“Fallen Tigers" Crimes Worse than CCP Admitted
Since former Chongqing public security director Wang Lijun
defected to the U.S. Consulate, the earthquake among the
Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) top officials has rumbled on.
“Big tigers” have fallen one after another,
including Bo Xilai, former Chongqing party secretary
Zhou Yongkang, former Politburo Standing Committee member
Li Dongsheng, former vice minister for public security and
Xu Caihou, former vice chairman of the
Central Military Commission
Commentators say, of course these extremely corrupt
officials deserve the death sentence, but the CCP is still
using them in attempt to extend its life by glorifying
the moves as the “anti-corruption campaign”.
However, the most serious crimes of plotting a coup
and live organ harvesting against Falun Gong practitioners
are still being covered up.
Around July 1, several officials widely regarded as
Jiang Zemin’s followers have fallen simultaneously.
Four “big tigers” were ousted from the Party and transferred
to court on the same day.
They are: Xu Caihou, military leader
Li Dongsheng, public security
Jang Jiemin, state assets and Wang Yongchun, PetroChina.
Zhou Yongkang’s three former major secretaries were also
expelled from the Party for “corruption”.
Commentators say, the CCP’s move attempts to distract
public attention from the hot democratic movement
by over 700,000 Hong Kong residents.
On July 2, a report titled “Four Big Tigers Fell Ahead of
July 1st as Official List of Tang Can’s Bed Partners Exposed”
was posted on the Internet.
The report said, Li Dongsheng had promoted a hostess
surnamed Wang and singer Tang Can and later gave them
to Zhou as a “present”.
By doing this, Li gained trust from Zhou who had
planned to promote Li as minister for public security,
after the 18th CCP National Congress, succeeding Meng Jianzhu.
The report mentioned when working as deputy head
of CCTV, Li Dongsheng had made the TV station massively
broadcast slandering programs against Falun Gong
to please Jiang Zemin.
When former head of 610 Office Liu Jing retired, nobody was
willing to take his position at that time.
Li Dongsheng was then promoted to ministerial level
to take over the 610 Office.
Afterwards, Li was unnaturally moved to the public security
department as vice minister, despite the fact that his former
position was irrelevant in the propaganda department.
This online report had been deleted soon after release.
Lan Shu, political commentator:”One group of CCP officials
have a bloody debt on their back.
They don’t want to solve the Falun Gong issue.
The other group doesn’t want to get into that bloody debt
and they hope to solve the issue.
We have heard different voices because these two groups
have different opinions.
But after all, the party does everything to protect
the“stability” of its regime.
If the truth of its bloody suppression against Falun Gong
in the past 10 years, such as live organ harvesting, is known
to the public, the whole regime will collapse.”
On June 30, Secretary Xi Jinping, himself, hosted
a Politburo meeting, in which he announced
the expulsion of Xu Caihou from the Party.
On the same day, a source named “Niu Lei” revealed that
both Bo Xilai and Xu Caihou rose to power from
the Northeast, where they met
the “political magnate” Jiang Zemin.
The source said, in 1999 on the centenary of Dalian’s foundation,
Bo Xilai went to Beijing to invite Jiang for a visit
and Jiang agreed.
During his visit, Jiang saw a huge portrait of himself
hanging above the Renmin Square in the city center.
Apparently Jiang had been very pleased with that.
Since then, Bo Xilai was promoted quickly from mayor of
Dalian to governor of Liaoning province, minister of
commerce, and finally politburo member.
He joined “the party and the state’s leader group”
within only 7 years.
According to International Organization to Investigate
the Persecution of Falun Gong, Bo Xilai had massively built
prisons and labor camps to accommodate Falun Gong
practitioners rejected by other provinces during that period.
He also took an active part in harvesting organs from
live Falun Gong practitioners, and has been arraigned
globally for that.
The same source also mentioned Jiang Zemin’s plot against
the Yang Shangkun and Yang Baibing brothers in 1992.
After he removed them from the Party’s leader group,
Xu Caihou, who was then the Political Commissar of
the 16th Group Army Ground Force, was promoted to
assistant director of the PLA General Political Department.
In 1999, Jiang Zemin started his campaign against
Xu Caihou actively followed Jiang by building several
secret concentration camps in Liaoning.
Falun Gong practitioners’ organs were harvested there for
Because of that, Xu was quickly promoted into the Central
Military Commission and became secretary of the PLA
Discipline Inspection Commission.
He finally joined the Politburo as vice chairman
of the Central Military Commission.
Xia Ming, Political Science Professor at the City University
of New York, commented when Jiang started the persecution
against Falun Gong,
he was confident that he would win with the CCP’s “strong”
military power, atheism theory and modern technologies.
However, he encountered unexpectedly strong resistance
and opposition in suppression.
Huge social conflicts were generated, and Jiang trapped
himself politically into a dead end with the failure
to suppress Falun Gong.
Xia Ming:”For Jiang Zemin, the most important things
were: first, whether you clarify your position in supporting
his suppression of Falun Gong;
second, whether you make an effort, work hard and
find creative ways in the suppression.
These became his only standards in
assessing CCP officials.”
According to Boxun.com, an oversea Chinese media,
Xu Caihou has voluntarily turned in over 1 billion Yuan
($160 million) of embezzled money.
Interview & Edit/Liu Hui Post-Production/Xiao Yan