Did Jiang Zemin Beg for Xi Jinping’s Mercy?
Jiang Zemin, former Chinese Communist Party (CCP) leader invited Henry Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary
of State and his family for dinner earlier in July. However, uncharacteristically, this was not
reported by CCP state controlled media.
It was released by the Foreign Ministry
on July 19, through informants.
Jiang also specifically praised
the current leader Xi Jinping. Some analysts believe that Jiang is
begging for mercy from Xi Jinping.
Our experts analyze these events.
All major CCP state media reported messages from
the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on July 22.
It claimed that Jiang Zemin had dinner with
Henry Kissinger, former U.S. Secretary of State.
This took place in a Shanghai suburbs hotel on July 3.
The Chinese Foreign Affairs website
rarely quotes words from inside sources.
It described the meeting to be
family-like, with good manners.
The conversation was said to
be very relaxed and sincere. Jiang also deliberately praised Xi in front of Kissinger,
describing him as a competent and wise leader.
Xing Tianxing: “He wanted to achieve certain
goal, that is to confuse the Chinese people.
It was to try to portray that no gap exists
between the new and old leadership.
It actually conceals the fierce power struggles within the CCP.
No matter how fierce the internal struggles are, the
CCP always claims to have one mind at all levels.”
Du Daobin, Hubei Internet writer: “A retired General
Secretary and former CCP President, should retire. But he constantly shows up in the one-party system, indicating he is still operating his own political power."
Wang Dongcheng, Beijing netizen: “Kissinger, in
the minds of the American people, is a politician.
He has no ethics, nor principles, so how
could he turn out to be a guest in China?”
Xing Tianxing, commentator: “Kissinger himself has not the slightest influence in the West in politics.
Neither does he have influence in the economic field. The
CCP always thought Kissinger was influential in the West."
Lin Zixu, commentator: “Jiang Zemin
is a pioneering sycophant.
He is also well-known to be domineering
over lower levels of the Party.
It is not easy at all for such a person as Jiang
to be complementary to Xi Jinping publicly.”
What was the reason for Jiang’s words?
Lin Zixu: “The only explanation behind this report is
that of Jiang Zemin’s downfall in the power infighting. No matter whether he is active or passive,
Jiang had to put on an honest face. He had to show apparent unity within the CCP to
outsiders, and in effect begged for Xi Jinping’s mercy.”
Xing Tianxing: “Actually, Jiang tried to utilize this as a way to cover up his role behind Bo Xilai and Zhou Yongkang. That is, it was Jiang who designated them to take
down Xi Jinping, so he is trying to refute this rumor.”
Wang Lijun, the former director of Chongqing Municipal Police Department, and assistant to Bo Xilai’s attacks on triads,
fled to the US Consulate in February 2012 to seek
political asylum, and took with him secret documents.
Soon after, U.S. media exposed Bo Xilai’s military
coup, planned with Zhou Yongkang, former secretary
Central Committee of CCP Political and Law Committee.
The plan was to let Xi Jinping fail
in succession, and to replace him.
The Epoch Times has uncovered this rogue group.
It is headed by Jiang Zemin, and aims to try to
cover up the continuing persecution of Falun Gong,
including the practice of live organ harvesting.
Jiang Zemin, Zeng Qinghong, Zhou Yongkang and
Bo Xilai had conspired to first seize power in the
Politics and Law Committee during the 18th NPC.
They would then consolidate the armed forces, public
opinion, and unfold the so-called ‘Chongqing model’.
When this was in place, they planned
to depose and arrest Xi Jinping.
Lin Zixu: “The struggles within the CCP are life and death, especially Jiang Zemin’s participated in organ harvesting. Xi won’t be so stupid as to appease Jiang, and finally
may make a scapegoat of him. Jiang also knows it.”
According to overseas media reports, Hu Jintao
suffered at least three assassination attempts.
These were both connected with Jiang Zemin.
In the two assassinations, Hu Jintao
was almost drowned in the Yellow Sea.
The second was in Shanghai’s western
suburbs, in an underground hotel garage,
where powerful explosives were found.
Hong Kong media alleged that
Shanghai is the den for Jiang. The explosives could have been placed
there by Jiang’s diehard followers.