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Secret Trading Between US and China; Zhang Hong Bao Will be Sent Back to China
 

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Posted by Hao Yu at 18:06:16, January 24, 2004:

Secret Trading Between US and China; Zhang Hong Bao Will be Sent Back to China

According to a source close to the Legislation Committee of CCP regime, CCP has been working at extraditing Zhang Hong Bao, the biggest spiritual leader in China and the first President of China Shadow Government, back to China within the year of 2004.

At the CCP Central Government Political and Legislation meeting on Dec. 12th, 2003, CCP minister of the Legislation Committee, Luo Gan, announced explicitly that they will “ ‘Invite’ Zhang Hong Bao back to China by all means.” For this purpose, Chinese Ministry of Diplomacy and Ministry of Public Security have contacted the relevant government sections on the manner of extradition and conditions concerned. Their initial
plan was to scheme a “Case of Kidnapping Zhang Hong Bao” (vetoed by the judge of preliminary hearing), then manipulate the jury (with their tricks) to make Zhang lose his case. After Zhang serves his sentence, send Zhang to a third country, and CCP will get Zhang from the third country back to China. As a reward, CCP government will promise an economic cooperation trade agreement for up to $4,000,000,000.

According to a reliable source, Zhang Hong Bao’s China Shadow Government which was set up in USA is a great potential threat to Chinese government. Compared with Li Hong Zhi, Zhang has a much bigger danger coefficient. Li is just a religious leader at most, yet Zhang is a potential substitute for today’s Chinese government and his 38 million followers are certainly a force that can not be neglected. A lot of these followers of Zhang Hong Bao are hidden deeply and safely in some key sections of the government and they only listen to Zhang’s commands.

 

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