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6-9: State-Terrorism Overseas
Reply #20 on: 8:14 pm Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Six: Persecution Of Faith
9: State-Terrorism Overseas

After the persecution began, Jiang Zemin tried to extradite Falun Gong’s founder to China, even by offering a reduction of 500 million dollars in trade-surplus but failed. Next, Zeng Qinghong secretly issued an assassination order to the network of Chinese agents. The Ministry of State Security, and the General Staff Dept. of the PLA jointly set up a special task force, which was specifically in charge of learning the whereabouts of Falun Gong’s founder, Master Li Hongzhi, as well as recruiting and training killers, to prepare for the assassination of Master Li.

In December 2000, Jiang learned that Mr. Li was going to Taiwan to speak before his students. In light of that, Zeng Qinghong dispatched personnel to Taiwan, to secretly make contact with local criminal underworld organizations. Zeng planned assassination by offering several million dollars to assassins in Taiwan. Since Falun Gong’s founder knew about their intentions, at the last minutes he announced the cancellation of his visit to Taiwan. As a result, Jiang spent the money in vain and outraged.

Jiang was frustrated and went even further by issuing military orders to the task force, demanding Falun Gong founder be killed at all cost, including at the expense of human lives.
Jiang approved the expenditure of 5 hundred thousand dollars to recruit women to form a suicide team, following the example of the Liberation Tiger of Tamil in Sri Lanka. The women were trained as human bombs, and were prepared to be dispatched to America. When Falun Gong’s founder attended the Experience Sharing Conferences, they would pretend to be Falun Gong practitioners, approach the founder, and attempt to detonate the bombs on their bodies.

In 2001 Jiang obtained a confidential report stating that Falun Gong practitioners would hold a conference on Jan. 13 and 14 in Hongkong, and Falun Gong’s founder would come to make a speech on the 14. Jiang immediately issued a secret order: to seize the opportunity at all cost for assassination in the territory under his own control. Right away, the PLA General Staff Dept. , the Ministry of State Security and the Public Security Bureau coordinated to created an assassination plan, code-named”1-1-4″. Nearly all the underworld organizations in Hongkong and Macau, were involved in the plan under the CCP’s coercion and allurement.  But, on Jan. 14, Falun Gong’s founder did not show up. The spies became restless with anxiety. Finally, when the conference was close to its end, the organizer of the conference read a greeting, transmitted from America by Falun Gong’s founder to the conference’s audience.
The assassination plan had once again failed.

Only then, did Jiang and Zeng realized that Falun Gong’s founder knew very well about their assassination plot.

With repeated failures of assassination attempts, Jiang grew more and more fearful. His task force furthermore fell apart, and its members kept meeting with inexplicable accidents.
Assassination attempts ended without any result.

Ever since the Falun Gong experience-sharing conference in Los Angeles in 2000, Mr. Li has taken part in nearly all large scale activities in America, and has often spent a lot of time answering questions for his students.

Since the start of Jiang’s persecution of Falun Gong, Falun Gong followers around the world have been subjected to frequent harassments, and threats by CCP spies. Two of the CCP’s former officials, Chen Yongling and Hao Fengjun, chose to leave the dark past behind, and seek refuge in Australia. They exposed all kinds of scandalous inside stories about CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong.
They advised all the CCP’s spies overseas, surrender himself or herself, otherwise, they would submit the spy list in their possession, to the local governments.

Chen Yonglin and Hao Fengjun stated that China has a formidable spy network operating overseas. There are over one thousand CCP spies in Australia and Canada, respectively.
They exposed the CCP’s dirty deeds against Falun Gong overseas, utilizing all kinds of spy strategies and technology. The evidence confirmed China’s extension of state terrorism from domestic to overseas.

Every time when Jiang Zemin took a tour overseas, the Chinese consulate would pay the local Chinese to join the carefully engineered cheering crowd, to block the demonstrating Falun Gong practitioners and their banners.

When visiting Germany in 2004, Jiang was so afraid the sight of yellow and blue clothing, trademark colors of the demonstrating Falun Gong practitioners, that he made a request to the German police, that the two colors be kept out of his sight. He was so suspicious and fearful, that he asked the police to weld the sewer lids shut, along the route his convoy was to travel. Jiang didn’t dare to enter or leave his hotel through the front entrance, instead, he used the garbage-exit.
He frequently changed his schedule and routes, causing frustration and drawing complaints from his hosts. Jiang Zemin had overseas Falun Gong practitioner’s name list collected, and requested his host countries to bar these Falun Gong practitioners from entering the countries.

Before he arrived in Iceland, Jiang pressed the Icelandic government to do so. The move triggered a dramatic protest against Jiang by thousands of local residents.

On the day of Jiang’s arrival, Iceland’s largest newspaper ran a four-page ad, offering an apology to Falun Gong practitioners by 450 people including parliamentarians, making quite a stir in Iceland. Its title, in 3 large Chinese characters, says “Sorry”. The subtitle in Icelandic that reads: “An apology to Falun Gong practitioners”. The statement reads: “The Icelandic government made an erroneous decision by yielding to the dictator, Jiang Zemin, and barring Falun Gong practitioners entering the island for peaceful protests, the Icelandic people feel ashamed of that decision, and express their apology to all Falun Gong practitioners.”

Another phenomenon that followed Jiang as he traveled, be it to Germany, Iceland, or the United States, was cold winds and dark clouds. During his stay in Iceland, Jiang visited a world famous fountain near the capital. The moment Jiang arrived, half the water columns springing from the fountain became black with filth and dirt. While the sky corresponding to the other half was covered with dark clouds. One local resident exclaimed: “I have never seen such black water coming out of that fountain!”

Post Merge:  6:50 pm Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Six: Persecution Of Faith
10: False Fire

One year had passed since Jiang Zemin started the persecution of Falun Gong. Many lies and smears had been spread, and slews of attacking articles had been broadcasted. However, from the central government to local citizenry, all were against the crackdown. Jiang began to grow worried, with depression setting in. He had experienced a heart attack, and being taken to the Hospital 301. Even in his hospital bed, Jiang was thinking about one question: “How to turn the public sentiments against the so-called evil cult of Falun Gong, and incite wide-spread hatred?”

Jan. 23, 2001 was Chinese New Year Eve, a day of celebration. But on Tiananmen Sq. unfolded a bizarre tragedy: several people were ablaze. The statement Xinhua News broadcast around the world in English, was that all five persons involved were Falun Gong practitioners. The group had allegedly attempted self-immolation on the Sq.

Once broadcasted, the disturbing tragic scene stirred up tremendous anger in China. Animosity towards Falun Gong surged, such was the emotional power of the images the CCTV put together. The state propaganda machinery was accelerating with a vengeance. Personalities of every sort appeared on state-run television to condemn Falun Gong.
Jiang could finally let out a long sigh of relief at seeing all of this.

In the meantime, many overseas media called into question the veracity of the incident and the Chinese media account.
A slow-motion replay the immolation footage, in which it was visible a police officer dealing a crippling blow to the head of Liu Chunling, the woman who died on the scene. A heavy object was in the officer’s hand.

Twelve days after the incident, the Washington Post ran a front-page story titled:” Human Fire Ignites Chinese Mystery – Motive for public burning intensified fight over Falun Gong”.
The article detailed finding of the Post reporter, who traveled to Kaifeng, China, the hometown of the slain immolator Liu Chunling. Surprisingly none ever saw her practicing Falun Gong.

The CCTV footage of the immolation was riddled with inconsistencies. Beyond the matter of Liu being struck by an apparent policeman, how could dozens or more fire extinguishers and fire extinguishing blankets suddenly arrive on the scene? Who shut the close-up video footage?
Why did the two organizers not put the blaze on themselves? Why didn’t Liu Baorong show any signs of intoxication, after drinking so much gasoline?

Shortly after this happened, a female reporter for CCTV’s “Focus Interview” program, was interviewing people at the Tuanhe Labor Camp, about the self-immolation.
One Falun Gong prisoner of conscience there, Zhao Ming, raised the question: “Why the Sprite bottle on Wang Jindong’ lap, supposedly filled with gasoline, was not even slightly deformed or damaged from the heat of the raging fire?”
The reporter, named Li Yuqiang, responded candidly:” We shut the scene after the fact. If we knew it looked suspicious, we wouldn’t use it at all.”

On August 14, 2001, at a meeting of the United Nation, the NGO International Education Development made a formal statement, which declared: their analysis concluded the supposed self-immolation incident in Tiananmen Sq. was staged by the Chinese government. The Chinese representative at the meeting just kept quiet, and didn’t even bother to respond.

Soon after the immolation incident, a popular novel that had been published 10 years ago “Yellow Disaster” was, curiously enough, banned throughout China. In Chapter 2 of the novel, someone pays off terminally ill persons to burn themselves, and then used the incident to frame opponents, in politically motivated persecution. Could Jiang & Co. have drawn inspiration from the plot in Yellow Disaster?
Why the sudden ban?

On the night of March 5, 2002, in Changchun, the regular program of 8 cable TV stations was interrupted, and replaced with 45 min. broadcast about Falun Gong, including self-immolation or deception, which showed a slow-motion sequence of Liu Chunling being struck over the head by a police officer, while she was on fire. The next day the discussion of the matter could be heard at the office, on the bus, in school, at the supermarket, demonstrating the impact on people’s minds of a lie being exposed.

Jiang was furious when he heard the news about the TV tapping that night. He reportedly shook from anger for several minutes. He then reacted by pounding with his fist on the table, and shouting: “Send for Zeng Qinghong and Luo Gan immediately!” Jiang’s secretary, though already accustomed to his boss’s temper, had never seen Jiang so mad and violent.

Jiang ordered that combat readiness be declared in the military and among the armed police. Luo Gan ordered the police to investigate the TV tapping and crack the case within a week.
Jiang yelled: “Shoot to kill any Falun Gong practitioner who was involved! Kill them without exception! I guarantee nobody will be held responsible for their death! Crack the case quickly! Otherwise, everybody steps down!”

On March 12, 2002, Falun Gong practitioner Liu Haibo was suspected of having sheltered those Falun Gong practitioners involved in the broadcast. Kuancheng police arrested him, and tortured him to death during questioning. Chang Xiaoping, the first deputy Party chief and the head of 6 10 office in Changchun, gave the following instructions: First, dealing with Falun Gong would not rule out bloodshed and killing. Second, secrecy was to be maintained at all costs to avoid harm to China’s international standing. Third, no investigation on any Falun Gong follower’s death.

On March 24, 2002, police kidnapped Liu Cheng-jun, another Falun Gong adherent who had been involved. The police shut Liu in the legs, after, he was already in cuffs and shackles, injuring him severely. Liu was tortured ruthlessly in detention.
And during the court hearing, he was taken out electrocuted repeatedly. He was unlawfully sentenced to 19 years in prison.
He died of maltreatment at the hands of police in jail on December 26, 2003.
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6-11: The Fake Evidence
Reply #21 on: 11:20 pm Thursday, July 25, 2019

Six: Persecution Of Faith
11: The Fake Evidence

From the very beginning, Luo Gan put in a lot of effort in the persecution, for he saw a chance, to please Jiang, and to use suppression of Falun Gong as his ticket to membership in the elite elusive Politburo. Eventually, Jiang did put him in the Standing Committee of the Politburo.

Back in May of 1999, when the persecution of Falun Gong was still in its preparative stage, Jiang and Luo, on one occasion, planed a chilling special action: through the local police, plain cloth police and infiltrators spread the words to Falun Gong adherents: there would be a large gathering in Xiangshan.
Along with this, army troops were dispatched to Xiangshan, and armed riot police were positioned there in hiding. Falun Gong practitioners were meant to be lured to Xiangshan, where they would be murdered. Jiang would then have ground to label Falun Gong “an evil cult”, “collective suicide” or “failed suicide”.
And efforts to frame and suppress the group could expand with ease.

But as it turned out not a single Falun Gong practitioner went to Xiangshan. Three times between May 1 and Sept. 9, police and plain cloth police changed the gathering date they passed on to Falun Gong practitioners, hoping for better results. Nothing came out of the ploy. In the end, they had to plan their own phony shows of “self-immolation”, “suicide”, and “murders”.

Since there was no real evidence, Luo Gan put his focus on the falsification of it. At the beginning of 1999, he ordered his followers in the Public Security Bureau to manufacture fake evidence’ and frame Falun Gong.

But officials at the Public Security Bureau complained: Since there wasn’t enough time to manufacture evidence, the Public Security personnel had no answers, when suspicions aroused about their works, so their works were impeded to a certain degree. For example, people who personally received qigong medical treatment from the founder of Falun Gong and were healed their ailments, were hard to convert. Thus the officials had to use the methods of imprisonment, and limiting such persons’ freedom, to prevent the truth of Falun Gong from quickly spreading.

Jing Zhan-Yi was a general engineer at Handan Steel Company, and a former Falun Gong practitioner. Tianjin police threatened him with life in prison or secret execution, and forced him to deny the incredible phenomena he experienced practicing Falun Gong. The old man gave in, and was sentenced for 8 years. The falsified interview was aired in many regions through various state-controlled media outlets.

The CCP made Jing’s statement out to be evidence that Falun Gong was pseudo-science. Hao Fengjun happened to see all of this from outside the interview room. He couldn’t help but blurt out loud to the reporter; “Isn’t this a lie, though?” Afterward, Hao was locked up for more than 20 days in an isolation cell, with a temperature below freezing and no heat. He later exposed the phony interview in Australia.

After the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, in New York, counter-terrorism concerns became the priority in the West. When Jiang saw that the West was keen on fighting terrorism, he reasoned that if he could brand these groups he didn’t like, such as Falun Gong as terrorist organizations, his quashing of them would jive with the Western world. Who could oppose him then?

Falun Gong practitioners by that time were sending large quantities of informational mailings throughout China, exposing Jiang’s unlawful suppression including the self-immolation incident. This was perhaps Jiang’s biggest headache, and so he hoped that by linking Falun Gong with things terrorists, he might in effect stop the information mailings. Soon after 911, an anthrax scare occurred in the US, when powder contained the deadly virus was sent via the postal mail. Jiang figured that an opportunity had arrived.

Thus on October 18, of the same year, a spokesperson for China’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Sun Yi-xi, claimed, at a press briefing, that two days ago, two envelopes had been mailed to China that were suspected of containing anthrax. And the envelopes were Falun Gong informational materials.

The CCP’s oversea mouthpiece, Hongkong based newspaper, Ming Bao, was the first to cover the alleged anthrax mailing.
Ming Bao had nearly 50 years of history in Hongkong, and had established distribution outlets in Canada, and both the East and West coasts of the US.

As soon as Ming Bao’s report came out, overseas media immediately ran articles, asking the rhetorical question that if the anthrax was sent inside Falun Gong booklet, then isn’t it obvious, that this was the work of someone who wanted to frame Falun Gong? And who other than the CCP would do something so foolish and shameful?

Since Sun Yi-xi’s remarks didn’t match up well with what Luo Gan wanted, things quickly turned embarrassing. On October 23, the Public Security Bureau had to announce that after investigation, the two suspected envelopes did not contain anthrax. Overseas printed media and online news quickly accused the CCP of using the underhanded means of the supposed anthrax-tainted mail, to frame up Falun Gong.

Sun Yi-xi received a stern warning from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, for he had misspoken and could not remedy things in time, thus incurring negative consequences, in terms of foreign relations. Later, when Afganistan was still much of a war zone, Sun was sent there as Ambassador.

Post Merge:  9:38 pm Friday, July 26, 2019

Six: Persecution Of Faith
12: An Epic Endeavor

After the persecution began in China, overseas Falun Gong practitioners started appeal and rescue campaigns. In Sept. 2000, during the World Summit, some 2000 Falun Gong practitioners from around the world came to New York, quote/unquote, ” to welcome” Jiang Zemin.
They wore yellow T-shirts with the word”Falun Dafa” on them, and could be seen everywhere on New York streets.

Falun Gong’s large scale activities started on Sept. 5. On that day they had many practitioners gathered to do the exercises, and then distributed flyers in about 6 or 7 different places, besides the Waldorf Hotel, where Jiang stayed, and other symbolic places, they also went 3 different Chinatowns, where many Chinese people live.

At noon on Sept. 6, more than a thousand practitioners started an eight-block-long march, which called for an end to the persecution of Falun Gong, along 3rd Avenue heading north towards United Nations’ Dag Hammarskjold Plaza.
Since the persecution began over a year ago, this was the biggest march they had.

A practitioner, wearing a yellow T-shirt, was unexpectedly running into the Mayor of New York City, Mr. Giuliani.
Looking at the shirt which reads: “China, Stop Persecuting Falun Gong!” The Mayor told the person: ” You are doing the right thing!”

Jiang dreaded Falun Gong demonstrations, and employed all the means he could think of to avoid Falun Gong followers.
Jiang tried to pressure the New York Police into disallowing people to wear any yellow T-shirt in some place. However, even so, Jiang was startled many times by seeing peaceful and sincere Falun Gong followers.

At noon on Sept. 8, as Jiang was about to leave Waldorf Hotel, a practitioner walked within one meter of Jiang, and shout to him: ” Please release all Falun Gong practitioners!” All the reporters and Chinese personnel who were present heard the voice. Jiang’s face turned pale, one of his arms raised spontaneously, and his body started to shake uncontrollably.

Still badly shaken up, Jiang, at his motorcade first turn, caught sight of Falun Gong adherents, lifting a banner high up towards Jiang’s face. On the banner was English words in big letters: “Practice Falun Gong Is A Right!” After reading the banner Jiang jerked backward fiercely and trembled all over. Someone inside the car looked at the banner, and then hurried to lower his eyes.

On Sept. 9, Falun Gong practitioners had learned that Jiang was about to leave New York. They started doing their exercise on the other side of the street. Some were holding posters that reads: “Stop persecuting Falun Gong! Goodness brings good rewards, and evil brings evil”, to let their voices be heard.

The Chinese Mission officials employed diversionary tactics, and arranged for the motorcade to started from the front door to distract the practitioners, while Jiang slipped away out the side gate. However, unexpectedly, when his car had just started to drive out, Jiang run into 4 Falun Gong practitioners, holding a banner that says in shiny letters: “Falun Dafa”. When the car turned onto 1st Avenue and 35th street, the scene of Falun Gong practitioners holding posters and doing the exercise once more appeared right in Jiang’s view. It seemed Jiang just couldn’t escape Falun Gong’s presence.

On November 20, 2001, 36 Falun Gong practitioners of American and European descents, from 15 different countries converged on Tiananmen Sq. They unfurled a large banner, on which emblazoned 3 words in both English and Chinese: “Truth, Compassion, Tolerance/Zhen, Shan, Ren”. The purpose of their trip was to make a plea to China’s leaders, and seek an end to the violence and terror they have waged against Falun Gong.

“It’s the most powerful and most solemn event I have ever witnessed in my life. “said the group’s designated photographer Joel Chipka. “What I saw was over 30 people simply trying to express themselves.” Another participant later described: “Within a minute, police cars rode in and had surrounded us.”
The practitioners who were protesting were beaten, arrested and dragged off by police.

They came from 15 countries. The way they set it up was quite simple. The message went: “At exactly 2 pm. on November 20, we’ll meditate together south of the flagpole on Tiananmen Sq.” One practitioner said: “We wanted the Chinese people to know that Falun Gong is being practiced all around the world, and that persecuting it is not acceptable. We wanted the Chinese people to know that practitioners from all over the world have come to help, and to explain that Jiang’s government is lying to them.”

Jiang at the time had been hoping to use the self-immolation to smear Falun Gong throughout the world. The protest lasted for only one minute before police arrived, however, the endeavor stirred persons all around the globe. Major media quickly did arrange interviews and reports on the group and its participants, whose heroic deed sparked a round of news and stories detailing the CCP’s suppression of Falun Gong. Jiang’s dream of demonizing Falun Gong around the globe was shuttered.

Jiang Zemin became scared. He scared that the people of China might ask many questions. The government says, Falun Gong isn’t welcomed outside China or even banned, so how come these foreigners practice Falun Gong? The government says Falun Gong endangers society and harms human beings, so why aren’t the Western nations concerned about this threat? Why is Falun Gong attractive to people of other races and cultures?

Soon, Jiang Zemin ordered all the persecution campaigns were carried out behind curtains.
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6-13: Two Brave Hearts Sued Jiang In Beijing
Reply #22 on: 11:15 pm Saturday, July 27, 2019

Six: Persecution Of Faith
13: Two Brave Hearts Sued Jiang In Beijing

In August 2000, Zhu Keming from Hongkong, and Wang Jie from Beijing, after searching for relevant legal provisions of Chinese law, drafted and mailed a petition letter to the Supreme People’s Procuratorate in Beijing, accusing Jiang Zemin, Luo Gan and Zeng Qinghong, of banning and suppressing Falun Gong illegally. This became the first lawsuit against Jiang.

After the Procuratorate received the letter, the defendants, Jiang Zemin, and Luo Gan were flustered and exasperated, and immediately ordered a mass hunt, as if this was a major incident. Two weeks after the letter was mailed, the two plaintiffs were arrested in Beijing.

After Zhu Keming and Wang Jie were arrested on Sept. 7, there was no further news about them. Jiang and Luo Gan had nothing to interrogate them about, but determined only to vent their spite. Therefore, the police officers didn’t bother to interrogate them, but instead beat and tortured them. However, both of them were resolute and steadfast, and rather die than surrender.

Since Wang Jie was a Chinese citizen, he was subjected to even more horrible tortures and abuses. In November 2000, due to the horrible torture, Wang Jie had to be treated in hospital for 7 days. He was released on bail for medical treatment and awaited trial. At that time, Wang Jie was completely disoriented. His body weight had gone down from 70 to 50 kg.
He had lost control of his bowel and bladder and needed dialysis every other day. When Wang Jie was hospitalized the police officers kept watching on him in the hospital every day.
His health never improved and he didn’t speak a word during that time.

Afterward, the police allowed his family to bring him back home to be treated with traditional Chinese medicine. After Wang Jie was brought back home, his symptoms were resolving, however, he still couldn’t move his body not mention walk.
When his family members asked what kind of suffering he underwent while in police custody, he didn’t answer, but his eyes were filled with tears.

In late April 2001, Wang Jie was brought overseas with the help of some very kind people. On May 2, some Falun Gong practitioners discovered that Wang Jie displayed symptoms of losing memory, breathing difficulties, and extreme muscle weakness. To maintain breathing during sleep at night he needed to slowly remove his underpants to relieve the pressure of the elastic band against his waist.

One day, Wang Jie suddenly started to talk, saying: “I have experienced all kinds of tortures.” Wang said that one of the means of torture the police often used, was to wrap a person up with a layer of something, before beating him violently.
That way, the wounds would not be visible. Wang Jie’s skin around his ankles had been worn through to the bone, from having been shackled for so long. Wang said: “The most painful moment was when the police officers kneed me in the kidneys.
I fell into a coma for one month.” But he was never afraid.

In his final days, Wang developed night sweat and hematemesis. Sometimes after eating one or two mouthfuls of food, he would violently vomit blood. On midnight of June 18, 2001, Wang Jie fell to the floor in the restroom, and never rose again. He was 38-years-old at the time.

In April 2001, Zhu Keming’s family members were notified that Zhu was secretly sentenced to 5 years imprisonment, and transferred to Cha Dian Prison in Tianjin City. To force him renouncing Falun gong, the police there electrocuted and tortured him. Due to the tortures, Zhu lost two third of his teeth.
However, Zhu stuck with his belief and never compromised.
He not only refused to be brainwashed and transformed, but also wrote appeal letters every month. Prison authorities never sent the appeal letters written by Zhu to their designated offices.

Starting in August 2001, Falun Gong practitioners in Hongkong and America made many efforts to call for the release of Zhu Keming, who was a Hongkong resident. Overseas media, such as Associated Press, BBC, Agence France Press, Apple Daily and so on, had reported on this story. After being released, Zhu Keming continued his effort to stop the CCP’s persecution of Falun Gong.

Post Merge:  9:25 pm Sunday, July 28, 2019

Six: Persecution Of Faith

14: Nets Above And Snares Below

In his persecution of Falun Gong, Jiang Zemin completely violated Chinese laws, and violated international conventions as well. In October 2002, when Jiang was visiting Chicago, Falun Gong practitioners successfully delivery of a summons to him, and started a lawsuit against him.

Besides, a group of regular folks launched a network, to try Jiang in a philosophical sense. People rallied in public places to perform mock trials of Jiang. On Sept. 30, 2003, the Global Coalition to Bring Jiang to Justice, held a press conference to announce its establishment. It’s a jointly initiated and sponsored organization by more than 80 groups and individuals, from Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Australia.

Besides Jiang, his followers were also sued in other countries, among them were Luo Gan, Zhou Yongkang, Liu Jing, Li Lanqing, Zeng Qinghong, Bo Xilai and others. Some had been sued more 10 times.

Zhao Zhifei, former deputy director of Hubei Province Police Dept., Liu Qi, former Mayor of Beijing, and Xia Deren, former deputy governor of Liaoning Province, were declared as guilty as charged in different lawsuits. They were charged with torture, genocide, anti-humanity and other violations of human rights.

Pan Xinchun, former Deputy Council General in Toronto, was charged due to publishing a letter in a local English newspaper attacking Joel Chipka, a businessman and Falun Gong volunteer spokesman. Pan was found guilty of libel by the Ontario Superior Court. He had fled Canada and is hiding in China.

Su Rong former Party secretary of Gansu Province was charged with murder, torture, and humiliation of Falun Gong practitioners during his visit to Zambia, then he was charged with contempt of court because he failed to appear in court as ordered. Faced with an arrest warrant, Su Rong was running across the border and hiding in Zimbabwe for almost 10 days.
He then escaped to South Africa and flew back to China. Afterward, he said he would not easily be persuaded to travel overseas again.

On July 19, 2004, Chen Zhili, the former Minister of Education, and a member of the State Council, during a visit to Tanzania was charged with torturing and killing Falun Gong followers, and maltreatment within the Chinese Education System and had to make a mandatory court appearance on that day.

In March 2003, Fa Wang Hui Hui, a persecution monitoring organization, submitted to the United Nations documents related to the Chinese government’s persecution of Falun Gong, which totaled more than four thousand pages.
The documents listed more than 11000 6 10 Office officials, police officers and other persons involved in the persecution.
It also goes over the details of their crimes.

In Jan. of 2003, an international human rights organization called the World’s Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong, was established in the United States. The organization devoted itself to investigate all individuals and organizations, possibly involved in persecuting Falun Gong, and collect evidence about the persecution. It also coordinates closely with each local government and related international agencies. It hopes to carry out comprehensive and historical trials of the criminals responsible for the persecution.

In Sept. of 2003, the Canadian Faun Dafa Association submitted documents to Canada’s Program On Crimes Against Humanity and War Crimes. This file documented evidence of crimes against Falun Gong that were committed by 15 high-level Chinese officials, which later increased to 45, including Jiang Zemin. Any persons on the list would be investigated if attempting entering Canada.

On March 9, 2004, a human right supporter’s organization, called Friends of Falun Gong, and the World Organization to Investigate the Persecution of Falun Gong, submitted to the US government, a list of names of 102 Party chiefs responsible for persecuting Falun Gong, including Jiang Zemin, Luo Gan, Liu Jing, Zhou Yongkang, Li Lanqing, Wang Maolin and so on, and requested the American government to forbid them from entering America.

Currently, there were numerous lawsuits in many countries against Jiang and his followers who persecute Falun Gong, holding the CCP officials responsible for what they have done. The international community had claimed that lawsuits of this magnitude have not been seen since the Nuremberg trials of Nazi criminals.

Some CCP officials began thinking about ways out for themselves. They have privately collected and compiled documents to prove, that they were forced to carry out the orders by the 6 10 Office. Some higher level 6 10 offices had ordered to urgently take back all documents and materials related to the persecution of Falun Gong, since the illegal suppression started in 1999.

Jiang’s friends and allies have begun abandoning his campaign against Falun Gong, and the campaign is heading down to a dead end. Jiang is faced with inescapable nets above and snares below, which verifies an old Chinese saying; those who are unjust are doomed for destruction.
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6-15: A New Evil Unseen In The Planet
Reply #23 on: 10:43 pm Monday, July 29, 2019

Six: Persecution Of Faith
15: A New Evil Unseen In The Planet

In 2006, Epoch Time newspaper had a mystic visitor.
Her name is Annie. Her ex-husband was an outstanding Surgeon, at a hospital called Sujiatun Blood Center in Shenyang, China. To redeem his crimes, Annie revealed a shocking secret, and later she mustered up the courage, and accepted public interviews by major media reporters.

In 2001, the hospital’s Party leader appointed her husband to take part in secret operations, of harvesting organs from live Falun Gong prisoners. He was in charge of harvesting corneas.
In the short period of 2 years, he completed almost 2000 operations. The hospital didn’t want to cause suspicion.
They hardly use any anesthetics in the operations.

After the organs were harvested, the Falun Gong practitioners still alive, were sent to an incinerator to be cremated.
It’s a horrible and appalling scene. The workers at the incinerator were poor people, but got rich by looting the victims’ personal belongings. Annie’s husband wrote in his diary, once in an operation, he saw the victim had a Falun amulet that says: “Happy birthday, Mom”.

All the doctors who involved in the organ harvesting were constantly having nightmares. To escape the mental stress, some got drank, others went to whoring. He couldn’t stand the stress. Annie found him seem always disoriented, or in a daze, and night sweating.

Finally, he told her the truth about his murderous job. Annie was shocked beyond belief, and told him he just could not use the scalpel to be a surgeon any more! To leave the CCP’s intimidation and evil behind, they immigrated to Canada.

After the exposure of organ harvesting in Sujiatun, there came more related shocking news. A veteran military doctor in China revealed, that as far as he knew, there are at least 36 death camps such as the one at Sujiatun. Even at the ordinary labor-camps, harvesting organs from the Falun Gong practitioners are taking place.

According to many Falun Gong practitioners’ recalls, after they were sent to the labor-camps, they all were forced go through blood testings, therefore, unknowingly became part of China’s illegal live human reserve for organ harvesting. Since 1999, the numbers of organ transplantations have been increasing exponentially. The annual numbers are far greater than the numbers of death penalties published by the CCP regime.

On April 20, 2006, President Bush met with China’s leader, Hu Jintao. The world’s focus was on the affairs of China.
While at McPherson Sq., not far from the White House, Falun Gong practitioners had a news conference. Annie and another witness, Peter, appeared in public for the first time, risking their lives to give public testimonies, that a large scale evil crime of selling and harvesting organs from live Falun Gong practitioners, are taking place in China.

Since the persecution of Falun Gong, heretical incidents had kept happening in China. On Feb. 26, 2006, at Tianzhu county’s Dawankou, in Gansu Province, a shepherd stumbled upon a herd of human skulls, 121 in total. These people were victimized not long ago, for their facial muscles were still visible. Their temples were sawed off at the ears. Their facial expressions were horror-stricken and in agony.

The Public Security Dept. and the CCP’s press tried in vain to cover it up. First, they said these were monkey skulls, but could not explain the mustache and the dental implants found on the skulls. Besides, the jaws are typically human, not like monkeys.
Soon the public security dept. received orders from their superiors, to stop investigating the case.

In the meantime, there was information passing around, that the head of the CCP, Jiang Zemin loves to eat tonic made from human brains. And he was never running out of such nutrition. Besides, CCP’s bosses started to consume human brains a long time ago.

In the past, the CCP exported revolution to various countries. When the local people awaken, the evidence of crimes was discovered. For example, a human brain extracting machine was part of the exhibit, in the Communist death camp museum in Cambodia. It was used to serve the Cambodian Communist high officials, and was learned from their Chinese Communist teachers.

In August 1999, German Nazi descendent Hagens, and a Chinese named Sui Hong-jin, registered von Hagens plastination Ltd. Visitors to the factory are not allowed to photograph the face of the corpses. They admitted that all the bodies were from China. To avoid the bodies being recognized by family members, all the bodies’ skins were peeled off after the plastination.

Among these corpses, are young people, including 8 month-pregnant women. Some still show agony in facial expression.
They display these corpses all around the world to make money. Because of its violation of human rights, naturally, the show causes controversy and draws criticism from international human rights organizations. People suspect that among these bodies many are Falun Gong practitioners killed in police custody.

As matter of fact, right from the start when the CCP rose in revolution, the so-called Red Army period, the local Party officials utilizing all kinds of torture to punish the enemies of the revolution, including skinning alive, excavating heart, boiling, and decapitating. They even cooked the victim’s organs and flesh into various dishes and ate them.

After the evil CCP came to power, in each political campaign, they organized even more large scale tortures and killings.
In Guangxi province there organized large scale cannibalistic incidents. The officials who organized such incidents are still at large today, enjoying their promotions and wealth.

The CCP has been harvesting live organs for a long time, even so-called prisoners of the death penalty, were not dead yet before their organs were taken away. In the Cultural Revolution, the stories of Lin Zhao and other anti-revolutionary prisoners, being robbed of their kidneys, were household tales in China.

The CCP is utilized all of the means of evil and terror in history, to persecute Falun Gong, and manifesting itself as a new form of evil, unseen in this planet. If history could serve as a reference, all the truth will win out under the sun.  Jiang Zemin and his cliques in the CCP will face the final judgment.

Justice will be done.

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7-1: “First Lady” Song Zuying(1)
Reply #24 on: 11:38 pm Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Seven: Lustful And Shameless

1: “First Lady” Song Zuying(1)

On August 1, 1966, Song Zuying was born to a poor family of Miao ethnicity, in Wu Zhang County, of western Hunan Province. Later, she was selected to pursue college study in the dept. of Dance at Central University for Nationalities.
While Jiang Zemin was born on August 17, 1926, forty years senior to Song. Jiang is old enough to be Song’s grandpa.

In CCTV’s 1991 Spring Festival Gala, Song Zuying timidly sang “A Little Basket On The Back”. Although the Song did not leave much of impression on the audience, with all her make-up on, Song Zuying was especially dazzling. Grandpa Jiang took a fancy to her.

Jiang relocated Song to the Song And Dance Ensemble of the Political Dept. of Chinese Navy, where she became a major-ranking performer. Jiang would often come to the Political Dept. of the Navy to watch performances. And every time he was present, a particular performance by Song had to be included. At the end of a show, Jiang would go out to the stage and hold the hand of Song. He did not seem to want to let it go.
His eyes remained fixed on her as if he would swallow her.

At one point, while shaking her hand at the end of a show, Jiang covertly handed her a little slip of paper that reads: “Come to see your big brother when you are in need! Big brother can help you resolve anything!” The big brother was no other than Jiang himself. Later on, Song advertently revealed these words to others, when she was flushed with success.

Jiang asked Song to divorce her husband. fter the divorce Song lived in the guest house in the Political Dept. of the Navy.
Jiang often would meet Song in the guest house at night. He came secretly amidst tight security measures, and nobody from the outside could get close to him. Every time Jiang came a new license plate would put on his car, so it couldn’t be identified as his vehicle.

Regarding the rendezvous between Jiang and Song at the guest house, the staff pretended to see nothing, but felt extremely disgusted within. Later, a senior cadre with a sense of propriety reported the Jiang-Song affair to his superior, but as a result, the cadre himself was put under surveillance, and his phone was monitored.

To cover up the covert relationship between Jiang and Song, arrangements were made that Song’s ex-husband, Luo Hao, was required to be present whenever the journalists interviewed Song Zuying.  But he was not allowed to talk to the reporters. Song would push him into another room, the so-called “old brother Luo Hao”, was forced to have such an awkward role to play.

In 1997, a female singer from another ensemble, was given a ride with Song to a recording session at the CCTV studio.
In the car, this singer happened to have opened the glove compartment, and unexpectedly found the red card of Zhongnanhai, a special pass that allows its holder to freely enter the CCP’s headquarter.

Soon the story was spread so widely, that the PLA systems and the telecommunication systems, held multiple staff meetings requiring that all personnel have to abide by the political rules not to make, spread, or believe rumors. Subsequently, that female singer was dismissed, and sent back to Tianjin, and before long, she was pushed out a balcony and silenced forever.

As early as 1998, the affair between Jiang and Song had been so widely spread in Beijing, that it was known to almost everybody. One day in 2001, Zhao An, the former head of the Literature and Art Dept. of CCTV, and, for many years, the director of the CCTV’s Spring Festival Gala, invited some celebrated female stars, including Song Zuying to dinner.
At the table, Song bubbled over with enthusiasm about her romantic experiences with Jiang Zemin. Afterward, the details of the affair were leaked out by Zhao An.

A librettist named Zhang Junyi, who was at bad term with Zhao, sent over 3 hundred anonymous letters to various state dept. and agencies, to expose Zhao for his libel of leadership.
The letters were full of explicit details of Jiang and Song’s affair.
By now, everybody knew the secret in detail, but pretended otherwise. So Zhang was safe for 2 years.

Later, someone tipped Jiang about the letters.  Jiang was outraged even exploded at the meeting at the Politburo, to show his innocence. Soon on Jiang’s order, Zhang Junyi was arrested, charged with offering and accepting a bribe, along with Zhao An, and sentenced to a prison term. Zhang Junyi received 6 years, while Zhao An received 10 years sentence.

With those two gone, Jiang thought the leak was plugged.
Later, in order to remain in power as the Chairman of the Central Military Commission beyond his term, Jiang initiated a special motion in the CCP’s 16th congressional meeting.
This irritated grassroots scholar Lui Jiaping, and he exposed the scandal between Jiang and Song. In order to block the information from leaking out, Jiang responded, and had Lui Jiaping arrested at his home on Feb 23, 2004.

The next day, an ultimatum appeared on the internet warning Jiang, that there was a professional edition of the video file for each of his secret meeting with Song. If Lui Jiaping was not released the following day, the videos would be publicized both to the whole country and the whole world. To the surprise of all, Lui Jiaping was released on the same day. However, after the incident settled down, Jiang had Lui Jiaping detained again, in Hunan Province, and shut him up completely.


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Seven: Lustful And Shameless

2: “First Lady” Song Zuying(2)

Song Zu-ying continued her meteoric rise, and became a top-ranking performer of the state, who enjoys the government allowance given by the State Council. She has also become a member of the Political Consultive Conference, executive committee member of all China’s Women’s Federation, a member of the National Youth Federation and Board Director of Music Association Of China. She enjoys the unparalleled privilege. She decides by herself what song to sing, and no directors or officials even in the Central Government’s Ministry of Propaganda have a say in the matter.
Leaders of the Chinese central and local governments, were not less eager to please Song, because they knew very well, that it’d be more rewarding than trying to please Jiang directly.

Once, the Navy Song and Dance Band were going to entertain and comfort the Navy in Tibet. When a high ranking Navy officer saw Song’s name on the list, he announced: “Song is not going to Tibet. The high plain of Tibet is cold and harsh. If anything should happen to her, we wouldn’t be able to face the General Secretary.”

In the summer of 2002, Song traveled to a city in Sichuan to attend her one-person show, with approval of You See-gui, director of the Central Guard Bureau. Zhou Yong-kang, then Party secretary of Sichuan Province, provided Song with top security guard services, something that would normally only be available to a national leader at a rank above vice-premier.

Among the numbers that Song sang, was a Hubei folk song “Dragon Boat Melody”. There was a dialogue: “I, a young maiden, want to cross the river. Who will give me a piggy-back ride?” Tens of thousands of people in the audience below the stage responded in unison: “Grandpa Jiang will give you one!” Song was very embarrassed, but she could not stop the performance. So, she had no choice, but tough it out and continue singing. In the second verse of the song, once again, came the same dialogue, tens of thousands of audience members below the stage responded loudly: “Grandpa Jiang will give you one!”

After she returned to the hotel, she wiped bitterly that night until her eyes turned red. The next day Song flew back to Beijing to complain to Jiang. Jiang was angry. So he ordered the Party secretary of that city in Sichuan to thoroughly investigate the incident.

Jiang had a standing order, that no TV camera should divert from Song when broadcasting her performances, just to maintain absolute consistency in the recording of Song’s performance. So, a few days later, a reply was sent to the concerned dept in the central government, saying that although the city’s TV station and public security bureau, all videotaped the live performance that night, the cameras were all facing the stage not the audience. Therefore, there was no way for them to identify the rioters. Nothing ever came out of this incident.

To please Song Zu-ying, Jiang spared no expense from the state’s treasury. When Song expressed her interest in performing a solo concert in Sidney’s Opera Theater, Jiang immediately appropriated tens of millions yuan, for the Navy to use in making Song famous in Australia.

In 2002, the organizer of World Cup in Korea requested, that China, along with other countries, send a celebrity singer to perform during the opening ceremony. And it ended up that Song, who was regarded by the host as the second rate, was dispatched. To China’s embarrassment, Korea compensated all the other stars, that appeared in the ceremony big time for their appearance, but Song did not receive even a penny.

Also, Jiang once paid over 10 million yuan of the state money, to help Song to publish her first DVD, which went on sale just before Lunar New Year Eve in 2002.

But the biggest gift through which Jiang ingratiated himself with Song, was the National, Grand, Theater. It occupies an area of 118900 sq. meters, and sat on a construction site of 149500 sq. meters. The investment for the core of the project was 2.688 billion yuan. The peripheral part of the project cost over 800 million yuan and was paid for by the city of Beijing.
This part would be finished in 4 years. In addition to the above costs, a 300 million yuan investment was required before the completion of the project.

The total for the project was 3.8 billion yuan, almost twice the sum of the donations made to the “Hope” Project, from both at home and abroad over the past 15 years. This amount could have subsidized 5 million poor student’s educations. The National Grand Theater is beset with other problems, such as light pollutions, high cleaning and maintenance expenses, a monthly electricity bill of 4 million yuan and more. China is currently in dire need of electricity.

One hundred and forty scientists from the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and Chinese Academy of Engineering, as well as 114 renowned architects, planners, and engineers, presented several joint letters to the Chinese central Government, appealing to stop the plan to commission the French architect, Paul Andrew, to design the National Grand Theater.

Paul Andrew was suspect of being involved in fraudulent dealing in his effort to win the bid for the National Grand Theater in Beijing. The French authority initiated the preliminary investigation of this allegation. He had no experience designing theaters. He designed the new terminal 2E at Charles De Gaulle Airport, which suffered a fatal collapse of its roof on May 23, 2004. The accident caused 6 deaths and multiple injuries.

As architectural experts have pointed out, from a cultural perspective, the Grand Theater gives people an impression, of a gigantic UFO full of aliens landing right in front of Zhongnanhai. Without reading any report about the building, people can immediately recognize, that it’s a huge mistake and embarrassment to have a building, that is completely out of harmony with the traditional culture of Beijing, the ancient Capital of six dynasties in Chinese history.

Some have commented that the design was as practical as opening an umbrella indoors. And being inside felt like being trapped in a cocoon. As a result, the building had to reach underground as deep as 6 to 8 stories, a truly absurd design.

In Feng-shui experts’ opinion, the huge blob has ruined Beijing’s Feng-shui, and destroyed our ancestors’ grand celestial design for the city. It misplaced the Yin and Yang, and let the city under the spell of wicked yin qi.

Jiang showed no regard for scientists and expert’s opinions. Perhaps it was a higher priority for him to please his mistress Song. He was determined to have it build as soon as possible.
Some people came up with a semantic joke, and called the theater National Grand Brothel.

On the other hand, Song has been working hard to protect Jiang’s rule to repay him. Her selections of songs consistently contain lyrics that praise the Chinese Communist Party and Jiang. Such as “A Good Life”,”It Is Getting Better”, “A Leader That Carries On The Heritage And Forges Ahead Into The Future”, “Follow You Forever”, and so on.
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7-3: Collision Of The Two Yings
Reply #25 on: 9:28 pm Thursday, August 1, 2019

Seven: Lustful And Shameless
3: Collision Of The Two Yings

There is a popular jingle passing among the general public in China that says: Jiang Zemin keeps at home a “Maotouying”, travels abroad with Li Ruiying, and listens to songs performed by Song Zuying. “Maotouying” means owl, and refers to Jiang’s wife, Wang Yeping, who has long passed her youth and beauty, and now suffers from many long term ailments.
Song Zuying is Jiang’s favorite, for she is so seductive and flirtatious. CCTV’s anchorwoman Li Ruiying, looks fairly common, but has a very fawning and seductive manner.

Jiang can hardly contain his abhorrence towards “Maotouying”. He has taken her with him on each trip abroad, just to show off, that he has not discarded the woman he has married when he was obscure. In 2002, Jiang and his wife were invited to visit President Bush’s ranch. He left Wang Yeping behind, and marched off towards the house. Mr. and Mrs. Bush then graciously tended the neglected Wang Yeping.

Jiang adores Song Zuying the most.
Vice Chairman of the People’s Congress, Cheng Kejie, once upon a time, showed excessive care for Song Zuying, a representative of the National People’s Congress, and a singer.
It touched off Jiang’s jealousy, and later resulted in Cheng’s death. Right through his very execution, Cheng had no idea who he had offended, or who it was that was so bent on ending his life.

Li Ruiying, CCTV’s news anchor, and a married woman, was Jiang’s another lover. Li had been a news anchor at CCTV since 1986. Before the June-4 Massacre, Li talked like a democracy advocate, and woman of justice and righteousness.
But as soon as the Chinese Communist Party declared Martial Law, and outlawed the student movement, Li Ruiying reversed her attitude, echoed the Party line, and condemned the student movement. The depravity of her character became self-evident.

For several years, Jiang took Li Ruiying with him on all of his trips abroad. During these trips, she worked as a field journalist during the day, and as Jiang’s concubine at night. Once she interviewed Jiang during an overseas trip, the interview caused a lot of gossip in China, for Li Ruiying acted like she was frolicking with Jiang.

One day before Jiang toured Southeast Asia, the two Yings, Song Zuying, and Li Ruiying, came into collision with each other, right in front of Jiang in Zhongnanhai. Song threatened to kill herself unless Jiang would kick Li out. She gave Jiang an ultimatum: you can’t have both of us. Take your pick! And demanded Jiang never see her again, or take her abroad as a journalist. Jiang gave silent approval. Li Ruiying burst into tears and stormed out. Since then, CCTV had banned news anchors going abroad.

In the fifties, while Jiang studied in the Soviet Union, he had a Russian mistress, named Clava. While Jiang was the Minister of the Electrical Industry, he traveled to the United States for the first time, spent public money, and slept with a prostitute in Las Vegas. Afterward, the prostitute told the FBI: ” That fatso was good tipper!”

In the eighties, when Jiang as Mayor of Shanghai visited San Francisco, he spent public money, gambling and whoring.
A high level US police officer, who was responsible for Jiang’s personal safety, was completely dumbfounded, and still bring up this incredible story with his friends. Never would he have expected that the Mayor of Shanghai, would be such a low character!

It must be difficult even for Jiang, to keep track of the number of women, with whom he has sexually involved, and how many children he actually has. Besides Jiang Mianheng and Jiang Miankang, he has another son, Jiang Chuankang, never appears in Jiang’s family portrait. Jiang Chuankang is a mid-level official in Shanghai, and in charge of 6 10 office that persecutes Falun Gong.

In 2003’s election for leaders of Political Consultive Conference, the announcer on stage called: ” One vote for Song Zuying”. People burst into laughter. Then the announcer called again: “A vote for Li Ruiying.” People winked and looked at each other knowingly. They knew that the leadership had been already predetermined, and the ballot was just for the show. So, why shouldn’t they have fun with Jiang’s sexual scandals?

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Seven; Lustful And Shameless
4: A Hideous Liaison

Among Jiang’s mistresses, Chen Zhili has been the most loyal to him, and has the highest position in the Chinese Communist government. In 1988 Chen advanced quickly to the important position of the Minister of Propaganda in Shanghai.
All the committee members knew that she had advanced by granting sexual favors. However, sex wasn’t the only reason for the affair between Chen and Jiang. This one was also a hideous political liaison.

Following the Cultural Revolution, Chen Zhili started working for the Shanghai Institute Of Ceramics, where Jiang’s eldest son happened to work as well. After Jiang was appointed the Secretary of the Shanghai City Committee, Jiang Mianheng introduced Chen to his father. Jiang and Chen hit it off right away.

Before the June-4 Massacre, Jiang banned the publication of the World Economic Herold, due to its pro-democratic stands. When Jiang went to Beijing in May 1989, the General Secretary of the CCP, Zhao Ziyang severely criticized Jiang, because of his failure to deal with the reporting of the World Economic Herold. Jiang felt disaster looming, but Chen immediately told him: ” If the Central Government wants to punish someone, I’ll take full responsibility.” This demonstrated Chen’s completely loyalty to Jiang.

After the June-4 Massacre at Tiananmen Sq., Chen ordered the firing of all employees at the World Economic Herold, and forbade the reporters from ever working as reporters again.
When the newspaper’s editor-in-chief was near death, Chen went to his death bed in person, and announced that he had been expelled from the Chinese Communist Party, to make sure the old man would not die in peace.

After Jiang started working in Zhongnanhai, he wanted to bring Chen to Bejing, and give her an important position.
But he did not get his wish, because of the former head of the organization dept. Song Ping and other leaders of the CCp objected. In 1997 when Deng Xiaoping became seriously ill, and Jiang started to call the shots, he finally had the power to bring Chen to Beijing, and appointed her as the Chairman of the Education Committee.

In the first meeting of the Education Committee that Chen chaired, she was so eager to discredit the sex scandal, that she began her speech, by saying that she was in a perfectly happy marriage, and perfectly in love with her husband.
The Committee members were dumbfounded, by her extreme digression from the subject at hand. Her ploy backfired and made her indecent relation with Jiang all the more obvious.

In 1998, Jiang appointed Chen to be the Education Minister. The presidents of several dozens of universities, including the most prestigious Qinghua and Beijing Universities, called Chen the “Chinese Rowing Ambassador in Europe and America”, because she had done nothing but traveled all around the world at the taxpayers’ expense. Chen had repeatedly faced the dangers of impeachment. At one time, over 1200 professors from more than 80 colleges and universities, presented a joint letter to the Chinese Central Government urging reform the dangerously crippled education system right away.

Finally, Chen left her post. But with Jiang’s protection, she only moved higher, and became the State Councilor at the State Council in charge of the Nation’s and the military’s education because that’s what Jiang wanted. Of the 32 groups of the representatives, 27 strongly objected to having Chen as a State Councilor.

The field of education is supposed to be a pure land for developing future generations of Chinese citizens. But Chen promoted the concept of long term economic investment in China’s education system. As a result, schools became diploma mills, and they began to increase tuitions arbitrarily. The business of forging diplomas, as well as the demands for purchase diplomas has gradually become the norm in China. Under Chen’s leadership, China’s education system had become the primary target of complaints.

After the fact that Jiang ceded Chinese lands to foreign countries became exposed, Chen ordered the alterations of the Chinese history books in Dec. 2001 to favor Jiang.
In the new version of history textbooks for high schools, Yue Fei and Wen Tianxiang from the Southern Song Dynasty, are no longer revered as patriots. But Li Hong-zhang, the traitor, in Qing Dynasty is revered as a patriot. Even in the face of fierce opposition, Chen inverted the fact and nature of right and wrong, in order to defense Jiang’s treachery from public criticism.

Politically, Chen used education as an important means to secure Jiang’s regime. She started brainwashing Chinese students as early as elementary school. She ordered students in elementary schools and high schools to sign petitions supporting Jiang’s policy of persecuting Falun Gong. In doing so, Chen spread lies and seeds of hatred in students’ young minds.

During the seven years that Chen was the Minister of Education, she stopped at nothing to destroy China’s already crippled education system, and poison the minds of China’s youth. Because of her depraved education reforms, the quality of the education continued to fall, as did the morality of school teachers. The morality level at high schools and colleges had fallen to new lows, as having sex with prostitutes, gambling, and cheating on exams, had become very popular.

Chen would run education like a manufacturing business, and promoted the selling of education as merchandise.
The promise of nine years of obligatory education had completely disappeared because of her. In addition, Chen increased the quota for each college, and raised the tuition rate in order to increase revenue. She also encourages college professors to do more money-generating research. As a result, the professors neglected their students’ education causing the quality of college graduates to deteriorate, and have difficulty finding a job.

Jiang wanted to place people in his faction in the military to further secure his power. In 2003, he nominated Chen to be part of the Central Military Commission, and become involved in the national defense, and military education. However, the plan was discarded because of a large disparity of opinions.
Many high-level leaders in the military despise Chen, and call her behind her back “[FORUM CENSOR] Chen.”
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7-5: Jiang’s Lustful Delight
Reply #26 on: 9:09 pm Saturday, August 3, 2019

Seven: Lustful And Shameless
5: Jiang’s Lustful Delight

Huang Liman is from Harbin, Heilongjiang Province.
She graduated from Harbin Military Engineering Academy. Despite her average looks, Huang has always been known for her sex appeal. In middle school, students were allowed to dance with the opposite sex. And many boys would fight over her. A school teacher at Harbin Engineering Academy had an affair with Huang. His wife learned about it and caused a scene, and the teacher eventually was punished for it.

In the early eighties, Jiang was the Minister of Electronics Industry, when Huang happened to work in the Ministry’s office. According to her colleagues at the office, Huang dressed to kill, and wore a lot of make-up when she came to work every day. The offensively strong fragrance of her French perfume, and the sound of her high heels always preceded, and announced her arrival. Jiang would smile in lustful delight.

The Chinese Communist Party organizations were allowed an hour for a nap after lunch. At the nap hour every day, Huang would sneak into Minister Jiang’s office. Once, the Chinese Central government delivered an urgent document to Jiang. The messenger knew what was going on inside Minister Jiang’s office, so he dared not ruin his pleasure. He had no choice but to wait anxiously for over an hour outside the door. Huang finally came out of the office, and her clothes were in disarray.

Before Jiang left the Ministry in Beijing, and became the Mayor of Shanghai, he made Huang the vice -chairman of the administrative office, of the Electronic Industry Ministry. Shortly after Jiang arrived in Shanghai, a governmental telephone line to Shanghai was installed in Huang’s home. However, the phone calls to Shanghai lasted too long, and the telephone bills were alarmingly high. Eventually, the finance dept at the Electronic Industry Ministry, had to review the details of her phone bills.

The affair between Huang and Jiang could no longer be hidden from her husband. And Huang’s husband decided to settle the divorce in court. Jiang reportedly hurried back to Beijing, and negotiated with Huang’s husband. The two allegedly came to terms, that Huang’s husband would move to Shenzhen, and work for an electronics company, while Huang remained in Beijing alone, for Jiang’s pleasure when he went Beijing to report to the Central government.

After the Tiananmen Massacre in 1989, Jiang transferred Huang to Shenzhen. At first, the Party leader in Shenzhen underestimated her influence. They put her in a position with no real power. Huang complained about it to Jiang, asking him to seek revenge for her. Unfortunately, Jiang had not yet secured his power at that time. Besides, Huang’s boss was Ren Kelei, the eldest son of Ren Zhongyi, a senior leader of the CCP.
Jiang couldn’t run the risk. So he had no choice but to ask Huang to temporarily put up with it.

In 1993, Deng Xiaoping held an inspection tour in Shenzhen, Jiang was forced to support the reform, and followed Deng’s footsteps to Shenzhen. As soon as the leaders of Shenzhen’s city committee were prepared to make a presentation, Jiang asked in a seemingly nonchalant manner without even looking up: “Why isn’t Comrade Huang here?” The question shook the secretary of Shenzhen Li Youwei. This was a hint that he must not underestimate that woman! Li Youwei was very familiar with the political atmosphere, so he immediately sent a car to pick Huang up.

Next, the Shenzhen City Committee went through a reorganization. Huang became Secretary General, and a permanent member of the Shenzhen City Committee.
Later, she became deputy secretary of the Shenzhen City Committee, and had an encrypted phone line at home that was connected directly to Zhongnanhai. Since Shenzhen City was built, no political leader there had ever had an encrypted phone line to Zhongnanhai. Because of her political status, Huang became very wealthy. During those years there was a lot of traffic to her home.

Some people begged her for a position in the government; some people begged to cover up their crimes.
A lot of major financial criminals were acquitted, after they bribed Huang with a large bundle of money. To keep Huang’s husband from exploding, Jiang ordered the local government to give green light to all his business deals.

Huang Liman doesn’t have any talent, morality, political accomplishment, or support from the people. She’s only good in Jiang’s bedroom. She then was promoted to the deputy secretary of Guangdong province. As soon as Jiang had the power to do so, he arranged for her to become a candidate for the CCP’s 16th Central Committee, the third candidate from the bottom. Once Huang began calling the shots in Shenzhen, all her sisters also prospered.

Her first younger sister, Huang Lirong became Chairman of the labor union of a large corporation in Shenzhen. The CEO of the corporation pledged his loyalty to Huang and Huang Lirong every day. In 1997, when the company began to trade its stock in the stock market, the CEO gave them 50000 shares of the IPO for free. Her second younger sister Huang Lizhe, was the dept head of a bank. Her husband’s private company was never short of cash. Just the profits for issuing loans would be enough to provide for several generations in the Huang’s family.

Huang Liman lived in luxury. She received 300000 yuan in monthly benefits. The amount of her savings remained at the watermark of 50 billion yuan. She also kept luxurious mansions in Shenzhen Bay, Guangzhou, Beijing and Shanghai whose market value totaled 14-15 million yuan. Her mansion in Beijing, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen were paid for with housing benefits, in another word, they were gifts from the Chinese government.

Huang had also been exposed for renting 16 luxury suites in Qilin Mansion and the Wuzhou Hotel, for a long period in the name of Shenzhen City Committee, for high-level cadre at the provincial level to use for vacation and holidays. The hotel expenses totaled 20 million yuan a year.

While Huang was reigning over Shenzhen City, the number of robberies rose to 600 per day on average. Shenzhen became a paradise for criminals. After Jiang stepped down, Huang soon lost her power, and was transferred to Guangdong province where she became the chairman of people’s congress, a position with no real power. However, to repair the severe damage she had done to Shenzhen, would take a long time.

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Seven: Lustful And Shameless
6: The Most Corrupted Man

In the 1980s Jiang Zemin sent his eldest son, Jiang Mianheng to the United States to study, get his green card, and keep watching on the development in China. In 1992, when Jiang established complete control over the Chinese Communist Party, the Chinese Communist Government, and the Army, he immediately summoned Jiang Mianheng to return, and take advantage of his power to make huge fortunes in China. Thus, Jiang Mianheng brought his wife and son back to China.

In Jan. 1993, he began to work as a regular researcher at the Shanghai Institute of Ceramics under the Chinese Academy of Sciences. It raised many eyebrows that he became the head of the Institute in just four years. Jiang Mianheng was doing business while keeping his job at the Institute. In 1994, he bought Shanghai Joint Investment Company, worth over 100 million yuan, for the incredibly low price of only a few million yuan, borrowed from a bank.

This was how Jiang Mianheng started his telecommunications empire:  The company was founded by a Mr. Huang, a vice-chairman of Shanghai City’s Economic Committee, after spending a lot of time and effort. But after founding the company and running it for only three months, Huang was transferred back to the Shanghai Economic Committee, and disappeared ever since. Next, Jiang Mianheng suddenly landed the position of the president and general manager, as though he came down in a parachute. As a result, he suddenly became the king of telecommunications in China.

Being Jiang Zemin’s eldest son, Jiang Mianheng has both money and power in his pockets. Therefore, his business is guaranteed to be a huge success. Overseas Chinese and Western entrepreneurs, including Yahoo co-founder, Jerry Yang, were eager to do business with him.

In a few years, Jian Mianheng built a giant telecommunications empire. By 2001, Jiang Mianheng owned the Shanghai joint investment company, and had controls over ten other companies through stocks, including the Shanghai Information network, Shanghai People Network, China Network, etc.
He runs a wide variety of businesses, such as cable, electronic publishing, DVD/VCD productions, and Broadband networks for online businesses.

Jiang Mianheng is president of numerous companies, and had businesses in nearly all of the most prosperous industries.
He’s even in the top level management of Shanghai Tunnel and Shanghai Subway. Even Shanghai Airline made him one of its directors. According to a businessman in Shanghai, Jiang Mianheng is not only China’s king of telecommunications, but also the head of the underworld society in the Shanghai Triad.

Success in business did not satisfy Jiang Zemin and Jiang Mianheng, after all, successful businessmen in the history of the Communist Party were vulnerable, without a higher position in the Chinese Communist government. As a result, Dec. 2, 1999, Jiang had appointed his son to be the number two figures in the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The high profile Annual Fortune Global Forum was held in May 2001 in Hongkong. Jiang brought leader of the state, Jiang Mianheng, to the Forum, and introduced him to some of the wealthiest and most powerful people in the world, especially those wealthy businessmen with multi-national businesses who wanted to expand the families’ empire.

On the next day, when China’s application to host the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing was approved, Jiang Mianheng signed huge business contracts with these wealthy men.
By then he had become the number one embodiment of the commercial bureaucrats.

Jiang Zemin ordered China Telecom to be divided into Northern Telecom and Southern Telecom, then gave Northern Telecom with its fixed assets in ten northern provinces, to Jiang Mianheng’s network for free.  Jiang Mianheng put the network through merger three times, and canceled them later, so that he swept the company’s assets into his own pocket, before the stocks were publicly traded. People who bought the stocks ended up holding the bags.

In Sept. 2000, Jiang Mianheng and Wang Wen-yang, the son of Wang Yongqing, the wealthiest businessman in Taiwan , announced to start Grace Semi-conductor Manufacturing Corporation, as a joint venture with a total joint investment of 6.4 billion US dollars. But Wang Mingyang stated that he did not invest a penny. It was Jiang Mianheng, who came up with all the money for the investment from the bank.  Jiang Mianheng capitalized on his father’s power, and became filthy rich.

Zhou Zhengyi, known as the wealthiest real estate magnate in Shanghai, was arrested in May 2003 for collaborating with government officials, to steal private lands. The investigators discovered that Jiang Mianheng had stolen a large pack of land in Jing An district. He and Jiang Miankang were even more wicked and cold-hearted, than Zhou Zhengyi. They forced the residents out of their private properties, and did not compensate them at all.

Shortly before the CCP’s 16th Congress, Jiang Mianheng inspected the number 502 branch of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, and watched the demonstration of searching the keyword “Jiang Zemin” on Google, never expecting that 3 out of the top ten hits in the search results, would describe Jiang’s crimes. Moreover, the first article in the search results had the headline”Evil Jiang”. Jiang Mianheng was both shocked and angry.

To completely deny the Chinese people’s rights to obtain overseas information, about democracy, human rights and freedom, especially oversea’s information about Falun Gong, Jiang Mianheng began to accelerate the efforts to filter the Internet. He was responsible for developing the Golden Shield project to completely control the Internet, and monitor people’s access to the Internet in China. The initial investment in the Golden Shield project alone, totaled 800 million US dollars. Under Jiang Zemin’s reign, Jiang Mianheng had become the head supervisor of the network police.
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7-7: Escapades Of Nepotism
Reply #27 on: 10:02 pm Monday, August 5, 2019

Seven: Lustful And Shameless
7: Escapades Of Nepotism

Jiang Zemin’s Younger son, Jiang Miankang, is not as ambitious and ferocious as his brother. He has a background in radio, and has never worked on anything that has to do with the army.
But Jiang asked for Xu Caihou’s help to make Jiang Miankang, Vice Chairman of the political committee at the Nanjing Army base, as well as a major general.

Before his retirement, Jiang Zemin didn’t trust anyone with military power, so he tried to transfer Jiang Miankang to the General Strategy Dept of the PLA. But the head of the CMC, Chi Haotian, objected to his nomination. Jiang had no choice, but to settle Jiang Miankang in the position of the head of the second bureau in the army’s General Political Dept. Soon, he was promoted to be the assistant director of the Organization Dept. And next, the director of the Organization Dept.

Jiang Zemin’s uncle Jiang Shangqing had two daughters, Jiang Zeui and Jiang Zeling. As Jiang continued to advanced in his political career, he promoted Jiang Zehui at an incredible speed.
She was a common school teacher at Anhui Agricultural College in Anhui Province. First, he made Jiang Zehui dean of the school of Forestry at Anhui Agriculture College. And then, he made her the principal of the Anhui Agriculture College.
Finally, he made her the head of Chinese Academy of Forestry.

Jiang Zemin’s nephew, Jiang Zeling’s son, Tai Zhan, lost 11.5 million yuan in real estate, and was unable to pay back the debt.
So he forged a company’s stamp, of a Hongkong real estate company to forge documents, and mortgaged the company’s 45 apartments, to get the cash to pay his debt.
The Hongkong company filed a lawsuit against Tai Zhan in Guangling peoples’ court, and the court started processing the case in March 2000. The court verified that the company’s stamp on the documents was forged.

However, the trial against Tai Zhan faced a lot of obstacles and pressures from the top, because he is Jiang’s nephew. The court was forced to drop the investigation, and ended the trial.
The Hongkong company never got its properties back.

Tai Zhan had been buying a lot of houses, stocks, and entertainment business for over ten years. He is the general manager of a Yangzhou high rise, the owner of Tianzhan Entertainment City, and the president of many joint venture companies. Tai Zhan also used his influence as Jiang’s nephew to get a loan of 16 million yuan for his stock trading, from the Northern Industry Group, a company with a military background. Tai Zhan has been very active in the business arena.

Jiang Zemin has a nephew named Wu Zhiming, in Bangfu, Anhui Province, an uneducated man. As soon as Jiang became secretary of Shanghai City Committee, Wu became a member of the Chinese Communist Party, and now became a permanent member of the Shanghai City Committee, the Secretary of the Party Committee at Shanghai Public Security Bureau, the head of Shanghai City Public Security Bureau, and a ranking member of Standing Committee of Shanghai City Military Police.

In Jan 2003, Jiang made another nephew of his, Xia Deren, a permanent member of the Liaoning Province Committee, assistant secretary of Dalian City Committee, and the Mayor of Dalian City. Since then, Jiang had had his way in Dalian City when he visited, acting like the city was his private property.

According to media reports, Zhou Yongkang had claimed to be Mrs. Jiang’s nephew, and often boasted that he was very close to Chairman Jiang. Zhou Yongkang is a rather depraved man. According to people close to him, he often slept with prostitutes at hotels, with the excuse of working late.
Moreover, it’s said that on multiple occasions, he had forced himself upon female employees of the hotels. Since Zhou Yongkang had been one of the government officials most enthusiastic about persecuting Falun Gong, Jiang appointed him Minister of Public Security.

It’s difficult to track the total number of Jiang’s relatives who had advanced to high places, or made huge fortunes because of their relation to Jiang. When the higher-ups do not set a good example, the subordinates cannot be expected to behave well. Jiang’s escapade of nepotism, had caused the already corrupted Chinese Communist regime, to become irreversibly corrupt.

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Eight: Craving For Grandiose
1: Winning Politically At All Costs To The Nation

In the early years, as the Party’s head, Jiang Ze-min’s position inside the CCP was not very secure. Not only did he have to confront pressures from the senior leaders in the Party, but also he had to face the general public’s dissatisfaction, over the Tiananmen Massacre. Meanwhile, China’s foreign relations were on the rocks. Many countries called back their ambassadors. Trade and arms embargos hit China’s economy hard.

Premier Li Peng was originally Jiang’s immediate superior, but when Jiang was made General Secretary, Li became Jiang’s subordinate. It was somewhat awkward for both. At politburo meetings, Jiang always sat next to Li, and they hosted the meetings together. Jiang often made decisions based on Li’s facial expressions, so, outsiders called it the Jiang-Li system.

To solidify his position inside the Party, Jiang thought he needed to get on Li’s good side. Since Li used to serve as Minister of Water Resources, Jiang,on his first national tour, visited the Three Gorges Project, something Li had enthusiastically promoted. Next, Jiang actively lobbied for the project, and forced the National People’s Congress to approve its preliminary plans.

Jiang ignored the potential problems that the Three Gorges Project might cause, to navigation, generation of electricity, relocation of residents, the eco-system, the environment, and war-preparedness. Jiang left the decision-making of this massive project to people like actors, actresses, model workers, and token minority representatives. The sole purpose was to please Li Peng.

Jiang Ze-min had always taken China’s WTO accession as his achievement. In April 1999, after NATO air raids had begun, Jiang Ze-min urged Zhu Rong-jee to leave as scheduled for the WTO negotiations in the US. If the negotiation was to succeed, Jiang as the General Secretary would naturally get the credit, and it would be written into history as his achievements.
Were the negotiation to fail, it would stand to deflate Zhu Rong-jee’s arrogance, a prospect Jiang welcomed, as Zhu’s substantial contributions at the time jeopardized Jiang’s standing. However, considering the circumstances it seemed impossible for the negotiation to achieve anything. Were Zhu not to go through, a golden opportunity might be missed.

Both Li Peng and Qian Qi-Shen were against Zhu Rong-jee’s visit to the US. They thought his appeasement diplomacy amounted to begging for favors and showing weakness.
Zhu’s attitude was evident. He knew that the agriculture, telecommunication and finance industry of China would be hurt by China’s joining the WTO. Besides, given the low efficiencies of the state-enterprises, many enterprises would go bankrupt if fair competition were to be allowed. Zhu thus didn’t want to make too many concessions in his negotiations with the United States.

But Jiang instructed him otherwise and told him to focus on winning the political battle. Zhu was prudent having every concession approved by Jiang.

However, the CCP senior statesmen were unhappy even outraged with these concessions. Upon seeing their reactions, Jiang made Zhu Rong-jee a scapegoat, seamlessly shifted all the blames to him.

In October 1999, Jiang urgently needed a way to improve China’s relations with the West, and to quell popular discontent over the suppression of Falun Gong. It was for this reason, his thinking turned to the WTO. Jiang called a meeting of the Politburo demanding everybody’s support for greater degrees of concessions. When Zhu Rong-jee negotiated with the US delegation at the table, it was Jiang who called the shots in each move behind the scenes.

The concessions made to gain WTO accession were far more than those proposed with appeasement diplomacy.
On October 15, when both sides signed the agreement, Zhu Rong-jee draw upon the lesson he had learned, that great achievements make one’s boss feel insecure, and didn’t attend the signing ceremony. Nor did he attend the celebration party held at Zhongnanhai that night. Newsweek Magazine commented, that the WTO agreement made Zhu Rong-jee an invisible man.

It was Jiang who was the most eager in regards to the celebration of the 50th-anniversary of the CCP’s reign. He wanted to have a huge portrait of himself, placed next to that of Mao Ze-dong and Deng Xiao-ping, on the anniversary day. He wanted the Army, Navy and Air Force march before him, and enjoy the feel of being the Chairman of the Military Commission, to show off the power to the world.

When Zhu Rong-jee learned that the total cost of the celebration would be 180 billion yuan, that’s 22 billion US dollars, and that this included the plans for elaborating ceremonial tributes, giving raises to public servants and retired staff, and creating new infrastructures for the celebration.
He was furious and bit his lips not uttering a word.

Jiang, by contrast, said: “I think the celebration needs to have a look of great power. When it comes to activities celebrating the 50th anniversary, we need to think about its political impact, rather than be limited by finances.” The money that Jiang lavishly spent on the extravaganza could have paid for the educations of 200 million students, or the daily needs of 30 million unemployed for a year.

When Jiang Zemin imitated Deng Xiao-ping shouting: ” Hello, Comrades!” He was not as confident as Deng, for Jiang knew that when Deng did the same, his reform brought people a couple of years of a better life. This time around, when Jiang had his celebration, some one hundred million citizens, the Falun Gong practitioners had just been made enemies, with their friends and family included, it’s a huge part of the population!
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8-2: Jiang’s Ghost Writers
Reply #28 on: 10:21 pm Wednesday, August 7, 2019

Eight: Craving For Grandiose
2: Jiang’s Ghost Writers

CCP’s leaders constantly needs to be eulogized and praised with articles and books. Jiang Zemin also proceeded to hire three writers, Teng Wensheng, Wang Huning, and Liu Ji, to help achieve his political goals. Most of the Jiang’s literary and oratory flare, if we are to call it such, came from some combination of the three.

Teng Wensheng was born in October of 1940, graduated in 1964 from Dept. of CCP history at People’s University of China.
In 1989, Teng became the deputy director of the CCP’s Institute on Policy Research, and was dubbed “the top writer” in Zhongnanhai. He was the main writer of Jiang Zemin’s political reports speech at the 16th Congress.

While working at the Institute of CCP’s Secretariat in 1980, Teng was responsible for collecting material and information, about China’s liberal intellectuals, such as Fang Lizhi, Wang Ruowang, and Liu Bin-yan. All such figures were eventually thrown out of CCP, with material and information gathered by Teng, serving as the basis. In Sept. 1987, Zhao Ziyang, with the backing of Deng Xiaoping, dismantled the Institute.

Teng’s biggest contribution to Jiang Zemin’s theory, as Jiang would have it to be called, was the creation of one of the three talks, known as “the talk of politics”. Teng was an expert on Mao Ze-dong, advised Jiang to follow Chairman Mao’s style, if he was to gain control the Politburo. That is to say, instead of giving the power to one confident, or close follower, have two or three high-ranking officials compete with one another internally, only have to finally come to Jiang for arbitration.

Wang Huning was born on October 6, 1955.
He had been a professor, and advisor for Ph.D. students in the dept of political science at Fudan University. This was before he went to work at CCP’s Institute on Policy Research. He was the true creator of the “three represents”.

Jiang admired Wang and his work almost to the point of obsession. He could recite paragraphs of Wang’s work, before ever meeting him in person. Wang drafted for Jiang a speech given at the 5th Plenary of the 14th Session of the Party Congress, entitled “On 12 Major Relationships”. Wang’s largest contribution was the theory of “the three represents”, and “the moving with times”, both of which he formulated for Jiang.

Wang created the three represents,for Jiang, and taught him to memorize it: “Communist Party must always represent the requirement of development of China’s advanced productive forces; the orientation of the development of China’s advanced culture, and fundamental interests of the overwhelming majority of the people in China.” Scour all the official reports in China’s media, if you will, and you will discover, that not a single person, including Jiang Zemin himself, could explain in clear terms, what the three represents are. The theory of three represents amounts to little more than a few empty words.
A person with good judgment, wouldn’t venture to boast about such a thing.

But the theory is just too important to Jiang, for a doctrine, Jiang knows, is necessary for lasting power.
Jiang exhausted his wits, trying a way to introduce the doctrine into the Party Constitution, and that of the nation.

And the aftermath of Jiang’s efforts, could still be felt even after Hu Jintao took over as the General Secretary, Chairman of the State and Head of the Central Military Commission. Hu was obligated to uphold the three represents. Similarly, most any speech that an official would make must be anchored by the doctrine.

The nationwide study and implement of the doctrine, hold three represent up to ridicule instead. The media reported that a woman said:” my daughter-in-law gave birth to such a chubby son, thanks to the three represents!” Some reported that first class public restrooms had been built in the guidance of the three represents. On a wall of a rural slaughterhouse, a slogan was painted in huge characters”Three Represents Guides the Work of Butchering!”

Wang had once been an assistant to the Chairman, and named by Jiang a member of CCP’s Central Committee at the 16th Congress. After Jiang began to lose power, however, Wang’s career suffered too, because he revealed the secret about the true authorship of the three represents. Jiang had grown furious with him.

Liu Ji was born in October of 1935, in Anqing, of Anhui Province, and was assigned to work in Shanghai, after graduated from Dept. of Hydraulic Engineering at Beijing’s Qinghua University. Then, he became vice president of China’s Academy of Social Sciences. Liu’s theoretical strength gave full play to the building up of the so-called “doctrine of the wise master”, which attempted to paint Jiang as the Party leader, with an open mind.

Liu was very close to Jiang, although not a family member, he called Jiang’s wife “sister-in-law”. He would move about freely in front of Jiang, and would visit Jiang’s residence without prior notice. If he wanted a change, he would travel to Jiang’s residence by car. If Wang Ye-ping was in a good mood, she would cooked a few southern dishes for him.

It was absolutely crucial for Jiang to be coached by Liu.
Liu knew exactly how to improve Jiang’s craft of Power-politicking. Jiang had a few long talks with Liu, on how to achieve such things, and later came to respectively call Liu the “Master of the State”. Afterward, Liu openly showed support for several reform-minded intellectuals. Jiang began to keep a distance from him.

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Eight: Craving For Grandiose
3: Gaining Through Calamities

In 1998, in the Yangzi River region, a small scale flood triggered a huge disaster of the century. Nearly 400 million people were affected, and direct economic losses were over 300 billion yuan, that’s 36 billion US dollars. The reason was that Jian Zemin, like Mao Zedong and many other CCP high ranking officials, deeply believed in fortune-telling Fengshui, to guard the levee, and protect his dragon vein, refused to divert the flood.

On August 6, 1998, the water level at Changsha, reached 44.68 meters. According to the State Council, the flood gate at Jingjiang had to be opened, so that water may be diverted to the floodway. Residents in Jingjiang’s floodway moved twice to prepare for the water diversion. And the Party Committee of Hubei Province requested the action many times. The flood gate, however, never opened.

Jiang Zemin had issued an order, that nearby military troops must all work on the levee. He commanded that the troop stand united with the people, guarding the levee in this decisive battle, even at the cost of death, seeking a full victory.
Thus the flood diversion plan was never implemented.
Premier Zhu Rongji and vice premier Wen Jiabao followed Jiang’s order, with great reluctance. As a result, the water level built up to an uncharted level of 45.22 meters.

After the death of Deng Xiaoping, Jiang’s wish for absolute control over the military grew stronger. He needed a legitimate reason to dispatch and employ a large number of troops in time of peace. When the Yangzi River was threatening to flood at almost every stretch, Jiang grabbed the opportunity. Following Jiang’s orders, more than ten corps, 300000 officers and soldiers, 114 major generals, lieutenant generals and generals,, and over 5000 officials at the regiment and division levels, were mobilized.

However, they were ordered to engage in military training, unrelated to the flood relief. During the flood, a total of 7 million troops and 5 million civilian reserves were used. The total number of soldiers involved was higher than that of the major battles of Huaihai, Liaoshen, and Pinjin, whose victories paved the way for the CCP to seize power in China. What’s more, the flood relief troops were frequently ordered to shift military bases, which had nothing to do with the flood, and made the already exhausted troops running around in vain.
As it turned out, the honorable cause of flood relief and emergency rescue, gave Jiang a legitimate excuse to test his authority and control over the military.

At the levee in Jingjiang City over a military map, in the presence of many media, Jiang donning a military uniform and a combat hat, acted out his part, as the Commander-In-Chief. Through this operation, Jiang truly established his control over the military. Objecting to the flood diversion plan, Jiang ordered that the levee be guarded with human lives.

The civilian-built dikes ruptured the Paizhou, Jiujiang and Jiangxinzhou area of Jiayu County. The levee along the main channel of the Yangzi River broke. The high and strong waves hit the populated cities and towns. In 24 hours, the land turned into an ocean. Countless lives perished. Heart-breaking cries could be heard throughout the area.

There was nothing the survivors of the flood could do to help. Even the troops on the boats, were having a hard time staying afloat. The rescue efforts were severely hindered.
Many families were torn apart. Entire families died in the flood.
Many bodies were never recovered.

On August 7, the main levee of the Yangzi River located in the Jiujiang section ruptured. The officials panicked, and the situation turned chaotic. The commander didn’t know what to do, and ordered to throw anything mobile into the rupture to block the flood. Five million tons of rice, wheat and soybeans, more than 50 trucks and 18 wrecked boats, were thus dumped into the waters.

Later a 200-member special force group from Zhangjiakou, who were trained in levee-repair came, and build pilings around the rupture. Afterward, they used pilings to stabilize the prefabricated panels, then, they poured in mud and rocks, eventually sealing the opening.

The numerous ruptures caused tens of thousands of death, and more than 50 billion yuan property loss. Also, diseases broke out in the disaster area. Refugees tried to escape from the area. Those could not travel as fast as the spread of the disease died on the journey. Only those who would leave the loved one behind to die, could escape and survive.
Many survivors became the only one alive in the family.

By mid-August, the flood had forced 240 million people from their homes. While all of this was happening, Jiang Zemin invited 15 prominent directors and actors to Zhongnanhai.
On the piano, Jiang played, while singing along with young actresses, “An Evening In The Suburb of Moscow”, an old Russian love song. At the time when the Yangzi River turned into an ocean, Jiang, at the top of his lung, led the whole party singing a popular song”The Ocean, My Home.”

On August 13, when the ruptures were repaired, and the flood receded, Jiang went to Hubei Province, tightly flanked by military police officials. He held a microphone, and into the TV camera, shout out slogans such as”Believe firmly, and persist in this decisive battle!”

Jiang directed the media to systematically cover up this major policy mistake. Government officials were required to repeat lies about casualties and property losses. The official numbers were set extremely low. The actual casualties and the amount of property loss were more than 50 times of the official statistics. Jiang utilized the media mouthpieces, and turned the tremendous disaster of his making, into opportunities to praise himself, as the glorious core of the Party, who was leading the people from one victory to the next. A new personality cult was in the making. The tone of the CCP’s propaganda and Jiang’s speeches, thus elevated to a new pitch.

The CCP-controlled newspapers and magazines pretended to quote international media to further glorify Jiang. They lauded Jiang with unabashed and rather ludicrous titles, setting him besides Mao and Deng, as the men of greatness.
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8-4: Bravo, Hongkong!
Reply #29 on: 8:39 pm Friday, August 9, 2019

Eight: Craving For Grandiose
4: Bravo, Hongkong!

In 1984, an agreement arranging the return of Hongkong to mainland China in 1997, was signed between British Prime Minister Magaret Thatcher and Chinese Premier Zhao Ziyang. Both leaders promised to attend the Hongkong return ceremony.  In 1997, Zhao requested to attend the ceremony in Hongkong. Jiang exploded: “Absurd!” pounding his fist on the table. He ordered Luo Gan to step up the security at Zhao’s residence to keep him firmly under house arrest.
The narrow-minded Jiang Zemin, who delighted in flattery, couldn’t stand the thought of letting Zhao take credit.

Therefore, he disallowed the public from knowing the fact.
In the CCP’s propaganda campaign afterward, Zhao was either blurred or cut out of photos that bore witness of the historical moment. Jiang ordered the Ministry of Propaganda, to shift the public attention towards the hand-over of Hongkong.
The ceremony marking Hongkong’s return was to be the focus of the world’s attention, a rare and historical event. Jiang was extremely eager to seize the occasion, and make a show of himself.

Some CCP high ranking officials stated at one meeting, that the return of Hongkong, though an important and much-anticipated event, was not something to boast about. For the sake of the Nation and Party’s image, the General Secretary of the Party should stay in Beijing. This made Jiang very upset and shaken, for his presence at the event would have implications, for personnel arrangements to be made at the Party’s 15th Congress. The uncompromising Jiang thus insisted on going to Hongkong.

On June 30, 1997, Jiang arrived in Hongkong in high spirits. At a home with seniors, he spoke people from Shanghai, in Shanghai dialect about his skills at Majiang. At the shopping center, he greeted an arranged welcoming crowd, in Mandarin Chinese, an accent of the Yangzhou dialect. Jiang couldn’t speak Cantonese, but that didn’t deter him, he would mimic Cantonese all the same. After seeing Jiang who despite his title of President of China, came across as somehow bizarre and bereft of self-esteem, the people of Hongkong couldn’t help but frown upon him.

On June 30, as it rained heavily, the troops marched to Hongkong beneath a sky of dark clouds. Between midnight of June 30 and early morning of July 1, the governments of China and Great Britain, went through the procedures relating to the transfer of Hongkong’s authority.

At the gathering, Jiang who was the media focus during the event, made a speech in his capacity as the President of China. He repeated the word of Joint Declaration, that Zhao had co-signed: the policy of one country, two systems; Hongkong is to be governed by the people of Hongkong, and that it should be a high level of autonomy would not change for 50 years, he declared, for this was to be the policies guiding the central government for years to come. With those words still resounding in the air, the color of Hongkong’s sky gave way to the color red.

Soon it was decided that Hongkong’s special administrator, was to be named by Beijing authority. The policies of the Hongkong government, was now only to be implemented after final approval from the central government in Beijing.
And the Hongkong people’s freedom of speech, soon was restricted among other changes. Within a few years, Hongkong, once known as one of the four Asian Dragons, and the pearl in the Orient for its prosperity and freedom, had fallen so fast, as to had to request funding from the Central Government. The move sparked complaints throughout the island.

Before Hongkong’s return to China, when China and United Kingdom were negotiating the transition of power, Beijing intended to establish Article 23 of the basic law, to govern treason and crime of subversion, to extend CCP’s totalitarian control to Hongkong. The proposal received strong opposition from many circles in Hongkong, and the United Kingdom.
To secure a smooth transition of power, Beijing publicly announced, that it would delay the passage of Article 23.

Due to the need to maintain the appearance of the One Country, Two Systems, Jiang could not apply the same totalitarian suppression of Falun Gong in Hongkong, as in mainland China. Hongkong is an international center, and major tourist destination, where Falun Gong practitioners are distributing truth materials. Jiang could not stand this happening under his nose, he considered the Article 23 Legislation, to be the best way to get rid of Falun Gong in Hongkong.

In 2002, when the Hongkong government facing reappointment, Jiang expressed unreserved support for Tung Chee-Hwa’s second term. Secretary of Justice Elsie Leung, who was born in a family of underground CCP member, also continued for a second term. While On Sang Chan Fang who had always been known for speaking her mind, and was called the conscience of Hongkong, was forced by Jiang to resign.
Besides, Secretary of Security Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee was eager to show Jiang her ability and loyalty, and could hardly wait. The time was right for Jiang’s plan in Hongkong.

Not surprisingly, soon after Tong assembled his new cabinet, the dept justice quickly announced the Hongkong government’s decision, to establish Article 23 of the basic law. The public comment period on the proposed Article 23, was only three months long. A more detailed proposal was to be published no later than the beginning of the following year. The proposal was to be sent to the Legislature to be reviewed and passed. Elsie Leung said she had already communicated with Beijing on this matter. The issue of Article 23 received tremendous attention. Opposition from various groups in Hongkong, and Chinese people the world over, remained strong, and was getting stronger.

July 1, 2003, six years after Hongkong’s return, 500000 Hongkong residents took to the streets marching.
The protest against the Hongkong government proposed Article 23, was far larger than expected. It’s not only shocked Hongkong, but also took the world by surprise. While the CCP’s media reported differently to the mainland people, that 60 thousand people celebrated the anniversary of Hongkong’s return to China. The demonstration in Hongkong shook Beijing.
The political forces in Hongkong became divided under the pressure from public opinion.

On the evening of July 6, chairman of the Liberal Party, James Tien, announced his resignation. Secretary of Security, Regina Ip Lau Suk-yee, had very low public support. And Financial Secretary Antony Leung Kam-Chung was exposed for his financial scandal.Both resigned from their posts. Article 23 just couldn’t get enough votes to pass. By then, Jiang had lost, and could not turn the situation around.

The notorious Tung Chee-Hwa, who kowtow to Jiang at the expense of Hongkong people, officially resigned from the Hongkong Chief Executive position on March 10, 2005, after losing his main benefactor Jiang Zemin, and was deemed as damaged goods, by the CCP regime in Beijing.

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Eight: Craving For Grandiose

5: A Rascal Underneath

On August 15 the year 2000, before Jiang Zemin visited the US, to drum up momentum, and demonstrate to the West how open-minded and wise he was, Jiang arranged for Mike Wallace, the host of CBS’s 60 Minutes, to interview him.

Jiang pretended to have a magnanimous attitude, and indicated that the purpose of the interview was to promote the friendship between China and the US. However, Wallace was quite straightforward with him, and hit the nail on the head when he pointed out, that Jiang was the last major communist dictator in the world, and that Jiang sounded like a full-fledged politician, with no candor. Jiang, lack of the most basic concept of the law, had many embarrassing moments in the interview. For example, he didn’t fully understand what positions he held, and forgot some very basic facts, such as that the National People’s Congress simply does not have the right to elect the members of the CCP’s Standing Committee. He claimed that the press should be a mouthpiece of the Party, and that China has a different situation from the West for implementing democracy.

Of course, the most laughable part was Jiang’s smear of Falun Gong, by saying that Falun Gong’ founder, Li Hongzhi, had claimed to be a reincarnation of the Lord Buddha, and a reincarnation of Christ, and preached an apocalyptic doctrine about the end of the Earth, and how the planet would explode.

Jiang had also said that Falun Gong had driven thousands of its members to commit suicide. With the mention of Christ, he was trying hard to incite hatred from the American public.

The truth is, though, that Falun Gong’s founder never claimed to be a reincarnation of Buddha or Jesus. What’s more, in 98 and 99, Mr. Li told thousands of people in a large audience, that the destruction of the Earth that had been predicted by many to occur in 99 would not take place, and Falun Gong’s teaching is against killing and suicide.

Jiang was so eager to spread hatred, that his outlandish claims turned into rumor-mongering. From the special interview with Mike Wallace, people obviously were unable to see Jiang’s wise image, but instead, witnessed his demeanor as a rascal, and his loose tongue. It must be pointed out, that when Jiang lied to Wallace in his capacity as the head of state, he took advantage of China’s national prestige to slander Falun Gong, and in turn, harmed the entire prestige of China. Jiang was satisfied though, with his talking and laughing merrily in front of the American reporter.

However, only three months later, he turned fumed with rage, before a Hongkong junior reporter. Jiang was meeting with Tung Chee-hwa, Hongkong’s Chief, who came to Beijing to report on his post.

When a female reporter asked Jiang if Tung Chee-hwa’s second term was assured by Jiang’s imperial order, Jiang grew so furious, that he accused the Hongkong reporters, with his incoherent Cantonese and English, of asking simple and naive questions. He said to the reporters in English: ” You are too simple, too naive! And I’m angry!”

The whole process lasted four minutes. He even shamelessly asked the reporters to forget professional ethics, just shut up and make money. Wallace didn’t make Jiang explode, however, a young woman reporter easily did that. Jiang, tearing up his mask, exploded and showed his true color in front of the world. This must have made Wallace regretful.

After venting his rage before Hongkong reporters, Jiang probably realized that he had crossed the line. He then pointed his fingers at the reporters, and warned that if their reports had deviations, they would be held responsible. The Hongkong’s media was shocked by Jiang’s admonishment. Nearly all the daily newspapers reported the story with very eye-catching headlines, describing Jiang as, behaving rascally.
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8-6: King Of Toads
Reply #30 on: 8:22 pm Sunday, August 11, 2019

Eight: Craving For Grandiose
6: King Of Toads

The CCP’s believing and spreading atheism. Its philosophy of fighting Haven, fighting Earth, and fighting people, is against the very essence of Chinese tradition and culture, that is respect of God, Haven and Earth, and belief of harmony between mankind and nature. The CCP destroyed China’s natural environment and cultural heritage. Lakes, such as Bai-yang-dian and others, were dried up. The traditional design and layout of ancient cities, such as Beijing, were violated. Many historical sites were destroyed.

Even though the CCP is atheism in name, many high ranking Party officials deeply believe in fortune-telling, yin-yang, and Fengshui. Before Mao entered Beijing, he sought advice from an aged Daoist monk, who told Mao 4 numbers: “8341”. Mao used 8341 to named his entourage. Years later, people realized that Mao died at 83, and had been at the CCP’ hem for exactly 41 years.

Jiang does not care for real Chinese traditions at all. He depends on the heresies of Fengshui to bless his power.
In order to turn around Beijing’s Fengshui, he did not bother to improve the environment, instead, he pinned his hope on adding water to Lake Bai-yang-dian. Instead of removing Mao’s tomb from the center of the city, he increased the height of the flagpole facing Mao’s tomb in the Tiananmen Sq. to counteract the yin qi.

Jiang is cautious about not running into bad luck. Although he often travels afar, Jiang has never visited the City of Zhenjiang, the name of which in Chinese means literarily to suppress Jiang, as he is afraid of misfortune.

He is also very sensitive to the auspiciousness of speech of those under him. Whoever says anything that Jiang rules to be taboo, will meet with punishment. When Jiang visited Hunan Province, the Party Chief there Wang Maolin told Jiang: “We follow you when we were in Beijing, but here in Hunan, you can count on me.” To an average Chinese person, this is a clear expression of a host’s eagerness to please. But Jiang thought Wang was trying to seize his power, and grew extremely displeased. No long, Jiang reassigned Wang to a post with no real power.

In 1996, Jiang visited a famous Buddha Temple on his way to Southern China. After offering incense in the main hall, Jiang went to the bell tower. The abbot tried hard to dissuade Jiang from tolling the bell:” Kind benefactor, you must not toll the bell here.” Jiang grew annoyed, and ignored the abbot and tolled the ancient bell. The abbot stayed silent and wept for a long time. Later, it was learned that the abbot knew Jiang Zemin as the reincarnation of the king of toads. The bell he tolled would trigger the water species to bring troubles to China. After the incident, the flood would hit China every year and be difficult to quell.

From that point on, it did seem that water-induced disasters grew more severe in China. In 1998, which was Jiang’s zodiac year of the Tiger, the flood disaster was unprecedented.
In the ensuing year, flooding proved to be frequent. A rhyme was apt to passing on in Beijing: “Jiang Zemin, Jiang Zemin, the river water drowns men”. In other words, it was implied that Jiang came to power would bring a water-borne disaster.

In handling the flood in 1998, Jiang refused to open the flood gate to divert the flood, for fear of ruining his dragon’s vein.
He blindly believed a phony Fengshui master, who got popular in Zhongnanhai. As a result, a small flood turned into a disaster of the century. To him, hundreds of millions of peoples’ lives, are nothing compared to his dragon’s vein.

Jiang’s inclination for water is well known. He has had an affinity for water all his life. And even on foreign visits, he has found it hard to resist submerging himself in water. Pictures of him swimming in Hawaii, and the Dead Sea have been widely shown in the media. Most of the hotels he has chosen to stay at, have had aquatic creatures on display. When he claps, his ten fingers splayed, rather than together, something unique.

Outside of China, a number of persons who have studied the book of Revelation in the Bible, Nostradamus’ book Century, and prophecy book Push Back Pictures, have in recent years come upon prophecies, that would point to the unique role, Jiang has played in the present day, as well as the disasters he would bring to China, and the world at large.

It’s the famous French Prophet, Notrisdamus, who noted that Jiang’s origin has a deep connection with water:  “From the three water signs, would be born a man, who would celebrate Thursday as his holiday. His renown, praise, rule, and power will grow on land and sea, bringing trouble to the East.” Jiang Zemin was born in Jiangsu, which is the first water; Jiang was first promoted to an important position in Shanghai, whose hai is the second water; When Jiang moved to Beijing and became the highest leader of China, he lived in Zhongnanhai, again, hai the third water.

Many of the persons who promoted Jiang had names related to water. Take, for example, Zhang Aiping’s ping related to water.
When in Shanghai, Jiang was promoted by Wang Dao-han.
Wang implies water. Or Bo Yibo’s Bo also has a lot to do with water.

Toads prefer water to soil and detest fire, which would explain why Jiang so dislike Zhao Ziyang. The Yang signifies the sun.
And Qiao Shi, Shi means rock. And Zhu Rongji, Rong, metal. Jiang also likes names with auspicious meanings.
People such as Teng Wensheng, born as a scholar; Jia Ting-an, peaceful government; You Xigui, lucky and prosperous; and Wang Huning, peace in Shanghai, were promoted because of their names. Li Changchun was one of Jiang’s favorite because his name meant forever Spring.

The Tang Dynasty book “Push Back Pictures”, predicted in its 50th image, the flood of 1998, and Jiang’s crackdown on Falun Gong. The section Song refers to Jiang, a zodiac tiger in the year of the tiger, failing to handle the flood well, owing to self-interest. The results of this were a grave disaster. To block the rupture in the dikes soldiers and civilians threw large amounts of grains into the river. The violent flooding indeed destroyed many a barn filled with rice. The valuable goods were lost in but a moment’s time.

The section Chen implied that during a time when the confrontation between the Communism and free world is approaching to the end, and the world is facing tremendous changes, in the final show-down of Good against evil, Jiang’s police and law-enforcement machinery are acting like jackal and wolves.

A textual comment to the book says;” after the flood of 1998, people won’t get time to recover and replenish yet, Jiang again, started another sweeping ordeal.

Post Merge:  7:35 pm Monday, August 12, 2019

Nine: Jiang’s Beginning & End
1: Resentment From Hell

In the Ninth year of the Wude Period of the Tang Dynasty, the founding Emperor, Gaozu, also known as Li Yuan, with the help of his formidable second son, Li Shimin, quelled 18 rival kings and 72 groups of rebels, unified and secured the nation.
Gaozu had four sons. Baby son, Li Yuanba, died young. The rests were Jiancheng, King of Ying, Shimin, King of Qin, and Yuanji, King of Qi.

The eldest, Jiancheng, weak and rather incompetent.
Yuanji being of something of conceited, and self-righteous dandy had long coveted the throne. Li Shimin, however, was popular, and successful, and as such, irked Yuanji. Day in and day out Yuanji brooded over the matter, finally arriving at a scheme, which was first to employ Jiancheng to bump off Shimin, and then, in turn, have Jianhcheng killed, making himself the sole heir to the throne.

Jiancheng and Yuanji were romantically involved with Gaozu’s favorite concubines, Zhang Yanxue and Yin Sese. And their affairs were discovered by Shimin. On this account, brothers Jiangcheng and Yuanji held grudges against Shimin, though Shimin did not bring the affairs to their father’s attention.
Li Shimin, a true prince, peerless in merit, almost single-handedly outsmarted and muscled the Li family’s enemies, to establish the Tang Dynasty. His feat winning the praise of Gaozu evoked jealousy and resentment on the part of Jiancheng and Yuanji.

It happened that, one day Princess Pingyang died of illness.
Her funeral brought together all civil and military officials as well as family members. With ill intent, Jiancheng and Yuanji invited Shimin to a feast at which they had prepared a poisonous drink for the brother. Shimin, unsuspecting and broad-minded as he was, took the invitation to be an attempt by his brothers to atone for their misconduct.

As always, the real king never dies prematurely. So fate has it, that as Shimin raised his cup at the banquet, and took a sip, a swallow flew overhead and released droppings that landed in the cup and on his clothing.

Shimin left to change his attire when sharp stomach pain suddenly gripped him. Back at his residence, he laid all but dead after a night of loose bowels and vomiting liters of blood.
He knew something must have been amiss with his drink.

Upon hearing what happened, Emperor Gaozu feared that Shimin and his brothers couldn’t get along. Gaozu made a plan to send Shimin to Luoyang. After their scheme failed and exposed, Jiancheng and Yuanji were desperate knowing full well that their courageous and open-minded brother Shimin would prove invincible with his team of great civil officials and generals. In another venomous scheme, the brothers plotted to redeploy Shimin’s leading generals to fight the Turks. At this, Shimin, angered by his brothers’ tricks, revealed to Gaozu the details of Jiancheng’s and Yuanji’s affairs with the concubines. Enraged Gaozu ordered Jiancheng and Yuanji to appear before the Imperial Court the next day to address Shimin’s allegations.

Jiancheng and Yuanji, flanked by about 500 troops, instead waited at Xuanwumen ready to kill Shimin upon his arrival.

Much to their surprise, however, Shimin came fully armed. Jiancheng and Yuanji shot three arrows in panic, but Shimin managed to dodge them all. General Qinqiong shot one arrow in return and killed Jiancheng. Then, Yuanji was killed by an arrow by General Yuchi Jingde. The story has been known as the Xuanwumen Incident.

After Yunaji was killed, his wicked soul descended to Hell to pay for his sins. Yama, the King of Hell, was fully aware of Yuanji’s God-forbidden conduct; his affair with his father’s concubine; the murder of Shimn’s fiance; poisoning of Shimin; and the conspiracy to have Shimin assassinated. Thus, he condemned Yuanji to the lowest rung of Hell, sending him through the gate of No-return.

Upon ascending the Throne, Li Shimin was dubbed Emperor Taizong, marking the beginning of the Zhenguan Period. Taizong’s magnanimity almost divine made him immensely popular with the people. His succession to the Throne accorded both with the will of Heaven and the wishes of the people, making for a true blessing to all.

In the 22nd year of the Zhenguan period, a Buddhist monk, named Xuanzang, returned from a pilgrimage to India, in search of Holy Scripture. Taizong led an entourage of hundreds of civil and military officials to welcomed the monk home at Zhuque Bridge. To honor the occasion, Taizong later wrote: “A Preface To The Translation Of Holy Scripture By Sanzang Of Tang Dynasty”. Taizong, a wise and loving Emperor, died in the 23rd year of the Zhenguan Period.

Throughout his reign, Taizong looked out for the welfare of Buddhism and carried forward Daoism and Confucianism. Having an extraordinary background, the likes of which no ordinary man could know, Taizong, in his later incarnations, naturally upright, be he an emperor, a king, a general, a minister, a scholar, or a master of martial arts.

A thousand years later, the Noble King of Turning Wheel would come to the world in the form of Buddha Maitreya to spread Dafa and save the sentient beings. However, the old forces of the cosmos, in the name of “assisting” with the affair, and “testing” Dafa’s Disciples, would sabotage the Rectifications of the Laws of the Cosmos, and the salvation of sentient beings.

The old forces, following the Law of Mutual Engendering and Restraining, wanted to create, for their purposes, a clown with human form, that lacks any semblance of proper thoughts or normal reasoning, an entity possessed of traits such as stupidity, wickedness, depravity, treachery, ugliness, pretentiousness, envy, and cowardice. The grotesque figure chosen for such a role would be destroyed afterward, having perpetrated crimes so heinous as to be forever unpardonable.
The only place they could find such a figure is in the Hell lowest rung.

After extensive searching, the old forces found Li Yuanji’s wicked soul in Hell, who had been paying for his debts, and suffering for a thousand years, and had lost his original life form and his coherent thinking, except for a sinister qi of envy and hatred. No other life would be justified for such a fate except this one. Harboring so deeply a personal resentment towards the great Savior, this one would be the best choice.

Blissfully, the old forces thus channeled the sinister qi, the remnant of Li Yuanji, into a dark and murky grave, here in this world. In that grave, a toad had been long present. It happened that as it opened its mouth was about to croak, the sinister qi of thousand years, was sucked in and entered. Incidentally, the toad’s original soul was driven from the body to reincarnate elsewhere. The sinister qi thus became the wicked soul of that toad.

A few years later, the toad died. And the qi of the wicked soul, that had assumed a toad’s form, reincarnated as a human being.
His name is Jiang Zemin.
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9-2: The Mystery Cave
Reply #31 on: 7:41 pm Tuesday, August 13, 2019

Nine: Jiang’s Beginning And End
2: The Mystery Cave

In the early spring of 2005, Udumbara flowers were found blooming at two temples in the Republic of Korea.
Later, in Taiwan and many locations in mainland China, Udumbara flowers were blooming. The flowers are shaped like bells and give out a pleasant fragrance.

This is no ordinary flower. And it blossoms only once every three thousand years. According to the Buddhist Canon, the blooming of Udumbara signifies that the Noble King of Turning Wheel has come to the human world to impart heaven’s law.

Word of the blooming reached Qi Men County of Anhui Province, where there lived a farmer, named Wen Chuandeng. Upon hearing the news of the Udumbara flowers, Chuandeng who lived alone in a modest home wondered to himself: It has been said the Udumbara would bloom with the birth of Buddha Maitreya. Why not leaving home and travel about? I might be fortunate enough to hear Buhdda Maitreya’s preaching. And that would be a divine blessing.

Looking through the belongs in his house, he found no items of values save for a sword passed from his forefathers. The sword could be used as a gift to his newfound master. Chuandeng thus headed off sword in hand, a little money on him, towards the nearby Huangshan mountains in hope of finding an enlightened master.

A tourist guide was leading her group to visit a peculiar cave near the mountains. There was plenty of mystery about the cave. Some insisted that it’s a stone pit, but no record of the stone pit could be found in the county’s archives. Furthermore, there was no project nearby in history would need that much stone.

Chuandeng followed the tourists, and entered the cave.
Inside the cave, the guide told the tourists: “The cave was discovered in 1999. At first, people found a lot of crushed rock mixed with bones of cattle in the cave, which confounded the locals. And there were murals inside the cave that seemingly made no sense to observers. The locals, themselves baffled, dubbed the cave thousand-year mystery cave. The cave was opened to the public in May 2001, and Jiang Zemin made a special trip here in the same year.

It was cold inside the cave, though it’s summertime. As Chuandeng peered at the murals, he felt the old sword hanging from his waist began to vibrate. It was giving out a humming sound. Wondering what was happening, he drew the sword out and saw that, miraculously, something like words or symbols were flowing on it like water moving from handle to tip.
The sound the sword made grew louder and louder, as if the sword was about to take flight. He was worried others might see the strange spectacle. He hurriedly sheathed the sword, and stepped out of the cave.

An old monk was sitting there close to the cave. The monk took a close look at the sword and realized this was an ancient sword named Gong-Bu, a sword that possesses its own intelligence. When Chuandeng told the monk the sword was handed down from his family’s ancestor,2500 years ago, the monk figured that Chuandeng must be the descendant of General Wen Zhong, in the Spring-Autumn Period 2500 years ago. Chuandeng wished to dedicate the sword to the monk, and follow him as his apprentice.

But the old man said: “I can see, you are a man who is not caught up in money and fame. There is only one person in this world, who can offer you salvation”. Chuandeng puzzled. The monk continued: ” When people discovered the blossoming of the Udumbara flowers, they figured that Noble King of Turning Wheel has not been born. But the fact is that he has already been imparting his teachings for 13 years here, in this world”.

Chuandeng counted on his fingers and asked in astonishment: ” Do you refer to Falun Dafa?” “You are quick.” The man said with a smile.

The monk pointed out: “The mystery cave resembles a large toad. Its flat entrance, like a plate placed face-down, is the toad’s mouth. And inside is toad’s belly. The hunched top of the cave with its green circles is the toad’s back. Just now, you shivered from cold inside the cave for the reason that it’s full of damp cold air, and populated by rotten ghosts, who are hidden to the naked eye. Your sword vibrated because it was anxious to slay the wicked entities.

Jiang Zemin’s soul is the toad demon. It’s the old forces who created him who would violently abuse Dafa in the world.
The Noble King of the Turning Wheel, gracious and merciful gave Jiang a window of opportunity to repent. Yet, Jiang chose to persecute Falun Gong in 1999. He had squandered his chance through his own actions. Jiang’s soul was thus condemned to incessant Hell. In his effort to suppress Falun Gong, Jiang Zemin lost too much of his vital energy.

In May of 2001, Dafa Disciples eliminated the toad demon. Therefore, Jiang came here to this toad cave, on the verge of death, hoping to replenish black energy. What was active in the world today, was merely Jiang’s human shell, propped up by the rotten ghosts.

Jiang is a tyrant. The locals are facing a hard time to have ends meet, while he spent some 200 million yuan of the country’s money on his trip, to build the road for him, and air-ship fresh fruits for him, and mobilized countless armed police, posted along the trail leading up to the cave. Even the chair, in which Jiang was carried up the trail, was made from special bamboos and ropes, that were imported, from other parts of the world.

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9-3: The Grand Finale
Reply #32 on: 8:26 pm Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Nine: Jiang’s Beginning & End
3: The Grand Finale

Chuandeng met with this Buddhist monk outside the mystery cave, and learned that the Noble King of Turning Wheel had been teaching the Buddha Law for 13 years. The old monk continued: ” The history of mankind, is like an epic drama. Jiang, the clown, has to answer the curtain call yet. He will be needed, on stage, for one last scene.”

And the monk said: “The rotten ghosts are divided into those who are adept at speech, and those who are adept at song, and those who can play musical instruments. So when Jiang needed to meet with foreign dignitaries or make hos case against Falun Gong, his physical body would, acting under the control of the rotten ghosts, become fluent at spewing slanders, and launch into songs and dances.”

Chuandeng wanted to know more: ” A moment ago you mention incessant Hell. What’s that?” “Incessant Hell is expansive, huge!” Answered the Monk. “The word incessant refers to never-ending punishment in Hell. There are five incessants.

First, Incessant Time, which means non-stop around clock suffering;

Secondly, Incessant Space, which means every inch of the body is subjected to torture, leaving no spot untouched;

Thirdly, incessant torture apparatuses, which means different instruments employed without end;

Fourthly, Incessant Status, which means all are tortured equally irrespective of gender or social status in one’s previous lives;

And fifthly, Incessant State, which means the condemned are ceaselessly in a state of dying from suffering, only to keep regaining consciousness and continue on suffering.
There is no end to the suffering that the condemned go through in the process of destruction, layer by layer.
Nothing in this entire Cosmos is more horrific than this.”

Convinced by what the monk told him, Chuandeng went down the mountain the next day, and soon found the book”Zhuan Falun”.  He thus embarked on the path of self-cultivation.

One day in the future, the Global Coalition To Bring Jiang To Justice, in collaboration with Chief Justices of various countries, is holding a public trial of Jiang on Tiananmen Square. At the time, the truth about Falun Gong has become known around the world. The Jury reads an indictment against Jiang, one thousand pages long, and sentenced him to death on ground of treason, embezzlement, torture, crimes against humanity, and genocides among other charges.

Immediately after the pronouncement, a rope descents from the sky, binds Jiang tightly from head to toe, Jiang hangs in the air upside down. Winds and thunders erupt. Lightnings strike Jiang hitting every inch of his body. Smokes abound, Jiang’s clothing, hair, flesh, organs, and bones burst into flame in no time. Jiang vanishes in the fire.

Then, Chuandeng is startled by the boisterous sounds of fireworks, gongs, and drums. A festival mood has engulfed the city. Chuandeng now fully understands what the monk meant by “the clown has to answer the curtain call.”

By this time, Wen Chuandeng has done spiritual cultivation for some time, and has come to witness Jiang’s end on Tiananmen Square. Grateful to have been born into the world, in the time when the Noble King Of Law Wheel is imparting Heaven’s teachings, and to have managed to gain the Way and cultivated himself. Chuandeng composed the following poem:

Great was my fortune
To gain the Law and follow the Lord Buddha,
Merrily I Bore the Pain,
Diligent returning to my true self,
I have fulfilled my grand vow
Assisting the master as he turns the wheel,
Eliminating the demonic mending the Cosmos.

Still in thought, Chuandeng found before himself a strand of yellow ribbon, trickling down from the sky. Tucking it in his hand, Chuandeng saw on it a six-line poem that reads:

The Clown

The three-legged toad made a fool of himself in this world,
All ten evils did he demonstrate, no scheme left untried,
Every disgraceful thing did the sinister clown do,
Not a virtue or talent to his name he pretended to be a hero,
Five thousand years of Chinese Civilization everything ready,
Save for one last scene with the Clown.