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This post of mine would be in three parts, firstly just to avoid it being too lengthy, and secondly due to the situation in today’s geopolitics, which is very dynamic and changing at a very fast pace.


China is on the prowl and counties are sensing the foreboding. Big or small, far or near, every country has the same question ”will China rule the world one day, and how would we deal with that world”. I have often heard this from various quarters that ”we would prefer the rogue US any day to a saner China”. It is a harsh reality, capitalist prosperity leads to military acquisitions. The economic rise of America led to the building of a great navy. Same was the case with the most European powers, post-industrial revolution. Is China going to follow the same pattern, and become a hegemon in the guise of a trading nation? Are these concerns empirical or just insinuations? Do we really need to tame China?


Before we go into the nitty-gritty of the subject, let us look at a small piece of Chinese history. On October 1, 1949, the People’s Republic of China was formally announced, with Mao Zedong as its leader. Despite massive U.S. support for the Nationalist regime, Mao’s forces were victorious in 1949 and drove the Nationalist government onto the island of Taiwan. Communist China was seen by the United States as an ideological foe and a geo-strategic menace.

During the 1940s and 1950s, Richard Nixon had been a vocal cold warrior and had condemned the Democratic administration of Harry S. Truman for “losing” China to the communists in 1949. However, as early as 1967, Nixon had envisaged the re-incorporation of China into the international order. From the beginning of his presidency, Nixon tried to approach the Chinese government in Beijing, initially through an already existing diplomatic channel in Warsaw, but to no avail. The decision was therefore taken to pursue a different venue, through the Pakistani government. Pakistan, which maintained close diplomatic relations with both China and the United States, began to play the role of facilitator, leading ultimately to the setting up of a secret meeting between the US  National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger and the Chinese leadership in Beijing on 09 July 1971(this was brought out very clearly in the book ”The Blood Telegram” by Garry J. Bass), followed by a week-long visit by the US President Richard Nixon, from 21-28 February 1972. This opened the US markets to China and beginning of a new chapter in US-China relationship.


Now coming to US-China economic relationship and the meteoric rise of China. In 1978 then Chinese Premier Deng Xiaoping shifted from Closed Door to Open Door policy, describing it as ’Socialism with Chinese Characteristics’. This opened up China to foreign businesses who wanted to invest in the country. This policy set into motion the economic transformation of modern China. Starting in the 1980s, U.S. lawmakers weakened the essential controls the state put on the financial system. This was not just led by politicians like US President Ronald Reagan, but also by a set of neoliberals like US President Bill Clinton and many others. Clinton promoted a vision of a globalized world with no nation-states impeding the free flow of capital and goods. This lack of assertive public power allowed private power to take its place, as corporations merged and organized trading flows without having to worry about the demands of public institutions.

A relationship between China and American came into existence. Historian Niall Ferguson and economist Moritz Schularick gave it a term ”Chimerica”. A neologism, based on Greek mythology called ”Chimera”. A monstrous fire-breathing hybrid creature, composed of the parts of more than one animal. It is usually depicted as a lion, with the head of a goat arising from its back, and a tail that might end with a snake’s head(reference Wikipedia). China became the world’s factory. It started supplying goods to the USA. Dollars earned from there by China were invested in Wall Street and in buying the US treasury bonds. This gave the American banks free flowing dollars, which they in turn provided to the American populace at cheap rates to buy more white goods supplied by China. Neither US government nor the corporate world realized that they were creating a leviathan which would challenge them one day.

These historical events changed the fortunes of the Chinese people. Chinese per capita income was almost similar to Indian per capita income till 1980, but by 2018 it stands almost four times that of India. China was the world’s leading economy and most urbanized state until the 16th century. Chinese people take a lot of pride in that fact. They have lots of remorse also that China lost is its sheen in the 18th and 19th century. Since 1949, the central leadership and ”Ying Pai”(hawks or eagles) of China have been planning and selling ’Hundred Years Plan’ to dominate the world and bring back the lost glory of China, to Chinese people(. In November 1999, the US embassy in China reported about a military analysis submitted by two Air Force colonels ”Unrestricted Warfare: War and Strategy in the Globalization Era”(full version on fas.org). The analysis recommended that Beijing should use ”Asymmetrical Warfare”(it means everything from catastrophic terrorist attacks to insurgents’ roadside bombs, to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction (WMD), to advanced computer viruses –  ausa.org) to attack the United States. Chinese hawks were pressing for using ancient Chinese doctrinaire ”Thirty-Six Stratagems”(available in detail on changingminds.org). The world was feeding a minotaur for the last 40 years, without having Theseu, the son of Aegeus, to slay it.


At approximately 9.6 million sq kilometers, China is the world’s fourth largest country. It has the longest land border in the world and shares it with 14 countries. However, it stakes its claim over territories of 23 countries. China has the biggest border disputes with India, Russia, and Vietnam. Another hot potato is ”The South China Sea”, where China has a dispute with every existing nation big or small. China estimates large oil and gas reserves in the area. The area also accounts for 30% of the world’s sea traffic. China is building artificial islands in the area and this could become a future flashpoint.

Recent Chinese aggression in the Doklam area of Bhutan is fresh in everyone’s mind. At Doklam world’s two largest armies were face to face for months and the world was praying nervously. However, there are many other issues which are not known to ordinary people. Russian Far East or RFE is being flooded by illegal Chinese people. The Chinese are invading Russia, not with tanks but with suitcases, according to Alexander Shaikin, head of the border control, over 1.5 million Chinese have illegally entered RFE. While Shaikin’s claim is likely exaggerated, increased Chinese migration marks a return of Chinese influence to historically Chinese territories. Unlike Sino-Russian disagreements over Ukraine or India, a territorial dispute over the Russian Far East holds the potential to formally rupture relations between the two continental powers. There are as many as 60,000 Chinese living and working in Pakistan adding to the nervousness of local populace. Howard W. French’s book ”China’s Second Continent – How a Million Migrants Are Building a New Empire in Africa”, claims over a million Chinese live on the African continent. As per local leaders, as of now Pakistani populace and Africans are acquiescent, and matters are under control. However, that’s a fallacy. It is a matter of time when the situation exacerbates and locals realize that their jobs and businesses have been taken over by Chinese. A similar situation is there in all the other countries, where Chinese companies are working on various projects, whether in the neighborhood or around the globe.


Now let us look at the leadership of present-day China. Today’s China is being ruled by Xi Jinping, the authoritarian, all-powerful Big Brother. He has systematically destroyed all opposition. He has amended the two-term rule for the president. That means he can stay on as president as long as he wishes. In some experts eyes, he has become the most powerful leader after Mao. As per ’J Tepperman’ of foreignpolicy.com ”to maintain his power, Xi and his nomenklatura are repressing dissent and ruling by intimidation. Because bureaucrats and citizens live in fear, they compete to flatter their bosses. Nobody tells the truth, especially when it could make them or their leaders look bad. As a result, cloistered tyrants, their egos bloated by constant, obsequious praise, find themselves increasingly cut off from reality and the rest of the world (think Kim Jong Un, Bashar al-Assad, or Robert Mugabe) and end up ruling by whim and instinct with little sense of what’s actually happening in their own countries. The impact of this ignorance on domestic and foreign policy is disastrous.

Tepperman adds ”Today, Xi is systematically undermining, virtually every feature that made China so distinct and helped it work so well in the past. His efforts may boost his own power and prestige in the short-term and reduce some forms of corruption. On balance, however, Xi’s campaign will have disastrous long-term consequences for his country and the world.

Xi is proving 1949 written, George Orwell’s book ”1984” so true. Orwell states ”One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship”.

In the next series, we would take up economic and military issues arising from what we discussed till now.


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      1. Very interesting first Chapter Sandomina….crystal clear perspective highlighted by you. I am eagerly waiting for the next one and your thoughts on what India needs to do to counter the Chinese juggernaut both militarily and economically.

      2. A very thought provoking article Sandy. I need to go back in history to contemplate on what you have brought out. Will share my views soon

  1. Beautifully analysed and equally well articulated. Should make a good quick reference for a wide spectrum of readers. Novices to experts.

  2. Very nicely written . If there is one thing I could suggest , it would be to throw some more light on Xi’s role.. good and bad.. how exactly is the capitalist and socialist ideology being married, or is it complete goodbye to socialism/communism? What are the changes he has implemented to improve the country’s economic might and his own power ? Iam sure you will deal with these in the next two parts. Superb effort and am looking forward for the next part.

  3. Fourth largest- not-forth latest,
    Also is not the population growth rate of china lower than that of Africa,middle east and India. How does it contracted we also add emigrated Chinese to the total

  4. Really insightful. Is the Chinese populace a happy nation despite all the economic and political gains? A nation’s prosperity is not always measured against the success its rulers achieve. How do they keep the junta motivated. China has its own share of social issues. I am sure you are going to touch upon these factors in your upcoming issues. Always good to be educated. Highly appreciate.

  5. Congratulations on a great beginning to a very interesting topic. There is an old adage “Flag follows the trade”, this is what is becoming more visual thanks to the aggressive pursuit of BRI by China. The rise of China as compared to India has been faster, but this has to be seen in the light of the fact that they have always been supported since independence, initially by USSR and then by USA. The single party system has pros and cons, however, the western academia which is more popular and pervasive has been able to colour the views of majority of the world that follows English writings. The alleviation of such a large population out of poverty is a point that you may reflect upon in your next part. As far as leadership goes, it is an era of autocrats – Trump, Putin, Mohammad Bin Salman, Kim Jong Un, Xi Jinping, Duterte and most of African leaders. Looking forward to Part 2 & 3 of ‘Taming of China’

  6. Very insightful….let’s see how things pan out,next 5 years are going to dictate a new world perspective.

  7. Very well articulated. Since China is still a closed society, very little about it (political, economic,religious and ethnic issues etc)can be independently verified or corroborated. Most of the reports are an analysis of their actions and reactive at best. The world needs to be collective in its action ( pro-active) to contain their spreading influence. Rumblings are being reported ( Pakistan, Sri Lanka and some African nations) against the Chinese invasion(!) and it is possible that their colonial ambitions would meet the same fate as the erstwhile powers. Await the forthcoming parts.

  8. There is a Chinese saying , a man’s strength is his weakness. Xi ‘s authoritarian grip will be his downfall. The Chinese version of life is that everything can be evaluated and traded for money. The western fools and experts talk about loss of freedom. What they don’t understand is a Chinese joe on the street will trade a bit of his freedom in return for prosperity . There will be no revolt if Xi delivers money . If the economic roller coaster stops only then there will be a revolt . That is why Xi is nervous about the trade war

  9. Dear Sandy,
    A very well written insight into Chinese power .I want to bring out few points for your consideration and inclusion .
    1. No study is complete without bringing out the genesis which is normally there in the history of a nation esp those which want to learn from history .Why has China been behaving in such a manner ? This we can know by knowing a bit of its Ancient , Medievel and the modern History prior to 1949. Specially the role of its philosophers like Confucius Sun Tzu etc.
    2. The inner contradictions within its own society like Uyghurs , Tibetans , people of inner Mongolia and even the Hans who have not been able to be a part of its progress story . Wherein , the migration from rural areas to urban areas is controlled , the local party cadres do run amock in these areas .
    Actually , the Chinese society is sitting on powder keg . If the CPC don’t give ij to democracy for long then the break up of Chins will be a reality in the next millennium .
    China can be tamed if these inner contradictions are exploited and it’s history is well analysed .
    Thx and regards .
    Raghu Vir Gauba

  10. There is a Chinese saying , ‘ a man’s strength is his weakness’ . Xi’s Authoritarian control will be his undoing . Many westerner ‘ experts’ have this foolish notion that their values are other people’s values . Freedom is their great preaching . What they don’t understand is that to a Chinese everything is valued as a commodity . Including freedom . They have a unwritten contract and understanding with their government . I will give you some of my freedom in exchange for prosperity . As long as China promises prosperity , there will be no revolt . But if the economy flounders , there is a danger. Perhaps why China is scared of a trade war .

  11. Dear Sandy a very informative blog. While it is true that China rode on the free trade policy of the US to achieve double digit growth figures it also had some inherent advantage in terms of cheap labour and ready availability of cheap raw material. With the increase in the per capita GDP you would have noticed that the manufacturing, except for key products, have moved out as labour prices in China rises. Accordingly China has shifted focus to manufacturing high end products to retain the title of global manufacturing hub. Further for the future China has invested heavily in tech like AI, machine learning, quantum tech and robotics. It is estimated that China will overtake the US in the tech which will eventually enable them to take over the No. 1 spot in the world.
    However, certain cracks are appearing. The policies and structures put in place by Deng which had served China well have been undone by Xi. Further, the crack down on the political opponents and bureaucracy in the guise of eradicating corruption is turning the polity and governance into a body of yes men which is a recipe for disaster. Thisncoupled with the slow down in the economy and the concentration of power in one man has the potential to unhinge the rapid growth of China leading to internal turmoil and unrest.

  12. Nice insight
    One small suggestion if you can include the nearly 5 trillion dollar debt and the stranglehold that the Chinese have over the dollar
    Also the death of US MSME industrial base
    Well written Sandeep

  13. Thank you so much Sir … can’t tell you how much I am benefitting by your blog. I really didn’t know anything about all this . So keep going . Enjoying this . And I can’t share anything about this topic 😀

  14. Well articulated Sandeep. Modern day’ China’s aspiration is to be as large as the old Qing Dynasty; therefore it’s annexation of Tibet, and economic hegemony of Mongolia and North Korea.

    Looking forward to your thoughts on China’s economic and military policies and plans.

    1. Thanks, Shailenda. Doing justice to such a complex and vast subject within the boundaries of an article is a tough challenge. Hope the next two parts create some excitement.

  15. A well researched article.. Congrats partner….. Now my views… Think Xi is doing well.. Better than Indian Democracy…. He rules like a king… As long as he is reasonably fair… Weeds corruption time to time with exemplary punishments.. Ensures state money used systematically to increase military power and economic growth…. Unlike our country…. Maintains a show of strength with countries like ours which helps china’s image with other smaller countries allowing it to bulldoze through their policies to benefit its agenda… Takes arguments to just short of breaking point… Keeps fingerling USA diplomatically…. Stays neutral with short tempered Russia…. Think they will sustain and emerge powerful as long as Xi is alive….

  16. Very well crafted article with real useful information, which has been presented in an interesting but simple way.
    Never knew about your this hidden talent.
    Look forward to remaining 2 parts.


  17. Very well researched and articulated first part sir! A very contemporary topic and am looking forward to the next two parts!

  18. Congratulations. Interesting to read on the Chinese influence and look forward to reading the next two chapters. A point of view to consider little focus at the neighbourhood of China and I am sure that you would highlight how this Chinese growth has influenced the Asian countries as the 21st Century is predicted as Asia’s Century, with particular reference to India. Understanding the historical connection on trade via the old silk route in India is paramount to decipher its significance. Even though both China and India had started the race of growth in the early 1960s, it was the solid political power centre in China that paved the way for accelerated development and superseding the competitor India. No doubt that the authoritative political power centre followed by China was a compulsion to take those critical progressive decisions when masses of the nation, unlike the West, were unripe to suit themselves for democracy. China had raced through the right route and overcome many upheavals & successfully trekked all obstacles thus far in the race. However, the sprint of mighty elephant India may witness acceleration with right leadership to achieve the desired growth in future. I am eagerly looking forward to the next two posts.

  19. Sandy, a well articulated resrech and composition.

    I am excited to see your inferences in next two episodes.

    In my opinion China believes in economic might and hence regional dominance. We have seen that behaviour across the board. They have enhanced their military might after they have achieved economic superiority in the area.

    Wish you very best in your next endeavours

  20. Great beginning!!! Extremely well researched n articulated piece that provides insight to a contemporary topic.
    I am a novice in this field. But can relate as I have personally seen the growing influence of China in the IOR during visits to the island nations n the east coast of Africa. May be u can touch upon, “as to where we went wrong” in your forthcoming writings. Looking forward.

  21. Wonderfully written with an in-depth analysis of the past and current situation in China that has and will actually affect the entire world eventually.
    In the next issue, as you have mentioned that you will be touching up on military and economic issues, probably you could highlight on the BELT & Road initiative by which China plans to control the trade in the whole region consequently giving them control of over 40% of the world’s GDP .. this has also resulted in India losing its influence in the region like what happened in the case of a Srilanka or Maldives, and how we can regain ground in these places as well !

  22. A very well brought out facts. Though scary but helpful for the many nations to evaluate and take timely action. Best of luck Sandy. Great job.

  23. Very little is known about China or its military power since it’s a closed society.There is no denying the fact that they are fast approaching the super power nation status and has stated flexing its military muscle. Many nations incl Pakistan has realised that they are increasingly getting trapped in the vicious grip of the dragon and voices of dissent has started rising in these debt trapped nations.What remains to be seen is as to how these nations will react orcwill they be ever free,again or will be forced to toe Chinese line.A very interesting read,eagerly awaiting the next part.

  24. Dissenting opinion here. Look at the world from China’s perspective. It is surrounded by enemies on all sides. The US can deny the Pacific, even the South China Sea if it so wishes. India can deny the Indian Ocean. Taiwan, Philippines, Vietnam, South Korea, and Japan would all be willing to help.

    It would be possible to shut down all outside sources of material and aid. China could do nothing to prevent it. If the rest of the world lost China we could see a bad recession but we’d eventually adjust. There any many countries more than willing to spool up to fill the gap. China produces nothing that can’t be gotten elsewhere and if there is anything capitalism is good at it is identifying and filling empty niches. Higher cost and lower quantities for a while.

    OTOH, without foreign trade, China is dead in the water. Even just a bad crop year would send China into a crisis. Expect a few of these with climate change coming on. China has borrowed a few of the trappings of capitalism but they are far from capitalism that we know in the west.

    The one-child policy has shewed the population heavily to the elderly, non-productive and ailing. It has even caused a shortage of women. Change the policy right now and the problem will persist for decades.

    To the north, the Russian bear holds massive nuclear superiority and nobody really wants Siberia anyhow. To the east so does the US. India has a significant nuclear deterrent to the south. To the west there is Islamic extremism and jihad, even affecting China’s Xingchang province. Nuclear weapons in Pakistan and even Israel. Not to mention a potentially hostile Europe.

    Their land army is riddled with vast amounts of corruption, their pay is low and their morale is poor. While China can field a small number of technologically sophisticated weapons, they can’t possibly afford to build the thousand fifth-generation fighters it would take to challenge the US in the air or a deep water navy to protect their shipping lanes. We may have a similar economy but we only have a quarter the population. That means we are free to pour massive amounts of resources into defense and hardly notice it. They can stretch their dollars by paying far less to employees and troops, scrimping on training and stealing tech instead of developing it. OTOH, we already have a navy as powerful as all the rest of the navies in the world combined and well as the number one army. Costs a lot less to stay on top once you are there than to climb the mountain.

    The last shooting war China got into was almost 40 years ago with Vietnam and they got their tail kicked. We seem to be running a major war every decade or two and we win our wars overwhelmingly. (In a military sense. We have a more difficult time creating peace but if the US has anything it is sticking power.) That means trained and battle-tested troops, systems, and doctrine.

    China has produced prosperity for a couple hundred million on the industrial and technological east coast. Every penny spent on defense is a penny they can’t use to expand the economy. The rest of the country will get restive if they cannot share in the wealth. The most important job of China’s military is keeping the less well off (and the occupied territories) from rising up. The leadership remembers Tienaman Square.

    I believe the current leadership in China is every bit as paranoid as the old Soviet Union. This is what they see when they look out from Beijing. It may be onesided but it is not completely untrue. The waters ahead will be extremely difficult for a dictatorship to navigate.

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      1. A pleasure and thanks . Can share on facebook, but perhaps not WordPress?? However will try. Take care + all the best ‘Sandomina’

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    2019年8月6日和同年12月10日上午老河口市政府截访人张杰明确告知,中央政法委机关党建,明显存在“灯下黑”、怕躲推、虚飘浮、“打伞破网”欺软怕硬、监督执纪问责走过场和党建与业务“两张皮”问题。全国扫黑办明知省法院司法败类是身残志坚,双目失明了还坚持睁着眼睛说“专门鉴定属实”的瞎话的道德低下的“货色”,故意拍卖良知,亵渎公职人员的身份。省法院司法败类玩忽职守,不认真落实上级要求、若不是眼瞎就是心坏,明知公安通过侦查获知目击证人陈国英已指认杨元庆故意毁灭0087048号发票证据,为干扰、误导、阻挠案件调查,向上级汇报时隐瞒重要证据和线索触犯了众怒,导致该案长期未能侦破,否则不会胆大妄为说出这样颠倒黑白,捏造事实的话来的。可见,省法院司法败类不仅没有任何的道歉意思,还来继续挑战底线……实现正义不是自说自话, “如果捏造的‘专门鉴定属实’鉴定结论报告对省高院司法败类有利,省高院司法败类怎会不公开?不公开法律文书文号说明了啥?明明我们老河口市信访局相关领导揪住了老河口市法院极个别司法败类故意协助他人故意隐匿或毁灭“据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票”证据等“问题案件”的狐狸尾巴!揪住了湖北省高院鄂法(83)刑二申字第24号《通知》中司法败类尽情自嗨不惜虚构鉴定事实,只敢捏造“专门鉴定属实”的所谓鉴定结论糊弄官僚政客,毕竟心虚胆寒不敢更进一步捏造该鉴定结论法律文书的文号的狐狸尾巴!媒体记者、尊敬的中央办公厅丁薛祥主任、尊敬的中央办公厅陈世炬主任、省国保总队和襄阳国保支队相关人员都诘问人面兽心的湖北省高级法院一小撮人模狗样的司法败类:“谁能拿人格保证涉案‘0087048号原始发票’现身后经鉴定不是卖砖人所开的”?!真当省委超良书记、省纪委立山书记、瑞连部长、襄阳市委乐成书记、市长郄英才、纪委义斌书记和胡勇部长是白痴吗?做贼心虚拒绝回答、拒绝公开羞辱了谁?无论一九七九年的《中华人民共和国刑事诉讼法》第三十四条还是二零一八年《中华人民共和国刑事诉讼法》第五十四条都规定“凡是伪造证据、隐匿证据或者毁灭证据的,无论属于何方,必须受法律追究。”这里故意隐匿或者毁灭0087048号发票证据的,究竟“属于何方”?省法院司法败类心知肚明!“必须受法律追究”,有商量、讨价还价的余地吗?!彻底把案件搅浑的湖北省高级法院一小撮司法败类在以鄂法(83)刑二申字第24号“半夜鸡叫”式“坑官”的通知、老河口市委、政府等人依旧保持着对司法败类马首是瞻的一贯嘴脸故意糊弄中共中央办公厅的“半夜鸡叫”式的报告,这有何深意?难道不是在刻意淡化乃至逃避网友关注的嫌疑吗?正告湖北省高级法院极个别人模狗样的司法败类不要玩火,隐蔽性再强,终会露出破绽;幌子再好,也躲不过纪法的严查。很可惜,中央办公厅副主任、前国家主席办公室主任陈世炬兼国家主席办公室主任期间,责任意识不强、工作作风漂浮,停留于“轮流圈阅”“层层转发”、以文件落实文件,没有一锤锤持续用力敲下去让坏人钻了空子。尊敬的世炬主任、尊敬的薛祥主任现在知道老河口市委、政府等人依旧保持着对法院司法败类马首是瞻的一贯嘴脸故意糊弄中共中央办公厅的丑行后,让襄阳市委书记李乐成、市长郄英才、政法委书记冯艳飞、组织部部长胡勇和纪委书记吕义斌重新向中共中央办公厅报告或把关过目,肯定会将“据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票及其鉴定结论等事实真相”大白于天下。毕竟,只要媒体记者一戳到官德与其外表不匹配的湖北省高级法院司法败类“虚构鉴定事实,捏造‘专门鉴定属实’的鉴定结论”这个“死穴”,他就人格扭曲,公然粉饰和包庇故意隐匿或者毁灭0087048号发票证据的不法行为甚至顾左右而言他,这种双标的行为让人不耻!如果幻想指望由擅长制造冤假错案的司法败类来平反冤假错案,那就等于请狐狸来看守鸡窝,简直太荒谬了。故意谎报情况,隐藏、遮掩问题背后有啥猫腻?”法不可欺。“有黑必有伞,有伞必有网”,为使每一起案件都经得起法律衡量,中央政法委应大胆触及到省法院司法败类的逆鳞,迅速敲定“时间表”、厘清“责任人”,加大查处力度, 稳住高压态势、稳住惩治力度、持续精准发力,提级处置及时牵头中央纪检监察机关会同检察机关、公安机关,穷尽式调查获取关键线索并深挖彻查湖北省法院“帮助故意隐匿或毁灭‘据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票’证据的犯罪分子逃避法律处罚案”背后的“保护伞”“关系网”!

    2019年10月30日上午襄阳市委组织部胡姓工作人员明确告知,德不配位的袁乃义好日子到头了!我们襄阳市委组织部要求老河口组织部乃义部长按干部管理权限、依法逐级走访和依法分类处理信访诉求工作规则、若你的“级别认定”诉求既有事实依据又有政策法律依据应予以支持,及时确定你的“级别认定”信访诉求究竟是“副科”?还是“正科”?!若不支持你的“级别认定”诉求即不能“认定级别”,阐明究竟是属于缺乏事实依据,还是缺乏法律、政策依据,还是既缺乏事实依据又缺乏法律、政策依据这三种情况之中的哪一种?出具《“级别认定”信访事项处理意见书》即可,如此简单的问题,可外表嚣张经常牵着老河口市委书记张学林、市长王燮耀、政法委书记王岩和纪委书记黄光强鼻子走、德不配位、内里虚弱的袁乃义这个“搅屎棍”本应低调一些,却偏要喜欢“没事找事”作死、刷存在感而违反常识和鄂信发〔2017〕26号文件规定的格式和要素,公开顶风违纪违法、推诿扯皮就不履行“认定级别”职责、拒绝向信访人出具《“级别认定”信访事项调查处理意见书》故意闹事惹人注目,乃义部长擅权妄为严重破坏了襄阳的政治生态“作死”到人尽皆知,报告给我们襄阳市委组织部的材料,根本曝不得光,经不住查,我们襄阳市委组织部胡勇部长再三暗示任何人包括云媒体记者不得提有关召开市级公开听证会的事宜!老河口、襄阳“东厂”锦衣卫与我们组织部是通的,毕竟组织部有考核他们领导的权力。我们当即指出乃义部长的错误认识,老河口、襄阳纪委监委怎么能类比成明朝“东厂”锦衣卫?!况且,2019年5月22日,襄阳市纪委义斌书记在老河口强调:要对巡视巡查移交的问题,及时整改到位,迅速抓好落实。同年同月28日老河口市委学林书记强调:要学会换位思考,对群众反映的正常诉求,能尽快解决的要尽快解决和及时兑现……绝不能含糊其辞,更不能推诿扯皮。坚信老河口、襄阳纪委监委在处理检举控告,纪检监察机关及其工作人员不会私自留存涉及纪律审查方面的资料;不至于纪法意识淡漠,毫无敬畏之心“上下一般粗”任性地答复为“您反映问题的电子邮件本网站已收到”后管党治党不力,严重失职失责长期不“反馈”处理结果!更离谱的是,国信局给出《信访工作责任制实施办法》追责问责典型案例剖析(二)、(五)等指导意见;省纪委“一案三反馈” (即对信访举报及时进行受理反馈、办理反馈和结果反馈)破解信访梗阻深得民心。针对老河口市委组织部袁乃义、省高院司法败类的拙劣表演充分暴露出其不可告人的险恶用心和故意破坏湖北政治生态的政治企图。如若老河口、襄阳纪委监委仍有人侵犯群众知情权,“热衷于站队进圈”,大搞“政治攀附”丢弃、隐匿信访材料损害群众利益而不能幡然醒悟,势必玩火自焚!鉴于老河口市委组织部袁乃义不依法依规出具《“级别认定”信访事项调查处理意见书》并订立攻守同盟;公然采用“萝卜招聘”手段,违反组织人事纪律,将女儿袁杨招聘到老河口市财政局工作一事被举报后怀恨在心,办理信访事项推诿、敷衍、拖延、渎职、失职,弄虚作假,打击报复信访人并拒绝进行市级公开听证,公然对抗组织审查。故对与信访事项有直接利害关系的袁乃义提出回避请求,再次依法申请襄阳市委组织部和国保支队公开听证。

    我们襄阳市委组织部和国保支队要感谢陈国英的诚实和勇敢!反映问题被当捅娄子的目击证人陈国英到底动了谁的奶酪?时任省纪委书记宋育英敏锐地发现:擅长随意拿捏“勾兑”的省高院司法败类虚构鉴定事实,捏造“专门鉴定属实”的鉴定结论的司马昭之心,遮不了世人的眼睛!也彻底把案件搅浑的湖北省高级法院一小撮司法败类在以鄂法(83)刑二申字第24号“半夜鸡叫”式“坑官”的通知是如何出炉的?这有何深意?喜欢带节奏的省高院司法败类缺乏政治站位一边为故意隐匿或毁灭0087048号原始发票的犯罪分子撑腰打气打掩护,一边歪曲事实制造对立的“湖北省高级法院一小撮司法败类合伙故意帮助故意隐匿或毁灭0087048号原始发票的犯罪分子逃避法律处罚”案。所以这里面就有个疑问,因此把这个“专门鉴定属实”的讯息放出来,可能就是为了抵销公安和检察院紧盯“故意隐匿或毁灭0087048号发票证据”这个目标。罔顾事实真相,执意给“故意隐匿或毁灭0087048号发票证据”的犯罪分子撑腰打气一颗定心丸。以便给“故意隐匿或毁灭0087048号发票证据”案系上死结。果不其然,拥有省高院司法败类“官方背书”后,犯罪嫌疑人杨元庆也不承认故意毁灭0087048号原始发票证据的事实,以“因工作不慎遗失发票一张”来搪塞是必然的,也是高调的!喜欢带节奏的省高院司法败类“虚构鉴定事实、捏造鉴定结论”事件,为何会假得如此低级和离谱呢?而湖北媒体、公安、检察机关和纪检监察部门,又为啥连这么一个最基本的问题,都没看出来呢?带着疑问,省纪委育英书记对指认杨元庆故意毁灭0087048号发票证据的目击证人陈国英进行了调查取证。魔幻的是,襄阳公安和检察院不愿意拓宽问题线索来源渠道却采用了最糟糕的方式。当面对举报的不同意见时,率先想的是为冤假错案“捂盖子”,把问题扼杀在萌芽之中故意不去调查犯罪嫌疑人杨元庆,反而围着陈国英为何捅“专门鉴定属实”马蜂窝反复调查,致使证人陈国英很快死亡、线索及时掐断,让人费解,但捏造“专门鉴定属实”的鉴定结论特别是鉴定法律文书文号依然是“不能说的秘密”。然而,襄阳公安和检察院相关人员可能没有想过,盖子即便捂上了,问题还是没有解决。毕竟,解决问题是关键,何必去解决提出问题的人?!而且万一没捂好,就会像目前一样,把自己架在舆情的大火上烤。建议湖北三级法院方陪同杨元庆前去公安机关配合投诉调查,并恳请嫌疑人杨元庆、省高院扬言“专门鉴定属实”的事主和其他能提供资料的人提供证据,《刑事诉讼法》第六十条规定:“凡是知道案件情况的人,都有作证的义务。”提供真实的证词,是公民的义务。尽快让警方寻找出真相,况且,襄阳警方表示,将以非常认真和高敏感性的态度处理故意隐匿或毁灭“据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票”案,公平公正调查后向媒体和公众公开核查结果!可惜的是,老河口公安“此事非公安事由,公安机关不予受理”在公通字【2017】6号文件第四十三条规定下的抹案企图终究没能如愿却大有玄机!假如紧盯不放、不破不休的襄阳警方从来没有放弃,此案在继续侦办中且经公安、检察机关前期侦查及近期补充侦查,涉事地点明确,涉事人物清晰,为何迟迟调查不清楚?这么长时间,是在调查事件,还是谋划公关对策?省委超良书记、瑞连部长、襄阳市委乐成书记和胡勇部长都知道:冤案始作俑者杨元庆当时的作案手法与省高院司法败类虚构鉴定事实,捏造“专门鉴定属实”的鉴定结论却不拿出“专门鉴定属实”法律文书的此案极其相似。公众在追问,有关部门不能不察。省高院司法败类必须回答:“那你有没有‘专门鉴定属实’法律文书?还是将其甩锅给警察毁灭了你的‘专门鉴定属实’法律文书?”还是警察愿意冒着极大的法律和舆论风险指导你毁灭了你的“专门鉴定属实”法律文书?回首《毛泽东年谱》第四卷第78页有关毛泽东同时任湖北省委第一书记王任重谈话。毛泽东说:“不向我反映情况,我才最累。你把湖北的真实情况告诉我,我就不累了。”巧合的是,中共中央办公厅作为中央的综合部门,是重要政治机关不愿意两次掉进了同一条河流陷入“政令出不了中南海”的怪圈。深感:司法是人心的风向标,怎么判就会导致怎么干,被省高院司法败类吹上天的“专门鉴定属实”水到底有多深?公安、检察、法院和纪委不会不知。知而不弃,这其中道理何在呢?为何“顶风而上”有错不改背后到底是什么原因?“省高院‘虚构鉴定事实,捏造鉴定结论’的水”有多深,其实并不是最难的问题,更要追问管理者有没有尽到应有的担当。湖北省高院“专门鉴定属实”后据以定罪量刑的0087048号原始发票丢失、扬言“专门鉴定属实”的鉴定结论的法律文书丢失,法律文书及文号成了一场“乌龙”等问题既然已经发生,及时纠正和治理才是迫在眉睫的事。“省高院‘虚构鉴定事实,捏造鉴定结论’是表象,不讲政治是根本。”所以,将日理万机的时任国家主席的胡锦涛收到你父亲的《刑事申诉状》和《举报信》后,在考察途中由中共中央办公厅从江西发函到老河口市政府并要求报告调查处理结果。更离谱的是,当时任老河口市委常委相关人员领导不力,政治站位不高缺乏政治担当和斗争精神,不敢动真碰硬,姑息纵容,政治意识、法治意识严重缺失、责任意识淡薄咬紧牙关就是不提0087048发票究竟是故意隐匿还是故意毁灭?政府相关人员“搔不着痒处”对党中央决策部署理解不深不透,中央办公厅的明确要求选择性执行,对党不忠诚、不老实毫无大局观念,本应对蓄意预谋隐匿或毁灭“据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票”证据,主观恶性极深的事件彻查后如实上报中央办公厅,却违背我们党的宗旨,更严重影响党的形象,损害群众对党的信任与拥护故意以“徐祥生,‘查无此人’”代替对案件事实真相调查核实进行搪塞!结果是乱了规则,也寒了人心,给中央办公厅和中央纪委都上了一课。坏人不可怕,因为法网恢恢疏而不漏;恶人不可怕,因为天理昭昭正义必胜;但知法懂法不守法、有反侦察能力、身披“合法外衣”的黑恶势力之徒真的可怕,他会穷尽一切手段,动用一切关系,经常纠集他人,有预谋、有组织、有章法的实施违法犯罪活动,既难预防,也难一网打尽。省国保总队和襄阳国保支队就发现了更为棘手的问题:故意隐匿或毁灭“据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票” 甚嚣尘上舆情沸腾得像一口烧滚了的油锅。正当湖北省高院极个别司法败类莫不以为非作歹、以搞司法“勾兑”为能事最后鼓包露馅被揭穿后而坐立不安时,省高院有些人果然坐不住了。2019年7月31日省法院党组书记、院长游劝荣表态,千万不要低估全省法院系统工作和干部队伍中存在的突出问题及其严重性,千万不要低估从严治党……为这口油锅扔进了一粒火星。但事实却一次次证明,搞“帮助故意隐匿或毁灭‘据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票’证据的犯罪分子逃避法律处罚案”是条不折不扣的不归路。殊不知,自作孽不可活,天网恢恢疏而不漏,等待这些司法败类的必将是法律之剑。果然该来的,始终还是来了。今后我们再也不做“忍者神龟”,再也不做“沉默的羔羊”的尊敬的湖北省高级法院院长游劝荣2019年7月22日强调要做到“六个追问”:一是出了什么问题?危害是什么?二是谁干的?还有谁参与?谁为主,谁为次?三是这个错误和问题纠正了没有?什么时候纠正的?如何纠正的?四是追责了没有?五是反思了没有?总结了教训没有?六是亡羊补牢了没有?建立完善了制度没有?全省法院要按照“六个追问”的要求,从严整治,严肃追责,以铁的纪律打造过硬审判队伍,为司法公正提供组织和纪律保障。游院长是在指极个别司法败类故意协助他人故意隐匿或毁灭“据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票”证据等“问题案件”吗?!还是指其它严重违反职业操守和类似套路手段的操作影响了司法的权威和司法的公信力的案件?光明从来无惧黑暗,正义必将压倒邪恶,法律定要严惩罪行。无论是蓄意预谋隐匿或毁灭“据以定罪量刑的涉案的0087048号原始发票”证据的参与者还是幕后的策划者、组织者和指挥者,审判就将来到。不让人省心的湖北省法院的沦陷却无人敢查,不仅是对其涉嫌犯罪活动的纵容和鼓励,更是对法制的亵渎和愚弄。谁之过?



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