Although things may seem in control, China still needs to incline more and more towards democracy, and this would mean western democracy. Its a tough call but the actions of the people seem louder than before. Wei Wei is still in the lock up and people aren’t happy. They demand freedom, the real freedom the westerners enjoy.
To some extent we know that the western model of democracy is still glitched but it still is miles ahead of what China has and its ideas of freedom. As the world fights for its freedom of rule and power, Chinese citizens to some extent have found the courage to oppose the Chinese officials. Surely it has no scale compared to the middle east infection, but its a cough and cold that if unchecked could amass a larger support group, something the ruling party isn’t looking forward to. Why now? What for? – its a fairly simple answer. People wish to form parties with their own ideologies that integrate the world at larger scale with China. They wish to learn more languages and travel more than they do. They wish to publish and English and be recognized world wide for the work they engage in.
Its sufficient to say that there is defect in the people’s thoughts to that from what the government wishes China to be, but this much is sure, they have and excellent economic mechanism in place, but people are general in a mood of discontent and being controlled and being told what do is not what they want. It seems the government is fixing leaks like London plumbers do, quick and expensive, however not durable.
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