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The Fourth Plenary Session of the Chinese Communist Party held an ideological firewall

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(BOXUN)The trade war continued, pork prices rose sharply, Hong Kong’s anti-government demonstrations continued to escalate, and economic growth slowed. All pressures from both home and abroad are concentrated on Chinese leader Xi Jinping. Under heavy pressure this week, the CCP convened the Fourth Plenary Session, which was postponed for nearly a year. From the outside world, the Fourth Plenary Session is the most concentrated meeting in China’s political direction. Because before this CCP held such meetings, there have been some changes in China’s political situation. Some observers in Beijing believe that after the end of this year’s meeting, it is very likely that some policies on the party building system and the reduction of some dissatisfaction will be released.
Ideology is a basic political factor that the CCP is most valued. The upgrade of ideology has reached an unprecedented peak after China entered the Xi Jinping era, including the most basic political goal of strengthening party leadership for universities and enterprises. Earlier, the Chinese leaders had publicly said that the party’s leadership was absolute. This was like the fact that during the Soviet era, Stalin and his aides controlled all the places in the Soviet Union, and the ideological problem became the foundation of all. Now, Chinese leaders seem to see that it is necessary to control the ideology, including the recent release of a high-level citizen’s moral construction plan, which also implies the CCP’s future days. The key politics of ideology issues. Of course, in China’s southern Hong Kong, the conflict here has been going on for months, and there are still no signs of ending. For Hong Kong people, this is the last time the protest and the central government may introduce a more stringent Hong Kong policy. On the eve of the Fourth Plenary Session, Western political scientists said that it is likely that Xi Jinping made an ultimatum to Hong Kong at the Fourth Plenary Session, including adjusting the suppression of domestic public resistance. All along, the Chinese government has been implementing the nationalist education concept for the people for decades. More and more young people are beginning to make some different voices to the society they are in. The authorities also noticed that such a voice is a precursor to the “color revolution” in Western countries. Dissatisfaction and doubts also appeared in the party’s conservatives. Xi Jinping’s drastic anti-corruption campaign touched on the interests of these people. A Beijing official who asked not to be named said that this late meeting is likely to be the most crucial moment for Xi Jinping’s disagreement and division within the party, because the outside world is watching how he handles contradictions at home and abroad. . However, the transfer of social contradictions is no longer the usual means.
The continued decline of China’s economy in the third quarter has brought great anxiety to some foreign commercial companies and venture capital firms, especially since the New York Times’s recent exposure of Deutsche Bank and the CCP’s top-level power transactions has been given to these investors. A shadow cast, some economists expect that if foreign capital enters China less, some industries may be greatly affected. However, the country’s diplomats have called on foreign investors to rest assured that China will always open its doors to foreign investors because it will stimulate further economic growth.
At the end of this meeting, the authorities are likely to continue to upgrade the control of ideology. Such influence has already affected the confidence of foreign investment companies in investing in China, but for now, Chinese leaders have always regarded ideology as the key to all problems. The leadership of the party has become a more profound issue. In recent decades, China has made countless reforms in the field of ideology, including the use of high-tech surveillance systems to improve face recognition technology and the use of large-scale surveillance equipment in the country’s Xinjiang region. It was recorded by these machines and became evidence of political lawsuits. Some Chinese people admit that the 1984 in the famous British political novelist came to China in advance, but some people think that this may accelerate the change of the CCP’s reform and power distribution.
The continued rise of the Great Wall of the Internet has also contributed to the promotion of ideological firewalls to some extent.

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