A highly controversial Chinese billionaire, known for leaking the darkest secrets of the Chinese political elite, has just been silenced by Facebook, who states they’ve taken “action based on our policies.”
In his video blogs, Guo Wengui’s outlandish claims of high-level corruption in the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have gone well viral. Whilst we know the Chinese regime can’t dislike him enough, it’s surprising that Facebook, a U.S.-based company, has decided to block his account.
Facebook spokeswoman Charlene Chian affirmed their decision by saying: “We want people to feel free to share and connect on Facebook, as well as to feel safe, so we don’t allow people to publish the personal information of others without their consent.”
Guo, also known as Miles Kwok, is known for having close ties with China’s political elite, including disgraced former spy chief, Ma Jian.
Despite Guo not being in the Chinese regime’s good books, Interpol is also after his arrest, and issued a red-alert notice for Guo earlier this year. In spite of his controversial past, and perhaps even present, it seems infighting within the CCP has caused him to turn against the regime, especially after more than $70 billion worth of his assets in mainland China have been seized. Hence, he’s decided to spill the beans and lash out against corrupt high-ranking Chinese political figures.
Guo says his high-level disclosures are to “protect my life, protect my money, and get my revenge.”
In one of his latest and most serious of accusations, Guo asserts the “truth” on the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.
The Beijing-bound flight mysteriously disappeared en route from Kuala Lumpur on March 8, 2014. Of the 239 people aboard, 153 of them were Chinese, and all presumably perished. Guo claims that among the Chinese passengers were many who had previously fled China. But, why would they decide to return to China, and at the same time?
This is where his claim heats up. Guo alleges that mass murder was committed to dispose of many “dangerous” Chinese on the flight who had knowledge of, or were witnesses to, the killing of innocents to supply multiple organs for Jiang Mianheng, who is the eldest son of former CCP dictator Jiang Zemin.
Guo backtracks and explains that five people were killed to supply Jiang Mianheng with kidneys at the Nanjing Regional Military General Hospital.
“When Mr. Jiang Mianheng underwent his handful of kidney transplants from 2004 to 2008 in a hospital in Nanjing, it was all organized behind-the-scenes, a secret selection of people and kidneys, it was all undertaken by Meng Jianzhu and Shanghai Politics and Law Committee leaders and a few military leaders working together,” said Guo, from his New York city apartment.
Following the operations, kidney transplant expert Li Leishi, who was deputy director of the hospital, committed suicide by jumping off a building in April 2010. Additionally, Guo questioned why another surgeon involved in Jiang Mianheng’s transplants, Professor Li Baochun, also plunged to his death from the Shanghai No. 2 Military Medical University Shanghai Hospital on May 4, 2007.
In addition to Jiang Mianheng’s transplants, Guo reveals that the family members of high-ranking CCP official Meng Jianzhu also received organ transplants, resulting in more innocents killed.
“Meng Jianzhu and Jiang Mianheng’s friendship bound by life and death started with Jiang Mianheng’s kidney transplants! From kidney transplants to business!” said Guo.
Guo claims family members of CCP officials and insiders with knowledge of the organ-harvesting crimes directly linked to Jiang Mianheng and Meng Jianzhu fled to Malaysia. Guo then says that they were later “persuaded” by Chinese security to return to China. They were all on board the same Malaysian Airlines flight that disappeared, together with much first-hand information of the Party’s live organ harvesting.
“This is the truth on the disappearance of the Malaysian Airlines flight,” states Guo, who concludes that the disappearance of MH370 was a coverup.
On the CCP’s live organ harvesting
Falun Gong practitioners—who are peaceful meditators who don’t smoke or drink, and who have healthy organs—are routinely kidnapped by Chinese police, locked in jails nationwide, and are kept as a kind of organ pool. Their blood is drawn, which goes toward a “blood database.” The database is used to identify people who have matching blood types, for when an organ is required.
That’s why China can guarantee a matching organ within days, which is impossible anywhere else around the world. The victim, who’s most likely a Falun Gong practitioner being detained against their will, would then have their organs cut out whilst he/she is still alive. It’s a gruesome kill-on-demand operation. This is live organ harvesting, and this “new form of genocide” is still being perpetrated in China today.
Guo’s coming out of the dark on forced organ harvesting, and how it links to former CCP chairman Jiang Zemin and his son, directly relates to ongoing investigations conducted by independent researchers. In hindsight, it’s interesting that Facebook blocked his account at this particular time.
Facebook is trying to get into China
Whilst Facebook initially declined to comment on who issued the complaint to block Guo’s account, attorney Colin Stretch later shed some more light on the matter:
“We did receive a report from a representative of the Chinese government about that account,” said Stretch, in an article published by the Guardian. “We analyzed that report as we would any other, and took action based on our policies.”
Although Facebook is currently banned in China, founder Mark Zuckerberg’s recent China trips show he’s doing all he can to get Facebook into China. But, to get into China—“Censorship is the biggest requirement,” according to Adam Segal, American cybersecurity expert.
So, it seems that Facebook may end up being censored if it’s to get into China, which is predicted for 2018. In the meantime, we’ll see what becomes of Guo’s account. At the very least, he’s still tweeting.