Subject: Is election the fail-safe way to good governance ...or just an illusion ? China has a better system.
On Feb 2, 6:04 pm, "Chairman Mao , expert" wrote:
> Chinese in China don ' t even have a chance to cast votes .
You are wrong...and ignorant.
Chinese DO have a chance to cast votes….in provincial (or
States) elections. All grass-root leaders and Congressmen are
elected by the Chinese people.
An election is NEVER a sure way to ensure only good
leaders are appointed as rulers. Everywhere around the
world (including the USA) leaders elected by popular
votes turned out to bad rulers....not the kind of leaders
expected by the voters...
The leaders elected by popular votes somehow turned bad, ...
They failed to keep their campaign promises, they become
dictator.. they become a proxy(puppet) of a foreign power,
of powerful business companies, of special interest groups.
The idea that popularly elected leaders are good leaders..
is an illusion.
China has adopted a better system.... The Chinese model
of selecting leaders has resulted in good governance for
over 30 years.
China's system work this way: after being elected in
provincial election, the grass-root leaders with good
potentials are tested in higher positions...
If they proved themselves worthy, they are appointed as
junior leaders in the central (Federal) government….and
tested repeated again.
On leaders with good track records, proven leadership
talent and proven abilities are appointed to be ministers,
and best proven leader is appointed, the President.
This new system has served China well.