Friday, May 4, 2012

WMR: Romney, Bain, and Company seen as behind China disruption operations

Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his former colleagues at Bain Capital are seen by veteran China watchers as being behind a number of recent incidents in China designed to put political pressure on the Chinese government.

First, there was the abortive attempt by individuals connected to George Soros, the Rothschild financial family, and Bain Capital to insert disgraced former Chinese Communist Party boss in Chongqing, Bo Xilai, into the nine-member ruling Chinese Communist Party Politburo. 

After Bo's police chief, Wang Lijun unsuccessfully sought political asylum in the U.S. Consulate General in Chengdu and was then hastily removed by Chinese security police to Beijing. 

Bo's international corporate attorney wife Gu Kailai, was placed under investigation by Beijing authorities for the poisoning British businessman Neil Heywood, thought to be a covert MI-6 agent operating under the cover of Hakluyt, a private intelligence firm.

Wang, who had information on Bo's and Gu's foreign financial ties, was turned away from the American consulate by Peter Haymond, a friend of fellow Mormon and former U.S. ambassador to China Jon Huntsman, Jr., a third cousin of Romney. 

While posted to Beijing, Huntsman's three daughters reportedly dated Bo's playboy son, Bo Guagua, who was known for speeding around Beijing in his red Ferrari.

Bo Guagua is now in Romney's home state of Massachusetts, where he attends Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and, unlike his mother and father, is enjoying virtual political asylum and the protection in the United States government. 

Bo Guagua's tuition at Harvard and, previously at Harrow and Oxford in Britain, is said to be subsidized by healthy grants from Soros/Rothschild- and Bain-connected foundations.

The tuition could not be paid for from the "official" salary of a Chinese Communist bureaucrat like his father but would be more likely the result of his mother's international corporate connections that include the Rothschilds and Soros.

Secondly and most recently, there is a Bain connection to the attempt by blind Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng to escape from house arrest at night to the relative safety of the U.S. embassy in Beijing. 

It is clear that Chen's escape was engineered prior to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's arrival in Beijng for important bi-lateral talks was a way for the Romney campaign to embarrass Clinton and U.S. ambassador Gary Locke and take attention off the still-smouldering story about Wang's unsuccessful attempt to gain political asylum at the Mormon-run U.S. Consulate in Chengdu. 

Chen left the U.S. embassy with a promise between U.S. and Chinese authorities that neither he nor his family would face any retaliation.

Chen is a veteran of the 1989 Tiananmen Square demonstration and the bloody crackdown by Chinese authorities.

Support for Chen is coming from Midland, Texas, the headquarters for ChinaAid, a Christian evangelical group headed by a Chinese version of Elmer Gantry, Bob Fu, who, along with his family, escaped from China 16 years ago. 

Fu, who counts a number of Republicans as his friends, advocates for religious freedom in China. Fu set up his operation in Midland courtesy of some old oil money in the town. Midland is also where George H. W. Bush got his start in the Texas oil business.

Also assisting the attempt to destabilize China is Romney's old friend from Bain Capital in Boston, Chen's old Tiananmen colleague Chai Ling, one of the hardliners of the Tiananmen uprising and the leader of the no-compromise bloc that rejected a deal from Chinese Communist Party leader Deng Xiaoping. 

Chai became a consultant at Bain during Romney's tenure before obtaining an MBA at Harvard Business School. 

In the documentary about the Tiananmen uprising, "The Gate of Heavenly Peace," Chai was portrayed as a hardliner unwilling to accept a compromise offered by Deng Xiaoping. Chai, who became a Christian and advocates for Christian conversion in China, sued the producers of the Heavenly Gate film for defamation. 

After becoming governor of Massachusetts, Romney earmarked state funding for Chai's Boston-based anti-Chinese abortion foundation, "All Girls Allowed," which campaigns against China's one-child policy.

Curiously, Chai was also a supporter of the Occupy Boston movement. However, Occupy Boston, elements of which has received support from Soros-linked groups, never attacked the Romney campaign. 

However, Occupy Boston, at its outset, did have its sights set on the campaigns of Michele Bachman and Ron Paul.

The bottom line is that the Romney campaign is attempting to create a confrontation between Washington and Beijing as the presidential election cycle heats up. 

Obama, who has, in his own right, ratcheted up tensions with China by encircling the Asian powerhouse with new U.S. military bases, can ill-afford to be dragged by the Romney-Mormon-Evangelical axis into further showdowns with China, especially at U.S. diplomatic missions in the country. 

The next major flash point with Beijing may come as the result of aggressive missionary work in China now being carried out by South Korean evangelical Christians. 

These missionaries are reportedly encouraging more and more North Koreans to defect while inside China, a campaign that has caused friction between Pyongyang, Seoul, and Beijing.

UPDATE 1x: Right on cue, Romney issued the following statement after Chen Guangchen left the U.S. embassy in Beijing and after Chen reportedly changed his mind and asked to leave China for the United States: 

Now just in the last day or two we've heard some disturbing things from across world which suggest potentially if the reports are true some troubling developments there where an individual, Mr. Chen, has sought freedom in an embassy of the United States of America. Aren't we proud of the fact that people seeking freedom come to our embassy to find it? 

. . . If these reports are true, this is a dark day for freedom. And it's a day of shame for the Obama administration."

If you are wondering what all of this intrigue is about, the Soros-Rothschild and Mormon Chinese cabal believed it could convert China back to capitalism once Bo Xilai was elevated to the leader of the Chinese Politburo. 

source: Wayne Madsen Report exclusive

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