Reuters: Wang Qishan Proposes Immunity For Elite To Be Removed
Reuters cited a source that Wang Qishan, head of Central
Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI),
proposed to scrap the unwritten rule of exempt for Politburo
Standing Committee (PSC) members from investigation for corruption.
It was approved earlier this year
by the Standing Committee.
It is believed that Zhou Yonkang, with his numerous
misdeeds, is the target of the power struggle & to comfort social conflict.
On Sept. 13 Reuters reported that the 65 year-old
Wang Qishan ranks sixth in the party hierarchy.
However, Cheng Li, an expert on Chinese politics,
said Wang’s power far exceeds this.
Wang is “the second most powerful person next only
to Xi Jinping,” said Cheng Li, a fellow at the Brookings Institution in Washington.
According to a Reuters report, “Wang also reorganized
parts of the discipline inspection commission,
adding two new offices to the body, making it
possible to deepen its investigations into provincial leaders.”
Chinese freelance writer, Zheng Zhiyao commented
on Wang Qishan’s removal of the exempt rule.
By law, everyone is equal.
Officials should serve the interests of the people.
There should not be any difference
between people & officials.
Zheng Zhiyao, freelance writer:
“It is the principle of law and rule.
This suggests the Politburo have enjoyed
privileges for many years.
They have exploited these privileges & laws to
help create chaos in China today."
Zheng Zhiyao analyzed that the Communist regime
is forced to do so.
Wang Qishan only cooperates in the same manner.
Dai Qing, a Chinese writer, pointed out that Mao Zedong
grabbed power through the use of guns and pens.
Since seizing power, the regime relies on
more than just these two tools.
Dai Qing, Chinese writer: “On top of these two tools,
the regime also relies on politics and law.
Instead of following constitution, the regime controls the
power of politics & law through courts, prosecutors, & public security system.
With the power in finance, the regime also controls the economy."
Zhou Yongkang was listed as China’s black collar class,
by the newspaper Daily Mail.
Heading the oil industry & ministry of land, Zhou Yongkang
had led the Chinese oil industry for 32 years.
Through Jiang Zemin, he was promoted to Minister of Public
Security, PSC, to Politics and Law Committee (PLC) secretary,
and the Comprehensive Management Office Director.
During his post at politics & law committee, his budget
exceeded that of the military funding.
Since Jiang Zemin’s era, PLC secretary became PSC.
The 610 office, established by Jiang Zemin to conduct
persecution of Falun Gong practitioners,
controls all public security systems through PLC.
It is also armed with the right to mobilize resources in
foreign affairs, education, justice, the State Council, the military, & health.
PLC controls the finance, military &
foreign affairs of the regime.
The 610 office has become a second
central of the regime.
Jiang Zemin controls the 610 office, and
PLC conducts the persecution.
Dai Qing, Chinese writer: “These four tools have become
the backbone of the regime.
Now Zhou Yongkang controls some of these tools.
He has become unmanageable.
He is doomed to be removed,
especially with his many misdeeds."
21st Century Business Herald reported on Sept. 10 that
a fertilizer company in Sichuan with registered capital of 300 million yuan
was funded by PetroChina.
A change in the shareholding is suspected to
cause loss of state assets.
Zhou Lingying was reported to
hold 100% of the share.
Attorney Zong Longxi from Jiangsu
assisted Zhou Lingying in equity transfers.
He told Sing Tao Daily, a Hong Kong based media, that
Zhou Lingying is the younger sister of Zhou Yongkang.
Overseas media indicated that
Zhou Yongkang is now under investigation.
His relatives are also targeted
by the Chinese authorities.