採訪/常春 編輯/李明飛 後製/李智遠
Hong Kong Media Reveal Jiang Jiemin Fooled Wen Jiabao
Jiang Jiemin, former chairman of CNPC (China
National Petroleum Corp.) was recently sacked.
Jiang was also the Director of SASAC (State
owned Assets Supervision and Administration
Commission of the State Council).
Former premier Wen Jiabao was said to be fooled
by Jiang Jiemin’s fabricated accomplishments.
Hong Kong media describe this chaos of
cheating scandals as existing in China
from rural communities to the State Council.
The Communist Party is considered
the root of all of these problems.
Business.Sohu.com reported on information
about Jiang Jiemin from early 2007.
Jiang Jiemin, then deputy general manager of
PetroChina, needed a large oil field to prove himself.
This period of time was when China’s oil
consumption doubled, and imports increased.
Jiang Jiemin anxiously announced the discovery
of Jidong Nanpu Oilfield and claimed it contained
reserves as high as one Billion tones of oil.
He ignored experts’ analysis, and those
who rejected his ideas were removed.
Premier Wen Jiabao at that time received a report in
advance, and inspected the Jidong Oilfield on May 1.
He said, “This is the most exciting discovery
in the 40 years of Chinese oil exploration.
I was so excited that I could not sleep.”
The whole nation was excited about the news.
China Affairs magazine editor, Chris Wu, suspected
why Wen Jiabao was deceived during the inspection.
Wen Jiabao had a master’s degree in geology.
He believed there were economic
concerns over the investment or GDP.
Chris Wu, China Affairs magazine editor:
“The whole institute needs to deceive.
Jiang Jiemin is now isolated and investigated,
and it seems time to expose the oil gang.
The internal fights against the oil gang,
such as Zhou Yongkang, have started.”
The Communist regime recognized a few months later that
the oil capacity at the new site was less then one billion tons.
Recoverable reserves were only
1/5 of what Jiang Jiemin claimed.
The Jidong Oilfield news disappeared shortly afterwards.
However, the dazzling performance of Jiang Jiemin won
him the position of General Manager of the CNPC in 2007.
Currently, former Chongqing Party
Secretary Bo Xilai is awaiting sentencing.
Former Politics and Law Committee Secretary
Zhou Yongkang is currently being removed.
Commentator Lin Zixu believes the exposure
of Jiang Jiemin deceiving Wen Jiabao signals
intensified fights within the central regime.
Lin Zixu, Commentator: “This news brought Wen Jiabao
closer to the people through his sleepless excitement.
People also question why Jiang Jiemin
would dare to deceive the former Premier.
A person who fooled the Premier got
promoted, so who was the hand behind this?
This news seemed to lay groundwork for subsequent actions.”
It is believed that Jiang Jiemin
is a confidant of Zhou Yongkang.
Wen Jiabao is the rival of
Zhou Yongkang and Bo Xilai.
However, Wen Jiabao was not
the first known to be cheated.
In June this year, official Chinese media disclosed
the story of Ni Fake from 15 years ago.
Ni Fake is the former Party Secretary of Anhui Nanling, and
deceived then Premier Zhu Rongji with false grain reserves.
Although Zhu Rongji realized the false information,
Ni Fake still became the deputy governor.
The Chinese Bureau of Statistics recently
recognized data on falsification issues.
Luliang County of Yunnan is another example.
Of the reported 210 Million yuan of
investment, 190 Million yuan was false.
Xing Tianhang Commentator: “This fabrication
has its root from the nature of the Communist Party.
The regime built its history on lies,
and lies serve its political needs.
Fabrication exists in politics, the
economy, and everything else.
Officials are encouraged to lie.
It has become a norm in the regime.
Everyone is in the pursuit of fraudulent practices.”
Hong Kong based Oriental Daily News commented
that China today can be described in one word; “fake.”
A great big country is now degenerated into a lie.
The Communist regime is the
root to social and moral decay.