A little show called China Uncensored is the source of most of the hyperlinks in the following article.
Jiang Zemin became China’s dictator in 1999. During this time he began the genocide of Falun Gong. Since then, he has played puppet-master behind the scenes, controlling China during the term of successor Hu Jintao. With Xi Jinping, however, things have started to change.
Xi is not interested in pursuing the same party line as Jiang or Hu; madly eliminating any possible rivals (Jiang), or keeping your head down and maintaining the status quo (Hu). Whatever reforms Xi actually has in mind, he is set on two things:
- Not becoming the fall guy for the genocide of Falun Gong; which leads to point 2:
- Purging Jiang Zemin’s faction, who are against Xi for not wanting to continue the Falun Gong genocide (cause then they’re the one’s left holding the bag (of heads).
The only hard evidence is that Jiang’s name is being removed from some prominent public buildings. Huang Jing, a professor at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in Singapore said: “I think he is a half-dead spider… but as long as he is still taking breath, he is still considered the godfather.”