With his crimes and evils, it’s time for Chairman Xi Jinping to leave


Today, the global death toll from the coronavirus has exceeded 860,000 with more than 26 million people infected.

US deaths from the coronavirus will reach 410,000 by the end of the year, more than double the current death toll, and deaths could soar to 3000 per day in December, the University of Washington’s health institute has forecast.

The Chinese Communist Party and its leader Xi Jinping created this CCP virus and deliberately released it overseas. It’s time for the world to hold them accountable.

For your better understanding of why we are fighting this battle, I want to tell in greater detail about the crimes and evil deeds that President Xi has committed since he came to power in 2012.

Xi’s Greed and Evil Desires

In November 2012, Xi was elected to the posts of general secretary of the Communist Party and chairman of the CCP Central Military Commission by the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China. This made him the paramount leader of the People’s Republic of China after former President Jiang Zemin.

But Xi’s ambitions do not end here. He has the greed to become an Emperor in China.

Since 2012, Xi has started a massive overhaul of the People’s Liberation Army (PLA). He has been active participating in military affairs and taking a direct hands-on approach to military reform. In addition to being the Chairman of the Central Military Commission, he made himself the leader of the Central Leading Group for Military Reform founded in 2014 and commander-in-chief of the PLA’s newly founded Joint Operations Command Center.

In November 2013, at the conclusion of the Third Plenum of the 18th Central Committee, Xi consolidated his control of the massive internal security organization that was formerly the domain of Zhou Yongkang. He started the anti-corruption campaign and the so-called “comprehensive deepening reforms”.

Beginning in 2013, the party under Xi has created a series of new “Central Leading Groups”; supra-ministerial steering committees, designed to bypass existing institutions when making decisions.

While Xi’s family is among at least eight current and former Politburo members linked to offshore deals that hid their millions of dollars, according to documents leaked to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, Xi’s anti-corruption campaign was nothing but a convenient cover.

The range of officials targeted by Xi’s anti-corruption campaign is extensive. The campaign has found over 1.5 million CCP officials guilty of crimes and scandals. Besides Bo Xilai and Zhou Yongkang, the list includes army generals, 35 members of the CCP Central Committee, and nine members of the party’s internal disciplinary body.

Xi’s anti-corruption campaign is seen by many as a political purge aiming at removing opponents and consolidating power. His establishment of the National Supervision Commission, which is ranked higher than the Supreme Court, has been described by Amnesty International as a “systemic threat to human rights” which “places tens of millions of people at the mercy of a secretive and virtually unaccountable system that is above the law.”

In March 2018, the CCP’s National People’s Congress passed constitutional amendments that include removal of term limits for the President and vice president, an effort made to keep Xi himself in power for life.

In one of my articles “China is run by the sex organ,” I wrote, “The crackdown on Hong Kong’s democratic protests last year was basically linked to a book: Xi Jinping and His Lovers and the disappearance of five men from a Hong Kong bookstore.”

The CCP leadership has a tradition of sexual misconduct long before Chairman Mao Zedong. That is the special tradition with CCP characteristics.

The strong sexual desires of President Xi have driven him into many evils. The revelation of Xi’s sex life has made him so angry that Xi wants the whole population of Hong Kong to pay the price.

Xi’s Anger and Bad Temper

Xi is often in bad temper.

To punish Hong Kongers in favor of democracy and free speech, Xi supported Chief Executive Carrie Lam in cracking down the protesters in the second half of 2019. Xi has defended the Hong Kong police’s use of force, saying that “We sternly support the Hong Kong police to take forceful actions in enforcing the law, and the Hong Kong judiciary to punish in accordance with the law those who have committed violent crimes.”

Xi’s anger has led to widespread violations of human rights.

According to the Human Rights Watch, Xi has “started a broad and sustained offensive on human rights” since he became China’s leader in 2012, and the HRW also said that repression in China is “at its worst level since the Tiananmen Square massacre.”

Since taking power, Xi has cracked down on grassroots activism, with hundreds being detained. He presided over the 709-Crackdown on 9 July 2015, which saw more than 200 lawyers, legal assistants, and human rights activists being detained.

Xi’s tenure has seen the arrest and imprisonment of activists such as Gao Zhisheng, Xu Zhiyong, Pu Zhiqiang, Xu Zhangrun, Ren Zhiqiang as well as numerous others.

Xu Zhangrun, a professor at Qinghua University who criticized Xi’s handling of the coronavirus crisis was detained in 2020. The law professor has previously spoken out against the Mao-like cult of personality which has returned under Xi. “It is necessary to call for an end to the ever-increasing censorship and to give freedom of expression back to the intelligentsia,” Xu Zhangrun wrote in a widely circulated essay published in July 2018.

For years, Cai Xia, a former professor at China’s elite Central Party School, has watched the ruling Communist party decay from the inside. Last month she was expelled from the CCP party, two months after an audio recording of her describing Xi Jinping as a “mafia boss” was leaked online.

Not only that, but angry Xi also ordered to cancel the professor’s retirement pension.

On November 18, 2017, a fire broke out in a building in Beijing’s southern Daxing suburb, killing 19 people including eight children. Instead of comforting the dead and injured, Xi ordered to clean the migrant workers out of the capital in bitter winter.

The forced demolitions and evictions, the biggest Beijing has ever seen in over a decade, have raised concerns that the CCP government no longer even tepidly welcomes people from poorer parts of the country dwell in its crowded megacities. Xi’s government even gave a humiliating term to name these migrants: “low-end population”.

Worse than that, Xi’s anger went wildly mad with the ethnic minorities.

Over the past ten years, more than 160 Buddhist Tibetans have committed self-immolation—the act of setting yourself on fire—to protest the brutality of CCP’s oppression after its occupation of their motherland.

Following several terrorist attacks in Xinjiang in 2013 and 2014, Xi launched the “people’s war on terror” in 2014, which involved the mass detention of over one million people in concentration camps, and surveillance of the whole population of the ethnic Uyghurs there.

Internal CCP government documents leaked to the press in November 2019 showed that Xi personally ordered a security crackdown in Xinjiang, saying that the party must show “absolutely no mercy” and that officials use all the “weapons of the people’s democratic dictatorship” to suppress those “infected with the virus of extremism”.

When the US government is weighing formally labeling CCP’s brutal repression of ethnic Muslim minority Uighurs a “genocide” or “ethnic cleansing”, Xi is doing another “Cultural Genocide” in Inner Mongolia these weeks.

Tens of thousands of ethnic Mongolian students and parents are demonstrating in northern China last week over unannounced plans by the CCP government to phase out Mongolian-medium teaching in the region’s schools. Many see the new language policy as the next step in a policy of “cultural genocide” by Beijing. A directive from the Inner Mongolia education department recently ordered an end to Mongolian-language classes for first-year primary students and an end to Mongolian-medium teaching and materials in favor of the Chinese language.

The CCP has always threatened Taiwan with a war. In March 2018, Xi said that Taiwan would face the “punishment of history” for any attempts at separatism. In January 2019, Xi called on Taiwan to reject its formal independence from China, saying: “We make no promise to renounce the use of force and reserve the option of taking all necessary means.” Those options, he said, could be used against “external interference”. Xi also said that they “are willing to create broad space for peaceful reunification, but will leave no room for any form of separatist activities.”

Xi has always boasted 5,000 years of Chinese civilization, but his brutality shows only the ignorance of a dictator.

Xi’s Ignorance and Poor Education

President Xi is most upset when people say his PHD degree was fake.

In 2001, Xi Jinping wrote a thesis, “Tentative Study of Agricultural Marketization”, for a Doctor of Law degree at Tsinghua University.

Xi’s undergraduate degree was in chemical engineering, also received from Tsinghua in 1979, but this PhD degree is for a doctor of laws in Marxist theory and political thought education.

It is common for emerging CCP leaders to collect education credentials on their way to the top, and Xi’s thesis is commonly ghost-written by someone else. It is well-known that Xi didn’t write this paper himself but he probably agreed with what was in it.

But it is no doubt that Xi is the best student of Karl Marx.

In May 2018, Xi showed his “firm belief” in the scientific truth of Marxism, calling the German “the greatest thinker of history” at a grand gathering to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Marx’s birth.

“Marxism, for the first time, explored the path for humanity’s freedom and liberation from the stance of the people, and pointed out the direction, with scientific theory, toward an ideal society with no oppression or exploitation, where every person would enjoy equality and freedom,” Xi said at the event.

In reality, what President Xi has learned from Marxism is nothing about equality or freedom, but “class struggle”.

In his address to a training session for young leaders at the Central Party School on September 3, 2019, Xi spoke of the immense challenges facing the country and the CCP. The language he chose, however, was not “challenge,” “test” or “obstacle.” He spoke instead of “struggle.” In this speech, Xi used the word “struggle” for a staggering 56 times.

As a matter of fact, un-educated Xi has no faith in any truth of the world, not to mention religious faiths or humanity’s freedom.

In 2017, the local government of the Jiangxi province told Christians to replace their pictures of Jesus with Xi Jinping as part of a general campaign on unofficial churches in the country. Local social media said officials “transformed them from believing in religion to believing in the party”.

According to activists, “Xi is waging the most severe systematic suppression of Christianity in the country since religious freedom was written into the Chinese constitution in 1982”. And according to pastors and a group that monitors religion in China, Xi’s actions have involved “destroying crosses, burning bibles, shutting churches and ordering followers to sign papers renouncing their faith”.

In August 2018, Shaolin Monastery, the legendary kung fu temple built 1,500 years ago at Songshan Mountain in Central China, raised the national flag for the first time as the Communist Party tightened control on religions. Xi must be very happy to see the five-star red flag flew on a newly built altar at a grand ceremony in front of Buddhist monks and CCP officials from the local United Front Work Department and the Dengfeng Religious Affairs Administration.

Worst of all, government-organized live organ harvesting continues during Xi’s term.

Because of the Communist ideology and CCP’s governance regardless of the rule of law, respect for human rights, and religious faith, Chinese people have fallen into a general moral deterioration in society. People have witnessed Ponzi schemes one after another like the P2P scandal, poisonous infant formula, problem vaccines, and real estate bubble in a fake economy.

On 24 October 2017, at its closing session, the 19th Party Congress approved the incorporation of Xi Jinping Thought into the Constitution of the Chinese Communist Party.

On 15 June 2020, Xi’s birthday, Study Times, the media run by the CCP’s Central Party School, labeled Xi Jinping Thought as “21st Century Marxism”. It claimed that Xi Jinping Thought was the only scientific method to explain the Chinese Miracle in the 21st century. It also claimed to provide the “solution for the modern problems of humankind” and claimed that socialism was better than capitalism.

Poorly-educated Xi must be very pleased that his thoughts have surpassed the Bibble and all ancient classics. He is the Lord now!

Xi’s Pride and Arrogance

A cult of personality has been developing around Xi Jinping since he became the General Secretary and paramount leader of China in 2012.

On July 4, 2018, Dong Yaoqiong live-streamed a video of herself defacing the billboard of Xi Jinping while accusing the CCP authorities of “thought control.” In her live stream, Dong Yaoqiong said “I oppose Xi Jinping’s tyranny” and urged international organizations to intervene and investigate the CCP’s suppression of her.

The 28-year-old girl was later detained and put into prison. When she was released in January 2020, her father suspected that she was a victim of psychiatric abuse as her health had deteriorated because “she now appears to be a totally different person”.

Whoever dares to challenge Xi’s pride and arrogance must be severely punished.

Since Xi became the CCP General Secretary, internet censorship in China has been significantly stepped up. Chairing the 2018 China Cyberspace Governance Conference on 20 April 2018, Xi committed to “fiercely crackdown on criminal offenses including hacking, telecom fraud, and violation of citizens’ privacy.”

Comparisons between Xi and the Disney character Winnie the Pooh are censored on the internet following the spread of an internet meme in which photographs of Xi were compared to the bear.

In 2018, the Winnie the Pooh film Christopher Robin was denied a Chinese release when the police censored a nine-year-old for comments about Xi’s weight.

No doubt an authoritarian leader, Xi’s evils are far more than just an increase of censorship and mass surveillance, a deterioration in human rights, the cult of personality developing around him, and the removal of term limits for the leadership under his tenure.

His authoritarian ambitions are on a global scale.

Xi lines up with such malign dictatorships as Iran, North Korea, and Venezuela to challenge the civilized world. His regime willfully detains foreign citizens for political retaliation. It even threatens Australia with barriers in beef, barley, and wine trade.

The Belt and Road Initiative is considered a centerpiece of Xi’s foreign policy. Gradually arrogant Xi has demonstrated his pride and ambitions to lead the world.

Through the project, the CCP regime has made the most of Asia, Africa, Latin America and even Europe kowtow to its empty promises. It almost succeeded in its economic expansion as well as military expansion by way of unrestricted warfare.

Xi was also successful to make the United Nations, the World Health Organization, IMF and other major international organizations kowtow to him and collude with him to cover-up the truth as well as his crimes.

Sadly to Xi’s disappointment, more and more governments have accused the Belt and Road Initiative of being neocolonial due to what they allege is China’s practice of debt-trap diplomacy to fund the initiative’s infrastructure projects.

Xi had the confidence that his BGY scheme and 3F plan would finally take down America and remove Donald Trump from the White House. Xi had fooled Trump around in a trade war and almost succeeded in his meddling, espionage, and disinformation strategies.

Today, many countries have stood up against the threats from Communist China. Xi Jinping’s strategy for global domination has finally suffered a great setback.

Xi’s Doubts and Suspicion

A giant statue of Buddha in China’s Sichuan province has had its toes dampened by floodwater for the first time since the 1940s.

Rumors have it that “When the Leshan Buddha’s feet are wet, the CCP regime collapses.”

Superstitious Xi Jinping has doubts. He is worried that his empire would collapse at any moment.

Since early June 2020, floods have severely impacted large tracts of southern China due to heavy rains caused by the regional rainy season, primarily around the Yangtze basin and its tributaries.

Folk stories have told about possible regime change by similar floods in history.

Officials have warned that huge volumes of water are building up behind the Three Gorges Dam, a massive hydroelectric project on the Yangtze, and the risk is high for its collapse.

On August 18, Xi went for an inspection tour to Anhui, also ravaged by floods but then recovered. Xi dared not go to the Three Gorges Dam and flooded areas like Sichuan or Hubei.

To save its power, the CCP continues to lie and cover-up the truth of deaths and devastation by the floods.

Xi is afraid that too many grieving ghosts and spirits would haunt him day and night.

Today, Xi trusts nobody. He sees his life in danger if he went to those flooded regions near the Three Gorges Dam.

Xi fears coup attempts within the CCP that might take his life at any time.

When in Lishu County of Siping City last month, Xi visited the PLA’s military zone and the farmers’ cooperative at a green food raw material production base. He does not care much about his “China Dream” or a possible famine of the people; he cares about his doom.

He fears that he will soon become the target of US missile attacks!

Xi’s cover-up and mishandling of the coronavirus epidemic must now be added to the CCP’s shameful list of crimes. It is clear that the virus of Xi’s totalitarian rule threatens the health and freedoms not only of the Chinese people but of all people in the world. Xi has actually started a biochemical war with the coronavirus.

Today, Xi Jinping has become the greatest enemy of the United States, of the whole world as well as the Chinese people.

When the United States is ready, the world is ready, the Chinese nation is ready, to take down the CCP and bring Xi Jinping to justice.

The days of the CCP are numbered and it’s time for Xi Jinping to leave or die.

By Cloudy Seagail


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