Xi Jinping

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Xi Jinping
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Full Name: Xi Jinping
Alias: Xi Da Da
Big Daddy Xi
Big Xi
Baozi
Commander-in-Chief
Winnie the Pooh
Uncle Xi
Winnie the Flu
Origin: Beijing, China
Occupation: General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (2012 - present)
President of the People's Republic of China (2013 - present)
Chairman of the Central Military Commission (2012-present)
Skills: High intelligence
Control over the media and internet
Power in the goverment
manipulation over the masses
Hobby: Ruling China With an Iron Fist
Guiding public opinion
Jailing and killing his opponents
Committing genocide
Owning the Internet
Commiting War Crimes
Goals: Become Paramount leader of China (succeeded)
Abolish term limits and become Paramount leader-for-life (succeeded)
Expand China's African and Eurasian influence (partly succeeded; ongoing)
Invade Taiwan (ongoing)
Take control of Hong Kong (partly succeeded/failed; ongoing)
Turn China into a superpotence (ongoing)
Take control of Chinese civil society in all aspects (partly succeeded; ongoing)
Suppress Uyghur separatism by destroying Uyghur culture, and reducing Uyghur population

(partly succeeded; ongoing)
Take over the world(Ongoing)
Stay in office power until his death (Ongoing)

Crimes: Discrimination
Crimes against humanity
Tyranny
Oppression
Abuse of power
Corruption
Conspiracy
Mass murder (including child murder)
Censorship
Propaganda
Genocide
Islamophobia
Americophobia
Ethnic cleansing
War crimes
Authoritarianism
Type of Villain: Authoritarian Dictator


The Chinese Dream is about making our country prosperous and strong, revitalizing the nation and bringing a happy life to its people. It is a dream of peace, development, cooperation, and mutual benefit. It has many things in common with all the beautiful dreams, including the American Dream, of people all over the world.
~ Xi Jinping, June 2013

Xi Jinping (born June 15, 1953) is a Chinese strongman and politician serving as General Secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC), President of the People's Republic of China (PRC), and Chairman of the Central Military Commission (CMC). Often described as China's "paramount leader" since 2012, he officially received the title of "core leader" from the CPC in 2016.

As general secretary, Xi holds an ex-officio seat on the Politburo Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China, China's top decision-making body. He is also the first general secretary born after World War II and the establishment of the People's Republic of China.

Biography

The son of Chinese Communist veteran Xi Zhongxun, he was exiled to rural Yanchuan County as a teenager following his father's purge during the Cultural Revolution, and lived in a cave in the village of Liangjiahe, where he worked as the party secretary. After studying at Tsinghua University as a "Worker-Peasant-Soldier student", Xi rose through the ranks politically in China's coastal provinces.

Xi was governor of Fujian from 1999 to 2002, and governor, then party secretary of neighboring Zhejiang from 2002 to 2007. Following the dismissal of the CPC Secretary of Shanghai Chen Liangyu, Xi was transferred to replace him for a brief period in 2007. He joined the Politburo Standing Committee and central secretariat in October 2007, spending the next five years as Chinese paramount leader Hu Jintao's presumed successor. Xi was vice president from 2008 to 2013 and vice-chairman of the Central Military Commission from 2010 to 2012.

Since assuming power, Xi has introduced far-ranging measures to enforce party discipline and to ensure internal unity. His signature anti-corruption campaign has led to the downfall of prominent incumbent and retired Communist Party officials, including members of the Politburo Standing Committee. Described as a Chinese nationalist, he has tightened restrictions over civil society and ideological discourse, advocating internet censorship in China as the concept of "internet sovereignty".

Xi has called for further socialist market economic reforms, for governing according to the law and for strengthening legal institutions, with an emphasis on individual and national aspirations under the slogan "Chinese Dream". He has also championed a more assertive foreign policy, particularly with regard to China-Japan relations, China's claims in the South China Sea, and its role as a leading advocate of free trade and globalization. Xi has sought to expand China's African and Eurasian influence through the Belt and Road Initiative.

Considered the central figure of the fifth generation of leadership of the People's Republic, Xi has significantly centralized institutional power by taking on a wide range of leadership positions, including chairing the newly formed National Security Commission, as well as new steering committees on economic and social reforms, military restructuring and modernization, and the Internet. Said to be one of the most powerful leaders in modern Chinese history, Xi's political thoughts have been written into the party and state constitutions, and under his leadership, the latter was amended to abolish term limits for the presidency.

Due to his accumulation of more power than anyone since Mao Zedong, the significant increase of censorship and mass surveillance, significant deterioration in human rights, the return to a cult of personality and the removal of term limits for the President in 2018 under his rule, Xi Jinping has been called a dictator by many political observers. However, Xi Jinping remains widely popular in China. A YouGov poll released in July 2019 found that 22% of Chinese people list Xi as the person they admire the most.

In 2017, The Economist named him the most powerful person in the world. In 2018, Forbes ranked him as the most powerful and influential person in the world, replacing Russian President Vladimir Putin who had been ranked for five consecutive years.

Beginning in 2017, Xi established re-education camps in Xinjiang in an attempt to suppress extremism, terrorism, and separatism among the Uyghur population of that province. Conditions in these camps are brutal, and some have called them "concentration camps" or "gulags". In 2020 it was reported that under Xi's order's, Uyghur women were forced to use contraceptives, get sterilized and get abortions, while use of contraceptives was actually declining across the rest of China. This caused severe drops in Uyghur birth rates, declining 24 percent from 2019 to 2020. Because of the decline, many have accused Xi of genocide.

Villainy

  • Imprisoning Muslims in concentration camps (this is believed to be an attempt at ethnic cleansing or forced assimilation of the Uyghurs).
  • Forced contraception, sterilization, and abortion of Uyghur women, which constitutes genocide as "imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group".
  • Supporting some Dictators like Rodrigo Duterte, Kim Jong-un, Bashar al-Assad, Mohammed bin Salman, Nicolás Maduro, Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedow, Vladimir Putin, Alexander Lukashenko, Serzh Sargsyan, Ali Khamenei and Nursultan Nazarbayev. He also was friendly with Islam Karimov.
  • Eliminating "bourgeois" concepts of "term limits", allowing himself to be in power for life.
  • Persecuting Falun Gong practitioners even more than his predecessors.
  • Banning innocent media for little to no reason, most infamously banning Winnie The Pooh simply because a child compared the latter to him.
  • Threatening Taiwan repeatedly, claiming "national unification". Though, he never follows through with it.
  • Take control of Hong Kong (possibly due to their status as a free democracy being a threat to his power until July 1st, 2047), claiming "national security".
  • Probably, used his anti-corruption campaign and war on drugs as a way to repress his opponents in party.
  • Threatened to stop supply anti-Coronavirus vax in Ukraine, if its government would support Uyghurs' rights.
  • Has an undue influence in Hollywood, having his men pay off producers so that their content doesn’t hurt his government’s public image.
  • He is similar to the german dictator Adolf Hitler, both are totalitarian dictators, and both committed genocide on ethnic minorities (Hitler with the jews and Xi with the uyghurs), both were war criminals, both are Nazis and they both killed democracy of their countries (Hitler with Germany and Xi with China).
  • During the mandatory quarantine in Shanghai, He had many local community pets euthanized.
  • Like Adolf Hitler he claims that Han chinese are racially superior than other ethnic groups.
  • He also supports anti-semitism by arresting and killing kaifeng jews.
  • He is responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic by allowing planes to leave his country.
  • His government is more like a fascist and looks not communist.

Concentration Camps

People in ReEducation Camp

ReEducation (AKA: Concetration Camps Kinjiang China) is a Labor camp by Xi Jinping. The camps were established in 2017 by the administration of CCP general secretary Xi Jinping.[18] Between 2017 and 2021 operations were led by Chen Quanguo, a CCP Politburo member and committee secretary who led the region's party committee and government.[24][25] The camps are reportedly operated outside the Chinese legal system; many Uyghurs have reportedly been interned without trial and no charges have been levied against them (held in administrative detention).[26][27][28] Local authorities are reportedly holding hundreds of thousands of Uyghurs in these camps as well as members of other ethnic minority groups in China, for the stated purpose of countering extremism and terrorism[29][30] and promoting social integration.[31][32][33]

The internment of Uyghurs and other Turkic Muslims in the camps constitutes the largest-scale arbitrary detention of ethnic and religious minorities since World War II.[34][35][36][37] As of 2020, it was estimated that Chinese authorities may have detained up to 1.8 million people, mostly Uyghurs but also including Kazakhs, Kyrgyz and other ethnic Turkic Muslims, Christians, as well as some foreign citizens including Kazakhstanis, in these secretive internment camps located throughout the region.[38][2]

In May 2018, Randall Schriver, US Assistant Secretary of Defense for Indo-Pacific Security Affairs, said that "at least a million but likely closer to three million citizens" were imprisoned in detention centers, which he described as "concentration camps".[3][4] In August 2018, Gay McDougall, a US representative at the United Nations Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, said that the committee had received many credible reports that 1 million ethnic Uyghurs in China have been held in "re-education camps".[39][40] There have been comparisons between the Xinjiang camps and the Chinese Cultural Revolution.

As Leader of China

Xi Jinping became president of The Peoples Republic of China in 2013 And since then he has built a cult of personality Like Hitler, Stalin and Especially Mao Zedong His Idea of the “Chinese Dream” Involves Chinese Nationalism Authoritarian Rule and an idea similar to that of German Nazism and Italian Fascism, and the idea of “reunification” with Taiwan he also has ethno-nationalistic Ideas like the fact the Han Chinese are racially superior than other ethnic groups in China and as a “Peoples war on terrorism” promotes the idea of Islamophobia and Ethnic Clensing of the Uyghur people (a Turkic people who have lived in Xinjang for Thousands of Years. He also promotes persecuting Christians and Jewish peoples. Xi also Attempted to “Reclaim” Land from India (which didn’t work out as planed)

his Government has became More authoritarian and Dictatorial as he proclaimed himself As “Primer for Life” Which essentially makes him a dictator, He also Commited many crimes against humanity against Other people, and commited many human rights offenses like mass censorship on media that criticizes him and turned china into a surveillance state and introduced a Social credit system in 2014(basically if anyone is loyal they get rewarded and disloyal punished severely) his influence has prevented him from getting punished by other countries and even influenced international businesses like Disney and Warner Brothers, his crimes against humanity have not been revealed in china but outside the country many people see him as a ruthless tyrant who goes against democracy and Freedom

He is Allies with Russias Vladimir Putin and North Koreas Kim Jong Un. Despite His Genocide on Muslim minorities he has support from many Muslim countries like Saudi Arabia and Iran, he also has plans to invade Taiwan, and when the 2019 Hong Kong Protests began Xi Jinping ordered his men to shut down the protests with Lethal Force he claimed the protests where Riots (though there were riots not all the protests were violent) and of 2020 Blames western Nations for the Covid-19 Pandemic (though it was his Policies that led to the Pandemic, as of 2022 he is still in power and plans to take Taiwan and many other Countries.

Coronavirus lockdown in 2022

a Image from the "0-Covid" policy

China claimed in 2021 that they are the first to regulate from Covid-19. However, its completely false. Many people are trying to escape China due to extreme lockdown measures all across China. The "Hospitals" looks more like concetration camps. Some People litteraly Wear look-a-like Hazmat suits. While we are getting back to normal, they are in extreme lockdown. People cannot get in or out of Beijin without Xi's permission. The worst of them all is that its like this since 2020. Nearly every province has recorded infections in recent days, leaving some 60 million residents locked down. Weariness is growing by the day as the restrictions go on seemingly without end. The number of infections remains relatively small, with about 1,500 new cases on Sunday. Yet some 60 million people across China are facing partial or full lockdowns, according to Chinese media, from Chengdu to the southern economic powerhouse of Shenzhen to the oil-producing city of Daqing near Russia.