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  • Q Anon: (4/6/18) FRiendly Freeper Collaboration

    04/06/2018 6:28:11 PM PDT · by ransomnote · 3,149 replies
    qntmpkts.keybase.pub ^ | 4/6/2018 | FReepers, Vanity
    This thread is a friendly collaborative place for FReepers to analyze information and share opinons. FReepers have a wide variety of reasons for investigating Q Anon content; this is not the appropriate place to criticize or badger those who choose to use some of their time in this manner. I plan to post one thread at a time and ping new drops posted to it. When I post each (new) thread, the prior thread is retired and all new posts occur on the newest thread. If you are new to Q Anon, the three links below provide overviews to...
  • China: Bo Xilai's wife 'was in the room when Neil Heywood was poisoned'

    04/25/2012 8:34:37 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 5 replies
    Telegraph ^ | 04/24/12 | Damien McElroy, Malcolm Moore
    Bo Xilai's wife 'was in the room when Neil Heywood was poisoned' Bo Xilai's's wife Gu Kailai, accused of murdering the British businessman Neil Heywood, confessed to police that she was in the room when he was poisoned, according to an account given to American diplomats. By Damien McElroy, Malcolm Moore in Beijing 9:00PM BST 24 Apr 2012 Wang Lijun, the former chief of police in Chongqing, told US officials that Gu Kailai had confessed that she was responsible for the killing with the words: "I did it." Mr Wang gave his account of her alleged confession to diplomats at...
  • Bo Xilai: Guilty Sentenced to Life Imprisonment (Chinese-language news)

    09/21/2013 8:26:27 PM PDT · by TexGrill · 17 replies
    Money163.com ^ | 09/22/2013 | Money163.com
    TexGrill Thread: BREAKING NEWS The Chinese-language news has just reported that former Chongqing CCP boss had just been sentenced to life imprisonment. The verdict was made by the Jinan Intermediate People's Court. An attorney representing Bo Xilai has already pledged to appeal the verdict. The link is in Chinese but verifies the story.
  • Fearful Final Hours for Briton in China

    04/12/2012 11:31:17 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 15 replies
    WSJ ^ | 04/12/12 | JEREMY PAGE
    Fearful Final Hours for Briton in China The day before his death in the fog-shrouded Chinese city of Chongqing, Neil Heywood sensed that something was amiss. The British businessman had been summoned on short notice to a meeting in Chongqing in early November with representatives of the family of Bo Xilai, the local Communist Party chief, according to an account by a friend whom Mr. Heywood contacted at the time. Mr. Heywood told the friend he was "in trouble." After he flew to Chongqing, he tried to telephone his usual contacts but couldn't get through to any of them, according...
  • [China] Bo Xilai Alleged Financier: George Soros (???)

    04/27/2012 6:38:41 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 5 replies
    i4u ^ | 04/25/12
    Bo Xilai Alleged Financier: George Soros BEIJING: Billionaire oil tycoon George Soros, an executive board member of the International Crisis Group, has played a major role in deposed Chinese Communist Chongqing Boss, Bo Xilai’s rise to fame and fortune in Dalian and Chongqing. ... http://www.dallasblog.com/201204241008984/dallas-blog/bo-xilai-alleged-financier-george-soros.html
  • Myanmar-to-China gas pipeline fully open

    10/20/2013 9:12:38 PM PDT · by TexGrill · 1 replies
    ChannelNewsAsia ^ | 10/21/2013 | AFP
    A pipeline pumping natural gas from Myanmar to energy-hungry China has gone fully operational, state-run Chinese media said on Monday. BEIJING: A pipeline pumping natural gas from Myanmar to energy-hungry China has gone fully operational, state-run Chinese media said on Monday. The project, stretching more than 2,500 kilometres from western Myanmar to southwest China, will help the world's second-largest economy feed its growing energy needs. It comes as close political ties between the two nations have weakened, after Myanmar's quasi-civilian regime took office in 2011 and brought in sweeping reforms that have led to the scrapping of most Western sanctions....
  • China: Tiananmen II

    05/13/2012 12:18:49 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 2 replies
    Indian Express ^ | 05/10/12 | Minxin Pei
    Tiananmen II Minxin Pei : Thu May 10 2012, 03:12 hrs Bo Xilai’s downfall punctures the myth of China’s resilient autocracy Scandals in dictatorships perform several valuable functions. They often discredit their rulers and undermine their legitimacy. In some cases, scandals may even hasten the disintegration of authoritarian regimes by causing infighting among ruling elites or triggering loss of confidence and a crisis. For academics, such scandals frequently provide test cases for validating long-held theories or assumptions about the durability of authoritarian rule. From this perspective, the recent mega-scandal involving Bo Xilai, one of China’s political stars, is particularly useful...
  • China: City divided by disgraced Communist leader's legacy (popular support alive)

    05/13/2012 12:06:29 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 3 replies
    MSNBC ^ | 05/13/12 | Ed Flanagan
    City divided by disgraced Communist leader's legacy By Ed Flanagan, NBC News CHONGQING, China – Everywhere you go in Chongqing, you can see traces of the complicated legacy of Bo Xilai, the former Communist party chief who ran this municipality of 30 million people until scandal derailed him. At one time destined for a top post in China’s highest echelon of power, the standing committee of the politburo of the Communist Party, Bo aggressively poured money into this municipality in pursuit of his populist agenda. To drive through the windy roads that snake around this hilly metropolis is to see...
  • China: Beijing Steps In to Steady City Bo Ruled

    04/20/2012 7:08:12 PM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 21 replies
    WSJ ^ | 04/20/12 | BRIAN SPEGELE
    Beijing Steps In to Steady City Bo Ruled By BRIAN SPEGELE BEIJING—A senior Chinese leader expressed concern over the stability of development in Chongqing, the city run by fallen politician Bo Xilai until last month, and promised greater central-government support for the city in the aftermath of the upheaval. The statement marks the latest sign that China's central government is working to secure its hold over Chongqing, where Mr. Bo built a power base that helped launch him to national prominence. In recent weeks Chinese authorities have amped up official rhetoric against Mr. Bo and increased scrutiny of the city's...
  • China ejects Bo from elite ranks, wife suspected of murder

    04/10/2012 11:55:14 PM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 8 replies
    Reuters ^ | 04/11/12 | Chris Buckley and Benjamin Kang Lim
    China ejects Bo from elite ranks, wife suspected of murder By Chris Buckley and Benjamin Kang Lim | Reuters – 9 hrs ago BEIJING (Reuters) - China's Communist Party has suspended former high-flying politician Bo Xilai from its top ranks and named his wife a suspect in the murder of a British businessman, a dramatic turn in a scandal shaking leadership succession plans. The decision to banish Bo from the Central Committee and its Politburo effectively ends the career of China's brashest and most controversial politician, widely seen as pressing for a top post in China's next leadership to be...
  • Fall of China official roils Chongqing, with some public dissent (Bo has widespread support)

    04/11/2012 7:25:25 AM PDT · by TigerLikesRooster · 14 replies
    LAT ^ | 04/11/12 | Jonathan Kaiman
    Fall of China official roils Chongqing, with some public dissent Residents who benefited from local chief Bo Xilai's initiatives openly defend him. But the crackdown, with sensational allegations against his wife, continues. By Jonathan Kaiman, Los Angeles Times April 11, 2012 CHONGQING, China — Change has come quickly to this sprawling city of 30 million people since the charismatic local party chief, Bo Xilai, was fired last month by the national Communist Party leadership in China's most high-profile political shake-up in 20 years. Signs in public squares now ban gatherings to sing "red songs," a prominent element of Bo's effort...
  • Wang Lijun: Did China's Missing Top Cop Uncover Anti-Xi Jinping Coup Plot?

    02/22/2012 4:14:35 AM PST · by csvset · 2+ views
    International Business Times ^ | February 16, 2012 | Ryan Villarreal
    In a storyline that could have been taken straight out of a television crime drama, Wang Lijun--missing former chief of police and current deputy mayor of Chongqing, a sprawling, gritty metropolis in China's interior--is presumably being held in Beijing, following a defection attempt at the U.S. Consulate. As the Machiavellian saga continues to unfold, the Chinese dissident Web site Boxun has reported that Wang uncovered a plot by his former boss, Bo Xilai, and a senior government official, Zhou Yongkang, to seize power from Xi Jinping, heir-apparent to the reins of Communist Party leadership. "They [Bo and Zhou] prepared a...
  • China: Another river is poisoned as city waits for water(chemical plant explosion in Chongqing)

    11/27/2005 4:50:04 PM PST · by TigerLikesRooster · 12 replies · 890+ views
    SMH ^ | 11/26/05 | Hamish McDonald
    Another river is poisoned as city waits for water By Hamish McDonald Herald Correspondent in Beijing and agencies November 26, 2005 ANOTHER chemical plant has exploded in China, spewing toxic benzene into the water supply of a central region as authorities in the country's north-east struggle to protect millions of people from an earlier spill. The blast on Thursday at the Yingte Chemical Co in Dianjiang, part of the huge Chongqing municipality straddling the middle reaches of the Yangtze River, killed one worker and forced the evacuation of 6000 nearby residents and the closure of schools. People in the area...
  • China activates bomb shelters

    06/28/2005 6:58:53 AM PDT · by Esther Ruth · 82 replies · 2,109+ views
    WND ^ | China activates
    China activates bomb shelters Intelligence sources suspect reopening to public is part of strategic deception Posted: June 28, 2005 1:00 a.m. Eastern © 2005 WorldNetDaily.com China's decision to open up massive bomb shelters to the public, ostensibly to provide a respite from summer heat, has U.S. intelligence analysts concerned about a possible strategic deception by Beijing, reports Joseph Farah's G2 Bulletin. The government made a high-profile public announcement, carried by the official Xinhua news agency, this week that bomb shelters in central Chongqing would be opened to the public to allow residents to cool off during a heat wave in...
  • Bricks With Molded Designs Unearthed In Chongqing (Caucasians in Ancient China)

    01/12/2004 9:28:45 AM PST · by blam · 39 replies · 6,164+ views
    Bricks with molded designs unearthed in Chongqingwww.chinaview.cn 2004-01-12 20:52:43 CHONGQING, Jan. 12 (Xinhuanet) -- Archaeologists in southwest China's Chongqing municipality have unearthed more than 20 pieces of brick reliefs from a tomb of the Eastern Han Dynasty (25 A.D.-220 A.D.). Lin Bizhong, a noted archaeologist with the Chongqing MunicipalArchaeological Team, said this was the first time that bricks withmolded designs had been unearthed in Chongqing. Previously, such tomb bricks had been excavated from Sichuan province, southwest China, and have been included as relics under state key protection. Lin acknowledged that the brick-and-stone-structured tomb, fromwhich brick reliefs were unearthed, had been...