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So real, in fact, that Western media have taken pains to try to marginalize it as inadequate because the government has not implemented an independent judiciary, public asset disclosure and a free media. Contrary to these allegations, the government has been ferreting out unfair and corrupt judges, hidden assets that corrupt officials cannot be expected to disclose regardless of any public asset disclosure regulation, and allowing the press to report on graft and corruption, or how else would the Western media know of it?|
One of Xi's legacy to China will be a squeaky clean government, like the one Lee Kuan Yew left Singapore with, except on a scale that is a million times greater.
Rather than belittling the gargantuan gains that Xi has made in ridding China of corruption, in the name of free speech, that when unbridled in extent spills over into sedition and subversion, which is the real aim of its outside proponents, Western media should be cheering Xi on, in creating an alternative society where anarchy masquerading as freedom does not have to be accepted as a social norm, and where peace and order obtains when rules are strictly applied regardless of power and wealth.
An alternative to anarchy, ala Libya? No way, the Western media insists.
But, what else can they say, given their own limited freedom to speak the truth about the ethical and social achievements of modern China?