Who got Bo Guagua into Harvard Brothel anyway?

That’s some Horsemanure Worth-Loathed, Read this on the Harvard Crimson:
Bo Guagua, a student at the Harvard Kennedy School, has captured the attention of international media following the political downfall of his father, a former Communist Party leader, and the arrest of his mother for the alleged murder of her son’s mentor.
Bo Guagua’s father, Bo Xilai, was removed from his position as Party secretary of China’s Chongqing municipality in March and then ousted from the Politburo—China’s most influential political body—the following month. The reasons for his rapid downfall are not entirely clear, but include allegations of corruption and overextension of power.
At the root of much of the publicity surrounding the younger Bo is his connections with the late Neil Heywood, a British businessman who lived in China until his death last fall. Bo’s mother Gu Kailai, wife of Bo Xilai, was arrested for Heywood’s murder earlier this month.
Heywood is thought to have served as a mentor to the younger Bo by helping him gain admission to Harrow—a prestigious English secondary school—and Oxford University. Chinese authorities said that the family’s relationship with Heywood soured following “a conflict over economic interests,” according to a report in The Daily Mail.
While he was a student in England, Bo Guagua’s behavior came under scrutiny as reporters examined rumors of his father’s corruption. Many questioned how the family could afford to underwrite the private education and glamorous social life of their son, who was well known for throwing lavish parties and driving a red Ferrari in Beijing.
As the controversy heated up in recent weeks, Bo Guagua has removed himself from the public eye. His last clear public communication followed his father’s removal from his position as party leader last month.
“My personal desire is to focus on my studies and be left out of the political intrigues,” he wrote in an email to The Times of London.
He was believed to be residing in his Cambridge apartment as recently as Tuesday, according to a report in The Wall Street Journal. Some reports have speculated that he will seek asylum in the United States after he receives his degree from the Kennedy School next month.
Bo Guagua could not be reached for comment.
Kennedy School Professor of Practice Emeritus Marvin Kalb said that the recent stir in the media over the family indicates growing political tensions in China.
“Clearly Bo [Xilai] was someone who challenged the assumptions of the party and the timetable of the party,” Kalb said. “The people in power looked upon him as someone who was who challenging their authority.”
He added, “What you’re looking at is a [potential] change of direction of the Communist Party…. I believe the traditionalists at this point will end up winning the day. The man who represented a fundamental threat to their power and their style has been purged.”
—Staff writer Justin C. Worland can be reached at jworland@college.harvard.edu.

FREEMASONS BANISHED BO XILAI FOR MURDERN’ THEIR OLD HARROVIAN NEIL HEYWOOD WHO BREWED DOLLARS FOR BEIJING OUTTA THIN AIR. NOW THEY ARE GOIN’ AFTER HIS BITCH LULU

FREEMASONS BANISHED BO XILAI FOR MURDERN’ THEIR OLD HARROVIAN NEIL HEYWOOD WHO BREWED DOLLARS FOR BEIJING OUTTA THIN AIR. NOW THEY ARE GOIN’ AFTER HIS BITCH LULU
Here is Some Conspiracy Theorist Pot to Chew Nontroversies:
Wang Lulu, the grieving widow of British businessman Neil Heywood, has begged for help to flee China
The grieving widow of British businessman Neil Heywood begged for help to flee China yesterday.
Chinese-born Wang Lulu made a dramatic visit to the British Embassy in Beijing.
She is understood to have asked for a visa to escape to the UK with her two young children.
Friends said they were ‘very worried’ about her safety, days after Chinese authorities named the wife of prominent politician Bo Xilai as a suspect in Mr Heywood’s murder.
His widow is afraid that the people who killed her husband might now come after her and her family.
The scandal has become the biggest political storm in decades in China and has prompted allegations of corruption in the emerging superpower’s highest echelons.
Visitors to the Heywood family home in an exclusive gated compound in Beijing were turned away by troops from the People’s Liberation Army.
The presence of the crack troops triggered fears that Mrs Heywood would be barred from fleeing the country, and sources said police had ordered her not to communicate with international journalists.
The Chinese government routinely clamps down on relatives and friends of dissidents who threaten its rule, and commentators fear it will show typical ruthlessness to Mrs Heywood as it prepares for a once-in-a-decade leadership transition this autumn.
Mr Bo, 62, was tipped for a place at the very top of the ruling Communist Party’s national leadership until his family was engulfed in the scandal surrounding 41-year-old Mr Heywood’s death.
British expat Neil Heywood was found dead in a hotel room in Chongqing, western China, in November
Gu Kailai is in custody and her husband, politician Bo Xilai, is under house arrest
The Old Harrovian was found in a hotel room in the city of Chongqing, western China, in November.
His death was initially blamed on excess alcohol and his body was cremated without a post-mortem examination.
But friends said he rarely drank and the case was reopened when a former police chief told U.S. officials he believed the British expatriate was poisoned.
Briton ‘murdered by wife’ of Chinese politician ‘stashed financial secrets with lawyer’ as he became fearful for his life
This week, Chinese authorities named Mr Bo’s wife Gu Kailai as a suspect in the investigation and the Communist Party suspended her husband.
Mrs Gu is now in police custody and her husband under virtual house arrest, facing an investigation for serious disciplinary violations. A servant at the family home was also named as a suspect in the ‘intentional homicide’.
Visitors to the Heywood family home in an exclusive gated compound in Beijing were turned away by troops from the People’s Liberation Army
Mr Heywood knew the powerful couple for more than a decade and helped their son Bo Guagua, whom he had taught English, win a place at Harrow before studying at Oxford.
Mrs Gu was said to be godmother to the Heywoods’ 11-year-old daughter and seven-year-old son, who both attend the Beijing branch of Dulwich College, an international school for expats and privileged Chinese children.
But friends said Mr Heywood feared for his safety following an angry confrontation with Mrs Gu, 54, in which she allegedly ordered him to divorce his wife and swear a Mafia-style oath of allegiance to her family.
He reportedly gave a file detailing the Bo family’s finances to a British lawyer and described the papers as his ‘insurance policy’ should anything happen to him.
The business consultant was also said to have approached British authorities in 2010 about applying for citizenship for his wife.
A spokesman for the British Embassy in Beijing refused to confirm or deny Mrs Heywood’s visit yesterday, but confirmed the family had been offered consular ‘protection’.
Party boy: Gu Kailai’s son, Bo Guagua, embraces two young friends in a series of snaps posted on the internet. He has been in hiding since the scandal that engulfed his family
He told the Daily Mail: ‘Mrs Heywood is a Chinese national. If she wants to leave she can apply for a visa. Her children have British passports.’
Mrs Heywood has refused to discuss the case, saying only that she is ‘so sad’ about her husband’s death.
A source said she had been warned to say nothing, saying: ‘Police officers questioned her recently and warned her not to speak to foreign media.’
Friends said they were worried for her safety as she struggled to cope with her grief and raising her children alone.
One said: ‘If a friend of yours had died of some natural causes or had been bumped off on the other side of the world, and he was married and had two children, would you be concerned?

‘All his friends are concerned. We are all worried about all of them.’
Schoolfriends of Mr Heywood angrily rejected suggestions yesterday of any connection between the Harrow ‘old boy network’ and the murky circumstances surrounding the Briton’s murder.
According to one report, an ‘Old Harrovian Group of Four’, said to be doing business in China, fell out with Mrs Gu in 2005 over an alleged joint business venture.
Bo Guagua was sent to the famous Harrow School where he was mentored by Neil Heywood
Mr Heywood helped her son Bo Guagua get a place at Harrow, which charges fees of £7,345 a term, despite her husband’s political salary being little more than £300 a month.
After Harrow, Bo Guagua studied at Balliol College Oxford and is now at Harvard, where he has been in hiding since the scandal engulfed his family.
Edmund Robb gave the eulogy at Mr Heywood’s funeral in Battersea, south London, before Christmas.
Mr Robb, who has lived and worked in China and describes Mr Heywood as ‘my oldest and best friend’, described claims about a ‘Group of Four’ as ‘bizarre’ and added: ‘We will be taking the appropriate action. We have referred the matter to the Press Complaints Commission.’

LENO ❤ CONAN ❤ LETT…

LENO ❤ CONAN ❤ LETTERMAN ❤ FERGUSON ❤ KIMMEL ❤ FALLON

Leno

❀ The Obama administration is trying to distance itself from remarks made by long-time Democratic adviser Hilary Rosen. She said that Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann, a stay-at-home mother of five who has cancer, has never worked a day in her life. The ironic part — because of that idiotic statement, she may never work another day in her life.
❀ Let me tell you something — if you’re the mother of five boys, you never had a day off in your life, OK?
❀ And now, even vice president Joe Biden is furious. He said, “Making stupid comments that hurt the president, that’s my job. She has no right.”
❀ Rick Santorum has suspended his presidential campaign. He dropped out after spending a weekend in prayer, and then realizing he didn’t have one, he dropped out.

Conan

❀ In an interview, once again President Obama called Kanye West a jackass. In other words, President Obama’s finally found an issue that can bring this country together.
❀ I believe that hardcore social conservatives, liberals, and everyone else is together on this one. I think even Kanye agrees.
❀ Today Newt Gingrich is blaming the failure of his presidential campaign on Fox News. Newt’s also blaming the failure of his diet on Cinnabon.
❀ JK Rowling has a novel now aimed at adults. It’s called “Harry Potter and the 30-Year Adjustable Rate Mortgage.”

Letterman

❀ There is a new medical study that says men make better decisions about life when they’re drinking beer. I think I made my best choices in life after about six Coronas.
❀ Everybody knows some of the world’s smartest decisions came out of German beer halls.
❀ Charles Manson comes up for parole every year. Once again he was denied. He won’t get out of jail until he’s 92. What a coincidence — the same deal I have with CBS.
❀ All week long people have been commemorating the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. And police, when it came up, they started questioning Robert Wagner.

Ferguson

❀ It’s a great day for David Letterman, who is 65 years old today. I called him and asked him what he wanted for his birthday. First of all he’s like, who’s this? Then he said the same thing he wants every year, for me not to call him.
❀ It’s a great day for our friends to the north, Canada. I’m a big fan of Canada, our neighbor to the north populated by the beautiful, docile, bovine creatures called Canadians.
❀ Today the Royal Canadian Mint announced they’re getting rid of coins and paper money. They’re developing something called the mint chip — which I thought, what, ice cream for money?

Kimmel

❀ The deadline to file your tax returns is coming up. You only have five days left to frantically dig through your car for Burger King receipts that you can claim were business dinners later on.
❀ There’s certainly nothing fun about paying taxes. But you have to remember that all the money goes to a good cause, like paying the salaries of the meter maids who give parking tickets, keep welfare checks flowing to the Octomom — important things like that.
To reduce the chance of being audited, I always send my return tucked into a freshly baked loaf of banana bread.
Arnold Schwarzenegger did something interesting yesterday. On his Facebook page, he asked fans to give him ideas for things to write about in his autobiography. Apparently, he’s unfamiliar with the auto part.

Fallon

❀ Yesterday Newt Gingrich gave a campaign speech at a senior center, scheduled between a Jazzercise class and a Bingo game. That’s when you know you’re in trouble – when your campaign speech is the least exciting thing happening at a senior center.
❀ Newt Gingrich gave a speech at a senior center. Or as audience members put it, “Unplug me.”
❀ Gingrich spoke to seniors, right before the Bingo game — which was awkward, because one of the Bingo players turned out to be Ron Paul.
❀ Happy birthday to David Letterman, who turned 65 years old today. I don’t want to say he’s getting old, but today, he read the Top Ten reasons to get off his lawn.

LENO ❤ CONAN ❤ LETTERMAN ❤ FERGUSON ❤ KIMMEL ❤ FALLON

Leno

❀ The Obama administration is trying to distance itself from remarks made by long-time Democratic adviser Hilary Rosen. She said that Mitt Romney’s wife, Ann, a stay-at-home mother of five who has cancer, has never worked a day in her life. The ironic part — because of that idiotic statement, she may never work another day in her life.
❀ Let me tell you something — if you’re the mother of five boys, you never had a day off in your life, OK?
❀ And now, even vice president Joe Biden is furious. He said, “Making stupid comments that hurt the president, that’s my job. She has no right.”
❀ Rick Santorum has suspended his presidential campaign. He dropped out after spending a weekend in prayer, and then realizing he didn’t have one, he dropped out.

Conan

❀ In an interview, once again President Obama called Kanye West a jackass. In other words, President Obama’s finally found an issue that can bring this country together.
❀ I believe that hardcore social conservatives, liberals, and everyone else is together on this one. I think even Kanye agrees.
❀ Today Newt Gingrich is blaming the failure of his presidential campaign on Fox News. Newt’s also blaming the failure of his diet on Cinnabon.
❀ JK Rowling has a novel now aimed at adults. It’s called “Harry Potter and the 30-Year Adjustable Rate Mortgage.”

Letterman

❀ There is a new medical study that says men make better decisions about life when they’re drinking beer. I think I made my best choices in life after about six Coronas.
❀ Everybody knows some of the world’s smartest decisions came out of German beer halls.
❀ Charles Manson comes up for parole every year. Once again he was denied. He won’t get out of jail until he’s 92. What a coincidence — the same deal I have with CBS.
❀ All week long people have been commemorating the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic. And police, when it came up, they started questioning Robert Wagner.

Ferguson

❀ It’s a great day for David Letterman, who is 65 years old today. I called him and asked him what he wanted for his birthday. First of all he’s like, who’s this? Then he said the same thing he wants every year, for me not to call him.
❀ It’s a great day for our friends to the north, Canada. I’m a big fan of Canada, our neighbor to the north populated by the beautiful, docile, bovine creatures called Canadians.
❀ Today the Royal Canadian Mint announced they’re getting rid of coins and paper money. They’re developing something called the mint chip — which I thought, what, ice cream for money?

Kimmel

❀ The deadline to file your tax returns is coming up. You only have five days left to frantically dig through your car for Burger King receipts that you can claim were business dinners later on.
❀ There’s certainly nothing fun about paying taxes. But you have to remember that all the money goes to a good cause, like paying the salaries of the meter maids who give parking tickets, keep welfare checks flowing to the Octomom — important things like that.
To reduce the chance of being audited, I always send my return tucked into a freshly baked loaf of banana bread.
Arnold Schwarzenegger did something interesting yesterday. On his Facebook page, he asked fans to give him ideas for things to write about in his autobiography. Apparently, he’s unfamiliar with the auto part.

Fallon

❀ Yesterday Newt Gingrich gave a campaign speech at a senior center, scheduled between a Jazzercise class and a Bingo game. That’s when you know you’re in trouble – when your campaign speech is the least exciting thing happening at a senior center.
❀ Newt Gingrich gave a speech at a senior center. Or as audience members put it, “Unplug me.”
❀ Gingrich spoke to seniors, right before the Bingo game — which was awkward, because one of the Bingo players turned out to be Ron Paul.
❀ Happy birthday to David Letterman, who turned 65 years old today. I don’t want to say he’s getting old, but today, he read the Top Ten reasons to get off his lawn.

“KISS ISRAEL RABBIS ASSES” If you wanna get Muslim’s Money that’s what Haji Baba Edmond Brahimaj (Mondi) Bektashian Islamic Sufi Order Leader wisely did. Don’t blame Haji Baba but blame it to the rain.

Here is Some Conspiracy Theorist Pot to Chew Nontroversies:

As Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is trying to turn into an Arab hero on the back of Israel, a leading Islamic religious leader who wields influence in Turkey has criticized the rhetoric.

Haji Baba Edmond Brahimaj (Mondi), leader of the Bektashian Islamic Sufi order founded in the 13th century, distanced himself from the escalating threats against the Jewish state.

Turkey expelled the Israeli ambassador last week in a row over an Israeli raid last year that killed 9 Turks on the Mavi Marmara flotilla bound to break the Israeli blockade of Gaza.

In a meeting with rabbis at the World Headquarters of the Bektashi Community in Tirana, Albania, Baba Mondi stated “There is no room for violence in religion. Religion should be pure spirituality.’

He hosted Tuesday a delegation of the Rabbinical Center of Europe, which included Israeli Chief Rabbi Yona Metzger and Albania’s Rabbi Yoel Kaplan, a Chabad Shliach.

Baba Mondi expressed regret over the current status of relations between Turkey and Israel, who were close in the past, and called to patch differences.

The delegation is visiting Albania and Montenegro this week to continue their work assisting the revival of smaller European Jewish communities.

“The Balkans have such a rich Jewish history, it is vital that we assist in the renewal of Jewish life there,” said Rabbi Aryeh Goldberg, Deputy Director of the RCE, who is travelling with the delegation.

In Albania, the delegation met with the President Bamir Topi, Prime Minister Sali Berisha and other officials.

The aim of these meetings was to receive recognition of the community by the government, acquire necessary budget allocations and land for communal institutions for the Jewish community and discuss restitution issues.

The meeting was coordinated by Rabbi Levi Matusof, Director of the European Jewish Public Affairs in Brussels, who maintains close relations with European governments.

Be nice and add Israel’s F35 Order to your Fuckn’ F15 Order that your guys will never fly, probably never see whilst ArabSpring in Neighborhood

Here is some Horsemanure Worth-Loathed:

Readout of Secretary Panetta’s Meeting with Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Defense, Prince Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud

Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs George Little provided the following readout:

“Yesterday the secretary hosted an honor cordon for Saudi Arabia’s Minister of Defense, Prince Salman bin Abdul-Aziz Al Saud. This was Prince Salman’s first visit to the Pentagon. Discussions centered on the strength and importance of the long standing U.S.-Saudi relationship and our mutual interest of peace and stability in the region. They also discussed implementation of the recently concluded sale of F-15 Saudi advanced aircraft. The secretary also hosted Prince Salman for a working dinner last evening.

“Other DoD officials scheduled to meet with Prince Salman include Acting Under Secretary of Defense for Policy James Miller, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Affairs Joseph McMillan, U.S. Central Command Commander Gen. James Mattis, and Missile Defense Agency Director Lt. Gen. Patrick J. O’Reilly.”

WOULD WEN JIABAO FUCK FALUN GONG OR FOR SCAVENGING QIGONG

Here is some Horsemanure Worth-Loathed:
The Chinese regime’s Premier Wen Jiabao has been pushing for ending the persecution of Falun Gong with reparations going to members of the spiritual practice, according to a source in Beijing.
His proposal has been opposed by Zhou Yongkang and the faction led by former regime paramount leader Jiang Zemin. Jiang initiated the persecution in 1999, and Zhou, as Public Security Minister (2003-2007) and head of the powerful Political and Legislative Affairs Committee (2007-present), has been heavily involved in implementing Jiang’s campaign. Hu Jintao is said not to have commented on Wen’s proposal.
When Wang Lijun, the former police chief for Chongqing and the right-hand man for Chongqing Party chief Bo Xilai, attempted to defect at the U.S. Consulate on Feb. 6, he brought international attention to the regime’s forced live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners.
Wang is believed to be heavily implicated in this atrocity. In a speech Wang gave in 2006, he bragged about having overseen “thousands” of organ harvesting operations as the police chief of Jinzhou in Liaoning Province, although Wang did not specifically mention harvesting organs from Falun Gong practitioners.
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Bo Xilai was governor of Liaoning Province from 2000-2004. Forced organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners was first discovered in 2006 in Liaoning, and the province has been termed the “epicenter” of organ harvesting in China.
Wen denounced the organ harvesting and Bo Xilai’s involvement in it during an internal meeting at Zhongnanhai regarding the Wang Lijun incident.
“Without anaesthetic, the live harvesting of human organs and selling them for money—is this something that a human could do?” Wen said at the meeting of Party leaders, according to the source. “Things like this have happened for many years. We are about to retire, but it is still not resolved.”
“Now that the Wang Lijun incident is known by the entire world, use this to punish Bo Xilai. Resolving the Falun Gong issue should be a natural choice,” the source quoted Wen as saying.
Searches Uncensored
The report that Wen has asked top Party leaders to redress the case of Falun Gong finds a kind of corroboration in the recent behavior of China’s Internet.
Normally, terms relating to the practice or the persecution of Falun Gong are among the most tightly censored on China’s Internet, but, in the third week of March, searches that formerly had been blocked were fruitful.
Someone within the Chinese regime allowed searches that treated Falun Gong as legitimate or exposed misdeeds that were part of the persecution—what might be expected by an effort within the CCP to support the attempt to redress Falun Gong.
Around 2am on March 21 (Beijing time), Baidu uncensored searches for “Zhuan Falun”, the fundamental book of Falun Gong teachings. Baidu’s search results also showed information from the official Falun Gong website, including images of Falun Gong founder Li Hongzhi, the Falun emblem, and images of Falun Gong practitioners practicing the meditation exercises.
More information was opened up around 8 pm on March 23 (Beijing time), when Baidu search results for “Bloody Harvest.” “Bloody Harvest” is the book by David Kilgour and David Matas detailing their investigation into the forced, live organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners. Baidu showed information regarding the organ harvesting from Falun Gong practitioners, including an article about a press conference for the book.
Also on the evening of March 23 (Beijing time), an article entitled, “Witnessing the process of live organ harvesting” appeared on Baidu when searching with the key words “Wang Lijun live harvest.”. This article discusses the persecution of Falun Gong practitioners and the live organ harvesting.
Also on March 23, searching on Baidu with the key words “False Fire” brought up a video program produced by NTD Television that debunks the Chinese regime’s propaganda regarding the purported self-immolations by five Falun Gong practitioners on Tiananmen Square in 2001. The NTD video shows that the incident, which was very heavily reported on by state-run media, was a hoax.
Shi Zangshan, a Chinese affairs expert in Washington D.C., told The Epoch Times that both Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao lack sufficient political and moral power to fight Jiang’s faction if they only use corruption and internal struggle as the tools.
Shi held that Hu and Wen should continue to expose the crimes of Jiang Zemin and Zhou Yongkang. Hu and Wen will gain the moral high ground in the Party’s infighting, and, as public opinion turns against the Jiang faction, Hu and Wen

BO XILAI PUNISHMENT TRIGGERS BEIJING TSUNAMI

BO XILAI PUNISHMENT TRIGGERS BEIJING TSUNAMI
Here is Some Mindsteroid Must-Read:
Articles in China’s state-run media indicate that former Chongqing Party chief Bo Xilai may face tougher punishment than merely being removed from his Party posts, according to commentators. In a sign of the gravity with which Beijing is taking the Bo Xilai case, efforts have been made to explain it to the Party membership and the public.
China’s state mouthpiece media Xinhua announced on April 10 at 11pm that former Party heavy weight Bo Xilai has been removed from his positions in the Chinese Communist Party Central Committee (CCPCC) and the Politburo. A minute later, via the same media came the announcement that Bo’s wife Gu Kailai has been handed over to law enforcement agencies in connection to the suspicious death of Neil Heywood, a 41-year-old British businessman.
The same news also broke out all over Weibo, the major micro-blog service in mainland China, but it was quickly censored.
According to Hong Kong’s Ming Pao newspaper, on April 11 the CCP issued documents to county level or higher Party officials, passing on information related to Bo and his wife for so-called “study sessions” to explain why Bo was being purged from the Party.
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However, Ming Pao reported that the documents were immediately recalled, for reasons that are unclear. Ming Pao also reported that the editorial boards of major Beijing newspapers were called into meetings to discuss coverage of the Bo issue.
Commentators say that this type of treatment of a high-level Party official has not been seen since the Culture Revolution more than 30 years ago
Skeptical Reactions
After the Xinhua report, many skeptical responses appeared online about the Bo scandal and what is really driving the current turbulence in the upper echelons of the Party.
Liu Gang, a former leader of the 1989 Tiananmen student movement, wrote on the Chinese Jasmine Movement Blog website that according to the CCP’s usual methods, anything related to a Politburo member is covered up and any public criticism happens only when a high ranking figure has lost all political influence.
Liu questioned how the investigations into the suspected murder of Heywood was being carried out. He pointed out that, until the case is finalized, no one should be allowed to publicly reveal case information. Liu asked, why did the CCP rush to publicize the alleged crime of Bo’s wife?
Epoch Times columnist Wang Hua said: “The report by Xinhua is misleading public opinion. When Xi Jinping visited the U.S on Feb. 15, U.S officials already told media that Wang Lijun exposed Bo Xilai’s biggest crime which was the planned conspiracy with Zhou Yongkang to stop Xi Jinping from taking office.”
Another Epoch Times commentator Zhang Tianliang believes: “If anyone reveals information on Bo Xilai’s corruption, prostitution or even help covering up his wife’s alleged crime, all these are aimed at diluting the real significance of the Bo Xilai case.”