What to expect on the eve of Chinese Spring Festival: Miles Kwok’s whistle blows VS CCTV evening Gala

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The CCTV Chinese Spring Festival Gala or Chunwan is set to kick off at 7:00pm tonight, live broadcasted annually by the national television station on New Year’s Eve. About 800 million viewers are expected to see the performances this year.

At the same time on another stage in New York City, another Chunwan Gala by Miles Kwok and Steven Bannon will be ready too at Miles’ penthouse, to reveal the scandals of Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and its corrupt officials, in addition to those of noted CCTV performers. World attention is going to be drawn more to this special event to counter the CCTV evening gala.

Although the CCTV Gala is a live broadcast from CCTV’s No.1 Studio, every year’s show has a taped version of the full dress rehearsal. The tape runs together with the live broadcast, so that in the event of a problem or disruption, the producers can seamlessly switch to the taped version without TV audiences noticing anything.

The CCTV Gala is said to be the first and biggest propaganda event in a new year to brainwash the population. Criticism on the Gala is actually so commonplace that the sentence “there’ll never be a ‘worst’, just ‘worse than last year‘ has become a popular saying over the years.

“In the past year… we have made efforts and achieved a lot”, President Xi Jinping said yesterday, extending his greetings to Chinese people of all ethnic groups, compatriots in Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan and overseas Chinese, according to Xinhua.

In Sunday’s speech, President Xi attributed the Party and country’s achievements to the hard work of 1.4 billion Chinese people. In the past, he has always said the achievements of China in the past 70 years must belong first to the Communist Party. The Chinese people are confused when the CCP leaders change their tones so often.

President Xi said, “Chinese society has been stable, and the people have enjoyed a stronger sense of fulfillment, happiness and security.” We don’t know if the president is a man able to speak the truth or not.

At a time of family reunions, the president spoke of the need to enhance people’s love for the family and the country, nurture and practice core socialist values, promote the spirits of patriotism, collectivism and socialism and advocate combining the love for family with the love for the country so that every individual and every family can make contributions to the big family of the Chinese nation.

But the whole nation has come to understand that the CCP leaders have always said one thing but done another. They speak honey but with a knife hidden from behind.

Earlier today, Miles Kwok also recalled his achievements made last year with the revolutionary whistle blows. He started his greetings to the Chinese people with these remarks:

“Dear friends, today is the last day of 2018 according to Chinese lunar year. I am both happy for what we have achieved in the past year and sad for the misfortune of many who are still suffering under communist persecution in China, including my family members and colleagues.”

Miles said that every minute and second of 2018 has been so meaningful for him that he shall be contented to live a short life with such a fruitful year of thoughtful happenings such as life threats, detention of family members and employees, temptation of interests, fines in billions, defamations, etc.

Miles is happy because his whistle blows have been echoed with unprecedented responses and have strong influence. He said he worked for a whole day yesterday with Steven Bannon and a technical team of 15 persons, busy in discussions and preparation for the live-stream broadcast which is only hours ahead.

According to Miles, the focus of tonight’s event will be in three areas: the video about His Holiness the Dalai Lama, the issue of North Korea, and scandals about Wang Qishan, Meng Jianzhu and other CCP officials. He said that more than 70 million people across the world have expressed their interest of attention on these topics. Hundreds of millions of people from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, UK, Japan, and the mainland are expected to watch his live broadcast on Twitter, Youtube and other social media outlets.

Miles said with excitement, “Too many people from China have expressed their concerns yesterday about my safety, for which I am very grateful.” He added that his intelligence in China has told that the CCP government has given orders to every provincial police authorities to closely monitor the whistle blows besides blocking Chinese netizens from viewing the broadcast from the United States. “Once again we have witnessed how the CCP has ruled the country of China with fake governance, evil police and lies.”

We look forward to being amazed by all the remarkable performances tonight!

Everything is just beginning.

By Staff writer

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