【禁闻】一张照片揭黑幕 中联重科背景曝光

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【新唐人2013年10月30日讯】吸引了海内外高度关注的广州《新快报陈永洲一案,一波三折,短短几天出现几次戏剧性变化,其中的重重疑点和谜团也引发了无数争议和揣测。但随着一些知情人士的爆料和相关证据的相继曝光,案情背后的黑幕开始初现端倪,涉水之深令网民乍舌,一场简单的“名誉纠纷”,也因为一张照片暴露了背后中共高层博弈的激烈较量。

自从广州《新快报》的“记者门”事件以来,外界对于湖南上市公司“中联重科”的“背景”质疑不断,而日前一张“中联重科”副总裁孙昌军的老丈人杨正午,与中共前党魁江泽民的合影被曝光,人们更加猜测“中联重科水很深”。

原《大公报》《大周刊》主笔兼新闻部主任朱建国:“从已经透露这些信息来看,这个集团它不是简单商业集团,它可能是有非常深的官方背景、和官方利益集团的背景。”

据美国《大纪元》新闻网报导,10月27号,也就是《新快报》就陈永洲事件道歉的当天,海外推特上出现了一张湖南省前省委书记杨正午与江泽民的合影。照片上身穿白衣,戴眼镜的杨正午,正在满脸堆笑的对江泽民大献殷勤。

由于外界盛传,杨正午的女婿恰好是“中联重科”的副总裁孙昌军。因此分析认为,照片暗指“中联重科”的背后主子现形。网民也纷纷吐槽,这下可以解释为什么《央视》要如此殷勤的拍“中联重科”的马屁,而长沙警察宁愿被质疑“合法性”,也要跨省抓捕陈永洲。

朱健国:“陈永洲这个事件现在存在这么多违法,那么就说明这个案件,它是一个政治案件,它不是一个简单打击受贿啊,打击什么的。”

在此之前,港媒《苹果日报》曾披露,“中联重科”董事长詹纯新的父亲詹顺初,是湖南高级法院前院长﹔詹纯新的岳父万达是湖南省委前第二书记。除此之外,现任国家广电总局党组书记蒋建国的儿子,以及大量中共省部级官员的子女,尤其是政法系统的官二代、三代都跻身“中联重科”。因此,“中联重科”又被称为湖南高官后代的后花园。

北京时政观察人士华颇:“中联重工,网路披露出来它的背景可是够硬的,这次属于地方性政府和公安部门掀起了大浪。在这博弈当中,肯定是暗含着既得利益集团对习李新政另一种方式的挑战。”

虽然“中联重科”背景复杂,《新快报》也不是孤军奋战。

在陈永洲“认罪”之前,中国记者协会、国务院直属机构——国家新闻出版广电总局,都曾表态,对《新快报》表示支持。而对于湖南警方的跨省抓捕,《新快报》两次高调要求放人,力挺陈永洲,如果背后没有广州高层的支持,也不可能有如此强硬态度。再加上中宣部、中纪委纷纷介入此案,因此评论认为,“陈永洲事件”不仅仅是《新快报》与“中联重科”之间的较量,而是中共高层与“中联重科”整个利益集团及其背后力量的博弈。

华颇:“因为习、李上台要分蛋糕,要打破既得利益集团的利益格局,所以他必须要采取一些动作。我想这个中联重科,可以说是湖南既得利益格局的一个代表,它和湖南地方有千丝万缕的联系,所以它可以说会成为习李‘改革’路上的一块‘绊脚石’,不打垮中联重科以及它背后的既得利益集团的支持,习、李的改革就无法推行下去。”

北京时政观察人士华颇认为,《新快报》事件并非就此告一段落,其他利益集团都在冷眼观望,进行效仿,虽然目前湖南方面一时得逞,但是接下来,中共高层极有可能做出反击,中共内部这场博弈也将进入白热化。

采访编辑/张天宇 后制/李勇

Photo Exposes Chinese Company Linked to Regime Officials

In the last few days, the story of Chen Yongzhou,
a reporter for New Express, a Guangzhou based
newspaper, has seen dramatic events unfold.

It has led to the raising of many questions and arguments.
The story has gradually emerged through insider sources.
The case, disputed for it’s credibility,
has revealed a deeper story.
It is connected with a photograph, thought to expose
fierce infighting within the Communist regimes high levels.

Reporter Chen Yongzhou, from Guangzhou
based newspaper “New Express" was arrested
recently for reporting unverified news.

“Zoomlion", a Hunan listed company has subsequently
had questions raised over it’s inner workings.
A recently exposed photograph seems to suggest Zoomlion’s
close relationship with the Chinese Communist regime.
It depicted former regime leader Jiang Zemin, with
Yang Zhengwu, former party secretary of Hunan Province.
Yang Zhengwu is also father-in-law to
Zoomlion Vice Chair Sun Changjun.

Zhu Jianguo, former news director, Ta Kung Pao: “This
information has shown it’s more than an ordinary business.
It has its background and deeper
relationship with official interest groups."

U.S. based Epoch Times reported on the story on October 27.

When Chen Yongzhou apologized for taking a bribe, in order
to report unverified news, the photo on Twitter overseas.
Yang Zhengwu, wearing glasses and dressed
in white, is seen happily courting Jiang Zemin.

Yang Zhengwu’s son-in-law is said to
be Zoomlion Vice Chair, Sun Changjun.
The photo was analyzed to confirm
the true owner of Zoomlion.
Some web users argue that this photo explains why the
regime contolled CCTV, has flattering reports on Zoomlion.
It also explains why police would rather risk
questions over legitimacy and thus cross a
provincial border to arrest Chen Yongzhou.

Zhu Jianguo: “Many illegal activities have
evolved around Chen Yongzhou’s case.
It indicates that this case is more than hitting
bribery, but is touching on political infighting."

Hong Kong based Apple Daily had reported
earlier on Zoomlion Chairman, Chan Chunxin.
His father is former President of the High Court of Hunan,
Chan Shunchu, and his father-in-law is former second
secretary of the Hunan Provincial Committee, Wan Da.

Also, many officials have their children place in Zoomlion.

This includes the incumbent party secretary of General
Administration of Press and Publication, Jiang Jianguo,
as well as officials at the provincial and ministerial level,
and particularly within the political and legal system.
Therefore, Zoomlion is also known as
the backyard of Hunan officials’ progeny.

Hua Po, commentator on Beijing politics:
“The Internet revealed Zoomlion’s background.
This fight was initiated at the local government
and level, and in the public security department.
This is clearly another challenge, from vested
interest groups, towards the new leaders, Xi and Li."

Although Zoomlion’s complex background,
was exposed, New Express is not fighting alone.

Prior to Chen Yongzhou’s apology, both the Chinese
Reporter Association and State Administration of Radio
Film and Television directly voiced to support New Express.

New Express had shown its firm support
of Chen and twice asked his release.
It was a tough attitude with undoubtedly had
support from Guangzhou high-level officials.
Both the Central Propaganda Department and
Central Commission for Discipline Inspection
have also shown their concern for the case.

It was therefore commented that this is a case which is
more than just between the newspaper and Zoomlion.
It is actually a contest between the central
regime and the interest groups that back Zoomlion.

Hua Po: “Xi and Li want to break the vested interest
group. To share the pie, they have to take some action.
I believe Zoomlion represents Hunan vested interest groups,
and has inextricable links with Hunan local government.
Surely it’s a stumbling block for Xi and Li’s reform.

To ensure Xi and Li’s political movement, they have to crush
Zoomlion and the vested interest groups acting behind it."

Commentator Hua Po does not believe
the New Express case has ended.
All other vested interest groups are watching and learning.

Hunan seems to have its way for now, but
the central regime is very likely to hit back.
Consequently, this internal struggle will escalate.

Interview Edit/Zhang Tianyu Post-production

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