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Communist Party Prepared ‘Shocking’ Report on Bo Xilai

By Lin Feng
Epoch Times Staff
Created: November 6, 2012 Last Updated: November 7, 2012
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Bo Xilai attends the opening ceremony of the National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People on March 5, in Beijing. At the Chinese Communist Party’s final meeting, held before its 18th National Congress, it was confirmed that Bo Xilai, the disgraced former Politburo member, is expelled from the Party. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

Bo Xilai attends the opening ceremony of the National People's Congress (NPC) at the Great Hall of the People on March 5, in Beijing. At the Chinese Communist Party’s final meeting, held before its 18th National Congress, it was confirmed that Bo Xilai, the disgraced former Politburo member, is expelled from the Party. (Feng Li/Getty Images)

New details have emerged about the Chinese Communist Party’s final meeting held before its 18th National Congress, where it was confirmed that two officials—Bo Xilai, the disgraced former Politburo member, and Liu Zhijun, the former railways minister convicted of corruption—are expelled from the Party.

Two reports were produced by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection, the Party agency that goes after corrupt cadres, about the misdeeds of Bo and Liu, according to a source in Beijing. They were said to be “voluminous,” with content that was “very shocking.”

The report on Bo Xilai was not allowed to be taken from the meeting by any of the 365 attendees, the source said.

The political conclave was called the seventh plenum of the 17th Party Congress, the final that will be held before the 18th Party Congress is convened on Nov. 8. This final plenum, which ran from Nov. 1 to Nov. 4 in Beijing, was to finalize preparations for the 18th Congress and implement a variety of other Party administrative procedures—including, for example, a secret amendment to the Communist Party’s constitution.

At the plenum, the promotion of two military men was also decided upon: Xu Qiliang, 62, the commander of the People’s Liberation Army air force, and Fan Changlong, 65, the commander of the PLA’s Jinan Military Area Command, were both promoted to be vice-chairmen of the Central Military Commission, the Communist Party organ that controls the armed forces.

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Editor’s Note: When Chongqing’s former top cop, Wang Lijun, fled for his life to the U.S. Consulate in Chengdu on Feb. 6, he set in motion a political storm that has not subsided. The battle behind the scenes turns on what stance officials take toward the persecution of Falun Gong. The faction with bloody hands—the officials former CCP head Jiang Zemin promoted in order to carry out the persecution—is seeking to avoid accountability for their crimes and to continue the campaign. Other officials are refusing any longer to participate in the persecution. Events present a clear choice to the officials and citizens of China, as well as people around the world: either support or oppose the persecution of Falun Gong. History will record the choice each person makes.

Click www.ept.ms/ccp-crisis to read about the most recent developments in the ongoing crisis within the Chinese communist regime. In this special topic, we provide readers with the necessary context to understand the situation. Get the RSS feed. Who are the Major Players?



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    I don’t feel this is likely. There was something very different going on during that period of time. Following the trend of issuing war bonds during the Great War, banks started acting a stock brokers for average Americans. The belief at that time, following trends in the market, was that stock prices would rise forever, without falling. During the 1920s, this appeared true.

    Considering that the Average American didn’t have a lot of cash on hand, banks recklessly gave out loans to average people so that they could invest in the stock market. The conventional wisdom at the time way that this army of American investors would profit off of their investments and be able to pay the banks back in time. Of course, this so-called conventional wisdom was horribly wrong.

    When the stock market started falling in late 1929, American confidence in the whole financial system fell with it, and hordes of everyday citizens made a run on the bank, withdrawing all of their savings. This was the real death knell to the economy at that time, because the banks had loaned out more money than they actually had on reserve. This didn’t happen in 2008, when the stock market fell even harder than it did in 1929.

    I would say a more pressing issue facing the U.S. economy is the ponzi scene known as the Federal Reserve Bank. The Fed Bank, a non-govt. entity, prints the U.S. currency and loans it to congress. The bank then sells its I.O.U.s from congress to other parties, such as foreign governments. This is the source of the massive U.S. debt. to China; the Feb. passes it’s I.O.U.s off to folks like them to avoid any potential risk.

    Considering all U.S. currency is a debt-covered loan from the (not-so)Federal Reserve Bank, the U.S. government will not be able to actually pay off it’s debts without destroying this system. All of the U.S. currency is actually a loan, so the government can’t actually use it’s own currency to pay of the totality of this massive series of loans. They would need to leach surplus funds from elsewhere else, such as foreign trade.

    Early founding fathers such a Ben. Franklin and Thomas Jefferson warned about the dangers of this system. Andrew Jackson campaigned on the platform of destroying this system of bankers throwing the nation into debt. Two presidents, Abraham Lincoln and J.F. Kennedy changed the system, and had the government print it’s own currency (see “greenbacks”), rather than letting the banks determine the economic fate of the country. They were both murdered shortly after. I’m not saying that their deaths were definately related, but it’s a possibility that is usually overlooked.

    I really love the Epoch Times, because you all have the guts to report on issues that the mainstream, corporate media are afraid to mention. If you want to hit on a major issue that’s raping our nation, look into the Federal Reserve Bank. The Chinese red capitalists certainly are rotten criminals, but they aren’t the source of that massive government debt. The Feb. Reserve system is where that 16 trillion dollar monster came from.


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