A deep pocketed Jet
Li: I'm not gonna be accountable with your money
but you're accountable with your demand asking
me to be accountable.
Kong Fu movie star Jet Li is being demanded by Chinese public
to reveal how he spent the huge amount of cash donations
his personal charity account collected in 2013 in the name
of helping Ya'an
After a systematic attack on China's Red Cross (which since
former Family Planning boss, a Manchu descendant and Han
baby killer, headed the organisation quickly turned into
a target of public ridicule due to deliberate and consistent
revelations of corruption scandals), the cash donation, most
from Chinese battlers and many from school kids and some
from folks struggling to make ends meet, to Jet Li soared
and his private charity became the biggest donation sucking
machine in China.
Yet one year later, of 385 million yuans Li received, only
a mere 47
million spending can be publicly tracked.
China's top ten charity organisations' account balance
related to Ya'an quake
When a Chinese website formerly known as anti-cnn.com, set
up by grassroots Chinese youth for exposing Western
media lies on Lhasa
terrorist attack in 2008 in the lead up to Beijing Olympics,
questioned the whereabouts of the rest of the 300 million
yuans, Li replied arrogantly that 300 million is an amount
too small to fill in his and his rich business partners'
While refusing to let public know how he spent public money,
he hired a solicitor to threat the website with law suit.
Jet Li couple are known as Dalai
Lama's personal followers and a public suspicion is
mounting that Jet Li, a Singapore citizen, has established
a charity institute to collect funds for an
US backed separatist lama government in India. That
may also explains why Jet Li exhibits his strong hostility
towards that particular website now called M4.cn,
despite it is not the only website raising the question.