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  1. 8-5: A Rascal Underneath




    Eight: Craving For Grandiose

    5: A Rascal Underneath




    On August 15 the year 2000, before Jiang Zemin visited the US, to drum up momentum, and demonstrate to the West how open-minded and wise he was, Jiang arranged for Mike Wallace, the host of CBS’s 60 Minutes, to interview him.



    Jiang pretended to have a magnanimous attitude and indicated that the purpose of the ...
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  2. 8-4: Bravo, Hongkong!




    Eight: Craving For Grandiose
    4: Bravo, Hongkong!




    In 1984, an agreement arranging the return of Hongkong to mainland China in 1997, was signed between British Prime Minister Magaret Thatcher and Chinese Premier Zhao Ziyang. Both leaders promised to attend the Hongkong return ceremony. In 1997, Zhao requested to attend the ceremony in Hongkong. Jiang exploded: “Absurd!” pounding his fist on the table. ...
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  3. 8-3: Gaining Through Calamities




    Eight: Craving For Grandiose
    3: Gaining Through Calamities




    In 1998, in the Yangzi River region, a small scale flood triggered a huge disaster of the century. Nearly 400 million people were affected, and direct economic losses were over 300 billion yuan, that’s 36 billion US dollars. The reason was that Jian Zemin, like Mao Zedong and many other CCP high ranking officials, deeply believed in fortune-telling ...
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  4. Prediction thread....Impeachment.

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    There you go again with the lying; Trump complies with all our laws. I haven't seen any evidence to the contrary.
    That is because you do not take the Democrat magic pixie dust! Or have the Democrat secret decoder ring!
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  5. 8-2: Jiang’s Ghost Writers




    Eight: Craving For Grandiose
    2: Jiang’s Ghost Writers


    CCP’s leaders constantly need to be eulogized and praised with articles and books. Jiang Zemin also proceeded to hire three writers, Teng Wensheng, Wang Huning, and Liu Ji, to help achieve his political goals. Most of the Jiang’s literary and oratory flare, if we are to call it such, came from some combination of the three.



    Teng Wensheng ...
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