Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article Release Issue: A1051-W688



Release Date: October 7, 2017



Topic: Xi Jinping's Dream of Being the International Police -- Wei Jingsheng

标题:习近平的国际警察梦 -- 魏京生


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Xi Jinping's Dream of Being the International Police

-- Wei Jingsheng



In recent years, the clique of Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan has suffered a strong resistance from the Chinese society.  What is even worse to them is that other Chinese officials have also begun brewing undercurrents against Xi Jinping's big money spread internationally and campaign of selective anti-corruption.  It is not enough to rely solely on brutal repression anymore.  Now it is Chinese officials and the middle class who are rebelling instead of the wage earners of the past.  These officials and middle class businessmen have also taken away a lot of money out of China.  Although the total amount of the money is difficult to get to set statistics, according to the exposed rumors it is estimated to be of a comparable size to Xi's big money spread internationally.


For the system of Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan, there are two serious problems here.  The first is the Chinese economy cannot afford the flood of capital, especially the fleeing of the middle class in China, which not only greatly reduces internal investment, but also substantially reduces the consumer market in China.  This has created the space for the Chinese currency Renminbi to devaluate within the country.  It is how the super fast inflation has formed.


This situation will inevitably lead to the increased opposition voices from both civilians and officials, which produces a political crisis in the whole society.  How to solve this crisis so as to keep their autocratic system is an operation Xi Jinping and Wang Qishan started two years ago.


They have tried to prevent people sending their money to foreign countries, but the efficiency is not high.  The economic significance of blocking many people from sending small amounts of money is not big, yet the complaint it caused is very high.  This conduct has turned a majority of the middle class, which participated in and shared vested interests in the past, to opposition.  Politically the loss does not compensate any gain.  And it does nothing to stop the more massive flood of money fleeing in cooperation between government officials and businesses.


So what should be done then?  Xi Jinping has no idea.  Bad ideas generally come from that smart brain of Wang Qishan.  Wang thinks that through international pursuit, by putting hats of criminal corruption or terrorism on these people who try to flee with money - they may extradite them back to China through true and/or false accusations, so as to treat these people with abuse and torture, as well as to threaten them by threatening their wives and children - which has been quite effective in the past.  So the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Chinese Communist Party (under the leadership of Wang Qishan) set up a Skynet Operation, which gained internal support within China by taking advantage of poor people's hate for the rich, while claiming some fashionable slogans of anti-terrorism to confuse the international community.


The core of these bad ideas was to take over the Interpol, and to declare internally that their Skynet Operation will ensure that even if you flee to the corners of the world there are international police to help them to catch you back, including your wives and children.


This idea is indeed insidious, because they have found loopholes in the international community.  That Interpol was not clean historically, and four of its presidents were high ranking German Nazis with the most famous one being the head of the Nazi secret police Reinhard Heydrich.  After the protests by our overseas democracy movement groups, Interpol has removed these big names of their presidents from their website, as if they had no presidents for these years.  This shows that the staff of this organization do have a sense of shame, and do not want to be ashamed by these names.


In addition, many non-governmental organizations (including Interpol) that rely on donations are faced with serious financial difficulties and thus sometimes will do small actions that violate their principles in exchange for help in raising funds.  The rock gets pried from the gap.  The Chinese Communist regime found this crack and pried this rock with a large sum of money.  It spent tens of millions of euros to buy the impoverished Interpol, and turned it to be a global tool for tyranny of the Communist regime that does not behalf according laws and ethics.


But things have not ended here yet.  We the overseas Chinese democracy movement, in cooperation with many international human rights organizations, have taken action on the escalated tyranny against the overseas Chinese, which has forced them to retreat.  And everything is just beginning.  We will continue to take action to force Interpol to return to its basic purpose, which is as a platform for sharing and exchange information about international criminal offenses, rather than as a tool for tyranny.


Becoming a tool for tyranny itself has damaged its reputation and credibility, as well as undermined the conditions for its existence.  This situation is taking place gradually -- there are special organizations set up to monitor its work, and there is already an organization that does a better job -- the Europol.  If Interpol's reputation and credibility continues to decline, then its existence is not necessary, and it could be easily replaced quickly.


Xi Jinping likes to dream.  He has a lot of dreams.  This time he made a great effort to hold a big conference for Interpol.  Once again, he spread a lot of money into Interpol, in addition to training secret police.  He dreams that the whole world would support his dream of dictatorship, but in fact it will only destroy the Interpol, turning into a dream of everything lost.


As the Chinese saying goes: the ones with morals shall get more help, while the ones without morals shall lose help.  When one moves against the historical current, it can only go toward the opposite destination to the original plan, and end with failures.



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(Written and recorded on September 29, 2017.  Broadcasted by Radio Free Asia.)



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Wei Jingsheng Foundation News and Article Release Issue: A1051-W688



Release Date: October 7, 2017



Topic: Xi Jinping's Dream of Being the International Police -- Wei Jingsheng

标题:习近平的国际警察梦 -- 魏京生


Original Language Version: Chinese (Chinese version at the end)









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