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China strengthens military inspections targeting corruption

Xinhua | 2013-10-29 19:54:03
By Agencies

China's Central Military Commission (CMC) on Tuesday issued documents ordering strengthened military inspections in order to unearth corruption and irregularities.

Approved by President and CMC Chairman Xi Jinping, the documents detail rules for the People's Liberation Army to establish inspection systems and norms in order to supervise the army.

The inspection work should "discover, reflect and resolve problems," especially those that are most focused upon the leadership and the subject of most complaints by soldiers and officers, as well as those "in sensitive areas susceptible to corruption," the documents say.

Referring to the need to target both senior and low-ranking officers, the documents say that "both tigers and flies should be chased down" and that inspectors should "shock and awe" corrupt figures.

Implementation of the Communist Party of China's guidelines and policies, as well as the Party's and the CMC's resolutions, orders and instructions and officials' selection are major areas under supervision, they add.





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Xi gets high marks on this move!  The best way to prepare for the inevitable showdown with Japan is to clean China's military of corrupt officials.  Muscles and bones that are injured can be healed.  But those that have been irreversibly rotted with gangrene can only be amputated.  There is no need for vindictiveness, but discipline and strength cannot be restored without first removing the rot.

Corruption of the military was the cause of the defeat of China at the Yellow Sea in the First Sino-Japanese War.  China entered the war with better ships and more ammunition, but because of corruption, ended up with fewer ships in action, and less ammo to fight with.  It was a self-inflicted disaster of historic proportions.  Those who do not know history are condemned to repeat it.

The present Chinese leadership is correcting this mistake in preparation for the final showdown with the betenoir of the Far East.



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abramicus Post time: 2013-10-30 11:43
Xi gets high marks on this move!  The best way to prepare for the inevitable showdown with Japan is  ...




China's most wary and dangerous enemies are within herself!
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Excerpt:   China strengthens military inspections targeting corruption

The inspection work should "discover, reflect and resolve problems," especially those that are most focused upon the leadership and the subject of most complaints by soldiers and officers, as well as those "in sensitive areas susceptible to corruption," the documents say.


At times like this, when China is facing an immenient war with Japan and with tension ratcheting higher each day, China should also strengthen inspections on its media toput in check corruption and more importantly, sabotage from unfriendly elements from within, as is been wisely and timely pointed out and reminded by  'abramicus'  that.....
  在这样的时候,中国正面临着时,一个迫在眉睫的战争与日本,与紧张棘轮行为越高的每一天,
中国也应该加强巡查,关于它的媒体,来消除,
的腐败和更重要的是也是破坏活动由不友好的元素从内部,如聪明地和及时,指出了和提醒,由
'abramicus'说明.....



Corruption of the military was the cause of the defeat of China at the Yellow Sea in the First Sino-Japanese War. China entered the war with better ships and more ammunition, but because of corruption, ended up with fewer ships in action, and less ammo to fight with.  It was a self-inflicted disaster of historic proportions.  Those who do not know history are condemned to repeat it.

Indeed, "Those, who do not know history are condemned to repeat it.". China's victory in the next war depends conclusively and decisively by not allowing its histrory to be repeated, at all costs! China should not allow its own media to be used as a platform by foreign 'parasities' (see the caterpillar) to spread misinformations, to destroy and to kill the nation from within, eventually! The military intelligence should in earnest follow and investigate all leads of a sabotage nature, like the one shown below.....

  事实上,“那些不知道历史的人人注定要重蹈覆辙。”中国在未来战争中的胜利,完全取决于,和果断,
不让历史重复不惜任何代价!
中国不应该允许自己的媒体,作为一个平台,
通过国外'寄生虫'(见毛毛虫)于传播,误报,于,销毁和杀民族,从内最终会!
军事情报部门,应认真,调查所有线索,
一个破坏活动性质,像一个如下所示的.....


Stand up to China today, or pay dearly tomorrow

By Peter Foster World Last updated: June 7th, 2011

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Yesterday 08:05 PM Daily Telegraph


China has about 15% of the US military power, never mind the rest of the West. Any confrontation held in the next few years ends in humiliating defeat for China. After that, it's anyone's guess. I presume the West will do what it always does and allow China to grow dangerously powerful and equalising the situation before dealing with it.

I hope the present Chinese leadership and the PLA will not allow its history to be repeated, that the Chinese be made to walk on bended knees once again!

  我希望中国的领导,和解放军将不允许历史,以重复中国人,会被迫走路再次上的他们的的膝盖!


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