By Alcuin Bramerton
Stories sourced from intelligence conduits in Japan indicate that the purge of Western G5 banking cartel agents in China, most visible in the Bo Xilai case referenced further down this page, may have reached the very top of the Chinese Communist Party.
On Tuesday 3rd April 2012, the English language spokesman of the Asian White Dragon Society, Benjamin Fulford, said: “In what may be a related development, there appears to have been a régime change in China because Xi Xinping, the man widely assumed to be the next president of China has not appeared on the official Chinese Xinhua news site since March 31st, while his erstwhile rival, Li Keqiang, is being given massive coverage. This is only one of many signs of massive changes in planetary governance.” (second paragraph here)
Then, two weeks later, on Monday 16th April 2012, Fulford reiterated this general assessment: “In China as well, there are signs of major change. As noted before, all the top leaders such as Xi Xinping who were supposed to take over the government this year have vanished from the pages of the official Xinhua government news site in April. Clearly some sort of coup d’état can now be confirmed to have taken place there even though the Western corporate news corps is still only focused on Bo Xilai. The Bo investigation has definitely gone far beyond him.” (thirteenth paragraph here)
Fulford is spelling the Chinese Vice President’s name as Xi Xinping, whereas Western news outlets, and the official Chinese government sites such as Xinhua, are spelling his name (in their English language pages) as Xi Jinping.
The idea that Xi Jinping has been expunged from the news record since the end of March 2012, is difficult to sustain. Here, for example, is a widely distributed agency photograph of Xi at an official Chinese government meeting with Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the Turkish Prime Minister, in the Great Hall of the People, Beijing, on Tuesday 10th April 2012.
And the English language version of the Xinhua website provides a news list of official engagements fulfilled by Xi Jinping in Beijing in recent days. These include a meeting on Friday 13th April 2012 with the Vietnamese army chief, Do Ba Ty, a photocall on the same day with the heads of delegations attending the seventh meeting of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in the Chinese capital, and a meeting on Tuesday 17th April 2012 with the Tunisian Foreign Minister, Rafik Abdessalem.
More Xinhua reportage can be found here.