A 40,000-character article, titled “An Objective Evaluation of Xi Jinping,” was published on Jan. 19. according to Chinese-language Da Ji Yuan news.
The article was widespread domestically and worldwide, attracting great attention due to its sensitive political developments.
Many Chinese analysts have given comments on the article.
According to Li Hengqing, a Chinese-American economist, the current time is the so-called gathering of anti-Xi forces when all parties put in their last efforts before the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s) 20th Congress.
Li supposes that the article has released a relatively strong signal. In the past, Xi was widely assumed to be re-elected due to his power. However, there are many variables currently on whether he can be successfully re-elected at the 20th National Congress.
Chen Weijian, the editor-in-chief of “Beijing Spring” and a senior media person from New Zealand, has sorted out Xi Jinping’s aspects in the past ten years.
Chen argues that the article’s comments on Xi are still objective. However, the article’s stance “anti-Xi not anti-communist” is an issue.
Chen supposes that Xi’s position is based on the CCP’s position. Therefore, to replace him, China cannot let Xi be kidnapped. Chen believes that if Xi Jinping is kidnapped, China’s regime will collapse, and the CCP will also collapse.
Chen said that the article’s author wants to replace Xi Jinping with Bo Xilai, but the article’s main point is anti-Xi, not anti-communist.
According to Jiang Weiping, a former Hong Kong-based Wen Wei Po reporter in Dalian, Bo Xilai has always been a two-faced faction in the political arena.
Bo Xilai is an underworld force in his own right. Besides, his fight against the black in Chongqing is just a cover for power infighting and created a lot of unjust cases.
According to Chen Weijian, since the death of Mao Zedong and after Deng Xiaoping’s reform and opening up, people put all their hopes on Deng Xiaoping, who ended up suppressing the people.
Later, people pinned their hopes on Jiang Zemin, who made a fortune by making a mess of China.
The failure continued when putting their hopes on Hu Jintao.
Finally, Xi Jinping showed up. So naturally, they put their hopes on him, hoping that Xi Jinping is loyal.
Furthermore, Xi Zhongxun, Xi’s father, is an official with the spirit of reform and opening up. Therefore, they expected Xi would inherit his father’s ideas of reform and opening up, but it resulted in a return to Mao Zedong’s days.
Chen Weijian argues that if Chinese residents keep putting their hopes on the CCP, the Chinese people’s suffering will not end.
In addition, it is impossible to carry out a thorough reform if the CCP doesn’t step down.
Because the CCP has done so many evil deeds, from the suppression of the counter-revolution, the Cultural Revolution, to the ‘June 4th’ crackdown, the evil does not stop there, but it keeps killing people.
Chen Weijian concludes that people should not have illusions about such a sin-ridden regime.
A Wall Street financial giant, George Soros, also called on the CCP to “change Xi” before the Beijing Winter Olympics.
Soros publicly stated on Jan. 31 that Xi Jinping might not be re-elected at the CCP’s 20th National Congress due to the real estate crisis, the epidemic, enemies within the party, and the decline in the birth rate, which are all negative factors for Xi Jinping.
Chen Weijian supposes that Soros’s perspective is a financier’s perspective, claiming that real estate is a pillar of the Chinese economy. Therefore, if the CCP regime does not change, the entire regime will collapse together with Xi Jinping.