習近平は中国共産党創立100周年を記念して中国がいじめられることはないと警告している

中国は「神聖な説教」や外国軍からのいじめを許可しません, そして、「によって鍛造された鋼の壁との衝突コースに自分自身を見つけるでしょう。 1.4 十億人」, その大統領, 習近平, has said on the centenary of the Chinese Communist party.

In a speech before a crowd of 70,000 in Tiananmen Square in Beijing, Xi praised the ruling party for lifting 中国 out of poverty and humiliation, and pledged to expand China’s military and influence.

Standing at the Gate of Heavenly Peace above a portrait of Mao Zedong, Xi said the era of China being bullied was “gone forever”.

“We will not accept sanctimonious preaching from those who feel they have the right to lecture us," 彼は言った. “We have never bullied, oppressed, or subjugated the people of any other country, and we never will.”

“By the same token we will never allow anyone to bully, oppress, or subjugate [中国]. Anyone who tries will find them on a collision course with a steel wall forged by 1.4 billion people.”

His fiery statements were met with rapturous applause by the tens of thousands of Chinese Communist party (CCP) members in attendance.

The CCP wields absolute rule over 1.4 billion people and one of the world’s largest economies but China is also an increasingly isolated member of the international community due to its human rights abuses and actions towards regional neighbours such as Taiwan, India and others who dispute China’s claims in the South China Sea.

In his speech, Xi said a strong country must have a strong military to guarantee the security of the nation, and the People’s Liberation Army had made “indelible achievements”. It was a “strong pillar” for safeguarding the country and preserving national dignity, sovereignty and development interests, not just in 中国 but in the region “and beyond”, 彼は言った.

The party must maintain “absolute leadership” over the military, which must be grown and elevated “to world-class standards”, 彼は言った.

Xi reiterated longstanding pledges to “restore” Taiwan. The CCP has never ruled over Taiwan but considers it to be a breakaway province of China that must be unified, by force if necessary. Xi said this remained an “unshakeable commitment”.

“No one should underestimate the resolve, the will and ability of the Chinese people to define their national sovereignty and territorial integrity," 彼は言った.

Xi’s speech charted the history of the CCP from its origins in Shanghai in 1921, to its place today, declaring it had achieved its first centenary goal of building a “moderately prosperous society in all respects”, and claiming to have eradicated poverty.

“We eliminated the exploitative feudal system that had persisted in 中国 for thousands of years and established socialism," 彼は言った. “The Chinese people are not only good at destroying an old world, but also good at building a new world. Only socialism can save China, and only socialism with Chinese characteristics can develop 中国.」

Xi said without the party there would be no new China, and it had “profoundly transformed the advancement of the Chinese nation”.

“It is the foundation and lifeblood of the party and the country, and the crux upon which the interests and wellbeing of all Chinese people depend.”

Xi has cemented his eight-year rule through a personality cult, ending term limits and declining to anoint a successor. He has purged rivals and crushed dissent – from Uyghur Muslims and online critics to pro-democracy protests on Hong Kong’s streets.

The centenary celebrations have been a highly orchestrated affair, with little prior announcement of what was on the cards. Thursday’s event began with dozens of military helicopters and jets, including the J-20 stealth fighters, flying in formation through Beijing’s skies, trailing flags and coloured smoke over Tiananmen Square, どこ 56 cannon – representing the 56 ethnic groups of China – were fired 100 タイムズ.

先週, Chinese flags blossomed overnight in Beijing neighbourhoods, and Tiananmen Square was closed to the public. Surveillance and security measures increased. ロイター 報告 police officers doorknocking to check household registrations and the number of occupants, tightened censorship directives at Bytedance and Baidu, and bans on some online traders shipping flammable products.

Thursday also marks the 24th anniversary of the handover of former British colony Hong Kong to China, a date once met with mass demonstrations against Beijing. Thousands of police were deployed in an effort to prevent a repeat of protests on Thursday, which also marked one year and one day since the implementation of the national security law, a draconian legal tool which authorities have been accused of wielding to crush dissent and opposition.

“The CCP can go to hell,” a Hongkonger who gave his name only as Ken told AFP. “Anything that’s worthwhile, they destroy.”

Agence France-Presse contributed to this report

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