Communist Regime Sets ‘Three No’s’ Ahead of Fourth Plenary
The Communist regime will conduct its Fourth Plenary
The Central Politics and Law Commission (CPLC)
demanded ‘Three No’s’ in a recent meeting.
The ‘Three No’s’ include no inconsistent voices
and no political rumors.
Critics believe the ‘Three-No’s’ are meant to unify prior
to the announcement of the decision on former Politburo
member Zhou Yongkang’s case.
Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI)
recently announced that CPLC organs have conducted
a six month special education program since July 31.
In the latest CPLC meeting, the ‘Three No’s were decided–
One, no voices inconsistent to the Central;
Two, no spreading political rumors;
Three, no smearing the image of the Party and the State.
It is speculated that Zhou Yongkang’s case is to be decided
during the Fourth Plenary in October.
The Three No’s are thus believed to be for the purpose
of unifying opinions.
Current affairs commentator Lin Zixu: “Such content can be
absolutely conveyed via a private meeting if they’d like to.
This high profile report shows the intense infighting
of the Central.
This is the regime leadership’s public demand to the CPLC.
The CPLC organs are not the military, but do maintain
some armed forces.
The Three No’s means to intimidate a group of people."
Lin Zixu believes this publicizing is also intended to stabilize
and avoid a radical situation from occurring.
Lin Zixu: “The downfall of Zhou Yongkang has caused
many people to panic, especially in Zhou’s lair, the CPLC.
Many of them have followed Zhou in many bad deeds.
They are all full of fear and despair.
These people are ready to gamble under the residual strength
of the Jiang faction."
Senior legal expert Zhao Yuanming indicates that the CPLC
has become a massive terrorist organ with 10 years of ruling
by Zhou Yongkang.
The CCDI has treated the CPLC as a target of remediation.
Zhao Yuanming: “In fact in the CCDI, it has been mainly
due to Wang Qishan.
He realized that the CPLC, the public security,
and the judicial system are at a different pace than Xi Jinping.
Take Gao Zhisheng as an example, the public security
continues to harass him after his release.
That shows the CPLC is still under the influence
of the Jiang faction."
Radio Free Asia reported on Sept. 16 that informed
State Internet Information Office (SIIO) meeting minutes
show that hundreds of people have been implicated
in Zhou’s case.
This includes former oil giant Jiang Jiemin and former
deputy secretary of Sichuan Li Chuncheng.
The minutes of the meeting on Sept. 10 detailed four
injunctions related to cases surrounding Zhou Yongkang.
It demands all Internet media must follow unified deployment
operations in strict Website management, online guidance,
and checking and deleting erroneous statements.
Zhao Yuanming believes both CPLC’s Three No’s
and SIIO’s four injunctions have confirmed each other
in content, and could have originated under the instruction
of the CCDI.
Zhao Yuanming: “I see now the CCDI is like an agency
on behalf of the CPLC.
The propaganda such as Liu Yunshan is also working
against Xi Jinping.
Liu Yunshanis is actually in the Jiang faction.
That’s why even the publicizing of this meeting cannot
go through Liu Yunshan.
Liu will only steal the meaning of the meeting."
The CCDI release also indicated the special education
program was conducted in accordance with the instructions
of CPLC’s party secretary Meng Jianzhu.
CCDI is also involved in the program.
It demanded both officials with disciplinary issues and his
superiors shall be held accountable for the wrongdoings.
Zhao Yuanming analyzes that former regime leader
Jiang Zemin initiated the precedent of the illegal conduct
of the CPLC in order to proceed in its persecution campaign
against Falun Gong.
These officials’ illegal activities have extended to all levels
of Chinese society, causing widespread grievance.
The release regarding “holding superiors accountable"
contains a warning tone.
Interview & Edit/LiYun Post-Production/Chen Jianming