Rumors of Defection and Xi Jinping’s Repeated References to “Loyalty”

After the U.S. media revealed that the highest-ranking defector in the history of the Chinese Communist Party had been cooperating with the U.S. Defense Intelligence Agency for three months and had revealed to the U.S. side information about the Chinese Communist Party’s viruses (Wuhan virus, New Crown virus) and the Chinese Communist Party’s biological weapons program, there were various speculations about the identity of this mysterious defector. The latest speculation is that the person is Dong Jingwei, a vice minister of the Chinese Communist Party’s Ministry of State Security, who defected in connection with the Sun Lijun case and who has “solid evidence” of a virus leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virus Research.

Based on the limited information available, we will not draw a conclusion on whether it is Dong Jingwei, but one thing is for sure, from his cooperation with the U.S. military intelligence, this highest-ranking defector in the history of the Chinese Communist Party must have top-secret information in his hands, whether it is about viruses, biological weapons or other aspects, and once this information is detonated, the blow to the Chinese Communist Party is huge, even fatal. Some analysts say that the Biden administration, the leftist media, several scientists, and Fauci, the chief epidemiologist of the United States, are closely linked to this sudden change of heart regarding the origin of the virus.

Naturally, the Chinese authorities know full well the identity of the defectors and the secrets they hold in their hands, and there must be a purge within the top echelons of the Chinese Communist Party, as well as the state security and military, that is not known to the outside world. Another overseas tipster said that a director of Minsheng Bank, which has the backing of powerful people, has also recently fled abroad from the mainland.

Although the CCP has blocked the news of the defection of senior CCP officials at home, there are not necessarily fewer CCP officials who know the news through various means. How many of these officials are either aspiring to it or secretly making arrangements for their own escape?

In such a context, it is not surprising that Xi Jinping has repeatedly mentioned “loyalty”, especially highlighting the issue of “never defecting from the party”. The “Party of China” members should not forget the “oath to be loyal to the Party and never betray the Party” made when they joined the Party, to “always be loyal to the Party and the Party’s cause, to follow the Party with an iron heart, nine deaths and no regrets”.

On June 11, the magazine Seeking Truth published a commentary titled “Honoring the Great Virtue of Loyalty to the Party”, highlighting the importance of party-wide loyalty after reviewing Xi Jinping’s expressions on “loyalty” almost every year from 2014 to 2021. On June 15, the People’s Daily published an article with the same title, continuing the same cliché, but pointing out three manifestations of loyalty, namely “loyalty to the Party’s beliefs, loyalty to the Party organization, and loyalty to the Party’s theory and line policy.” There is another point that I probably didn’t mean to point out: loyalty to the party leader.

This is the same as the frequent references to “political security” at the top of the Communist Party, which in reality means that “Xi Jinping’s security” is not guaranteed, and that various forces in the Communist Party are still threatening his security. Xi’s repeated references to “loyalty” indicate that there are not a few senior officials in the Party who are not “loyal to the CCP” or “loyal to Xi Jinping”, indicating that Xi is well aware of the divisions within the CCP and has issued repeated warnings. As for the effectiveness of the warnings, I am afraid it is difficult to be optimistic.

You should know that very few senior officials above the ministerial level are loyal to the CCP. If they were loyal to the CCP, they would not have transferred their assets to the Western countries that they claim to hate and that they say they hate so much, and they would not have allowed their families and relatives to become foreign citizens. The world can see how they have made the most out of “cursing America is a job, going to America is a life” in their lives of subversive and clownish behavior.

For example, Yang Jiechi, the Chinese Communist Party’s State Councilor in charge of foreign affairs, was rumored to have visited his daughter at Yale University a few months ago after he opened a high-level meeting between China and the United States with a “war wolf” rant about the United States.

According to a survey conducted by the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Organization Department in 2011, a total of 1.08 million family members and children of senior Communist Party officials have emigrated overseas over the past few years, including Hong Kong and Macau. This list includes Zeng Wei, the son of former Politburo Standing Committee member Zeng Qinghong, who emigrated to Australia in 2008, and two sons of former Politburo Standing Committee member Jia Qinglin, who went to Australia.

In addition, in April 2019, Guo Wengui, a mainland tycoon in the United States, broke the news that Jiang Zemin’s grandson Jiang Zhicheng, who often lives in Hong Kong, is sitting on at least US$500 billion in assets, and that Jiang’s family controls at least US$1 trillion in wealth overseas. It is reported that Jiang’s family controls thousands of enterprises, including financial institutions, groups and companies. Naturally, the families of other top CCP officials such as Han Zheng, Jia Qinglin, Li Changchun, Luo Gan, etc., also own mansions and assets overseas.

The actions of these high ranking CCP officials, who speak of “loyalty”, reveal their true thoughts, because they do not believe in communism at all, and they know the cruelty of the CCP and its methods of overturning the clouds. They have already seen the fate of the sinking ship of the Chinese Communist Party, so in order to avoid dying together and leave a way out for themselves, they transferred their properties and let their children and grandchildren emigrate.

Last year, the U.S. government, through the media, denied entry to 90 million members of the Party and their families, scaring many CCP officials at all levels, followed by the news that thousands of CCP members lurking in the U.S. had defected. How many CCP officials are among the more than 300 million Chinese who have “retreated”? How many high-ranking Communist Party officials are there?

Undoubtedly, this not only shows that the CCP is facing a deep crisis, but also tells the world that the “loyalty to the Party” claimed by senior CCP officials is in fact loyalty to power, loyalty to factions, loyalty to money, and loyalty to their own safety and security.

Indeed, it is not only these senior Party officials who understand the evil nature of the CCP that have difficulty being loyal to the CCP, but also anyone with a conscience will not offer “loyalty” to such an evil political party and regime that has, since its inception, been dedicated to killing and maiming the Chinese people and characterized by falsehood, evil and violence. This is evidenced by the fact that more and more people are joining the “three retreats” and voting with their feet. It can be said that Xi Jinping hopes that the situation of loyalty to the CPC and loyalty to himself within the party will hardly appear, and if he himself really “follow the party with an iron heart, nine deaths without regret” as he said, the end is also lamentable.