The Heavens will ruin the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
Floods have swamped large parts of southern and central China after the worst torrential rains in decades.
433 rivers into the Yangtze have overflowed and anxiety has built up for fear of the collapse of the Three Gorges Dam. Today, the dam is threatening to burst and flood the city of Wuhan already hammered by the novel coronavirus.
In the Yangtze River basin, many people are dead or missing. Whole villages are inundated and millions of people displaced. At least 40 million people have been uprooted, according to local reports.
The government reports 141 deaths but Guo Wengui, CCP killer and founder of New Federal State of China, put the figures at 300 thousand to half a million, citing intelligence from within the CCP leadership.
Across the villages, when government help was rarely seen, people helped rescue their friends, family, and neighbors in whatever boats they could find or manufacture. Once rescued most people sought refuge with relatives, while those who had no one to care for them were accommodated in the local school.
Xi Jinping won’t care about the suffering of these deplorable citizens.
Now, all they can do is wait for the waters to recede.
Not far away from the flooded areas, a swarm of yellow-spined bamboo locusts has decimated large areas of land in the southern city of Pu’er in Yunnan. The invasion of crop-eating pests embarked on its path of destruction for more than 200 miles from China’s border with Laos.
Local officials confirmed up to 26 square miles of fields have already been destroyed.
The Pu’er forestry authority fears the worst is yet to come with numbers rising each day and have warned there is a “high possibility of a disaster” in the country up until September.
Wide-spread famine is expected in the months and even years to come, and the CCP regime is at the high alert of a food safety crisis.
It has been widely known that China’s shambolic handling of the coronavirus crisis in the initial phase of the pandemic in January involved a combination of lies, cover-ups and bureaucratic bumbling.
But it was the stunning absence of the country’s leader that may have contributed significantly to the rapid spread of the disease in the country, and eventually throughout the world.
Apart from many other sources of evidence, Hong Kong virologist Li-meng Yan who fled to the US accused Beijing of covering up the coronavirus and warned the world that “we don’t have much time”.
But the CCP leadership continues with its lies and disinformation to stop an independent inquiry into the origin of the coronavirus outbreak. Its crimes and threats to the world were fully revealed when it crashed the democratic protests in Hong Kong.
Global pressure has built up by the minute to hold the CCP accountable. The Trump administration labeled the CCP as the greatest threat to the world’s freedom. US-China relations have taken a quick shift from the two-year trade talks.
Last week, Secretary of state Mike Pompeo has called on “free nations” to triumph over the threat of what he said was a “new tyranny” from Communist China.
“Today China is increasingly authoritarian at home and more aggressive in its hostility to freedom everywhere else,” Pompeo said in a speech last Thursday at the Richard Nixon presidential library in Yorba Linda, California.
“If the free world doesn’t change Communist China, Communist China will change us,” Pompeo said.
Pompeo said Nixon’s worry about what he had done by opening the world to China’s Communist party in the 1970s had been prophetic.
In his speech Pompeo called the Chinese leader Xi Jinping “a true believer in a bankrupt totalitarian ideology” and a would-be global hegemon.
“General Secretary Xi is not destined to tyrannize inside and outside China forever unless we allow it,” Pompeo added.
Breaking news for the week in a sharp escalation of diplomatic tensions is that Beijing ordered the United States to close its Consulate General in Chengdu as a direct retaliation to days of provocation from Washington, which ordered China to shut down its consulate in Houston, Texas, over allegations it had stolen US research.
The next step in the escalation of tensions will definitely be more conflicts in the South China Sea when a coalition has been built by US major allies against the Communist dictatorship.
And please do not forget the battleground to tear down the regime’s most notorious Great Firewall and let the Chinese learn about the truth.
Secretary Xi Jinping is to fight a war in which he is doomed to fail and his China dream will vanish into ashes.
Though he has some warrior wolves to follow, no one shall expect the majority of Chinese people to take his side and support the dictator to challenge the civilized world.
Last week, Ren Zhiqiang, a real estate mogul and a close friend of Wang Qishan, was expelled from the Communist Party after he called President Xi Jinping “a clown,” with the party bringing charges of corruption against him.
Ren reportedly disappeared in March following a scathing criticism he wrote over Xi’s handling of the coronavirus pandemic in China. He published an essay accusing Xi of covering up the early stages of the outbreak.
“Standing there was not an emperor showing off his new clothes but a clown who had stripped off his clothes and insisted on being an emperor,” Ren wrote, shooting an arrow directly at Xi Jinping.
Xu Zhangrun, a law professor at Qinghua University and an outspoken critic of Xi Jinping and the Communist Party, was detained last month. He was released six weeks later.
On Saturday, a huge crowd was watching when trucks and vehicles with diplomatic plates pulled out of the US Consulate in Chengdu at its closure.
People stopped to take selfies and photos, jamming a sidewalk busy with shoppers and families with strollers on a sunny day. Police have shut the street and sidewalk in front of the consulate and set up metal barriers.
A man set off firecrackers. A little boy posed with a small Chinese flag before police shooed him away as foreign media cameras zoomed in. Hecklers cursed at foreign media shooting video and photos of the scene.
With the news of consulate closure, China stocks dived around 5%. The Shanghai Composite fell 4.20%, while the Shenzhen composite tumbled 4.64%.
Xi Jinping will deliver a speech Tuesday at the opening ceremony of the fifth annual meeting (video meeting) of the board of governors of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying announced on Monday.
As we see more and more Asian countries withdrawing their membership from the AIIB, Xi Jinping will soon go bankrupt as a true believer of the totalitarian ideology.
By Cloudy Seagail