【禁闻】徐才厚案加速 影射背后“大老虎”

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【新唐人2014年11月26日讯】围绕前中共军委副主席徐才厚一案,近期在国内媒体上出现了报导放风,又被删除的现象。有评论认为,这显示出徐才厚案正在加速,已经接近尾声,但即使徐才厚去世,与他相关的“大老虎”还是将被抓出。

今年第32期的《凤凰周刊》20号刊登封面故事“国贼徐才厚查抄内幕”,披露了徐才厚案的查办内幕,徐宅抄查出数量惊人的金银财宝,以及家人涉嫌贪腐等内容。这则报导在北京时间11月20号下午,被大陆各大网站以“媒体披露徐才厚被查抄内幕”为标题转载,但当天晚上,所有转载又都被删除。

这似乎印证了海外“中国数字时代”网站在20号凌晨披露的“中宣部密令”。密令说:对徐才厚案,“一律以权威媒体统一口径报导。各地各网站需严格检查有关此案的相关报导,如出现问题将会严肃追责。”

不过,第二天,微信账号“政知局”再次从《凤凰周刊》的报导中挑选出徐才厚案的10个细节。随后被《北青网》等媒体转载。

除此之外,由多名中国记者联名登记的微信公号“察时局”(Cha_shiju),在23号,发表题为“徐即使病逝 案件仍将深挖 开打新老虎”的文章。文章认为,近期媒体披露徐才厚案细节,以及其他一些动向,显示出徐才厚可能已经病危,案件正在加速,进入收尾阶段。

文章还说,本月,“去徐化”大扫除正在军中进行,即使徐才厚病死,系列案件不会停止,有关徐案的系列动向也显示,军中正在深挖另一只“大老虎”。

北京时政分析人士华颇:“这句话很重要,虽然说徐才厚病入膏肓,但是习近平会清除徐才厚在军中的影响。所以军中的大清洗真是不可避免的,而且严厉的程度要高于地方。”

时事评论员蓝述:“在徐才厚之后即将打的下一只老虎,很可能是郭伯雄。而且现在从各方面的报导来看呢,郭伯雄其实已经是被隔离审查了。至于什么时候曝出来,那么我想可能只是一个时间的问题。”

除了和徐才厚同级别的“大老虎”,近期媒体的报导中,还影射了他们身后更大的“老虎”。

例如《凤凰周刊》的报导就披露,上世纪90年代,提拔出身一般、才能平平的徐才厚的“伯乐”是一位“山东籍的某军队政工系统高官”。报导没有具体点出这位高官的名字,但是说,“农家子弟的徐才厚出生贫寒,素无背景,能在军中扶摇直上,与该高官的赏识、选拔和一再举荐不无关系。”

而新加坡《联合早报》,则引述北京有关人士指出,徐才厚1999年任中央军委委员、总政常务副主任,2002年中共十六大后任总政治部主任,2004年任中央军委副主席,2007年任中共政治局委员、中央军委副主席,达到其仕途的最高峰。这些升迁,恐怕就不是某个“政工系统的高官”能左右的了。

华颇:“说白了,是谁把这两个人提高到如此地位上的,这肯定会要有个说法。至于说他们背后,我想,他们二人的发家,全是和江泽民脱不了干系啊。”

蓝述:“随着徐才厚被抓起来以后,牵出来的一系列事件里面,军队很可能会曝出许许多多别人意料不到的腐败。这些腐败,很可能最后都要牵到江泽民。因为江泽民在位的时候,他封了差不多两百个将军。”

近期,除了中共军队的腐败越来越多的曝光,总部设在美国的“追查迫害法轮功国际组织”公布的证据,显示徐才厚掌控的中共军队总后勤部,直接参与了活摘法轮功学员器官的系统性犯罪。面对这些证据,中共当局到目前仍旧没有回应。

采访/朱智善 编辑/尚燕 后制/陈建铭

The Accelerated Xu Caihou Case May Expose More Important Players

The scandal regarding former Vice Chairman of the CPC
Central Military Commission Xu Caihou has been publicized
and then subsequently deleted in Chinese media recently.

Some critics said this phenomenon showed that
the accelerated disposition of the Xu Caihou case
may usher in the conclusion of the case.

But even if Xu dies, his “bigger patron"
will still be exposed.

The cover story of the 32nd issue of Phoenix Weekly
published on Nov. 20 is entitled “Behind the Investigation
of Xu Caihou, a National Traitor."

It covers inside stories regarding the investigation
ofXu Caihou, including a large amount of cash,
gold, silver, treasures and jewels as well as his family
members’ involvement in the corruption case.
The news was widely published on major Chinese social
media on the afternoon of Nov. 20, with the headline,
“Behind the Xu Caihou Investigation ,"
but all posts were deleted that night.

It has seemingly confirmed the Central Propaganda
Department’s secret order disclosed by the foreign website
China Digital Times on the morning of Nov. 20.

The secret order dictates, “The corruption case regarding
Xu Caihou shall only be reported by the concerned
authorities, and all the coverage of this case on local
social media shall be strictly censored;
otherwise, it is subject to serious investigations."

However, the next day, micro blogger Political SIPO again
singled out ten details about Xu’s corruption scandal
reported by Phoenix Weekly, and they were subsequently
posted by other media including the North Youth Network.

In addition, “Cha_shiju", a micro blogger account jointly
registered by several Chinese reporters posted on Nov. 23,
entitled “Even if Xu dies, the case will still be seriously
investigated to fight against the new tiger".
The article indicated that the details regarding Xu’s
corruption disclosed by social media recently
and some other tendencies showed that Xu
might have been in a critical situation.
The case has been processed quickly
and is well into its final stage.

The article also said that the “elimination of Xu campaign"
has been going on in the military this month.
Even if Xu dies, the investigation of his case
will not stop.
The tendencies in Xu’s corruption case also shows that the
military is in the process of digging out another “big tiger".

Beijing political analyst Hua Po: “These words
are very important.
Though Xu may be in critical condition, Xi Jinping
will still eliminate Xu’s influence in the military.
Therefore, a big purge in the military is unavoidable,
and it will be more severe than the situation in society."

Commentator Lan Shu: “After Xu is cracked down on,
the next target may be Guo Boxion.
Judging from various reports, Guo has in fact been isolated
for investigation.
As to when it will be publicized, I think it is just
a matter of time."

In addition to the “big tiger" at the same level as Xu,
recent media reports also hinted that there may be
a “bigger tiger" behind them.

For example, a Phoenix Weekly report revealed that
in the 1990s, the confidant who promoted Xu was a
high ranking official in the military’s political work system
from Shandong Province.
The report didn’t specifically disclose
the name of the official;
however, it said, “Xu was born into a poor farm family,
without any political background, so the fact that he was
promoted quickly in the military had something to do
with that high ranking official’s repeated appreciation
and recommendations of him."

Singapore newspaper, Lianhe Zaobao, quoted someone
close to the case in Beijing as saying that Xu was appointed
as member of the CMC and deputy director of the General
Political Department in 1999;
He served as director of the General Political Department
after the 16th CPC National Congress in 2002
and vice chairman of the Central Military Commission
in 2004;
He reached the pinnacle of his career in 2007 when he
served as member of Politburo and vice chairman
of the Central Military Commission in 2007.

This kind of promotion might not be done by that
“senior official in the political work system."

Hua Po: “In fact, as to who promoted these two people
to such positions, there should be a justification.
In terms of the people behind them, I think their promotions
should have something to do with Jiang Zemin."

Lan Shu: “After Xu was arrested, a series of incidents
in the military are likely to expose many other corruption
cases beyond other imaginations.

These corruptions may eventually be linked to Jiang Zemin,
as he appointed nearly two hundred generals during
his tenure."

Recently, in addition to the exposed Chinese military
corruption cases, the evidence publicized by the U.S.-based
World Organization to Investigate the Persecution
of Falun Gong also shows that the General Logistics
Department of the Chinese army controlled by Xu
was directly involved in the systemized crimes of harvesting
organs from living Falun Gong practitioners.

Faced with this evidence, the Chinese authorities
have yet to give any response to date.

Interview/Zhu Zhishan Edit/ShangYan Post-Production/Chen Jianming

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