Chinese State Media Advocate ‘Struggle’ in Support of Xi Jinping

The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) state-run media ran editorials one after another to advocate “struggle,” shortly after Chinese leader Xi Jinping required communist cadres to “stick to principles and dare to struggle.” In addition, the recent media reports on actions taken to control floods—considered as political achievements in China—completely ignored former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin and praised Xi—an unusual move that is drastically different from previous reporting. On Sept. 1, Xi attended the opening ceremony of the “Young and Middle-aged Cadres Training Course” at the Central Party School and delivered a speech—demanding that young cadres must be loyal and dare to fight. Xi admitted that China is currently undergoing major changes unseen in a century, and the CCP is facing more and more risks and challenges. He told trainees not to expect an easy life, but instead get ready to struggle. Then, on Sept 5, People’s Daily, the CCP’s major …

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