Upcoming 11.19 Press Conference highlights unrestricted warfare against CCP regime


In six days on November 19, the Press Conference on the death of former HNA Chairman Wang Jian jointly hosted by exiled billionaire Miles Kwok and former Trump strategist Steven Bannon in New York will declare the doom of Communist Party of China and open a new chapter of Chinese history and wellbeing of the Chinese people.

Miles Kwok, also known as Guo Wengui, has been known for lobbing allegations of political corruption of top CCP officials including Vice President Wang Qishan via Youtube, Twitter and his Guo media, and is reputed as god of war by many Chinese.

In a year or so, Miles Kwok has captured the minds of many with his eloquence and wisdom, awakening the conscience of more and more Chinese while also winning the support of western civilizations. He is to be the gravedigger of communism in China and a door-keeper of freedom and democracy in the west.

The coming Press Conference will not only reveal the truth about the death of Wang Jian, definitely a murder by the CCP in order to cover up their corruption and other crimes, but also announce the coming of a new era of clear politics that spring has come to the great land of China with hope for freedom and democracy, and that the world will be in good order with peace and stability after the destruction of the vicious communist regime.

The communist ideology of President Xi Jinping can be traced to the same origin of late CCP Chairman Mao Zedong. The reforms and opening up initiated by Deng Xiaoping only made changes to the system by encouraging more people to get rich with more autonomy in economic activities. Former presidents Jiang Zemin continued with “making his fortunes in a silent way” and Hu Jintao followed with his “scientific outlook on development”. None of them had the idea of a political reform or any serious reforms to change the autocratic nature of the regime. The populous Chinese people are still exempted from worldly freedom, democracy, individual dignity and human rights.

The whistle blows by Miles Kwok started a war against the CCP government, and the Press Conference highlights the battleground between the forces of righteousness and those of the devils. It is a war of life and death, a war for humanity and a war for truth. And righteousness and truth must prevail.

To confront the Press Conference, the corrupt CCP officials are like a flock of scared birds or ants of panic in heated wok. They have tried their utmost to stop the Press Conference, including interference in US midterm elections, influencing the western demographics, and collaboration with Wall Street bankers to reset the world’s economic order.

The communist officials in Beijing know that they must act to adapt to challenges. They understand fully that they must change to survive, or to prolong their life. Their best policy could be a deal with US President Donald Trump to safeguard the communist regime while giving up economic or trade benefits. Their second choice of strategies is compromise with strict conditions in negotiation with western powers. The worst way out is to totally dismantle the CCP regime and return the power and freedom to the Chinese people. They are not going to make the worst choice, but results of Miles’ Press Conference and the international forces of anti-CCP alliance will push ahead with this choice of theirs.

In China, among the 1.4 billion population, or even within the CCP government, there is a strong force urging for freedom and democratic changes in the country. The whole nation needs to change to survive well; otherwise the great country with five thousand years of civilization would be brought to the edge of destruction.

The CCP is continuing to fool the ordinary Chinese around with tightening censorship and cheat the world with promises of so-called deepening reforms and more openness.

With these thoughts in mind, let’s take a look of what is happening in the international arena these days, which we find clues of relationship.

According to Caixin Global last week, HNA Group’s online investment platform outlined a plan to make delayed repayments to investors over 18 months or longer as the sprawling conglomerate’s liquidity crisis continues. Analytics revealed in Lude Talks recently that Wang Qishan and his people have secretly transferred assets of HNA Group to other entities for refuge.

Yesterday President Xi Jinping has revived Maoist call for “self-reliance” ahead of the 40 years anniversary of reforms and opening up.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is making a five-day official visit to Singapore this week, where he will attend the 33rd Asean Summit and related meetings. Mr. Li said yesterday that “China will further open its economy in the face of rising protectionism”.

At the same time, US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin has resumed discussions with his Chinese counterpart, Vice Premier Liu He, about a deal that would ease trade tension, ahead of a meeting of the leaders of China and the U.S. set for the end of the month.

US President Donald Trump began his 48-hour visit to Paris on Saturday meeting with his host, French President Emmanuel Macron, and has attended the ceremony marking the 100th anniversary of the World War I. Trump is working to win more support from his NATO allies and possibly from Russian President Vladimir Putin who has given his thumbs up to Trump at the armistice ceremony in Paris.

Earlier Kurt M. Campbell, Chairman of the Asia Group and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, said with his “The China Reckoning”, “The United States has always had an outsize sense of its ability to determine China’s course. Again and again, its ambitions have come up short. ”

“A combination of U.S. diplomacy and U.S. military power—carrots and sticks—was supposed to persuade Beijing that it was neither possible nor necessary to challenge the U.S.-led security order in Asia.” He said.

“The starting point for a better approach is a new degree of humility about the United States’ ability to change China.”

This time with Donald Trump and the global anti-CCP alliance, the Chinese have seen a better hope for their free rights and individual dignity for their next generation.

Another strong message to the world during the Press Conference would be “China is not an enemy, nor the Chinese, and the challenge ahead is to let the world understand the Chinese shall not be responsible for or become the victims of the wrong doings of the CCP and its corrupt regime”.

Miles has said that the upcoming Press Conference will open a new page of unrestricted warfare against the CCP and ignite a return to traditional Chinese spirit of justice and rule of heavens.

Everything is just beginning!

By Cloudy Seagail


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