In a highly hyped-up international event that was choreographed as the model of unity and solidarity of China’s governance set-up it was indeed chilling to see China’s former leader, Unceremonious Exit Of Hu Jintao, being rather discreetly forced to leave the stage at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing during the Communist Party Congress is drawing global attention as people try to work out what had happened.
He was clearly unwilling to leave and was unceremoniously nudged and pushed by two young security personnel and when he touched president Xi Jinping on the arm as if pleading for his interference he was met with a cold response. This action recorded on camera spoke volumes about the hidden discord in the ranks of the Chinese ruling cabal though everything is reported to be normal.
There were recent reports of a coup against Xi Jinping but they were dismissed as rumors. It was also reported that there is great dissatisfaction over his Covid policy and that the housing policy of his government is in tatters. The sole measure through which communist regimes are judged in Beijing is economic advancement and his government has also failed in meeting up that standard. The Unceremonious Exit Of Hu Jintao appears to be the first high-ranking dissident and he has paid the price for dissenting. The Weekender