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An American in China

Corruption Watch in China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 24, 2014

Comrade Xi Jinping has claimed he has gotten tough on corruption, he points out the bevy of communists he has taken to task for their bribes and illicit ways. What he does not point out, however, is that these same men are allies of Bo Xilai, the biggest thorn in comrade Xi’s side. That is why they have been prosecuted,Xi fears a revolution at the hands of Bo and his pals.

Comrade Bo was a commie high flier who was too good. He was charming, bright and got things done, the kind of man Beijing feared. The Chinese system is set up so that mediocrity rules. After all, the last thing Beijing wants is another strong leader like Mao. They fear that because then they could not steal as much as they are Thieving today.

Below is an excerpt which talks about a report done by the Guardian which shows how China’s top reds
are green with cash. At issue is how they got that cash,answer- bribes, and how they legally
stored it offshore, answer- they did not do it legally for in China you can only convert $50,000 per year.
This means that aside from explaining how they could be billionaires on the salary of a pig
farmer, I am looking at you Wen Jiabao’s mother, how they got that cash out of China.

Beijing is pissed because the report shows that the king commies fear the fall of China and are dirty as well.
Ever since Mao was alive and fondling toddlers, Chinese believed that corruption was a local thing.
They refused to believe that corruption existed at the top. Now those idiots are learning the truth
and the chicoms are afraid. It is one thing to think that only your local commie is a jackass, but another to
know that they all are. The fear is that the common Chinese will get pissed and grab a pitchfork is
very very real. Tension here is pretty high.


CHINA’s internet censors have moved swiftly to shut down an online investigative news site that has revealed more than a dozen family members of the nation’s top political leaders are storing their wealth in secretive, offshore accounts. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) has today published the sensitive financial information of some of China’s most high profile identities, including President Xi Jinping’s brother-in-law and former Premier Wen Jiabao’s son and son-in-law.

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