Activist Urges US to Reveal Wang Lijun's Documents
Last month, Chongqing vice-mayor, Wang Lijun fled to the
He handed in a sack of Chinese Communist Party (CCP)
Soon after, Wang was escorted to Beijing, and has since
The materials that the US holds are becoming
key documents to reveal the truth.
Recently, an overseas activist publicised a petition letter
campaign, urging the US to disclose documents and the truth.
On Feb. 19, overseas activist, Guo Baoluo posted a petition
letter on Twitter.
It urges the US Department of State to immediately release
the documents that Wang Lijun submitted.
Media and different societies have positively responded
to the petition.
70 people had signed the petition by March 4, including
Hu Ping, Xia Yeliang, Yuan Hongbing and others.
Guo Baoluo also released an English petition on March 3,
which has attracted American attention.
Guo Baoluo wrote in the petition that the CCP may have
hidden Wang's truth in order to maintain “stability”.
At present, the documents are the only way to disclose
the truth, and they are in the US Department of State's hand.
Hopefully, the US takes responsibility for the Chinese people,
and for the long-term interests of both countries.
To immediately announce in the world: to release all the
documents that Wang provided on Feb 6-7, including text, and audio materials.
Guo Baoluo told NTD his initial purpose of the petition letter.
Guo Baoluo: “The reason is simple; to reveal the truth,
as the truth needs us to fight for it.
There is a possibility that two countries high-level officials
will have an agreement for their “solidation”. Then they cover up the truth.”
Wang Lijun has turned his back on Bo Xilai. He fled
to the US consulate to avoid Bo's killing.
The US consulate rejected Wang, and then Wang was
escorted to Beijing.
Since then never there has been no further news about Wang.
Guo Baoluo: “Now only the US Department of State
knows the truth.
When Wang entered the consulate, he stayed overnight.
What has Wang said? What has he done and what has he
Those materials are the key documents, no matter what it is,
they should be revealed first. We guess the documents are very valuable.”
Guo Baoluo pointed out that although the CCP infighting has
intensified, they will have a single voice to face the public.
In order to maintain “stability” of its power, the CCP
deliberately treated Wang's incident lightly, to minimise it.
However, the US has the similar maintaining “stability”
intention in it's diplomatic policy.
For example, the CCP military force surrounding
the US consulate is a serious diplomatic incident.
However, the US hasn't had any complain yet.
Guo believes the US government shouldn't only care about
high-level officials' short-term interests and “stability.”
Instead, they should consider long-term interests, and
aspirations of public's opinion.
Guo Baoluo: “The long-term interests; to induce the collapse
of the CCP; to support civil power and the development of independent force.
It is possible to cause infighting or controversy temporarily.
In the long-term, when China changes to a democratic country,
it will benefit the US mostly.”
There are many US congressmen questioning the way the
Obama administration handled Wang's incident.
They requested the Department of State to submit relative
materials to the US Congress for inspection.
Political commentator Hu Ping has signed the petition.
Hu Ping: “We knew that some congressmen have urged to be
informed of the truth.
I understand that signing the petition is a kind of
support to them.
I think being a congressman, it is their right to
know the truth.”
According to The Epoch Times newspaper, an anonymous
reader stated that materials which Wang Lijun handed to
the US, are evidence of Bo Xilai having conspired with
Zhou Yongkang to get rid of Xi Jinping.
They also detail the CCP's power infighting, and relevant
evidence of Bo's order and involvement in live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners.
In addition, there are documents from the political and legal
systems concerning the harsh repression of Falun Gong and political dissidents.
NTD reporters Liu Hui, Li Qian and Xue Li