According to the French website owni.fr, which claims to know many inside stories about WikiLeaks, a number of major media, including The New York Times, Le Monde, and Der Spiegel, are collaborating with WikiLeaks. They plan to disclose U.S. State Department documents to the public.
There were notable leaks on China and Chinese politicians. The following are eight summarized secret documents concerning China.
1. Australia started to reconsider its relationship with Beijing after realizing that the Chinese government might poke into its state defense secrets under the cover of commercial investments. Chinese funds were then transferred to Indonesia in 2010.
2. The former president of Singapore, Li Guangyao, and his family believed that a war between Mainland China and Taiwan would destroy the East Asian economy and affect Singapore. Li mediated between the two sides across the strait and offered a platform for conversation between the Chinese Communist Party and the Taiwan Democratic Progressive Party.
3. The Taiwan government’s “Southern Front” project is a plan for nuclear weapon development. The manufacturing and test explosions were conducted overseas to escape an International Atomic Energy Agency investigation. It is said that the Democratic Progressive Party did not hand over core technology to the new government.
4. Former Taiwan president Li Denghui and his family’s assets are mostly in Japan and Switzerland.
5. When Li Denghui was president of Taiwan during the 1990s, he acquiesced to have a French arms sales rebate (Lafayette Warship Mirage Fighter) flow through Hong Kong to Beijing. Part of the rebate was transferred from Hong Kong to Qian Ning’s (son of the then Chinese Foreign Minister Qian Qichen) personal account in Chicago.
Qian Ning later became a permanent resident of the U.S., and was willing to cooperate with the free world when the IRS conducted a tax investigation on him.
6. Former Vice Premier Qian Qichen visited the U.S. in the spring of 2001, and confirmed the cooperative relationship with the U.S. In Beijing, most of the staff in the ministry of foreign affairs were Qian’s students, and regarded Qian as their “Godfather”.
Whenever something happened, they would inform Qian and seek Qian’s opinions. Qian also sent special messengers to report to the Beijing Consulate in Washington, D.C.
7. An inside source claimed that North Korea did not possess nuclear weapons. The Chinese government is behind North Korea’s nuclear weapon propaganda for the purpose of constraining the U.S.’s influence in Taiwan. If the U.S. does not give up Taiwan, it will face the threat of nuclear war from North Korea while China gets to stay out of the situation, but still gets what it wants.
8. Most of the U.S. bonds sold to China were underwritten by the Goldman Sachs Group. The rebates went into hundreds of accounts in New York, including those of the Zhou Xiaochuan family, the CEO of the People’s Bank of China.
Article source: SecretChina
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