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Surrey, Canada

#1 Jan 30, 2013
BREAKING NEWS: Attempted Assassination of Xi Jinping Goes Awry

Late last week on Tuesday night, a vehicle carrying Xi Jinping, China’s next President in waiting, was rammed off the road in what many believe was an assassination attempt.

After the attack, Mr Xi was rushed to the hospital for his injuries.

In a separate incident on that same night, a powerful member of the Xi Jinping crew – the Central Discipline Commissioner ‘He Quoqiang’ was also involved in a similar assassination attempt. His vehicle was similarly attacked and he too suffered injuries.

In fear that a violent revolution is in the making, Beijing has reinforced their troop strength in the capital city and all major garrisons. They have called for more police and military personnel at key locations to stave off an attempt at overthrowing the communist party.

The two attacks are seen as an attempt at removing Beijing’s power players so that fallen leader Bo Xilai can regain his power.

Earlier this year there was an attempted coup that Beijing covered up. Governmental officials, however, have leaked information that there were in fact problems between the Bo Xilai contingent and other groups.

Apparently, Mr Bo was unhappy with the position that the Communist party had decided to give him in the upcoming leadership changeover. Rumor has it that members of Bo’s clan waged a mini battle with those of one of the other communist party factions.

Since that time, Bo has been excoriated in the press and is being held at an undisclosed location.

Bo Has Juice

Typically, when a member of the Communist party becomes too big, they are either jailed or ‘disappeared’, perhaps sent off on an airplane with an insufficient amount of fuel to arrive at its destination.

The Communists are above the law, and dislike any airing their dirty laundry. They punish cadres who do not walk the line with imprisonment or death.

But Bo has juice.

Bo Xilai is not just any ordinary Communist leader. Even though Beijing is said to have proved that he was responsible for the death of at least 11 people, Bo is still a favorite with the masses.

Not only is Bo a charismatic leader, but he is eloquent as well. In fact, he has even been compared to Chairman Mao himself. Never one to miss an opportunity, Bo played up his love of all things ‘red’ as he moved into Chongqing – his last post.

Not only did he clear the city of institutionalized corruption, but brought back Mao’ist policies as well. He mandated public parades and marches extolling the virtues of Mao and Communism, and even demanded that patients in mental wards sing revolutionary hymns.

Bo also played on the despair of the commoner, who feels more disconnected with the people in Beijing than ever before.

Bo promised more state control, less foreign interference and a better life for those now struggling to buy homes and food in China. In other words, he was the antithesis of men like Hu Jintao, Xi Jinping and to a certain extent Wen Jiabao, all of whom seek to protect financial self interests as the masses go hungry.

Surrey, Canada

#2 Jan 30, 2013
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Surrey, Canada

#3 Jan 30, 2013
I don't usually go for these conspiracy theory sites, but this is quite curious and fits perfectly with know facts about the time described. The source is apparently from within China.


San Francisco, CA

#4 Jan 31, 2013
Same old thing by a Chinese hater, fabricated lies with nothing to back it up.

Shenzhen, China

#5 Jan 31, 2013
Snowflake wrote:
Same old thing by a Chinese hater, fabricated lies with nothing to back it up.
That old hag Mirolyuba has finally lost it.

San Francisco, CA

#6 Jan 31, 2013
This group of new leaders will move China in the right direction.

Port Moody, Canada

#7 Jan 31, 2013
This latest group of thieves is "the bottom of the barrel"; more degenerate, thieving, senile, uneducated and venal than the previous ones, if that can be possible.

They are obviously the last, like the Chernenko Politburo in the USSR.

It is no surprise that the CCP is falling apart in factional squabbles and Stalinist purges.

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