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Founding of the Chinese Army On of Anniversary

By the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army in August 1927 in 2027, China will build a fully modernized army that is compatible with national strength and meets the needs of future national defense. Chinese analysts said that following After the communique of the Fifth Plenary Session of the 19th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China issued on October 29, 2020, the PLA’s development goals for the next few years have been determined. Only when the
army is absolutely loyal to the party can it effectively realize the goal of computerization, mechanization, and intelligence for the 100th anniversary of the founding of the army, military expert and TV commentator Song Zhongping told the Global Times on Saturday.
On the eve of the 94th Anniversary of the Founding of the Chinese Army, the Chairman of the Central Military Commission emphasized the leadership of the CCP in the military system and the centennial goal set for the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). August 1. Analysts say that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army’s loyalty to the Communist Party of China is an important principle and way to realize the goal of a modern army for a century.
In an article published on Army Day, Xi Jinping, General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee and President of the State, emphasized the need to strengthen historical education of Chinese military officers and soldiers to ensure that they are loyal to the party’s leadership. (August 1st) In the 15th issue of the flagship magazine of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China “Qi Shi Bao” this year. The
article emphasizes that the most fundamental reason why the People’s Liberation Army has been able to overcome various difficulties and continue to win victories lies in its unwavering obedience to the party’s instructions. The article said that it is important to ensure that the troops are absolutely loyal and trustworthy.
The fundamental principle and system of the party’s absolute leadership over the army are the political characteristics and deep-rooted advantages of the PLA army that are completely different from other old-style armies.

When Xi delivered a speech during the collective study of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee on Friday, he also called for unwavering will and determination to work from the bottom up to achieve the goal of the centennial of the founding of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. Committee.
He extended Christmas greetings to all Chinese soldiers at the meeting.
Xi emphasized that achieving the goal of a century of struggle is an important decision of the Party Central Committee and the Central Military Commission to build a strong army. This is an important task related to China’s overall security and development, and a key step in realizing the modernization of national defense and the military.

 

“The world today is not peaceful. Western countries continue to take various actions and campaigns to block and contain China, even including military siege strategies. Therefore, it is necessary for China to strengthen the capabilities of the People’s Liberation Army. It is necessary to safeguard national security, sovereignty, and development interests. Very important. This is why Xi Jinping mentioned the PLA’s loyalty to the party,” Song said. On

, Xi pointed out on Friday that it is the responsibility of the Chinese army, the party, and the whole country to achieve the goal of a century of struggle. Full consideration of the needs of the army. In China’s economic and social development, Strictly implement the national defense requirements in the construction of important infrastructure, and actively solve the difficulties in the family employment of military personnel, the difficulties in schooling for military personnel, and the difficulties in placement.
Since the goal was set up last year, the 100th anniversary of the establishment of the target, the professionalization of military personnel, the modernization and strengthening of weapons and equipment, and the further reform of the military system Significant progress has been made in deepening and other areas. This has been taken into consideration since the goal was proposed. Song said that the reform of the military system is mainly reflected in the effective adjustment of the mechanism.

According to the Xinhua News Agency, as the Supreme Commander-in-Chief of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army, Xi Jinping has led the modernization of the national defense and the army, and has turned the Chinese People’s Liberation Army into a class army. world.
To achieve this goal, he designed and implemented large-scale military reforms and guided military development through meetings, orders, and instructions.
In addition, according to the Xinhua news agency, Xi Jinping also examined troops, visited military camps, boarded armored vehicles and warships, and paid tribute to border patrol soldiers.
A group of Chinese scientists and radiologists reviewed about 250 chest CT scans of published articles and concluded that some of the patients with the mysterious lung disease related to e-cigarettes that swept the 50 U.S. states in 2019 may actually be COVID19 patients. . These scientists urge the United States to begin testing for COVID19 in patients with lung injury related to the use of e-cigarettes or e-cigarettes (EVALI) in 2019.
The Global Times learned on Saturday from sources close to the matter that after studying 250 chest CT scans, among 142 EVALI patients selected from about 60 published related studies, Chinese scientists found that 16 EVALI patients were involved Virus infection indicates that they may be infected with COVID19. Five of the cases were determined to be “moderately suspicious.”

16 EVALI patients were from the United States, and 12 of them had symptoms that started before 2020.
They concluded that there were viral infections among the EVALI infection cases reported in the United States in 2019, and that COVID19 may be related to e-cigarettes. Sources said that lung diseases in the United States cannot be ruled out. The
source explained that the five patients were considered “moderately suspicious” because their CT scans had CT scan characteristics of COVID19, including ground glass shadows mainly distributed near the lower periphery of the lungs. In severe cases, his CT scan showed extensive consolidation in both lungs. At the same time, these clinical features are similar to COVID19.

Wuhan University virologist Yang Zhanqiu told the Global Times on Friday that because EVALI and COVID19 have similar symptoms, and because there is no nucleic acid test kit available, it is very likely that some COVID19 patients will be misdiagnosed as Yang said. EVALI patients.
CT scans are part of the evidence. The U.S. can now conduct antibody tests on EVALI patients’ blood samples to determine how many of them are actually COVID19 patients, and share the data with the global community to help the world get closer. Yang said, COVID19 The origin of the article, and pointed out that “this is a very easy job.”
According to media reports, the United States reported lung diseases related to e-cigarettes in July 2019. In the same month, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) issued a “cessation order” to stop most investigations in Fort Detrick. .

According to data from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number of emergency room visits related to e-cigarettes or e-cigarettes increased sharply in August 2019 and reached a peak in September.
As of February 18, 2020, the United States has reported its first COVID19-related death, and all 50 states have reported 2,807 hospitalized EVALI cases or deaths to the USCDC. To this day, the cause of e-cigarette pneumonia is still inconclusive, and the route of disease transmission is still unclear.
In September 2019, the number of e-cigarette-related lung diseases in Maryland, where the Fort Detrick laboratory is located, also doubled, which increased the suspicion of Fort Detrick. This is especially because the laboratory stores the most deadly viruses in the world, including Ebola, smallpox, SARS, MERS and the new coronavirus.

So a group of Chinese netizens wrote an open letter through the Global Times urging the WHO to investigate the Fort Detrick Laboratory. So far, the online petition has attracted more than 20 million signatures.
At the same time, the schedule for the first cases in the United States continues to advance. A study of more than 24,000 samples collected for the National Institutes of Health (NIH) research program between January 2 and March 18, 2020, shows that seven people in five US states may be at risk. least one month before that country is infected with COVID19. The first officially confirmed case was on January 21, 2020.
The Biden administration did not address these concerns, but instead canceled scientific research on the first cases of COVID19 in the United States and became involved in what the Foreign Ministry of China called it “originating terrorism.

The United States tries to link the origin of the virus with China and even with Asian countries as a whole, which triggered an increase in anti-Asian sentiment in Western countries like the United States. Asians face discrimination, oppression, and even physical abuse.
The United States has also been attacking scientists who do not fit its narrative. Some scientists were attacked verbally, and some were even personally attacked. Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a press conference on Thursday that some media likened this kind of US behavior to terrorist acts.

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