Dictatorship Endangers World: Proof By Coronavirus!

Xi and his dictatorship should resign: they are fatally dangerous to the world, not just their kingdom, and not just this virus. They are the virus. Clearly the police and secret state Xi built has contributed directly to the mayhem in Hubei, now extending worldwide.

Xi’s dictatorship stealthily rose, and now steers China, as if increasingly again under Mao’s dictatorship. But Mao had excuses (such as fascist Japan’s invasion of China), which Xi doesn’t have. We have seen that debate before: when the Roman Republic vacillated under corruption, sole Consul Pompeius Magnus made bribes unlawful, retroactively, over twenty years. At the time many advocated that the Republic should be ruled by just one man (as happened soon after). However, once again, Xi doesn’t have that excuse. His knowledge of the COVID19 epidemic without telling the public about it is revealing. What other doomsday machine does Xi have up his sleeve?

The first known case was December First 2019. Xi now claims he gave a (secret) talk about the virus January 7. Right. Tell me, Xi, how did that help, that secrecy? How are people supposed to take precautions against catching the disease, or transmitting it, when only Xi and his accomplices know about it?

As I explained, in the case of the very society which invented the concept of Open Society, a closed society fosters illness. In an open society, this cases in early December could have led to nipping the epidemic in the bud… Instead, lying about the existence of the epidemic became a state mission in the next 6 weeks. Those not cooperating were punished. Apparently individuals reporting dismal conditions in Hubei healthcare are Xi-disappeared.

Pluto-cracy, Pluto-kratia = Evil-Rule! Xi is very self-satisfied, as all dictators are: it comes with the job, be it only to persuade the slaves that all is best in the best possible world. He got the job from his father’s position. Such individuals, steeped in prerogative and crime, are the world’s ultimate danger.

Xi said: “Our progress will not be halted by any storms and tempests.” yes, but a pandemic could stop you, dictator. Pericles was judged in Athens, 2,450 years ago, for his mishandling of Athenian society, forcing people to live in a way which caused a devastating epidemic (during a war Pericles partly instigated).

Xi’s father, Xi Zhongxun (15 October 1913 – 24 May 2002) was a Chinese communist revolutionary and a subsequent political official in the People’s Republic of China. He belongs the first generation of Chinese leadership.

So here we just don’t have a dictatorship a la Hitler, or Mussolini, but an hereditary fiefdom. A most traditional, most obdurate form of plutocracy.

Xi’s model of government, where one brain decides of all, as if it were an emperor from 2,000 years ago, is thoroughly obsolete: it condemns China to be led by one tiny nervous system instead of a great collective mind. Dictatorship of one, advocated by Marx, is fundamentally the antithesis of collectivism, ironically enough. Come to think of it, Marx, irritated by the lost of value of his wealthy father’s vineyard, was formed, as Jew, under the Prussian dictatorship. Dictatorship, he was told when very young, was the way to get things done. If things to be done consist into oppressing most people, dictatorship is perfect. If things to be done imply progress of the mind, then Direct Democracy is the way to go, direct observation of Athens, or of the Roman Republic, or the English republic-in-disguise, and of the French and US republics, and basic logic, show. 

Although the 1982 constitution guarantees freedom of speech, the Chinese government often uses the “subversion of state power” and “protection of state secrets” clauses in their law system to imprison those who criticize the government.

This total dictator Xi is now hiding from the Coronavirus pandemic, and behind his Prime Minister, Li, which his own practice of the state caused. Xi views the state as a conduit to his power, instead of an intelligent, all-knowing substrate for an all empowered society. That state fascism has proven a danger to the entire world. Out!

And this is a world lesson: we need information, to feed our meditation, thus the Direct Democracy which requires it. Hence freedom of information is another motivation for Direct Democracy! The West showed the way of Marxist dictatorship which China revendicates. The West should raise the bar by going to Direct Democracy. THAT would be coming back full throttle to humanity as it evolved, that is, as it is meant to be.

Patrice Ayme



P/S 1: This is a follow up, and pretty much iteration of the more detailed essay:



P/S 2: See New York Times: “Her Grandmother Got the Coronavirus. Then So Did the Whole Family.
What kind of government is this? asks a family of three generations sickened by the new virus and desperate for care in Wuhan, the Chinese city at the center of the outbreak.”

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10 Responses to “Dictatorship Endangers World: Proof By Coronavirus!”

  1. indravaruna Says:

    How much the Jews are paying you to shill for them? By 2030 China will be the new world power and Palestine will be controlled by Arabs again. You’re a French faggot.


    • Gmax Says:

      Patrice: it looks like this crazed maniac who comments sometimes here is paid by the CHINESE communists


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      I obviously don’t need to be paid, differently from you. Let me thank you for showing us how blind and ridiculous hatred works to harness discourse… Even if it is, as in your case, a bundle of ridiculous little hatreds. Faggot = a bundle of sticks or twigs bound together as fuel… Obsessed by homosexuality, Judaism, and France. There sure is no medical treatment… Beats Trump Derangement Syndrome…


  2. Gmax Says:

    Did you read the New York Times on French elite raping children? Any comments


    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      Yes, lots to say I have… But days have only 24 hours. I view the sex-with-children obsession or tolerance of lots of French elite directly related to their Islamophilia and general socio-economic mismanagement of the country in the last 40 years, including the incredible support of French president Mitterrand for the child rapist author in 1983, in a signed public letter…


  3. ianmillerblog Says:

    Xi is not necessarily the problem, but the system is. Apparently, there are several layers of government, (local, major city region, state, central) and each one has a rule about how many sick can occur before he next upper level is informed. Various officials really do not want the central government investigating their affairs, so there is a strong incentive not to report until you have to.


    • Gmax Says:

      This is the problem with dictatorship, it trickles down. Xi is the symbol of what’s wrong, yes. Xi is the guy blocking any change. He is much more dictatorial than the two guys before him. Remember Chernobyl


  4. ronaldscheckelhoff Says:

    Neither collectivism nor direct democracy has a ghost of a chance to free the minds of the people. The only thing that will work is representative government minus the corruption (yes, that’s pie in the sky, I know). Marx probably had some ideas that would have appealed to Henry David Thoreau – because Thoreau saw the tyranny that exists when everything is owned by somebody else, or a bunch of somebody else(s).

    The problem that Thoreau wouldn’t have appreciated is that a Communist government will either be arbitrary about what to do with “the commons” – or will just put out “the commons” as an exclusive resource for all of the connected (read privileged) of their system. It then acts almost exactly like plutocracy. Same old, same old.

    Thoreau was affronted by the idea that he sometimes couldn’t roam about the countryside without (technically) needing to get permission from every little landowner along the way (they had private roads in those days). I have over the past few years taken to the habit of walking almost daily (typically 5-8 miles). It soon becomes apparent what are the trials and tribulations of homeless people – because you are technically constrained to a two foot width of sidewalk, mostly without benches for taking the occasional respite, for miles on end.

    You end up travelling in point – to – point fashion, where the only areas you are really free to use are the tiny postage stamps of your origination (your house maybe), and then your destination, the both of which are connected by narrow, sometimes painful little threads of torture/travel that you must endure. Thoreau rebelled at this idea – especially because – in his day, vast expanses of land were owned by people who never even traveled through them or used them for much of anything.

    He was known for plucking the occasional apple from the unknown landlord’s estate without much thought about the matter.

    I have to admit, in China the common areas are a little more accessible without hassle than in other countries (but not by much – and access is arbitrary).



    • Patrice Ayme Says:

      “Neither collectivism nor direct democracy has a ghost of a chance to free the minds of the people. The only thing that will work is representative government minus the corruption”
      Power corrupts, so representatives, in a democracy, are automatically corrupt. Look at AOC wardrobe for illustration.
      Freedom comes from exertion. In Direct Democracy, people are assuming kratia (power). It’s like exerting a muscle. A mental muscle.

      Other thing: we have collectivism, already. Take a freeway, under skies ordered by ATC, Air Traffic Control, to go to the VA or your local Medicare provider to check… or the local hyper market….


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