The Chinese Communist Party (CCP)’s Fourth Plenum concluded this week with President Xi Jinping and Vice-President Wang Qishan achieving their absolute personal dictatorship and thus China has entered an era of Cultural Revolution Version 2.0, according to Political commentator Lude at his Youtube Channel Ludepress.
In the past, it was a dictatorship by the Communist Party, Lude said, today it is a persona dictatorship by these two CCP leaders.
Financial analyst Lao Jiang who was also with Ludepress said that Xi and Wang have combined into one body, working together to put forth the Blockchain Initiative and a digital currency to challenge the US dollar, aiming to dominate the world.
Lao Jiang said neither Xi nor Wang has the intention for reforms or to meet with the norms of the US and the western world. They are going down the route more vicious than other dictators like Mussolini and Hitler.
Lude told in the live-broadcast that real estate tycoon Wang Jianlin, once the richest man in China, was detained for about two months before the CCP’s Fourth Plenary Session and was only recently released with weight loss of nearly ten kilos.
“It is still luck for Wang Jianlin to come out alive after the detention,” said Lude, “Obviously, Wang has been forced to list his assets worthy of tens of billions in a piece of paper and hand them over to the CCP.”
Lude said Wang was requested to transfer his money into the same account formerly run by financial tycoon Wu Xiaohui who bought the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York. And that account is now controlled by Wang Qishan.
Alibaba founder Jack Ma was also restricted under some sort of house arrest for about two months during the same period, Lude said. Although Jack Ma bought a huge piece of land for a personal resort in the United States, he and his family would not have the opportunity to spend their retirement there, said Lao Jiang.
According to Lude, right after the CCP’s Plenary Session, family members of at least 3 CCP leaders were detained by security police: Li Changchun, Liu Yunshan and Liu Qibao.
Lude assured the audience that his information had come from reliable sources within the CCP leadership.
Li Changchun is a retired senior leader of the Communist Party. He served on the Politburo Standing Committee, the Communist Party’s top leadership council, and as the top official in charge of propaganda, between 2002 and 2012.
Li had a widely varying political career spanning three provinces, first as Governor of Liaoning, then Party Secretary of Henan, and then Party Secretary of Guangdong, before being promoted to the national leadership in 2002.
Liu Yunshan was a member of the Politburo Standing Committee between 2012 and 2017; he was broadly tasked with the work of the party’s secretariat, overseeing propaganda and ideological indoctrination.
Liu Qibao serves as vice chairman of 13th Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference. He was a member of the 18th Politburo of the Communist Party of China, a Secretary of the Secretariat, as well as the head of the Propaganda Department of the Central Committee. Previously Liu served as the party chief of the Guangxi and Sichuan provinces.
The same as other CCP officials, the families of these three CCP leaders are highly corrupt. “One of the arrested members was the Vice-president of Jingxi State Guest House,” said Lude, “The Jingxi hotel is nothing but a brothel of the CCP leadership. Even a hairdresser there would have tens of billions of dollars in her bank accounts.”
As the arrest of these three Party leaders would cause an earthquake within the party, Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan have chosen to detain their family members, as a warning and threat to other top CCP officials who dare to challenge their dictatorship.
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By Cloudy Seagail