How a fatal car crash altered China's change of leadership

Dec 6, 2012 Full story:

"Thank you. I'm well. Don't worry," read the post on a Chinese social networking site.

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Port Moody, Canada

#1 Dec 6, 2012

When a country is ruled by unaccountable criminals, sex-orgy car crashes figure prominently in the poor counry's future!

"“Thank you. I’m well. Don’t worry,” read the post on a Chinese social networking site. The brief comment, published in June, appeared to come from Ling Gu, the 23-year-old son of a high-powered aide to China’s president, and it helped quash reports that he had been killed in a Ferrari crash after a night of partying.

It emerged later that the message was false, posted by someone under Mr Ling’s alias almost three months after his death.

The ploy was one of many that tried to suppress news of the Ferrari crash that killed Mr Ling. The outlines of the affair surfaced months ago, but it is now clearer that the crash had more momentous consequences, altering the course of the Chinese Communist Party’s once-in-a-decade leadership succession last month....."

All lies and criminal scheming.

Poor China.

Port Moody, Canada

#2 Dec 6, 2012
It seems that drunken, degenerate, perverted, thieving adolescent "princelings" are the ones who will determine China's future, if the CCP dictatorship survives!



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