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Sun Lijun’s case continues to ferment Insiders analyze the inside story of the CCP’s power distribution | Ministry of Public Security | Xi Jinping | Coup d’état

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[The Epoch Times, January 12, 2022](The Epoch Times reporters Luo Ya and Ning Haizhong reported) The case of Sun Lijun, the former deputy minister of the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China, is still fermenting. A spokesman for the Ministry of Public Security recently emphasized that the people involved in the Sun Lijun case will be purged, claiming that this is to eliminate the “black sheep”. Observers believe that the source of corruption lies in the CCP, and the source of the so-called black sheep itself is the CCP’s authorization of the public security.

On January 10, Li Bei, a spokesperson for the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China, said in Beijing that in 2021, the Ministry of Public Security will conduct a comprehensive review of people, events and cases involving Sun Lijun and others. The authorities emphasized eliminating the influence of Sun Lijun and others’ “poisonous” influence, “eliminating the black sheep”, focusing on “two-faced people” who were “disloyal and dishonest to the party”, and strictly investigating “corrupt behaviors that have not been restrained since the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China“. “Getting started,” “cleaning up,” etc. on problem threads.

Analysis: The CCP’s reliance on public security is the source of the so-called “black sheep”

Mr. Zhang, a doctor of law in Beijing, told The Epoch Times that the CCP claims that the public security system has cleaned up a lot of black sheep. But the source of the black sheep’s existence is the CCP’s authorization of the public security.

He said that the CCP’s public security is the strongest among all government departments and has the widest scope of power. In all the power systems of the CCP, in addition to the army and the armed police, the public security is the third powerful institution of violence. The chief executives of public security at all levels are all concurrently deputy positions of the government, and even become members of the Standing Committee of the Communist Party of China at the same level.

Public security is privileged in the CCP authority, mainly because the CCP’s power must rely heavily on violence. First and foremost, we must rely on the military, just like when Deng Xiaoping mobilized dozens of troops to suppress the student movement during June 4, 1989. Secondly, in the process of maintaining power on a daily basis, the CCP must rely on the violent system of public security.

Mr. Zhang said, “The CCP’s police system holds privileges and is not restricted. The only restriction comes from the CCP.”

Mr. Zhang said that the text of the Chinese Communist Party’s constitution says that the government’s power is restricted by the National People’s Congress, which is fooling the people. Although public security is a department of the government, the heads of governments at all levels, like the Premier of the State Council, have no control over public security at all levels. It was spun off from the government system and managed by the CCP’s Political and Legal Committee. The heads of governments at all levels have no power or willpower at all.

“The CCP’s public security system holds great power, especially the chiefs and deputies of public security at all levels, the captains of criminal police, the captains of national security, etc., so they can do whatever they want and are lawless. This is the root cause of the CCP’s police collectively becoming a black sheep.”

He said that officials at all levels of the CCP, including the little policemen below, knew that the CCP could not do without them, “so they dared to exercise power, neglect their duties, and dare to convict people without authorization.”

Mr. Zhang said that the constant emergence of black sheep in the CCP’s public security organs at all levels is rooted in the CCP itself. As long as it does not give up its violent rule for one day, “the so-called black sheep will never be eliminated, but will grow one after another like leeks.”

Insiders reveal the inside story of the public security’s “case not open”

The CCP said that it has issued measures to deal with problems such as failure to establish a case, suppress a case without investigation, and downgrade the treatment. Mr. Zhang, a doctor of law in Beijing, said that these problems also stem from the privileged position of the CCP’s public security.

He said that for ordinary criminal cases and public security cases, the CCP’s grass-roots public security can push them away. Even in many cases of human life, the public security pushes them as soon as they can.

“The spokesperson of the Ministry of Public Security said here that the case is suppressed without investigation or downgraded, which may mainly refer to corruption cases of officials. This is because these black sheep within the public security have been rooted in public security agencies at all levels for many years, and they have mutual relations with each other. It’s buddy. What one of them did, the others must be instinctively guarding each other.”

However, the CCP’s approach is different when it comes to cases of civil dissidents, also known internationally as political prisoners.

Mr. Zhang said that according to the CCP’s own constitution and international law, a large number of political prisoners under the CCP’s rule do not constitute crimes at all. However, the CCP can kick out its own constitution and impose charges on dissidents of subversion, inciting subversion, picking quarrels and provoking trouble.

“Because it wants to maintain a one-party dictatorship and maintain its long-term governance, it absolutely does not allow civil dissidents, as well as human rights lawyers, to demand that it implement the rights of citizens recognized by the Constitution. The CCP’s legal sword is actually a slash at the people These independent dissidents,” Mr Zhang said.

Analysis of the police as a “political gang within the party”: there is still the possibility of a coup d’etat

Sun Lijun, the former deputy minister of the Ministry of Public Security who was sacked in April 2020, was expelled from the party and public office on September 30, 2021, and the officials listed him more than 40 crimes in the notification, including gangs and gangs. factions, forming interest groups, forming groups to control key departments, extremely inflated political ambitions, seriously endangering political security, and so on.

On the first day of 2022, the CCP’s mouthpiece, Qiushi, published a speech by CCP leader Xi Jinping, saying that “intra-party political gangs” should be strictly investigated.

Deng Huilin, the former director of the Chongqing Municipal Public Security Bureau, Gong Daoan, the former director of the Shanghai Public Security Bureau, Wang Like, the former secretary of the Jiangsu Provincial Political and Legal Committee, and Liu Xinyun, the former director of the Shanxi Provincial Public Security Department, who have been sacked, also stated in the official report that they were in the party. Inside “gang gangs”.

After Sun Lijun was double-opened, on October 2, 2021, Fu Zhenghua, the former deputy minister of the Ministry of Public Security of the Communist Party of China, was sacked.

Zeng Xin, the former secretary of the Guangxi Political and Legal Committee of the Communist Party of China, recently resigned as a deputy to the National People’s Congress due to “personal reasons”. “Ming Pao” has reported that Zeng Xin may be implicated in Sun Lijun’s case.

Regarding the fall of Sun Lijun, many outside analysts believe that it may point to Meng Jianzhu, a former Politburo member and secretary of the Political and Legal Committee of the Jiang faction, and Guo Shengkun, the current Secretary of the Political and Legal Committee. These two people have a close relationship with the Jiang faction boss Zeng Qinghong.

Qin Jin, chairman of the Democratic China Front and a Ph.D. in sociology at the University of Sydney in Australia, said that the CCP’s “disloyalty to the party and dishonesty” that the CCP claimed to focus on investigating the police was actually an investigation of disloyalty to Xi Jinping. Because Jiang Zemin and Zeng Qinghong are playing a conspiracy against Xi. The CCP is now mainly a battle between Xi Jinping and the Jiang faction. However, the investigation of disloyalty by the authorities will again be a form of political campaign.

Mr. Zhang, a doctor of law in Beijing, said that the CCP’s emphasis on so-called loyalty to the party in recent years is a ridiculous issue.

“According to the CCP’s own statement, the party should also be loyal to the people. If you always emphasize loyalty to the party, it’s better to simply say loyalty to the people. Should your party be loyal to the people? So this is a ridiculous statement.”

In response to the authorities’ comprehensive purge of Sun Lijun’s case and clearly pointing out Sun’s political ambitions, Qin Jin said that there is still a high possibility of a coup in mainland China. “In the gamble of the 20th National Congress, everyone has hidden cards in their hands. We can’t see what kind of cards their different factions have in their hands. Until the last moment, we can’t see who’s going to die. Xi Jinping 20 Whether Da can be successfully re-elected, it should be said that there is still a lot of suspense.”

Qin Jin said that the current situation in China is very chaotic, and it is not certain that when Xi Jinping steps in the air, the entire regime will collapse. This possibility still exists. He said that the CCP will not last for too long, and the entire international situation is also changing.

Responsible editor: Li Muen#

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