Mr. Guo: Chinese Communist Party Purges network influencers Aiming to Control Thought, Eliminate Political Pitfalls

 On December 4, Mr. Guo Wengui, the founder of the New Federal State of China, revealed in a live broadcast that the CCP’s recent purge of netizens aims to control the internet, ideas, and resources, and eliminate uncontrollable factors that could cause political pitfalls. 

Lately, the tax bureau of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China, punished network anchor Huang Wei (Weiya) for tax evasion, with a total fine of 1.341 billion Chinese Yuan (RMB), setting a new record for the amount of taxes fined to individual celebrity stars in China. Subsequently, Huang Wei’s titles of the Network Integrity Publicity Ambassador and Lujiang County Investment Ambassador were revoked. In the meantime, the tax bureau of the Communist Party of China issued an announcement, urging celebrity artists, network anchors, and others to “self-examine” against the tax law.Revolution about the CCP’s slave rules, the CCP virus, the toxic vaccine, the false economy, etc., will affect tens of millions of people, which is fatal to the Communist Party. Mr. Guo said in the live broadcast that one of the aims of the Chinese Communist Party’s severe crackdown on netizen anchors is to control resources and reduce people’s consumption. He pointed out that all the Netflix anchors in the CCP’s country sell few products of their own culture, almost all of them are Western clothing and accessories. In addition, the netizens’ annual sales of several trillion RMB are basically borrowed consumption, but the economy of the Communist Party of China is so bad that the people cannot repay the loans, and the Communist Party has to pay for them in the end.

Translated by: MOS Finance Team – Sunflower194
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