Wen Jiabao Hijacks China
His Mafia Spin Doctors Hacked the NYT
In the past decade, especially during the last five years
or so, China was practically run by the
State Council, while the State Council was virtually
controlled by a mafia gang with Premier Wen
Jiabao as the Godfather. The Chinese
mafia engaged in a whole range of criminal activities,
from corruption, inside trading, money laundering to political
prosecution, and now it hacked the foreign newspaper's
electronic database, partly as a retaliation for exposing
Wen family's scandalous involvement in China's biggest insurance
company Ping An.
The New York Times informed its readers earlier that its
computer system has been targeted over the course of four
months ever since its reporters investigated a story about
the massive fortune amassed by Premier Wen Jiabao's family,
that is estimated to be valued at over $27 billion - Chinese
public somehow believes the figure could be as high as $300
billion. The hackers were trying to find out who provided
the information to Times' reporters, according to the newspaper.
Evidently, Wen Jiabao and his mafia gang are not only like
a malicious tremor infecting China's brain, but begin to
spread cancer cells around the world.
There is one more thing that we would like to draw the
attention of the New York Times and other victims of cyber
attacks that might connect to the Wen report: The most rowdy
and staunch supporters of Wen Jiabao are not in China, but
in the United States with their base at New York's China
Town. Yes, they are the members of the
Fa Lun Gong, a politically-motivated organization which
is financially sponsored by a CIA associated foundation and
has a proven track record in cyber hacking. It is advisable
for the cyber security guys to keep a vigilant eye on these
When Wen Jiabao
visited the US, Fa Lun Gong members staged a welcome
sitting-show on the roadside with the message on
the blue banner at the top read "Welcome Wen
Jiabao's Visit". A message on one of the white
placards says "bring Bo Xilai to court".
Bo was the governor of a province in the former "Manchuguo" region,
where this cult movement originated, and had taken
some necessary steps to stop its leader Li Hongzhi
from seducing his followers to seek salvation through
money donation or even self-mutilation, for
which he made himself the No. one enemy of Li Hongzhi
and his Fa Lun Gong establishment.
By the way, it
is not that hard to find out how many impressive
real estates in America under the name of Fa Lun
Gong founder Li Hongzhi and his family, purchased
with the money Li family collected from the tax-free
foundation and Fa Lun Gong members.
Wen Jiabao's trademark rude hand gesture "one
finger zen": I - I - I -
What Chinese Said About Wen JIabao's Hidden Treasure
Xi Jinping said he wants to catch both flies [corrupt
local officials] and tigers [corrupt
high officials at the top level of the government].
Here we have this huge beast: his mother, his wife, his son,
his brother and his in-laws are all corrupt through jewellery
business [including relic smuggling],
property development [fed with stimulus
package] and insurance share acquisition [via
inside trading]. It's time to see if Xi Jinping is serious
about his anti-corruption claim.
Premier Wen Jiabao with $27 billion, Chongqing
mayor Sun Zhengcai with ten expensive brand watches, Chongqing
police chief He Ting with at least five expensive brand
watches - yet all these corrupted officials with hard evidences
against them are not investigated but allowed to continue occupying
the high offices, while the incorruptible Bo Xilai is prosecuted
and locked behind bars. Nothing is more farcical than the political
situation in today's China.