Assassination Attempts Against Xi Jinping Exposed | Suspected Coup D'état

Assassination Attempts Against Xi Jinping Exposed | Suspected Coup D'état

Assassination Attempts Against Xi Jinping Exposed | Suspected Coup D'état

Zhongnanhai Astrologer: CCP's internal power struggle getting intense, signs show highest officials may be investigated The power struggle between the various factions of the Chinese Communist Party has become increasingly fierce. After the Beidaihe conference, there have been rumors about whether Wang Yang would replace Xi Jinping as the next top leader of the CCP. On September 6, Xi appointed five generals, which was quite strange. On September 14, a mainland website published an article exposing a plot by a gang of high-ranking police officials to assassinate a top CCP official. Analysts deduced that the target of the assassination was Xi Jinping. On September 16, the CCP’s official magazine "Qiu Shi" published a long article, stating that “the Party commands the gun” is the foundation of the People’s Liberation Army and the soul of it; then the website of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) published an article on September 19, saying that there is no "iron hat prince", who cannot be punished in the anti-corruption campaign. Could it be that the party cannot command the gun anymore? On September 6, Xi Jinping promoted five general officers. In addition, because the central theater determines Beijing's safety, the replacement of commanders is also of great concern. The control of the PLA has always been Xi's weak point. The CCDI again mentioned no "Iron Hat prince", coupled with the mention of Lin Biao’s coup and the high-frequency posts from PLA newspapers and party magazines to emphasize “the party commands the gun”, the connotation is definitely not ordinary. Now let's talk about the coup d'etat. In the commercial area, Xi Jinping's struggle has also been ongoing. In November this year, the CCP will hold the sixth plenary session of the 19th Central Committee, focusing on the next leadership candidates. Whether Xi Jinping will succeed in his re-election at next year's 20th National Congress will depend on the outcome of his power struggle with the Jiang/Zeng faction. Therefore, in the coming period, the top-level internal power struggle within the CCP will be even more exciting.