China announces closing date for party congress

BEIJING Wed Nov 7, 2012 5:07am EST

People walk in front of a screen showing propaganda displays near the Great Hall of the People at Beijing's Tiananmen Square, November 7, 2012. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

People walk in front of a screen showing propaganda displays near the Great Hall of the People at Beijing's Tiananmen Square, November 7, 2012.

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BEIJING (Reuters) - China's 18th Communist Party Congress, which opens on Thursday and will introduce a new generation of leaders, will last seven days and close on Nov 14, a party spokesman said on Wednesday.

President Hu Jintao is widely expected to give up his position as head of the party to anointed successor Vice President Xi Jinping at the end of the congress.

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DeanMJackson wrote:
The sub-caption reads, “China’s 18th Communist Party Congress, which opens on Thursday and will introduce a new generation of leaders, will last seven days and close on Nov 14, a party spokesman said on Wednesday.”

The Chinese Communist Party will undoubtedly extend its congress to address the failure of the “Long-Range Policy” (LRP), thanks to its disclosure to the general public by Dean Michael Jackson. In fact, Vladimir Putin’s “back trouble” is a cover, a pretext for his upcoming secretive absence from Moscow to attend the emergency congress in China.

Signed onto in 1960 by all Communist nations, the LRP was seen as the only credible strategy that had a reasonable chance of success in defeating the West. However, in 1960 there was no way one could know the future arrival of the Internet and its power to reveal at one posting the Communists’ “Best Laid Plans…” for all the freedom-loving world to know.

To the Communist Party of China and the USSR:

Surrender.

Surrender in the USSR and China will entail:

(1) the resignations of all Soviet-era or current Communist Party members still in power in the USSR (and their relatives, to be defined later), and in China the resignations of all Chinese Communist Party members from all levels of government;

(2) the immediate opening for NATO examination of KGB intelligence files for the disclosure of Communist agents in positions of power or influence within the media/religious institutions of the USSR, and in China the immediate opening for NATO examination of Ministry of State Security intelligence files for the disclosure of Communist agents in positions of power or influence within the media/religious institutions of China;

(3) the handover to NATO of Russia’s and China’s nuclear/biological/chemical/environmental/genetic military weapons; and

(4) the destruction of Lenin’s tomb and the burial of Lenin’s body.

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