Former leader of the CCP, Jiang Zemin, has died, but the circumstances around his death are somewhat strange. He may have been dead for a long time, but was scheduled to “die” on November 30. The cause of Jiang’s death was announced for the first time, and it was different from previous reports. So what is the truth about Jiang’s death? Shi Chuanyun, a news commentator for Sound of Hope radio has analyzed this issue.

Doubts about the date of Jiang’s death

At around 4:30 p.m. on November 30, Beijing time, the Chinese Communist Party’s official Xinhua News Agency reported that Jiang Zemin had leukemia and multiple organ failure. After unsuccessful efforts to save him, he died in Shanghai at 12:13 p.m. on November 30, 2022, at the age of 96.

However, the news of Jiang’s death was reported weeks ago.

In mid-November, a netizen said, “My Baidu friends received a notification, the app is about to set up a black and white interface. All content is black and white and all ads on the screen have stopped. I don’t know what’s going on. This must be related to the death of an important person in the CCP.

On November 16, it was reported on Twitter that Jiang’s body had been moved to Beijing, and a eulogy had even been prepared. Compared to the “obituary” that this netizen uploaded, there are indeed some similarities and overlaps in content. the obituary may have been leaked, which indicates that Jiang died weeks ago.

On November 13, Qin Feng, the niece of former Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing and a reporter for Hong Kong Satellite Television (HKSTV), posted on Weibo, “The river water has flowed to the east.” This may be related to Jiang’s death. On November 30, she posted “I repeat, the river water has flowed to the east,” accompanied by a “candle” symbol. Qin seemed to be implying that Jiang was died two weeks ago and not on November 30 as authorities said. The post has now been deleted from Weibo.

According to Sound of Hope, Li Zhaoxing was ambassador to the United States during Jiang’s time in power, and he was a loyal confidant to Jiang. Because of this relationship it is not surprising Qing would the news earlier than others

From November 14 to 19, after Xi was re-elected at the CCP’s 20th National Congress, he made a high-level visit to Southeast Asia to attend the G-20 and APEC summits. Shi Chuanyun pointed out that, if Jiang had died during this time, Xi wouldn’t have been able to rush back to China. Furthermore, it was heard that Xi, who believes in feng shui, also believed that the news of Jiang’s death would be unlucky for his trip, so he ordered the announcement postponed. And just like that, “Jiang had to wait for Xi to return to die.”

Shi found that although the official obituary mentioned Jiang’s so-called “accomplishments,”, the final point remained, “We must unite more consciously around the Central Committee of the Party with Xi Jinping as the core.” It seems that it has a deeper meaning, as Li Shulei, Xi’s literary hero, was responsible for the propaganda.

After Xi Jinping came to power, the infighting between Jiang and Xi remained the focus of attention. During his first term, in the name of fighting corruption, Xi captured a large number of Jiang Zemin’s henchmen. In 2021, the Sixth Plenary Session issued a so-called third historic resolution. Xi implicitly criticized Jiang’s rise to power causing “interwoven economic and political problems, and shocking levels of corruption.” He also criticized the regime for creating problems in the military.

Before the CCP’s 20th National Congress, Xi also cracked down on the political gang of Sun Lijun, the former Vice Minister of Public Security, and Meng Jianzhu, the former Secretary of Central Political and Legal Affairs, behind is also aimed at Jiang Zemin and Zeng Qinghong – Former Deputy General Secretary of China.

Jiang died of leukemia and suspected multiple organ failure

The official announcement of Jiang’s death this time also announced the cause of his death, that is, he suffered from leukemia combined with multiple organ failure. This is not like Jiang’s illness was rumored before.

Since 2011, Jiang has actually been revived a number of times. Back then there were rumors that he had some unknown disease. There were also reports that he had the same illness as his confidant Xu Caihou, who died of bladder cancer. And Jiang, like Xu, was said to be famous for being vulgar, licentious and depraved (picture 1, 2, 3).

On July 6, 2011, Hong Kong Asia Television exclusively reported that Jiang had died, shocking the whole world. The book “New History” later stated that although Jiang did not die, he was indeed on the verge of death. According to VCT news, after Jiang became ill in Shanghai, there were consultations with leading experts, but they could not find the cause, let alone provide treatment. Authorities then sent Jiang back to Hospital No. 301 in Beijing. A medical team consisting of famous doctors from all over the country was called in for a comprehensive consultation, but they could not find the root cause of the disease. It was reported that the former leader had even prepared an obituary.

According to VOA, in the early days of September 2014, there were rumors on Chinese social media that Jiang had died on the morning of September 6 from bladder cancer.

According to Ozvoice, on September 30, 2014, the Japanese newspaper, Tokyo Shimbun reported that 88-year-old Jiang, had been taken from his residence in Shanghai at the beginning of the month, to the hospital on suspicion of having severe bladder cancer. At the same time, China’s Yangcheng Evening News also published an article titled “How Europe and the United States curb antibiotic abuse?” and attached a large picture of a toad that had to be given a lot of medicine (referring to Jiang having a terminal illness), causing speculation about a power struggle. Ifeng also republished the Yangcheng Evening News article.

On July 1, 2015, the 65th anniversary of the founding of the CCP, Sina published an article that, revealed the birth dates of the CCP leaders. Jiang was the only Party leader to publicly reveal his specific date of birth while he was still alive. According to regime regulations, leaders can only make their birth dates public after they have died. Sina’s move is suspected of cursing Jiang Zemin to die.

In recent years, the CCP has illegally harvested human organs for transplants to the rich, and the victims have expanded from Falun Gong practitioners to ordinary people. Not long before Jiang Zemin’s death, there were a large number of missing teenagers in China suspected of being abducted for their organs.

The following are some anecdotes circulating in Chinese society about Jiang Zemin. Traditional Chinese culture believes in reincarnation and divine culture, so the stories may sound mystical, however it also partly shows the attitude of the Chinese people toward Jiang.

Long after Jiang became general secretary of the CCP, there were rumors that Jiang had been reincarnated from an evil spirit toad. The book “The nature of Jiang Zemin” notes that “the thousand-year-old evil spirit in the form of a toad was reincarnated into a human form, becoming Jiang Zemin.” The toad likes water, (image) and his name contains the word Jiang (river). And where he was born in Jiangsu, not only contain “water” but also his status and career developed in Shanghai, the character Hai (sea) also indicates water. After taking power, he moved to Zhongnanhai, still has the word Hai and his mentor was Wang Daohan, Daohan is a water drain.

In the book ‘The nature of Jiang Zemin‘ there is also a passage that says, in 1996, on a trip to the South, Jiang stopped at a famous pagoda. After entering the great hall to burn incense, he went straight to the bell tower. The abbot tried to stop him, but Jiang still resolutely rang the bell.

The abbot could only watch and cry, no one understood why. Later, people learned that the abbot once said that Jiang was the reincarnated Toad King. If he rang the bell, it would definitely cause the ancient Chinese aquatic species to wreak havoc, causing China to flood continuously, and there would be no peace. 

Indeed, after that, China had floods and rains, more so than other years. The level of destruction was extremely terrible. In 1998, the year of Jiang’s destiny, China had an unprecedented flood.

Jiang not only looked like a toad, but his daily movements were also very similar. He had bulging eyes, a wide mouth and thin lips; every time he clapped his hands, his fingers would open wide like a toad. And wherever Jiang went, he found a place where there was life-giving water. The media has circulated pictures of Jiang swimming in Hawaii and the Dead Sea, and any hotel he chose to stay in had to have an aquarium. At the Beijing military parade on September 3, 2019, the detail that Jiang had strangely spread his fingers gripping the railing was also revealed.

It is not known whether Jiang had any organ transplants to prolong his life, but Guo Wengui, a billionaire in exile in the United States, once revealed on YouTube that the secret to longevity of top CCP officials is to harvest live organs, kill people on demand. Guo said that the “life and death relationship” between Meng Jianzhu, the former secretary of the Political and Legal Affairs Committee, and Jiang Zemin’s son Jiang Mianheng, began when Meng helped Jiang Mianheng arrange kidney transplant surgery. Jiang’s son had three kidney transplants and killed a total of five people, because two of them did not have matching organs. Meng’s mother has also had multiple kidney transplants.

Sound of Hope commented that the CCP has been operating in the dark for a long time, and in terms of live organ harvesting it is even darker. It’s worthy of concern for people of conscience.

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