China’s credit blacklist is on the verge of bursting as the government’s hidden debt countdown to explosion. Reports have surfaced linking Russian President Vladimir Putin to high-profile Chinese officials Qin Gang and Li Shangfu. Speculations are swirling about Qin Gang’s alleged death and whether Li Keqiang’s sudden demise is part of a Stalin-style purge within the Communist Party of China.
Voice of America Chinese website Lin Baohua, RFI – Radio France Internationale’s Wang Youqun, and Epoch News Network’s “Politics” have all contributed to the buzz surrounding Qin Gang and Li Shangfu’s alternative thinking in the political, military, and economic chaos of the Communist Party of China. Additionally, Insider Jin Tao Pai Dark and U.S. Hot Search have fueled speculation with reports of Putin’s involvement and the possibility of CIA involvement in a secret operation that may have led to Qin Gang and Li Shangfu’s downfall.
On December 8th, U.S. Hot Search was ablaze with questions about Putin’s reported connection to Qin Gang and Li Shangfu, as well as the alleged deaths of the two Chinese officials. This, coupled with Moody’s recent downgrade of China’s sovereign credit ratings, has caused concern among the Chinese public.
Amidst the turmoil, Chinese citizens are seeking solace in talismans for outbound travel and grappling with new sensitive words associated with the country’s new leadership. The revelation of shocking shoddy projects and the creation of ice sculptures in the new era linked to the Voice of America Chinese website have only added to the chaos.
As the rumors and speculations continue to swirl, China’s political landscape remains uncertain. With the specter of debt explosion looming, and questions surrounding the fate of high-ranking officials, the country is facing a period of significant upheaval and uncertainty.