採訪/朱智善 編輯/王子琦 後製/黎安安
Chinese Communist Party Satirized As ‘The Adultery Party’
Lai Yicheng, the former chairman of the Chinese People’s
Political Consultative Conference in Shantou City, Guangdong,
has been suspected of killing his mistress and become the
latest footnote in the Chinese Communist Party’s,
CCP political sex scandal.
Think of the recent series of incidents of senior officials
being sacked because of ‘adultery’, many netizens stated
bluntly that the CCP had degenerated
into ‘The Adultery Party’.
There may be some follow-ups for this ‘adultery storm’.
On the afternoon of July 2, the former deputy secretary
of Shantou municipal committee, Lai Yicheng, turned himself
in to the police after killing his mistress.
According to local news, the 35-year-old victim
and the 69-year-old Lai Yicheng started the affair in 2003,
and had 2 children.
The youngest child is only a few months old.
However, Lai Yicheng of military origin is still maintaining
a marital relation with his legitimate wife,
and they also have 2 children.
The police briefing did not mention any of the above details,
but just stated that Lai was being detained on
criminal charges on the 3rd July.
People have speculated that this incident may involve whistle
blowing and blackmailing of the mistress.
Ma Xiaoming, former reporter of Shanxi TV: The relation
between the corrupt officials and their mistresses is built
on power and money, and the basis of material interests.
There are no true feelings.
Therefore, if there is an investigation, the mistresses will
tell all in order to get rid of it.
In some incidents, there is the hideous act of a few
mistresses whistle blowing each other.
It really reflects the evil and illegal nature of the CCP.
Recently, various CCP senior officials were being sacked
due to the adultery charge.
On July 2, the Central Discipline Inspection Commission
website announced that 7 sacked officials was expelled
from the party, of which 5 senior officials were
involved in adultery.
They are Former Deputy provincial governor of Hainan,
Ji Wenlin; Former deputy director of the CPC Central
Political and Law Commission Office, Yu Gang.
These two are the ‘big secretaries’ of the former member
of the CPC Central Political and
Legislative Committee, Zhou Yongkang.
There are also three other department officials
in Shandong and Hubei.
Many netizens said that the CCP had degenerated
into “The Adultery Party".
Jing Chu, writer: This should be the black humor
of the netizens!
This sarcasm shows that anti-corruption had no effect at all.
Their belief is money and power, and to enjoy it for
as long as you can.
How could they not have mistresses in this state of mind?
There is no spiritual support for them!
There are no moral constraints!
Officials having mistresses have become the norm.
According to the Central Discipline Inspection Commission’s
(CCDI) explanation on June 7, adultery is a breach of CCP
regulations and must be subject to punishment.
However, in fact, obscenity has become a trend in CCP.
Hong Kong’s Apple Daily reported that more than 95%
of the corrupt officials that had been punished in recent
years had committed adultery.
This February, some CCDI official had stated that nearly 90%
of corrupt officials on the departmental level have had
mistresses, some even have the same mistress.
Prior to this incident, there was Zhao Hongxia’s Promiscuous
Video in Chongqing, which caused Lei Zhengfu and dozens
of officials being sacked.
Doctoral Chang Yan exposed her extramarital affairs
which caused the Chairman of Compilation and Translation
Bureau Yi Junqing to lose his job.
Female television anchor, Ji Yingnan, exposed that the former
deputy director of the Central Archives and Regulation
Department Fan Yue lured her to be his mistress,
which caused a public outcry.
Therefore, netizens often laughed at the inefficient
anti-corruption of the CCP was due to the CCDI’s “three great
anti-corruption tools" theft, diary and mistress.
Ma Xiaoming said, Speaking of anti-corruption,
I do not recognize that it is anti-corruption.
The so-called anti-corruption is being forced, and it is
very limited, at the same time, it also has the color
of political struggles.
Moreover, some things are really obvious,
no investigation is needed.
Some observers believe that if a leader sets a bad example,
subordinates are likely to follow suit.
Former CCP leader Jiang Zemin, former secretary
of CCP Politics and Law Committee, Zhou Yongkang,
former Vice Minister of CCP Public Security Li Dongsheng
and many other “leaders" of this kind are all corrupt
and promiscuous, arrogant and wasteful.
Those “subordinates" who were already being expelled
from the CCP are also good at these things.
Ma Xiaoming: This Party has a monopolistic power
on everything, it is unconstrained.
Hence there are so many members who
have committed adultery.
The CCP now earns the name of the Adultery Party.
Jing Chu: Thoroughly establish a democratic system!
Then there is supervision of the officials,
news be liberalized, people’s votes will decide the
appointment and dismissal of the officials.
The corruption problem will be solved immediately.
Therefore, under this bureaucratic privilege system,
any anti-corruption actions will be ineffective,
they are merely for show.
Former Deputy Chairman of Central Military Commission,
Xu Caihou, currently being pursued vigorously
by the mouthpiece of the CCP, People’s Daily, also had
rumors of having a “public mistress" earlier.
People widely rumored online that a “military beauty" was
the mistress of both Xu Caihou and his son.
However, official briefings did not mention
any related issues.
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