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Leaked CCP Documents Expose Zhou Yongkang Internal Policies
Media recently exposed an internal confidential
document from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP).
The file contains statements forbidding firing at crowds
who attack foreign diplomatic units and foreign agencies.
However, it permits shooting at leaders of organized attacks
or occupations of Provincial-level authorities’ key departments.
Commentators say that this internal instruction was
issued by Zhou Yongkang forces to ‘maintain stability’.
This is an attempt to make a last-ditch effort
by stirring up trouble, to control China’s politics.
The latest issue of Hong Kong’s Cheng Ming
magazine exposed an internal CCP document.
It consists of 12 policy instructions on how
to prevent and respond to unexpected events.
The file was issued in September by the CCP Central
Political-Legal Committee, and Central Public Security Comprehensive Management Commission.
It was conveyed down to the political-legal departments,
public security bureaus and armed police organs at provincial and municipal levels.
Reportedly, the policy instructions cover the following points.
No shooting is allowed at crowds who attack foreign
diplomatic units, and foreign commercial agencies.
Permission is given to strike out against leaders
of organized attacks or occupations of crucial departments of Provincial-level authorities.
It is permissible to use force against organized
attacks and occupation of military sectors, defense departments or military bases.
This is the first time that the CCP has defined
the difference between safeguarding foreign diplomatic units and defending CCP authorities.
The clear distinction has raised public doubt
about its true intentions.
Since early this year, CCP infighting
has continued to create sensations.
It started when Wang Lijun fled to the U.S. Consulate.
Wang exposed Bo Xilai’s military coup plot and involvement
in the live organ harvesting of Falun Gong practitioners.
Afterwards, Hu Jintao teamed with
Xi Jinping to take down Bo Xilai.
Bo’s case is reported to have a hearing on October 15.
Now, it is a nightmare for Zhou Yongkang, who was
deeply implicated in Bo’s case, and Jiang Zemin’s clique.
They fear being brought to justice.
Critic Liu Guohua thinks this policy
instruction has evil intentions.
It signals that CCP infighting has intensified.
It is also a trick from Zhou Yongkang, who intends
to reverse his defeat before the 18th Party Congress.
Liu Guohua: “The force behind the Diaoyu Islands
violent protests was Zhou Yongkang and his men.
The policemen donned plain clothes
to ‘smash and grab’ on the streets.
By spreading domestic chaos to the foreign embassies
and consulates, they intentionally created a negative impact.
Their goal was to prevent the 18th Party
Congress from being held as scheduled.
In this way, Xi Jinping couldn’t have a smooth transition
into office, and Zhou Yongkang continues to keep power.”
The CCP infighting has triggered the exposure
of crimes committed by Jiang Zemin and his clique.
The disclosed atrocities have
become a focus of global attention.
On September 18, the CCP’s crimes of live
organ harvesting were discussed at the Conference of UN Human Rights Council.
Representatives from over 190 countries, and more than
200 human rights organizations, attended the meeting.
On October 10, U.S. Congress released
its annual report on China’s human rights.
The report quoted World Health Organization experts,
disclosing the CCP military hospitals’ probable implication in “illegal organ transplants”.
U.S. Congress has begun to hear allegations
of the CCP’s live organ harvesting.
Liu Guohua: “Now the whole world has a new
understanding of the CCP’s bloody violence and cruelty.
Who launched these monstrous crimes? It was Jiang Zemin.
With the exposure of live organ harvesting,
next, the CCP will face a huge pressure.
At the forefront of this huge pressure is not only
the U.S., but also Europe, and the whole world.
Jiang Zemin, Zhou Yongkang, and their forces
will then be mired into a worse situation."
Cheng Ming magazine revealed that the document
prioritizes targets in regions most prone to mass protests.
The scope includes Beijing, Shanghai, Xinjiang and
another 5 provincial-level and 45 municipal-level areas.
Internet writer Wu Jianguo comments on the CCP
permitting the use of force to suppress mass protests.
Wu says that, “currently in China, a small event may evolve
into a nationwide protest, leading to the CCP’s disintegration."