Former General Secretary of CCP Detained in the 20th National Congress

Hu Jintao, the former general secretary of the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), was forcibly taken away by Xi Jinping’s bodyguards before the 20th National Congress of the CCP was closed. The Chinese side argued that Hu was not physically fit. According to Miles Guo’s live broadcast on October 23, the 30-second action video of Hu in front of the gate was deleted by the regime, using state-level cyber warfare with the intention of blocking the videos and photos related to the world’s media and preventing the public from understanding what exactly happened to Hu. It means that Xi just fooled the whole world in broad daylight, so what?

Mr. Guo obtained videos 30 seconds prior to the scene from other sources, gradually solved the mystery, and told the whole story and the physical movements of the characters at that time. When Hu found that the list of members of the Central Committee of the CCP to be voted on did not match the list given to him, Li Zhanshu stepped on Hu’s feet and prevented him from getting up. Wang Huning grabbed Hu’s documents and arranged to take him away from the arena. In the end, the fate of the Hu family, including their grandsons and granddaughters, were secretly imprisoned. A short 30-second video full of greed, cowardice, fear, betrayal and deception, is the real face of the CCP. Hu’s departure shocked the world, and it also awakened the public that the Chinese regime is a devil rather than a human being.

When international investors in the Hong Kong market saw what happened in the congress, they responded immediately, celebrating the closing of the congress with an avalanche of stock market decline. The Hang Seng Index fell over 1,000 points in a single day, and closed at 15,180 on the 24th, lower than when Hong Kong returned to mainland China in 1997. Alibaba, Tencent and Baidu fell by an average of 10%. Nasdaq has halted the listings of at least four small Chinese companies.
According to industry sources, Nasdaq began in September by sending out inquiries to advisers of Chinese companies applying for listing, asking about the identities of shareholders, where they live, how much they have invested and whether they have acquired interest-free debt to participate. Gone are the days when the CCP wanted to use Americans as fools to raise money. With the end of the congress, Xi’s country has been determined, and it is imperative to attack Taiwan.

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