A Critical Moment - The Play Beyond Hong Kong Umbrellas Print
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Monday, 06 October 2014 00:33

Hong Kong students have been protesting on the streets for days. What led them to this and what was the intention of Beijing that triggered this situation? As in many cases in recent years in China, many Chinese have another viewpoint in which to see the situation.

In the past three years, since Xi Jinping became the leader of China, despite the ongoing chaos of thousands of cases against corrupt communist officials, there is a much more fierce process ongoing among the top heads of the communist party. The most dramatic turn was when the former police chief Wang Lijun, the ‘right arm’ of Bo Xilai, disguised as a woman, ran into the American consulate in Chengdu on 6th Feb 2012. The plans to topple Xi Jinping by Bo Xilai, Zhou Yongkang and the faction leader Jiang Zemin were disclosed, and Jiang’s faction was forced to abandon their plan and face investigation by Xi Jinping’s faction.

Along with Bo Xilai, and Zhou Yongkang, thousands of central and local leaders aligned to Jiang Zemin’s faction were arrested following disclosure of their corruption. But Jiang’s faction has not just sat on their hands whilst this was happening. The faction is using the so-called method of “beyond the limit”, mobilizing all resources trying to overrun Xi Jinping. These plans included the mass murder in Kunming railway station on March 1, 2014, which killed 30 people and injured more than 100; the Xinjiang explosions, and even the disappearance of MH370 may be well connected to Jiang’s plan.

Jiang's plan

The independent Chinese news media, DajiYuan,  ran a special editorial on “Why the killing by Jiang’s faction were still not being disclosed by Xi Jinping?”. This article was quickly spread among Chinese bloggers and echoed by many Chinese scholars.

Here are some excerpts:

It is certain that Jiang Zemin, Zhou Yongkang, Zeng Qinghong (intro), and their gang want to create more chaos for China both internally and internationally, and conduct more mass killings to stir unrest in China, create a negative image of China internationally, and finally push the present Chinese leader, Xi Jinping from the stage so that Jiang’s faction can try to regain power.

On March 19th, 2012, 4 days after Bo Xilai was detained, Zhou Yongkang organized a coup in Zhongnanhai, trying to take control of an important witness,  Xu Ming who was organizing money transfers for Bo Xilai, and also trying to assassinate Hu Jingtao, but the coup failed.

Most major domestic and international events that took place in recent years, such as the air defence zone of the East China Sea, and disputes in the South China Sea, have drawn huge international attention, and the incident of the American fighter plane that narrowly avoided collision when vigorously challenged by a Chinese plane, have all been queried by analysts who assert that those events were tied to Jiang’s faction as Jiang and Zhou Yongkang had appointed many officers in the military and many officials in all central departments of Beijing in the past decade.

On first March 2014, at Kunming railway station, 4 persons possessing military demeanour, dressed in black uniforms, and carrying knives, killed over 30 people, with more than 100 injured. According to insider information from Beijing, the original plan (organized by Zeng Qinghong) was to organize mass murder in 5 cities in China almost simultaneously, similar actions as at Kunming railway station, to cause chaos and fear, but for some reason the actions in 4 other cities did not go ahead.

Also, in Hong Kong, the ‘Youth Relations Association’, (a special group set up by the Chinese security service, comprised of communist spies and gangsters to destabilise Hong Kong society when needed)  openly used violence towards Falun Gong practitioners and supporters.

On February 26, the Chief Editor of Hong Kong Mingpao News, Liu Jintu, was brutally stabbed and hospitalized with serious injuries, later, insider information from Hong Kong police confirmed that it was Zeng Qinghong, Jiang Zemin’s man, who organised this attempted murder. (Note: Zeng Qinghong, as the leader of the Central Hong Kong and Macao Work Coordination Group  has formed a very well knitted network in Hong Kong: many new ‘private’ multimillion dollar companies have been set up in Hong Kong, with many of the CEO's now disclosed to be directly connected with the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) or even the Public Security Bureau.)

Those events were organized by Jiang’s faction to put pressure on Xi Jingping regarding the way in which the crimes of of Zhou Yongkang were to be treated.
More recently, Zhang Dejiang, also a major player in Jiang’s faction, the present leader of the Central Hong Kong and Macao Work Coordination Group, issued political reform proposals for Hong Kong, officially depriving Hong Kong people of democratic elections, fanning the conflicts, and triggering a popular backlash, causing unprecedented tension in Hong Kong.

What was the situation before Xi Jinping took the top seat in communist China?

Jiang Zemin had to step down as the Chinese communist leader in 2002, and Hu Jingtao took his position, but Hu did not really have the power during his time as China's leader. After Jiang stepped down, Zeng Qinghong and Luo Gan, both loyal to Jiang were the persons holding the power in China before the communist party’s 18th meeting; and after that, Zhou Yongkang held the real  power in China.

Jiang had set up the Central Political and Legislative Committee, which gave it power parallel to, or even surpassing the Central Committee of the Communist Party.

Jiang also set up a special department, called the "610 office” which orchestrated the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners with detention, brainwashing, torture and systematic organ harvesting of live Falun Gong practitioners.

Jiang has been the "power behind the throne" ever since his ‘retirement’. The only major work he had done during his reign was organizing the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners in China, with hundreds of thousands of people being routinely detained and tortured, and more than 500 million people directly affected (relatives of the practitioners). The signal was sent out far and wide, against “truthfulness, compassion and tolerance”, principles of Falun Gong.

Jiang and his gangsters ran the country similarly to a mafia controlled state, so whoever was willing to kill; willing to be loyal to Jiang in continuing the persecution of Falun Gong would be a suitable leader.

Why was Xi Jinping arranged as the Chinese leader 3 years ago?

Xi Jinping, was a transitional figure chosen by Jiang's original group, as establishing a successor is a sophisticated political operation with candidates needing to gain acceptance from the party’s many factions and interest groups. XI, as a low-key candidate with no obvious factions, was accepted by all the parties for the time being.  Bo Xilai was the successor that Jiang wanted.

But fate is decided by the heavens as Chinese say. Wang Lijun ran into the US consulate; disclosed their secrets; and the US told Xi Jinping of the coup; Bo Xilai was stood aside; the coup failed before it started.

Certainly Jiang’s faction did try many times to assassinate Xi Jinping, after Bo Xilai was arrested, but failed. But they have not stopped creating terror and chaos. Jiang Zemin and Zeng Qinghong believe that creating terror and chaos to force Xi Jinping to step down is the only way they may survive.

The possibility exists that Jiang’s plan may succeed

The questions are: Will Xi Jinping be forced to follow Jiang’s plan? Will Xi’s leadership team want to abandon the vicious tyranny of communist rule in China?

It seems that at present, Xi is using the anti-corruption flag to purge Jiang's gang, and it is very close to the arrest of Jiang and Zeng Qinhong.

But to disclose the terrorist acts and killings by Jiang Zemin and Zeng Qinhong will also lead to many other communist party leaders who took part in the crimes being arrested. It is a huge group of criminals.

It will be also be essential to disclose to people around the world that the reason that Jiang’s faction will do anything to stay in power is to avoid being prosecuted for crimes against humanity for the genocide of Falun Gong practitioners.

How is Xi Jinping going to explain to the world that the communist party under Jiang used their propaganda machine to produce lies about Falun Gong to justify the persecution?

How is he going to explain that the Communist Party has conducted state sanctioned harvesting of organs from living Falun Gong practitioners, for profit?

These are issues that Xi needs to address properly. If Xi does not dare to face this situation, fighting anti-corruption will be futile within the party.

Xi may be forced to go through with Jiang’s plans, being dragged down by the plots of Jiang's life and death struggle.

Some Chinese writers and bloggers who are known to belong to Jiang’s faction have openly sent out messages on the web such as: “If you throw us out, than terror, killing and chaos is the cost; we crash and burn in the same boat. Will you be ready to do so?”

This is an open challenge to the human race. For example, the missing Malaysia MH370 plane - how many countries and international media have openly questioned China about the case, and how much information related to the disappearance of the plane is still withheld?

The crimes of Jiang under the banner of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) are a challenge to the leader of China, Xi Jinping, and also a challenge to world leaders.

A choice: profit or conscience; support humanity or genocide.  A question that has been posed by millions of Falun Gong followers for years, and that hundreds of thousands of Hong Kong students,  and billions of Chinese people are answering now.

Related information:

The Secrets of Zeng Qinghong: Part I

The Secrets of Zeng Qinghong: Part II

Son of China's former vice-president Zeng Qinghong remakes Sydney mansion

Hong Kong thugs used to beat protesting students.

Original article in Chinese by Dajiyuan