No More Chinese Communist Party

June 14, 2010

Chinese leaders revive Marxist orthodoxy [Asia Times Online]

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Cadres responsible for ideology and the media are sparing no efforts to push forward President Hu’s slogans about “Sinicizing and popularizing Marxism” as a means to ensuring socio-political stability and promoting national cohesiveness. At a recent forum on “Promoting Popular Contemporary Chinese Marxism”, director of the CCP Propaganda Department Liu Yunshan urged cadres to “deeply grasp the laws of Marxist development, and to better arm the entire party – and educate the people – with the theoretical system of Chinese socialism”. “We must take hold of the people through better [use of] the latest fruits of the Sinicization of Marxism,” said Liu, a conservative commissar who is also member of the CCP politburo.
Ideologues and propagandists have, since the winter, been waging a campaign that is focused on “distinguishing four boundaries”. In a nutshell, party commissars are demanding that China’s intellectuals, particularly college teachers and students, make clear-cut distinctions between four sets of values.

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