing Great Hall of the People facing Tiananmen Square.
In addition to the warnings delivered, the Chinese President addressed concerns over the ambitious global projects by the Communist government, stating that they “will not pose a threat to any country.” Moments later, Xi then stated that “only those who are accustomed to threatening others will see everyone as a threat.”
However, the ambitious Communist government is looking to revive and advance its ancient Silk Road, a massive global trade infrastructure initiative. Furthermore, by mid-century China also plans to have built a “world-class” military, which is raising concerns over just how China would plan to utilize such forces.
Xi Jinping further declared his vision of realizing the “rejuvenation of the Chinese nation” – the “greatest dream” of the world’s second-largest economy.
“The Chinese people have been indomitable and persistent, we have the spirit of fighting the bloody battle against our enemies to the bitter end,” he said.
Xi Jinping further stated that “history has already proven and will continue to prove that only socialism can save China.” To aid in the implementation of such, in November of 2017, The Christian Journal reported that to further indoctrinate the citizenry of China, Xi Jinping created an ordinance that disallowed ‘Religious Imagery’ to be displayed in the center room of a Chinese citizens home.
According to a social media account in Jiangxi province’s Yugan county, villagers are being made to remove the 624 posters showing Christian religious sayings and images, in order to replace them with 453 images of Xi. The alarming act is a stark reminder of a China under Mao Zedong, whose picture was in every Chinese citizens’ home, in place of religious sayings and images.
Unbeknownst to some, China is home to nearly 100 million Christians all of which are subject to intense censorship, imprisonment, and persecution because of their faith. Officially the communist party is declared atheist, however, early on in the 21st century, China was more open and was beginning to utilize the country’s constitution, but in recent years, since 2013, China has closed its doors to outside influence, particularly Western influence. Continue Reading – Nationwide Crackdown on Churches, Forcing ‘Ignorant Christians’ To Replace Jesus With Xi Jinping
In doing such, the communist nation is attempting to replace religion and faith with ‘belief in the party’ creating a stark reminder of the brutal time period which saw hundreds of millions dead around the world because of the communist party line.
Creating a cult-like belief in a man spells dire consequences for any nation that seeks to create a deity out of their leader or their party, history has displayed what takes place when such things happen.
Xi further stated that; “The Communist Party is the supreme political leadership of the country and the fundamental guarantee to achieve the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation.”