This first article comes from India which makes it suspect right there. The Indians hate the Chinese and even if their government is now making overtures toward China at the instigation of Putin the rank-and-file Indian bourgeoisie finds the idea repellant. The only thing greedier than a greedy Jew is a greedy Indian and they feel India is doing just fine as a junior member of the Anglo-American Empire.
You cannot expect a merchant to understand demonic possession and the occult forces that are frenziedly driving the West to oblivion. Nor for that matter can you expect them to care as long as they are making money. This is why no sane civilization ever lets the merchant get their sweaty little fingers anywhere near the levers of power. In Mesoamerica roving bands of warriors would wander the marketplace, dragging them from their stalls and beating them if they suspected unfair business practices.
Since this article has gained a lot of traction on the internet where real news sometimes still does get reported we feel obligated to run it for our readers but not without a second article below it, rebutting it. Regardless of whether it is true or not I have told you that any recalcitrance to take on the West on Xi’s part would be seen as a weakness by the CCP. And right now, America is slapping him around and calling him Suzie while Putin has emerged as the leader of the free world and a strongman the West has no answer for.
China has been playing footsie with America since the seventies and its business interests are intimately entwined with the West. Severing those ties and rebuilding an economy that has lifted a billion people out of poverty in accordance with the Autarky espoused by Putin is not something the freshly minted Chinese billionaire merchants find an attractive proposition, even if the Americans are pissing on them. But the thing is China is not run by billionaire merchants. It’s run by the Green Dragon through the CCP and they know China’s business partner is demonically possessed… – Jack
Is Xi Jinping under house arrest?
Beijing Airport canceled more than 6,000 domestic flights and international flights. Also, all tickets sold by the high-speed rail are suspended, and the rail is completely stopped until further notice
For the last two years, there was no place like home for Chinese President Xi Jinping. He had not moved out of his home in Beijing and was not meeting any world leader, not even any prominent CCP leader.
However, on September 14th, the tyrant leader finally moved out of his home for an SCO meeting in Samarkand, Uzbekistan. After a hiatus of two years, Xi departed for Central Asia by a special flight and attended the 22nd Summit of the Council of Heads of State of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO).
But, despite being the founding member of SCO, the Chinese leader did not actively participate in the summit. He didn’t give any memorable speech at the inauguration of the summit, nor did he meet Vladimir Putin, Narendra Modi, or any other major leader of the group on the sidelines of the summit.
Furthermore, he didn’t have an informal dinner with his bonhomie Putin due to “COVID-19 concerns”. It was later discovered that Xi had troubledly left for Beijing before the official winding up of the SCO Summit. Maybe he was worried and afraid about something huge and sinister.
Now, the reports coming out of Beijing could rock the world. Global media has no idea what is going on with Xi Jinping at his home. Honestly, at this point those who want the tyrant to remain in power should forget about his third term; it appears that CCP veterans have already crushed his lust for power.
Power overturn in China
Chinese netizens have stormed Social Media timelines with reports that Beijing is under military seizure. The world, though, has no idea of what’s happening because the city is eventually cut off from the world.
According to News Highland Vision, former Chinese President, Hu Jintao and former Chinese Premier, Wen Jiabao had persuaded Song Ping, the former member of the Standing Committee and retaken control of the Central Guard Bureau (CGB).
For those who don’t know, the purpose of CGB is to provide close personnel protection to members of the Politburo Standing Committee and other CCP leaders. The committee is also responsible for the protection of Xi Jinping.
As Hu and Wen retook control of CGB, information was conveyed to Jiang Zeng and the Central Committee members in Beijing via telephone. The original standing committee members abolished Xi’s military authority at that very moment.
Xi returned to Beijing on the evening of 16th September after learning the truth. However, Xi Jinping was detained at the airport and most probably is currently being held under house arrest in Zhongnanhai’s house.
A roadmap was already prepared
The current situation is being controlled by Hu Jintao. If the reports are believed to be true, this is one of the biggest happenings in China after the Chinese Virus outbreak in 2019. For the last ten days, political meetings are taking place behind closed doors and in utter secrecy. Here is the comprehensive information of those last ten days:
On September 8th, the reform meeting of the finalizing committee was chaired by two vice-chairmen. The chairman of the operations, who is a loyalist to Xi, was removed from the meeting. Commander Li Qiaoming sat in the middle of the first row under the stage to participate in the meeting. Li Qiaoming, a General of PLA had already made up his mind that he would no longer accept the diktats of the Chinese President.
Now as Xi was out in Samarkand, Hu and Wen met Song Ping and persuaded him to turn rogue against Xi Jinping, who is about to go for his third term in power. Ping agreed to do so and then, Xi was detained by his own CGB guards.
The former CCP leaders foresaw that Xi Jinping’s loyalists would undoubtedly use aggression to topple Xi Jinping’s house arrest. Here, Li Qiaoming entered the scene. Qiaoming now has turned Beijing into a military fort. A large 80km convoy entered Beijing and closed all possible exits of the city. According to the source, the PLA is blocking highways and is currently said to be detaining protesters.
As the political unrest in Beijing was made known to Russian intelligence, Russian energy giant Gazprom momentarily halted gas flow through the Power of Siberia pipeline that sent Russian gas to China. Though Russia justified the cut as “scheduled maintenance work,” one can predict clearly that it was done to support Xi Jinping by making the protests uglier.
Time to Open up says Rebel CCP!
Moreover, the netizens on Social Media have reported that over the last two days, Beijing airport canceled more than 6,000 domestic flights and international flights. Also, all tickets sold by the high-speed rail are suspended, and the rail is completely put out of function until further notice. Hours later, Chinese Civil Aviation notified airlines with Boeing MAX aircraft to resume their service.
Now, let’s look at what happened yesterday. National defense was discussed at a Military Commission meeting yesterday. What remarkable here is the presence of Shenyang Kang in that meeting, who was fired by Xi Jinping. Li Qiaoming was again seated in the middle of the front row.
The current first elder of the CCP, Song Ping, who is 105 years old, made a prominent appearance at another meeting at Xiaoping Memory Hall and voiced his anti-Xi attitude. Ping demanded that the country undergo changes and opens up. According to him, the CCP should give this the highest priority for the sake of the nation. Almost every known CCP leader was present at the memory hall except for two, Xi Jinping himself and Foreign Minister Wang Yi.
Wang Yi rushes to Kissinger
The most suspicious event recently is Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s sudden visit to New York. He met with Henry Kissinger. On September 21, when Song Ping was irking against Xi Jinping, Wang Yi met with the former US secretary of state.
Here, Mr. Wang planned a surprise visit and congratulated Dr. Kissinger on his upcoming 100th birthday, calling him an old and good friend of the Chinese people. Kissinger is close to veteran CCP members and he made historic contributions to the establishment and development of China-United States relations. Doesn’t this sudden meeting raise questions about the real purpose behind it?
Though nothing is coming out in open, and no such discussions are available on Weibo. However, based on Xi’s behavior over the past two years, it appears likely that Xi has always had an idea that CCP veterans are against him. The veterans had been urging Xi to modify his strict demeanor. But, Xi’s hunger for power was unquestionably standing in the way.
If these reports are accurate we can say that Xi’s tenure has come to a dead end. When this happens, Hu Jintao deserves all the credit for making this possible.
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As rumors of a military coup in China turns out to be false, here is how the claims of house arrest of Xi Jinping went viral
The rumors were fueled by large-scale cancellations of flights at Beijing airport, and a massive military buildup in the city for an exercise
Amid large-scale cancellations of flights at Beijing airport and massive military build-up in Beijing, rumors about a coup in China are going around for the last few days. It has been claimed by many that President Xi Jinping has been removed from the post and that he has been put under house arrest by PLA. However, nothing has been confirmed till now, and probably the rumors are not true.
In the last few days, several Chinese social media handles had claimed that Xi Jinping has been stripped of his military powers and is under house arrest. It was claimed that the ‘coup’ took place when the Chinese premier was in Samarkand in Uzbekistan to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit. According to the rumors, when Jinping was in Samarkand, his distractors in the party convinced the party’s top leadership to remove Jinping from the leadership of the army.
According to News Highland Vision, former Chinese President Hu Jintao and former Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao had persuaded Song Ping, the former member of the Politburo Standing Committee to take the control of the Central Guard Bureau (CGB) from Jinping.
Central Guard Bureau is a specialized organization responsible for the protection of senior party members including Jinping, their families, and important foreign dignitaries in China.
After control of CGB was taken away from Jinping, the Politburo Standing Committee abolished Xi’s military authorities, it was claimed.
When Xi Jinping found out about the development, he immediately returned to Beijing, but he was apprehended at the airport on the 16th of September and was put under house arrest at Zhongnanhai, the rumors claimed. It is notable that the central headquarters for the Chinese Communist Party, the State Council of China, and the office of the Chinese Premier among other offices are located at Zhongnanhai in Beijing. It is also being said that the current situation in China is being controlled by former president Hu Jintao.
To add fuel to the rumor, a video was shared widely on social media claiming that it showed a large contingent of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army left for Beijing, and the convoy was 80 km long.
Among many others, this claim with the video was also shared by Chinese activist Wanjun Xie. He wrote that the front of the convoy had reached Huailai near Beijing, while the end was at Zhangjiakou in Hebei Province, and therefore the convoy was 80 km road.
However, the video shared with the claim is less than 1 minute long which shows few military vehicles on the road, therefore the claim of an 80 km long military convoy could not be proven.
Another event that added to the speculation was the large-scale cancellation of flights at Beijing airport. It has been reported by many that around 6000 flights have been canceled at the airport, with the claim that the flights over Beijing have been canceled for military operations in view of the coup. Some reports said that 60% of flights were canceled instead of 6000.
While other claims are hard to verify as getting information out of China is difficult, this claim actually can be easily verified, as flights are tracked by several websites. And we have found that the claims of cancellations are correct. Flight tracking site flightradar24 shows that Beijing Capital International Airport has come to almost a standstill as relatively very few flights landed at and took off from the airport.
The portal also shows that a large number of flights scheduled at the airport are either canceled or their status is unknown. On the other hand, the portal shows that other major airports in China, like Shanghai and Hong Kong, are operating normally.
Therefore, the claim that Beijing airport has seen a large number of flight cancellations is true, which can be verified from flight tracking sites.
However, it can’t be verified whether the cancellations are linked to the alleged coup in Beijing, or it is due to other reasons. There are some reports claiming that the flights were canceled due to a military exercise that was announced in advance.
Activist and author Jennifer Zeng, who had also made the claim on the 80 km long military convoy to Beijing, tweeted today that the rumor about Xi’s arrest is not true.
However, even if the rumors of the coup are false, there are enough pointers showing that something could be brewing in Beijing. Xi Jinping attended the SCO summit, but he was not present at the dinner attended by other leaders. Covid-19 was cited as the reason for the absence, but it didn’t convince everyone.
It is also being claimed that Xi Jinping was also not present at a high-level meeting on National Defence and Military Reform in Beijing on Wednesday. Although he was already back in Beijing from Uzbekistan, he didn’t attend the meeting which was attended by several senior military leaders, like Army Commander Liu Zhenli, and General Li Qiaoming, in charge of the Theatre Command of the North.
However, there are reports of Xi Jinping addressing the conference, which means that he did attend it, and the reports of him skipping the meeting could be incorrect.
Amid all the rumors, what is interesting is that Beijing has not issued any statement on the issue so far.
However, sources in the Argentine embassy in China have categorically denied the claims. It is also notable that the ‘news’ of the coup was posted on social media by mostly Chinese activists living outside China, and anti-China Twitter handles from Nepal and Taiwan. Therefore, the veracity of the rumors was doubtful from the beginning, and by now it is almost certain that they were wrong, and Xi Jinping remains the President of China.
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