April 2-4, 2012
By Wayne Madsen
The recent political schism between a faction of the Chinese Communist Party backed by the Rothschild banking cartel and politicians in Canada, Britain, and the United States on one side and more nationalistic Chinese Communist Party leaders allied with like-minded leaders in Russia, on the other, has brought the Obama administration’s use of “soft power” information warfare and propaganda tactics to the inner political sanctums of China.
The suspicious death last November in a Chongqing hotel room of British citizen Neil Heywood, a reputed middleman for the Rothschilds and their international financial front man George Soros, has brought further attention on the ties between failed Chinese Communist Party Politburo candidate Bo Xilai and Western supporters. Bo is now considered by many observers inside and outside China to have been the favorite of the globalists to become Chinese President instead of Xi Jinping, the designated successor to Hu Jintao. The Hu and Xi faction are opposed to transforming China’s form of government from a quasi-Communist system to a totally capitalist system. The Bo faction was ousted from Chinese Communist Party leadership positions during the recent National People’s Congress.
However, Bo and his family were reportedly the Trojan horses for the Rothschild and Soros syndicate who were expected to steer China firmly into the capitalist and globalist camp and ensure that China would adhere to the dictates of the Bilderberg, Davos, and G8 supranational constructs.
Heywood, fluent in Mandarin Chinese and the reported handler of Bo Guagua, Bo’s son, at the exclusive British Papplewich and Harrow boarding schools, as well as at Oxford University, was a consultant to Hakluyt & Company, Ltd., a secretive British private intelligence firm estaboished in 1995 and linked to the Rothschilds. Chinese officials reported that Heywood died in his hotel room from severe alcohol poisoning, but his friends pointed out that he was a teetotaler.
Heywood knew Bo as mayor of Dalian from 1993 to 2001 and cotinued to have a relationship with the up-and-coming Chinese leader when he took over as party boss in Chongqing. With Chongqing as his base, Bo, who, along with Chongqing vice mayor and police chief Wang Lijun, became known for stamping out criminal activity. However, the criminal activity suppressed by Bo and Wang pales in comparison to the high-level corruption Bo and his cronies engaged in with the Rotshschilds, Soros, and the Canadian tycoon Paul Desmarais, Sr. and his son, Andre Desmarais, the founder of the Rothschild Bank of Canada. The elder Desmarais, the head of Power Corporation of Canada and founder of the Canada China Business Council, saw his business association with Bo as opening up China’s vast energy sector to Desmarais, Rothschild, and Soros private investment.
Heywood’s association with Hakluyt points to other significant players in the attempt by the West and the global elites, including the Rothschilds, to place Bo in the Chinese presidency. Hakluyt’s co-founders are Christopher James, formerly an MI-6 agent, and Peter Cazalet, a former vice president of BP. On the Hakluyt board are Rupert Huxler, private secretary to Rothschild-linked former British Business Secretary and European Union Trade Commissioner Peter Mandelson; Herve de Moriniere, the managing director of the Nathaniel Rothschild Bank; and Sir John Rose, deputy director of Rothschild Group. IOn Hakluyt’s advisory board are Sir David Manning, Prime Minister Tony Blair’s foreign policy adviser prior to the invasion of Iraq, and Sir Kieran Prendergast, veteran British diplomat and former Undersecretary General of the UN for Political Affairs and an architect of international intervention in Darfur.
In the world of high-stakes espionage, especially that involving spying on the inner workings of the Chinese Communist Party Politburo and Central Committee, the results can be fatal, as they seem to have been for Mr. Heywood. It is likely that Heywood became privy to too much information and, hence, had to be dispatched with poison in a drink, later claimed by Chinese authorities to have been an over-imbibing of alcohol. Heywood’s body was cremated without an autopsy.
Hakluyt has a history of espionage-for-hire, having been contracted by Shell Oil to spy on Greenpeace. Sir Peter Holmes, the President of the Hakluyt Foundation, a reputed oversight body for Hakluyt & Company, is a former Group Chairman of Royal Dutch Shell Group.
According to Chinese sources, Heywood, who was merely a messenger between Bo and the Rothschilds, may not only have become aware of financial improprieties by Gu Kailai, Bo’s wife, who runs an international law office in Beijing, but also the contents of classified Chinese documents being passed by British intelligence assets inside the Chinese Public Security Ministry. One such source for such documents, who likely incriminated Bo and his associates in criminal wrongdoing, may have been Bo’s erstwhile crime fighting deputy, Wang Lijun. After Heywood’s suspicious death in November 2011, Wang tried, unsuccessfully, to obtain political asylum in the U.S. Consulate General in Chengdu on February 6. Wang was bundled off by Chinese security personnel after he emerged from the consulate. On February 8, a ticket was purchased for Wang on a flight from Chengdu to Beijing. Also on the flight was Qiu Jin, vice minister for counter-espionage and secret state security.
Wang’s chances of receiving asylum were never great considering the Mormon connection to China. Bo had close relations with former U.S. ambassador to China and former GOP presidential candidate Jon Huntsman. In fact, Huntsman’s daughter dated Bo’s playboy son, Bo Guagua, who was known for driving his trademark red Ferrari around Beijing. Moreover, the U.S. Consul General in Chengdu is Peter Haymond, a friend of Huntsman and a fellow Mormon.
The Rothschild and Mormon connections to an attempted putsch by the West in China, spurred along by a number of false reports on Chinese micro-blogs and Taiwanese, Hong Kong, and Western websites of a coup in China, are not the only links to Western involvement in internal Chinese politics. In addition to Paul Desmarais, Sr., whose son is married to the daughter of former Canadian Liberal Party Prime Minister Jean Chretien, Canadian Tory Prime Minister Stephen Harper is also close to the Bo syndicate in Chongqing.
The involvement of Harper with the Bo circle may also involve criminal activity on the part of the Canadian Prime Minister in business deals in Chongqing. Harper met Bo in Chongqing on February 11, a mere five days after Wang’s unsuccessful asylum bid at the American mission in Chengdu and his subsequent arrest and trip to Beijing, where he presumably told all to Chinese security interrogators. In July 2011, Harper ordered the expulsion from Canada to China of former Chinese tycoon Lai Changxing, who was arrested in 1999 by Chinese authorities for running a smuggling ring in Fujian. Lai was a protegé of former Chinese President Jiang Zemin, Hu Jintao’s predecessor. However, the governor of Fujian at the time of Lai’s arrest was none other than president-elect Xi. It is believed that after twelve years of asylum in Canada. Harper delivered Lai to China, where he faces the death penalty, in order to present to the pro-Bo faction in the Chinese Communist Party evidence of Lai’s dealings with Xi in Fujian in order to nix Xi’s promotion to the presidency and make way for Bo. Harper’s misuse of the Canadian judicial and asylum system to pay back Bo for political and financial favors suggests a massive criminal conspiracy on the part of Harper,
In return for Lai’s living corpse on a silver platter in Beijing, Harper and his friends Desmarais and the Rothschilds were ensured the green light for initial public offerings (IPOs) for companies involved in the Chongqing petrochemical industry and Myanmar-to-China oil and natural gas pipelines, not to mention a hefty influx of campaign cash from the Chinese community in Vancouver (called “Hong Couver” as the home to many wealthy dual Canadian-Chinese citizens, who, like Lai, possess passports from the Special Administrative Region of Hong Kong). Rothschild and Desmarais investments in the Suez Group, which effectively owns the Chonqing water treatment company, were also assured by Harper’s move. Desmarais and the Rothschilds are also controlling investors in Total El-Acquitane, which has control over the offshore oil fields in Myanmar and the trans-Myanmar pipeline that will carry the oil to the Chongqing terminus.
Although Harper, Chretien, Desmarais, Soros, and the Rothschilds still have an ace up their sleeves with current Chongqing Mayor Huang Qifan, who continues to look out for the syndicate’s investment schemes, the fall from grace of Bo and family and Wang, may spell trouble for Huang. Even with the suspicious death of Heywood and a valuable witness, Wang’s cross-examination by Chinese security officials may expose more of the inner workings of the Rothschild cartel, Canada, and the American Mormon link to Bo’s coup d’etat plans.
There is another major problem for the West’s plans to destabilize and bring unbridled capitalism to China. The Falun Gong sect, long sponsored by the CIA and George Soros-linked NGOs, remains strongly opposed to Bo and his family due to Bo’s severe crackdown on Falun Gong members, including their incarceration in newly-built detention camps and torture ordered by Bo when he was mayor of Dalian. In a clear case of “blow back,” Bo’s close friendship with Desmarais, the Rothschilds, Harper, Chretien, Soros, and Huntsman has resulted in the Falun Gong making common cause with Xi and his faction to ensure that Bo’s faction is routed out of the Chinese government and party. In fact, the Chinese-language website of Falun Gong’s newspaper Epoch Times has run WMR’s report on the connections of Bo to the Rothschilds, Soros, and Canadian officials, a development that cannot make the Cass Sunstein/George Soros “cognitive infiltration” operatives very happy.
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Wayne Madsen is a Washington, DC-based investigative journalist, author and syndicated columnist. He has written for several renowned papers and blogs. Madsen is a regular contributor on Russia Today. He has been a frequent political and national security commentator on Fox News and has also appeared on ABC, NBC, CBS, PBS, CNN, BBC, Al Jazeera, and MS-NBC. Madsen has taken on Bill O’Reilly and Sean Hannity on their television shows. He has been invited to testifty as a witness before the US House of Representatives, the UN Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda, and an terrorism investigation panel of the French government. As a U.S. Naval Officer, he managed one of the first computer security programs for the U.S. Navy. He subsequently worked for the National Security Agency, the Naval Data Automation Command, Department of State, RCA Corporation, and Computer Sciences Corporation. Madsen is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), Association for Intelligence Officers …