Much butt-hurt emanating
from Sulzberger's Slimes and the rest of the Piranha Press over the Chinese government's decision to scrap the two-term limit
(5 years per term) for its appointed President, Xi Jinping. The tsunami of condemnation from the great and the good who occupy the high places of "the free world" ™ has been so intense, that it only took hours
after the announcement for
Sugar and me, er, "The Editorial Board" of The Anti-New York
Times to grant expedited trademark privileges for the term "power grab" ™ -- ("Xi power grab"
already returns 513,000 results for Joogle Search)
Before we dig into a few select excerpts from Sulzberger's scribblers, let us note, with
gleeful approval, that the evil, deceitful, seditious Slimes, both the English and Chinese as well as both the print and cyber
versions, was banned in China back in 2012. (here) And with "strongman" ™
Xi's latest "power grab" ™, it doesn't look like "the paper of record" will be allowed to corrupt young
Chinese minds anytime soon.
At a 2014 press conference in Beijing, Xi publicly dressed down Slimes correspondent Mark Landler (brought
there and deliberately planted by the demon-bastard Obongo) over his stupid question about the Slimes' travel restriction
problems in China. Xi: “Media outlets need to obey
China’s laws and regulations. When a car breaks down on the road, perhaps we need to get off the car to see where the
problem lies. And when a certain issue is raised as a problem, there must be a reason.” 2 &
3. Xi's pro-business, pro-tradition, pro-public morality and culture-based "socialism with national
characteristics" (his term) is identical to The Great One's "national socialism" in Germany.
Meyers: There was a time, not so long ago, when a Chinese leader setting himself up as ruler for
life would have stirred international condemnation for bucking the global trend toward greater democracy. Now, such an action
seems fully in keeping with moves by many countries in the other direction.
Translation: What Meyers (cough cough) is really saying is: "Damn it. We are losing our grip
on too many countries!"
Meyers: The surprise disclosure on Sunday that the Communist Party was abolishing constitutional
limits on presidential terms — effectively allowing President Xi Jinping to lead China indefinitely — was the
latest and arguably most significant sign of the world’s decisive tilt toward authoritarian governance.
Notice how selective these Globalists are in their condemnation of "authoritarian governance." The President of their beloved and revered Brussels-based European Union
and also the EU "Council of Ministers" are non-elected and rule by decrees from which member states cannot escape
without sanctions or threats of sanctions.
Meyers: The list includes Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt
and Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey, all of whom have abandoned most pretenses that they rule according to the people’s
will. Authoritarianism is also reappearing in places like Hungary and Poland that barely a quarter-century ago shook loose
the shackles of Soviet oppression.
Analysis: Again, note the hypocrisy and selective application of standards. The
Frumpy Frau of Germany has run that oppressed nation with an iron fist since 2005 and will likely stay in office until 2021,
before handing over the reins of Germany's apocalyptic horses to her hand-picked successor -- an even homlier hyphenated hag
named Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer.
And yet, we never seem to hear complaints about Angie's "power grab" ™,
1. The "authoritarians" Xi, Putin, Sisi and others don't give a rat's ass
what the Jew York Slimes has to say. And that is why Sulzberger's scribblers are "concerned." 2 & 3.
Unlimited terms are 'OK" if the "authoritarian" in question is a Globalist libtard. After 16 years as Boss
Lady of Bolshevik Germany, the Frumpy Frau will likely be succeeded by her hand-picked cronie bitch, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer
are many reasons for such moves by Mr. Xi and others ... but a significant one is that few countries have the standing or
authority, morally or otherwise, to speak out — least of all, critics say, the United States.
“I mean, who is going to punish him internationally
now?” asked Susan L. Shirk, the chairwoman of the 21st Century China Program at the University of California,
Analysis: Let me get this straight, Professor Shirk (cough cough). You want
Xi to be "punished" for his "authoritarianism" ™,
but lament the fact there is no one who can do it. We wonder, bitch, when the "democratic" ™ USA terror bombed the innocent populations of Serbia and Iraq into
submission, and unleashed proxy terror armies upon Syria and Libya, did you and your fellow eggheads ever call for Messrs'
Clinton, Bush and Obongo to be "punished internationally?" Hmmm?
Meyers: “Thirty years ago, with what Xi did, with what Erdogan has done, there
would have been an outpouring of international concern: ‘You’re getting off the path,’ and so on,”
said Michael A. McFaul, a political scientist and diplomat who, ... wrote extensively on building democracies.“Nobody
is making that argument today,” he added, “certainly not Trump.”
Translation: What "political
scientist" McFaul is eally saying: "1990's China and Yeltsin's
democratic ™ Russia used
to fear us. Now they won't obey and Trump is sympathetic to their nationalistic authoritarian ™ tendencies."
The way in which history links to the present is really fascinating. Way back
in the 1930's, The Great One (that's Hitler for all you newbies and normies)
was on to this trademarked "democracy" ™ vs "authoritarianism"
jive talk. Tell it, Great One, tell it:
Hitler: "Yes, Germany, before us, was back then a democracy, and we had been plundered and squeezed dry. No,
what does democracy or authoritarian state mean to those international hyenas? They don’t care at all. They are only
interested in one thing: Are you willing to be plundered? Yes or no? Are you stupid enough to keep quiet in the process?
Yes or no? And when a democracy is stupid enough not to stand up, then it is good. But when an authoritarian state declares,
‘You are not going to plunder our people, neither from the inside nor the outside’, then that is bad."
Academic egghead Susan Shirk wants Xi to be punished, but doesn't know how it can be done.
Meyers: President Trump’s administration on Monday brushed off questions about
Mr. Xi’s move. “I believe that’s a decision for China to make about what’s best for their country,”
said Sarah Huckabee Sanders, the White House press secretary.
Analysis: Add a few check-marks
to the "plus side" of Trump's ledger.
Even the Russia that emerged from the ruins of the Soviet Union adopted a democratic constitution and instituted free elections.
Democracy was imposed upon Russia by western Globalists who thought they could control the political parties.
the chaos of Boris N. Yeltsin’s era in the 1990s, democracy was taking root when Mr. Putin came to power — in
a relatively free and fair election, no less.
Translation: "I don't care if Russians were starving
and freezing to death during the economic collapse of the Yeltsin years. At least we had control over Russia's internal politics
Meyer: “(Western liberal democracy) is no more,” Brad W. Setser, a Treasury official
during the Obama administration who is now at the Council on Foreign Relations, wrote in a message after news emerged of
Mr. Xi’s move.
Analysis: So, the notorious Council on Foreign Relations -- founded in 1921 for the purpose
of recruiting ambitious politicians, journalists and academics to work towards creating an eventual world government -- isn't
too happy about "Xi's move." That alone, boys and girls, is reason for all of us to give a great big round of cyber-applause
for "China's Hitler" --- Heil Xi Jinping!