【禁闻】大老虎威胁收手 习近平雷霆回应

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【新唐人2014年07月29日讯】在北京当局接连抛出徐才厚,苏荣等“大老虎”的同时,中共高层有人要求中共领导人习近平见好就收,甚至威胁“走着瞧”。然而, 6月26号的政治局会议上,习近平回应“谁怕谁”并说“反腐不设名额”、“有多少抓多少”。外界分析,恐怕有更多的“大老虎”即将落马。

香港《明报》引述北京的消息报导说,习近平在6月26号政治局会议上,就反腐问题讲了3点:第一点,他针对党内有人说﹕十八大后当局抓了30多个副部以上干部,差不多了,可以收手了,习近平回应,“这是一种错误认识,反腐不设名额,有多少抓多少”。

第二点,他针对有人威胁要“走着瞧”,习近平表示,“我要正告他们,谁怕谁!当年朱镕基说要准备100口棺材,99口给腐败份子,最后一口留给自己……今天我们也要有这样的勇气”。第三点,他说,中央对各地反腐,不要因为领导人过去工作过的地方而不同,对这些地方的反腐要与其它地方一视同仁。

《明报》还报导,习近平这一讲话,除向中纪委传达外,中央各巡视组以及各地方纪委,也已专门召开会议传达习近平的讲话。

原《中国军事学院出版社》社长辛子陵对《新唐人》表示,“习近平的6.26讲话是真的”。

原中国军事学院出版社社长辛子陵:“他现在是决心要跟权贵集团彻底决裂,跟这个贪腐集团彻底决裂,绝不维护他们,绝不代表他们,因为这个事情,他不解决这个问题,他的新政也推不开。不然的话,这个贪腐集团处处捣乱,政令出现贯穿不下去或者走样,跟他不一条心,这些人。”

美国中文媒体《看中国》六月末引述来自北京的消息报导说,前中共党魁江泽民的头号心腹亲信江派军师—-曾庆红,因暗杀习近平未遂目前已遭软禁。辛子陵表示,“曾庆红被软禁是确实的,最近都不见他露面了。”

江泽民的羽翼纷纷被翦除。江泽民自己重病在床。辛子陵说,“如果他仍然不合作不放手,还接着对抗,恐怕自身难保。”

辛子陵:“因为这事情,他(江泽民)的问题不解决,老实讲,你平反六四、平反法轮功都解决不了,他在挡着,你怎么解决啊?因为习近平对六四的态度很明显,今年六四前夕,上北京大学,跟那个汤一介教授手拉手照相,都报导了。汤一介就是坚决支持学生运动的,这个姿态很明显。”

辛子陵认为,习近平也不赞成江泽民迫害法轮功的政策。

辛子陵:“他就是不继承这个迫害法轮功的政策,所以(江泽民)才对他不放心,所以他叫薄熙来上。当然现在他公开的不好讲什么。因为这个事情没有道理。法轮功他一个人民健身的组织,人家又没有危害国家的活动。”

辛子陵表示,“江泽民最后会死在法轮功问题上”。

7月27日,有北京网友在新浪微博发帖说,“中国最特殊也是最高等级的解放军总医院(301医院),楼顶上提字的‘江泽民’三个字,被拆除了。”但是这个帖子很快被删除。

辛子陵对《新唐人》表示,他在几个月前坐车经过301医院大门的时候,就发现“解放军总医院”连同“江泽民”三个字的牌子已经不见了。

自江泽民的军中最爱、中共原军委副主席徐才厚落马后,中共官场震荡持续加剧。近期,江泽民的另一军中心腹、中共军委副主席郭伯雄也被抓,而福建与江泽民的老巢——上海官场已被针对。

中共中纪委今年的第二轮巡视最近已经启动。巡视对像之一的上海,从陆地到空中目前充满紧张气氛。而就在中纪委巡视组巡视上海前夕,上海纪检系统大洗牌。

中纪委书记王岐山在第二轮巡视前喊话说,要“保持高压态势”、“谁问题突出就巡视谁”。

采访编辑/秦雪 后制/舒灿

Xi Jinping Gave a Thunder Respond to the Threat of Stop
From the Big Tiger

After Beijing authorities threw out several “big tigers"
such as Xu Caihou and Su rong,
some in the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) upper rungs
have demanded that CCP leader Xi Jinping stop the effort
and threatened him to hold off on his “big tiger crackdown."

However, on June 26, Xi Jinping responded in a Politburo
meeting, saying, “Who is afraid of who."

He also said there is no quota on the anti-corruption
crackdown, and they can arrest as many as possible.

Observers say that there may soon be more tigers sacked.

Hong Kong-based Ming Pao cited Beijing news reports that
on a June 26 Politburo meeting, Xi Jinping made points on
three anti-corruption issues: First, someone inside the party
said that authorities arrested over 30 Vice Minister cadres
after the 18th National Congress and that this should be good
enough and the anti-corruption effort should stop.

Xi Jinping replied saying this is a wrong understanding,
and that there is no quota for the anti-corruption effort.
Xi said they should arrest however many are corrupt.

Secondly, Xi responded to threats for him to hold off
by saying, “I want to warn them, who should be afraid!
Years ago, Zhu Rongji wanted to prepare 100 coffins,
99 for the corrupt, and the last one for himself…
Today we also have the same courage."

Thirdly, Xi said the anti-corruption campaign treats every
area equally, and cities where Party leaders worked before
won’t get special treatment.

Ming Pao also reported that Xi Jinping’s speech has not only
been passed on to the Central Discipline Inspection
Commission, but specific meetings were held to also pass
his speech to each central and local inspection team.

Xin Ziling, former Chinese Military Academy Press President,
told NTD that “Xi Jinping’s July 26 speech is genuine."

Xin Ziling: “He decided to completely break from the corrupt
group of elite bigwigs and refuse to defend or represent them.

Because his new deal can’t start without dealing with them.

Otherwise this corrupt group will make trouble nonstop,
leaving him powerless to do anything."

U.S.-based Chinese language news site Secret China cited
Beijing reports at the end of June, saying Zeng Qinghong,
the top henchman and strategist of former CCP leader Jiang
Zemin’s faction, has been put under house arrest
for attempting to assassinate President Xi Jinping.

Xin Ziling says, “It’s true that Zeng Qinghong is under
house arrest, because we haven’t seen him recently."

Jiang Zemin’s minions have been removed.

Jiang himself is in bed because of serious illness.

Xin Ziling says, “He’ll probably risk his head
if he still doesn’t cooperate and keeps putting up a fight."

Xin Ziling: “To be honest, nothing can be resolved without
dealing with [Jiang Zemin].

Things like vindicating the June 4 massacre and Falun Gong,
simply can’t be resolved with Jiang blocking.

Xi Jinping’s attitude toward June 4th is very clear.

On the eve of June 4 this year, reports show that he met and
took pictures with Peking University professor Tang Yijie.

Tang Yijie firmly supported the 1989 student movement.
This is very clear."

Xin Ziling says that he believes Xi Jinping doesn’t agree
with Jiang Zemin’s persecution of Falun Gong.

Xin Ziling: “Jiang Zemin doesn’t trust him because
he wouldn’t inherit the persecution policy on Falun Gong.

So Jiang wanted Bo Xilai in power.
Of course, he can’t talk about it publicly
because it’s not reasonable.
Falun Gong is just a people’s health organization,
and doesn’t have anything that brings harm to the country."

Xin Ziling says,
“Jiang will eventually die on the Falun Gong issue."

On July 27, Beijing netizens posted on Sina Weibo,
“The words ‘Jiang Zemin’ on the sign atop China’s top ranked
hospital, the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) General
Hospital (the 301 Military Hospital) building were removed."

But this netizens post was quickly deleted.

Xin Ziling told NTD said he noticed that the sign with “PLA
General Hospital" had lost the words “Jiang Zemin"
when he passed hospital a few months ago.

Since the sacking of Jiang’s military henchman Xu Caihou,
former Vice chairman of the Central Military Commission,
the shock to CCP officialdom has continued to intensify.

Recently, Guo Baixiong, another one of Jiang’s henchman
in the army with the same rank as Xu, was also arrested.

Officialdom in Jiang’s nest, Shanghai, are also being targeted.

Round two of the Central Commission Inspection Discipline’s
inspection tour has recently been launched.

Shanghai, one of the inspection targets,
is full of tension from land to air.

Shanghai’s discipline inspection system has faced a major
reshuffle before the Central Discipline Inspection Commission
team’s inspection.

Wang Qishan, head of the Central Discipline Inspection
Commission, said before this round of inspections started,
“stay on high alert," and “inspect whoever has problems."

Interview & Edit/QingXue Post-Production/ShuCan

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