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Just hours after one employee's supposed scoop this morning, Hong Kong-based iSunAffairs is already back with what they say is an exclusive straight from one of Xi Jinping's family members, presumably among other sources. Not only does Xi seem to be in perfect health, but:
Xi Jinping set to launch political reforms with position and health intact
ISun Affairs has been able to confirm in this exclusive report, following direct and indirect contact with sources that include his family members, that Xi Jinping is and remains in perfect health, and is now busy working behind the scenes to orchestrate unprecedented political reforms set to be introduced during the upcoming 18th CCP national congress.
The explanation given for his absence throughout September at several diplomatic meetings is that Xi made the decision not to attend himself, although views on the matter remain mixed.
Yesterday, iSunAffairs received what is believed to be a text message from one of Xi’s family members who writes that Xi is: “Fine, all is well, rest assured.”
Information received by iSunAffairs is now sufficient to prove that a report first published by Reuters on September 7 regarding Xi’s meeting with Hu Deping and the former’s intention to accelerate economic reforms is credible and accurate.
Between the replacement early this month of director of the General Office of the CPC Central Committee and the official disclosure of information regarding Xi’s meeting with Hu, it is now believed that Xi Jinping has established overall control of the CCP Central Committee, and obtained the support of Party elders, offspring of past and present Party leaders (‘hongerdai’), intellectuals, and the current military leadership. Political reforms introduced at the upcoming 18th Party congress will be implemented faster than people can anticipate, and economic reforms expanded with more force than can be imagined.
This sounds much better than Xi with a broken back heart attack. But there is a difference between political reforms and political system reform, so when will we know for sure?