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China’s president’s daughter is at Harvard. That’s a big warning sign

Taiwan News, established in 1949, recently carried an article saying President Xi’s daughter, having graduated from Harvard in 2014, is now back there. And that it is likely for her own safety.  The safe space movement at Harvard peaked in 2016 and is still doing things to make its students feel less threatened.  But Xi Mingze would not feel threatened by old paintings of long -dead white men, as some other Harvard students are.

Her father charmed his way to the top job in China and once there consolidated his position by eliminating his rivals in an anti-corruption campaign.  Then he had himself made president for life. The next step for a Chinese dictator would be to establish a dynasty.  Chairman Mao had wanted to establish a dynasty, but his only son capable of the role, Mao Anying, was killed by a U.S. airstrike on November 25, 1950 during the Korean War.

For President Xi to start a dynasty, his only daughter has to get married.  At 27, she is of the age when she should get married.  But it can’t be to someone of peasant stock. […]

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