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Here are 20 quotes from Chinese President Xi Jinping regarding stringent requirements for Party members. Most of them, colloquial but harsh, are revealed for the first time. Read them, and you will understand Xi’s zero tolerance on corruption within the Communist Party of China.


**Shirk responsibility? No!


“找省委书记说事。”

1. “Hold the provincial-level Party chiefs accountable.” -Jan 23, 2014

Xi made the remark while urging provincial Party chiefs to rectify the local problems uncovered by central inspection teams and strengthen Party disciplines.


“别想装糊涂、当好人。”

2. “Never dream about feigning innocence and playing a peacemaker. ”- Jan 14, 2014

Xi urged Party and disciplinary committees at all levels to shoulder the responsibility of fighting corruption, warning that officials who turn a blind eye to local graft issues and take a “none–of-my-business” attitude shall be held accountable.


**Never seek illegal economic gains.


“打个哈哈就过去了!”

3. “They just laugh if off!” - May 9, 2014

Xi criticized some officials for squandering public funds. He noted that rules in managing public money should be with the utmost respect and focus.


“小毛病?”

4. “A minor problem?”

Xi warned that the practices of recklessly receiving gifts or sending out bonuses are forms of corruption. Any abuse of power for personal gain should be eradicated.


**Be self-disciplined!


“从我本人做起”

5. “It starts with me.” -Jan 22, 2013

Using himself as an example, Xi demanded China’s top-ranking officials take the lead in implementing the eight-point rules against “extravagance, formalism and bureaucracy."  


“自己不干净,怎么管别人?

6. “Corrupt military officers are unqualified to supervise others.” -July 8, 2013

Xi made the remarks at a meeting of the Central Military Commission, demanding military officials stay clean to set an example for the soldiers.


**Power within the confines of the law.


我看天塌不下来。

7. “The sky won’t fall.” -Sep 26, 2013

Xi used this metaphor to emphasize everything will remain calm when a senior official is caught and punished for breaking the law.


“口无遮拦,毫无顾忌”

8. “Watch your words and toe the Party line.” – Jan 22, 2013

The words were made to urge Party members to govern both their words and actions in the confines of constitutional laws and Party disciplines. No Party members can abuse their powers.


**No such thing as a political umbrella.


“党内不能搞人身依附”

9、“Party members are forbidden to become dependents on higher-level officials.” – Jan 14, 2014

Xi made the remarks in an apparent move to have a zero-tolerance policy on cronyism or sycophancy within the Communist Party of China. Party members should work together on equal terms and never try to obtain higher positions by favoring superior officials.  


“千万不要搞小圈子!”

10.“Never form cliques and factions.” – Sept 23-25, 2013

Xi warned the Party members against using political connections to gain unfair interests. The remarks were made during an inspection visit to Hebei province, North China.


**Don’t seek money-for-position deals.


“有的热衷寻求政治靠山、架‘天线’”

11. “Some Party officials are obsessed with seeking political protection umbrellas and making social connections.” – June 26, 2014


Xi criticized the malpractice of election fraud that involves bribery, manipulation of election rules and ‘sale’ of government official positions.


“保命钱成了买官钱,恶行令人发指!”

12. “It is evil for officials to use poverty-relief fund for higher-position deals.”  


Xi said there were officials who embezzled public social security funds to buy their way into official posts. He described those acts as “outrageously evil” and said officials caught doing those acts should be punished harder.


**Anti-graft campaign never rests.


“不要算这个账!”

13. “Don’t count the bill just yet!” -June 26, 2014

In this remark, Xi showed his determination to continue fighting corruption, asking officials not to count the number of corrupt Party members that have been punished. According to Xi, the fight is on going.


“反腐影响经济、让干部不愿意干事?”

14. “Has anti-corruption move slowed down the economy?”

Xi said it is wrong for people to think that the undergoing anti-corruption policies will shrink consumer demands, and even connect the pressures of the current economic downturn with the increasing number of anti-corruption activities.



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Post time 2015-1-19 16:35:07 |Display all floors
We have to admit, that Mr. Xi is encountering the worst situation about this corruption issue all over the country, insistence is the key.
We all are looking forward to the anti-corruption system established, then our President can have a rest.

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Post time 2015-1-19 21:12:02 |Display all floors
KEEP GO ON !

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Post time 2015-1-19 22:36:46 |Display all floors
seneca Post time: 2015-1-19 22:15
I remain highly underimpressed by his "achievements" and ambition.

Of course, he is somebody and you are a nobody and nobodies are eternal losers   

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Post time 2015-1-20 05:12:27 |Display all floors
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   NEVER AGAIN  !

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Post time 2015-1-20 07:49:47 |Display all floors
good luck....i think the world is watching...

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Post time 2015-1-20 09:29:56 |Display all floors
Corruption exists in every government worldwide.
Only communist governments can work to clean the government of corruption.
After all, capitalism is corruption proceduralized.
Nothing happens in a capitalist system without payouts for favors.

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