July 6, 2011 by staff
Jiang Zemin, Is it or is not it? Around 11 pm on July 5 of the blogosphere in China was listed on rumors that Jiang Zemin, former leader of the People, had died. At midnight, local searches on this topic have become very popular. But within half an hour, the heavy hand of China’s censors declined. Search by word of Chinese in relation to the death, even without being paired with the name of Jiang, Orwell returned message: “In accordance with the policies and laws, no search results are displayed below.”
So Jiang dead? Gossip about 84 years of age, ill health has been circulating for some time, and that was not presented to the mega-celebration of the 90th anniversary of the Communist Party of China on July 1, further fueled speculation. (In 2009, Jiang joined the celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the Republic.)
With his owl glasses and penchant for funny clothes abroad, a ccked hat in Williamsburg was just one of his blunders fashion-Jiang was easy to dismiss as an imitation of their ancestors clown powerful Mao Zedong and Deng Xiaoping. The disappointed with their abstruse Three Represents ideology, even after propaganda campaign throughout the country many Chinese are still confused as to what is really meant. However, during the 1990, Jiang was able to hold together the party and did not tolerate dissent, whether religious groups like Falun Gong or the Liberals in the ranks of the leadership of China. He oversaw the modernization of China at a time when doomsayers predicted that some of the country’s economic collapse. Memory and boasts a stunning covering the ability to recite the Gettysburg Address and speak basic Romanian.
Perhaps most important in an autocratic country, Jiang knew when to let go. At the end of their terms as President, Secretary General of the Communist Party and president of the Central Military Commission, Jiang handed over the reins to Hu Jintao, avoiding public fights that had plagued previous leadership transitions in China. Although his death is possible to create a frenzy of Internet, Jiang will remain remembered as a man who knew how to make a graceful exit.
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