China maintains silence over vice-president Xi Jinping's absence

Sep 12, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Guardian

Chinese vice president Xi Jinping was last seen more than 10 days ago and has cancelled a series of meetings with foreign visitors.

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Not ONE comment? Out of 1.4 billion citizens, not one single Chinese citizen gives a damn whether Xi Jinping is dead or alive?

I would disappear, too, if 1.4 billion of my countrymen showed me that kind of disrespect.
Mirolyuba

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Sep 12, 2012
 
He has been PURGED, likely, and is rotting in a cell or has already gotten a bullet in the head!

The PRIMITIVE Chinese Communist Party is in total CHAOS and FACTIONAL GANG WARFARE, obviously.

Chinese will wait and see who their new CCP owners will be, like slaves or dogs that have been beaten too much, they won't make a sound.

They know they are not true human beings but only terrorized CCP livestock.

Poor, poor China.
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE

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Sep 12, 2012
 
All 1.4 billionsd are focused on ther immenent war on the west philippine sea NOT. The chinese public are too ignorant to have any idea of what'sd going on.
Chairman Maos Dog

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Sep 13, 2012
 
RESISTANCE IS FUTILE wrote:
All 1.4 billionsd are focused on ther immenent war on the west philippine sea NOT. The chinese public are too ignorant to have any idea of what'sd going on.
It's really true. I'm in China right now. Everyone that passes by smiles and asks how I am doing today and where I'm from.

What I want to say is, Hey you zombified morons! Wake the Eff up! Your vice president is missing in action and you're at the brink of war! And you're asking how my day is going with a smile?!!!
Chairman Maos Dog

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Sep 13, 2012
 
There are two possibilities here. One of them is that Mr Xi has gone into protective hiding before the transition of power takes place. This would be a good precautionary move to make certain that everything goes smoothly and without a hitch.

That's a nice theory. Here's the problem with that theory. It doesn't make sense. Even granting the secrecy of Beijing, it still doesn't make sense. Investments are on the line. Consumer and producer trust is on the line. The trade world is in waiting and there is nothing but the sound of silence.

No take your logical little Asian minds, and figure out if 1+1=3. Because if it doesn't, then the only thing to do would be to cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war.
Old Jew

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Sep 13, 2012
 
Someone wants him dead, struggle for power. Same old thing all over the world, there are people who valued power more than life. Power means money, fame and control.
RayH

Shenzhen, China

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Sep 13, 2012
 
Chairman Maos Dog wrote:
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It's really true. I'm in China right now. Everyone that passes by smiles and asks how I am doing today and where I'm from.
What I want to say is, Hey you zombified morons! Wake the Eff up! Your vice president is missing in action and you're at the brink of war! And you're asking how my day is going with a smile?!!!
Think you should stop by your U.S. Embassy in Egypt and Libya on your way back home.
RayH

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Sep 13, 2012
 
Don't forget to smile to the locals.

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