What Chinese Say
About Premier Wen Jiabao's address
to a national auditing work conference
in Beijing on 24 December
in which He asked the auditors to "Rectify
oneself before rectifying anyone else", "Do not
compromise your principle" and "Have courage to
tackle tough stuff":
faced man jumped out again to humiliate Chinese people's
intelligence [very much like
his henchmen from falungong -
a terrorist organization specialised in mental extortion
both online and on street - Multipletext].
I think Premier Wen is
in a panic mood. He knew there is no way he can ever be cleaned
of the corruption
accusations, so he comes out to say "rectify yourself
before rectifying someone else" - He is threatening
anyone who might attempt to investigate the corruption allegations
against him. Are you clean yourself? If not in what capacity
you should judge me?
The overwhelming calls from the general public to investigate
into his 27-billions case makes him nuts.
These couple of days economist Zhang (one
most corrupted economists - Multipletext) went
to public proposing not to prosecute anyone who stole public
assets before November 2012. It's obvious he is trying
to help Wen to escape the consequence.
Jiabao's facial skin is thicker than the Great
Someone here already got an answer about how to rectify
oneself before rectifying anyone else: investigate yourself
before investigating anyone else.
These two phrases make a perfect couplet.
I've also got an intel for the couplet: A
chief cries "stop chief".