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[China Watch]From Zhongnanhai Ball to Zhang Gaoli’s Sex Scandal | Peng Shuai | Sexual Assault | Fornication

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[Epoch Times November 22, 2021](The Epoch Times reporter Ning Haizhong reported) The sexual assault of famous tennis player Peng Shuai by Zhang Gaoli, a former member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Chinese Communist Party, is still being fermented. On the 21st, the International Olympic Committee issued a press release claiming to have a video call with Peng Shuai, but it did not publish the video or mention the allegations of sexual assault that are of concern to the outside world.

The International Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), which is concerned about the incident, believes that the video claimed by the International Olympic Committee did not address concerns and reiterated its call for investigations into the allegations of Zhang Gaoli’s sexual assault.

The CCP’s opaque handling of the Peng Shuai incident is unclear, but we can prove the current sex scandal of Zhang Gaoli through the secret rumors of its senior leaders in the past.

Insiders in the sports industry expose the inside story of the CCP’s senior officials’ fornication

Former Chinese national basketball team member and Canadian basketball coach Ju Bin recently revealed to The Epoch Times that the women’s tennis team is a key area of ​​high-level sexual harassment in the Chinese Communist Party, which can be traced back to the 1980s. At that time, there were no golf courses in China, and there was a kind of tennis style that was popular among the high-levels of Beijing’s central government.

Ju Bin said, “Because these high-ranking central officials are too strenuous to exercise, tennis feels more elegant. At that time, many tennis courts were opened in the country to provide entertainment and fitness for high-level figures. In the process, they were all looking for top athletes to accompany them. “

“I am very aware of these dirty things and some transactions that have occurred here. Such things are constantly happening in this system.” He said this is a very obvious manifestation of slavery.

Ju Bin said that he has classmates in the State Sports General Administration, so he can understand the inside story. “You can see the submissive attitude of the lower class to the upper class.” This system has created the current event. “If it doesn’t happen today, it will happen tomorrow. It doesn’t happen to Peng Shuai, it happens to Li Shuai. This system is the breeding ground for (sexual harassment).”

Scholar: Jiang Zemin takes the lead in fornication

The Australian jurist Yuan Hongbing also told The Epoch Times on November 19 that there were three hardest hit areas for high-ranking officials of the Communist Party to carry out fornication activities. The arts group. The third hardest hit area is the women’s tennis team.”

Yuan Hongbing told The Epoch Times that fornication is a basic feature of the CCP’s tyranny. Since the era of Jiang Zemin, the CCP has “all officials from the general secretary of the CCP and the president of the country to the small section chiefs below. They are all corrupt officials. , Is a group of beasts in clothing.”

“This is an extremely cruel reality,” Yuan Hongbing said. “The most direct reason for this situation is that in the era of Jiang Zemin, he implemented power corruption to make all officials evenly involved. This kind of national policy is a kind of national policy to bribe officials. He reached the official support of him. Therefore, the entire power corruption of the CCP has become rotten to the bones. All the officials have no officials and are not greedy.”

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Sex scandals about Jiang Zemin have been circulating in officialdom and among the people. He has been accused of having four mistresses, including Huang Liman, former deputy secretary of the Guangdong Provincial Party Committee and Secretary of the Shenzhen Municipal Party Committee, former Minister of Education Chen Zhili, former CCTV host Li Ruiying, and female military singers. Song Zuying.

Among them, Jiang Zemin selected Song Zuying as his mistress in the Maritime Affairs and Cultural Works Troupe of the military in 1991. Because of Jiang’s support, Song Zuying’s influence remained until the beginning of Xi Jinping’s rise to power, even though Jiang Zemin had retired for many years.

At the climax of fighting tigers in the army in 2014, there were endless negative rumors of Song Zuying being investigated. In September 2018, Song Zuying was confirmed to have lost the post of head of the Maritime Political and Cultural Works Troupe.

Those who use the military art troupe as fornication include Xu Caihou, Guo Boxiong, Gu Junshan, and Wang Shouye. Some scandals have been exposed in the authorities’ anti-corruption efforts in recent years.

The most well-known senior official of Yiyang as the “harem” is Zhou Yongkang, Jiang Zemin’s confidant and former secretary of the Central Political and Legal Committee. Zhou Yongkang, who retired from the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party of China in 2012, still reported secret meetings with CCTV’s mistress Ye Yingchun until he was secretly investigated at the end of 2013.

CCTV host Ye Yingchun and former host Shen Bing were both colleagues of Zhou Yongkang’s wife Jia Xiaoye, and their relationship with Zhou Yongkang was accused of being quite chaotic.

Another sacked high-ranking official order plan, whose lovers included Feng Zhuo, the former deputy director of CCTV’s current affairs news department.

Li Dongsheng, former deputy minister of the Ministry of Public Security and director of the 610 Office, was once the deputy director of CCTV. He was known as a “Zhongnanhai pimp” because he had sent beautiful women to Zhou Yongkang and others.

The above scandal is only a small part of the media exposure.

The CCP publishes a book that exposes the tradition of fornication: the proliferation of pornography at Zhongnanhai Prom

There has long been a “tradition” in the private lives of the CCP’s high-ranking powers and dignitaries. The People’s Daily Publishing House of the Communist Party of China published the book “Into Zhou Enlai” written by Quan Yanchi in 2010. It rarely disclosed the inside story of the proliferation of pornography at Zhongnanhai and Beijing Hotel dances and family dances in the 1950s.

After the establishment of the Communist Party of China, the leaders of the Communist Party of China and the General Office of the Central Committee have moved into Zhongnanhai, and it is more conditions for holding a dance party. At first it was once a week, but later I felt that it was too little, so I changed it to twice a week. Sometimes the venue will be in the Beijing Hotel and the homes of some leaders.

It was first temporarily transferred from the cultural and industrial troupes of various troops to accompany dancers. The public security department considered it unfavorable to safety. In 1953, dozens of people from various arms and major military regions were transferred to form the “Zhongnanhai Cultural and Industrial Troupe” with instrumental bands and performance teams.

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The book “Into Zhou Enlai” stated that this “activity” for the leaders of the Chinese Communist Party to relax and exercise their bodies: some leading cadres were too enthusiastic to go too far, and went off the track casually.

The author described a high-level dance party held in the Beijing Hotel: A senior cadre, his dancing, in our words at the time, was called “not serious”.

The book describes the former leader of the Communist Party of China, Gao Gang, who “added a’massage’ to his dances, and he also wanted to enjoy the’massage’ of his dancing partner.”

The book also said that the so-called family dance was “preceded since the founding of the nation.” “Of course, ordinary people can’t do it. Capitalists in big cities are a different story. For Communist Party cadres, even those commanders and ministers did not do it.” Conditions, I can’t think of it.”

Dancer Meng Jinyun, who was only 15 years old, became Mao’s “full-time dancing partner” because he danced with Mao Zedong. In 1975, he was transferred to Zhongnanhai to take care of Mao Zedong’s daily life, and he received Mao Zedong’s special favor.

Can’t care if Zhang Gaoli and Xi Jinping have difficulties?

Chinese female Internet star Peng Shuai announced on November 2 through her Sina Weibo account that she had an unfair relationship with Zhang Gaoli, former member of the Politburo Standing Committee and former Vice Premier of the State Council of the Communist Party of China. Peng Shuai posted a post more than 20 minutes later. It was deleted by the entire Chinese network, but it has become a topic abroad.

The original text of Peng Shuai’s Weibo indicates several time points when he had a relationship with Zhang Gaoli. One time was in Tianjin more than ten years ago, and the other time was seven years ago. It was about the time when Zhang Gaoli was promoted to the Standing Committee. The third time point was three years ago. (2018) At that time, Zhang Gaoli had just retired.

This makes people think, although Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign has exposed many issues concerning the trade of power and sex among high-ranking officials, including the former Politburo Standing Committee member Zhou Yongkang, whether there are more CCP deputy state-level and high-ranking officials, and even retired high-level officials, whether there is no such thing as private life. Any restrictions?

A reporter’s inquiry found that on December 28, 2017, Xinhua News Agency reported on the so-called democratic life meeting of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China. In addition to the political discipline requirements, Xi emphasized “to take care of family members and children and staff around him”, but did not mention life discipline. .

In addition, the Central Organization Department issued a document issued on February 5, 2016, requiring retired cadres to “be consistent” with Xi Jinping’s Central Committee. It also required the so-called “education and management” of these retired officials, including such details as not to participate in religious activities. Such regulations do not have any requirements on life discipline.

In this regard, Yuan Hongbing told The Epoch Times that it is not that the authorities neglected the discipline of life for serving senior cadres or retired cadres, but that it treats all officials the same, “because all of them are corrupt officials, and none of them are clean.”

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Yuan Hongbing said that Xi Jinping’s so-called anti-corruption can only be selective, and that what he purges is the object of his power struggle.

“The current situation of the CCP’s lack of officials and corruption is caused by the entire CCP’s tyrannical political system. And Xi Jinping is not trying to eliminate this system, he wants to strengthen it.”

Yuan Hongbing said that now Xi Jinping only requires officials to be politically loyal. As long as they are loyal to him, “any corruption in your life and some corruption in power… are completely ignored.”

“If things like Zhang Gaoli can be exposed, it must be a manifestation of the intensification of the power struggle within the CCP,” Yuan Hongbing said.

Tang Jingyuan, a current affairs commentator in the United States, told The Epoch Times that the corruption of the lives of high-level CCP officials and the chaotic relationship between men and women have institutionalized factors.

Tang Jingyuan explained that the loyal family relationship and values ​​of husband and wife inherited universally in human society are derived from religion in both the East and the West. However, since the origin of Marx’s communist ideology, it has clearly set the elimination of religion and traditional family structure as one of its goals. Therefore, wherever the Communist Party goes, there is a highly consistent state of fornication within the Party.

“It is precisely because of ideological permission and the support of the CCP’s strict hierarchical privilege system. From the wave of wife swaps in the Yan’an era, to the Zhongnanhai dance party after the establishment of the government, to the life secretary of the corresponding level of senior officials, family nanny, etc., the high level of the CCP’s sexuality Privileges operate in an institutionalized way.”

Tang Jingyuan analyzed that this is the main reason why the Xi Jinping authorities are unable to use “life discipline” to combat corruption, because “almost no official can remain innocent in this regard, and he simply cannot hold everyone accountable!”

In addition, Tang Jingyuan stated that, in the case of Zhang Gaoli, the authorities find it difficult to investigate and deal with Zhang Gaoli because of a sex scandal. This will not only damage the image of the Communist Party of China, but also involve the help of the party’s “not to be sentenced to the Standing Committee”. Therefore, as long as it is not involved in rebellion, it is almost impossible to investigate the standing committee. In addition, this kind of anti-corruption will bounce back to many of Xi Jinping’s cronies, who are also unclean. The essence of the CCP’s short-term protection mechanism is derived from the one-party dictatorship, which is a collective immunity system.

He believes that if Peng Shuai is not a tennis star, if it is not for the WTA and other international organizations to speak out for her, this experience of her will be destined to sink into the sea and never have another chance.

(Epoch Times reporters Luo Ya and Li Yun also contributed to this article)

Editor in charge: Li Muen#

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