Is Xi Jinping under house arrest?
Some are claiming he is on house arrest rumors but interesting article especially with military going to Beijing and everything else that’s going on in the world.
— 谢万军 Wanjun Xie (@wanjunxie) September 23, 2022
Reports that the column of military vehicles was 80km long heading towards Beijing
Beijing Airport canceled more than 6,000 domestic flights and international flights. Also, all tickets sold by the high-speed rail are suspended, and the rail is completely stopped until further notice.
For the last two years, there was no place like home for Chinese President Xi Jinping. He had not moved out of his home in Beijing and was not meeting any world leader, not even any prominent CCP leader.
However, on September 14th, the tyrant leader finally moved out of his home for an SCO meeting in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. After a hiatus of two years, Xi departed for Central Asia by a special flight and attended the 22nd Summit of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).
But, despite being the founding member of SCO, the Chinese leader did not actively participate in the summit. He didn’t give any memorable speech at the inauguration of the summit, nor did he meet Vladimir Putin, Narendra Modi, or any other major leader of the group on the sidelines of the summit.
Furthermore, he didn’t have an informal dinner with his bonhomie Putin due to “COVID-19 concerns”. It was later discovered that Xi had troubledly left for Beijing before the official winding up of the SCO Summit. Maybe he was worried and afraid about something huge and sinister.
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— Institute for China-America Studies (@icasDC) September 22, 2022
China’s military told to ‘resolutely do what the party asks it to do’
PLA Daily runs lengthy article telling soldiers to follow the party’s leadership and take ‘whatever risks and challenges’ are needed pic.twitter.com/Qp3hOZiEIC
— China Perspective (@China_Fact) September 23, 2022
Li Qiaoming attended the seminar in Xi’s absence sitting in the middle of the left group in the first row under the stage, next to #China Army Commander Liu Zhenli, which is the focus of the camera.
Something unusual is indeed going on in #China
The mass flight cancellations could be for military reasons as stated below, but It's not confirmed, or covid. There is no official explanation yet.
Rumors of a coup, power struggle, maybe, but nothing is clear or confirmed. pic.twitter.com/mAeo9iyzcy
— Indo-Pacific News – Geo-Politics & Military News (@IndoPac_Info) September 23, 2022
When meeting with former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger in New York, SC&FM Wang Yi said that “to defend even an inch of land, a country will not hesitate to sacrifice one thousand soldiers.” This old saying reflects the strong will and resolve of the Chinese people. pic.twitter.com/39SUfBUpQ6
— Zhang Heqing张和清 (@zhang_heqing) September 21, 2022