The Chinese nation is special. China was once called The Land of the Divine. The ancient dynasties were once called The Heavenly Dynasties. It is the only civilization in the world that has survived for 5,000 years, and the only history of a people that has been uninterrupted for that long. What is crucial for the 5,000 years of Chinese civilization is the continuity factor—a thread that runs through all the dynasties. Foreign powers may interfere or even take over, but the new rulers are eventually Sinicized, and the social and moral order lives on. This fact explains why the nation of “Oneness of Heaven and Man” has been highly fertile ground for producing people of great enlightenment, legends of heroic epics, and an abundance of classic literature.
For millennia, the gods have watched over and protected the Chinese nation. However, after the Communists took power, the country and the people suffered catastrophe and devastation. Religious institutions and traditional arts were the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) target. Monks were slaughtered, temples dismantled, historic relics destroyed, and classics burned. Little remains intact of the 5,000 years of civilization. Society was filled with the class struggle, state control of media, violent deaths, famines, and fanaticism for “destruction of the old world.” Under the CCP’s rule, the nation’s faith, morality, and civilization have degenerated and become disconnected from their original state.
The gods, however, will not allow this nation to be annihilated.
In 1992, Master Li Hongzhi made public the ancient teaching of Falun Dafa (aka Falun Gong). Chinese tradition embodies Taoist teachings for guiding individual cultivation, Confucianism for maintaining social structure, and Buddhist concepts for offering salvation to sentient beings. With the widespread growth of Falun Dafa, which is based on traditional values, Chinese people are regaining their faith in the divine, recovering their moral conscience, and renewing traditional Chinese culture.
Falun Dafa’s principles of truthfulness, compassion, and tolerance, and the growth of the population of practitioners, have had tangible effects in this world as well as in worlds unseen to the naked eye. Behind it all is the Good naturally taking a stand against the Evil. The battle between Good and Evil, as manifest in the human world, takes the form of the CCP’s brutal persecution of Falun Gong, and the latter’s peaceful and rational efforts to end the persecution.
The evil side needed to choose someone in the human world to start this suppression; that choice was Jiang Zemin.
The evil must give Jiang Zemin—a clown of history—a disgraceful family history and morally degenerate personality characterized by greed, stupidity, deceitfulness, treachery, promiscuity, jealousy, and a strong desire to show off.
The history of Jiang’s rise is also a history how his character was shaped. As he grasped everything by his jealous and thieving nature, Jiang developed a high degree of insecurity. The power of dictatorship and the evil specter behind the CCP propelled him to launch the persecution of Falun Gong. So the persecution took place, despite initial opposition from most of those in power.
In order to carry out the persecution, Jiang completely reversed the standard of right and wrong that has prevailed in the Chinese nation for five thousand years, established the extra-legal apparatus known as the 6-10 Office, tied the operations of a substantial portion of the Chinese society and resources to the suppression, and bent the CCP’s usual way of exerting societal control. To continue the suppression and cover up the heinous crimes against humanity, Jiang managed to change the power balance in the Standing Committee of the Politburo of the Chinese Communist Party, so that his clique—including Luo Gan and Zhou Yongkang—could defy the next generation of CCP leaders and carry on the Jiang-era policies, and even attempt a coup to overthrow Hu Jintao and Xi Jinping.
In today’s China, many political, economic, ecological, and social problems, as well as the increasing degradation of moral standards and the legal system, are the direct consequence of Jiang Zemin’s policy of suppressing Falun Gong.
In February 2012, Chongqing police chief Wang Lijun fled to the U.S. Consulate to seek asylum. Like the toppling of the first domino, the incident triggered a chain of events that would set off the course of the CCP’s disintegration. As we all know well, righteous faith has never been defeated by evil, while evil will have to face its own destruction because of its persecution of a righteous way. Everyone has to make his or her own judgment and choice in the process. This book offers the reader an opportunity to understand the truth and to make the right choices.
To clearly understand today’s China, one has to see how the Chinese Communist Party operates behind all facets of life and what its true nature is. But to clearly understand the true evil nature of the CCP as it manifests today, one must behold the perpetrator of the persecution of Falun Gong—Jiang Zemin.
This book presents the real Jiang Zemin.
—The Authors of Unbridled Evil: The Corrupt Reign of Jiang Zemin in China
To read Chapter 1, Jiang Zemin’s Rise, Part 1, click here.
To read Chapter 1, Jiang Zemin’s Rise, Part 2, click here.
To read Chapter 2, Corruption Soars Under Jiang, Part 1, click here.
To read Chapter 2, Corruption Soars Under Jiang, Part 2, click here.