Does anyone remember Bo Xilai, Gu Kailai and Wang Lijun? Chinese scholar He Xin just wrote on his blog about a possible connection between the Bo
Xilai incident and Freemasonry.
A quick word about He Xin (b. 1949). He's a highly unconventional scholar who's often been criticised for his 'strage' views. (He's most famous for
his economic theories, but I'm more interested in his other works...) For example, he wrote a book detailing the worship of solar deities in
prehistoric China. The academic consensus is that there is no such worship in prehistoric China. Later, he successfully predicted events such as the
fall of the USSR, the Iraq War, the Libyan and Syrian Civil Wars, and so on. He has turned even less conventional of late. He published a book on
Freemasonry in 2010 and there's another coming up. He's also been writing that most of Ancient Greek history was made up by Western scholars, but
that's for another thread.
I know most people on ATS don't read Chinese, so here's the gist of it.
Bo Xilai was obsessed with luring Western corporations to China to bring in capital. He made a mistake when his whole family was fooled by the
Freemasons. His son Bo Guagua became 'hostage'. Neil Heywood was 'definitely' a Freemason. Gu Kailai's wife was a Masonic puppet. In fact, Heywood and
Gu actually co-founded a company was called Horas Consultancy & Investment. I'd also like to add here that Gu Kailai seems to be nicknamed Horus.
(This is ATS, so I don't think I need to explain why that's significant.) In fact, Gu once asked He Xin for books related to Fremasonry, and Bo made a
copy of He's book about Freemasonry for her.
How about Wang Lijun? He Xin speculates that he is a Freemason. Someone who appears to be an extreme leftist doesn't just walk right into American
embassies. Moreover, the Freemasons have always been interested in the police forces of different countries.
If you're wondering why it took so long for He Xin, I think it's because the Mainland government's been relaxing censorship on the incident. Still, He
didn't once use the full name of the people involved. I particularly like the way he referred to Wang Lijun as Wang sir (in Hong Kong, teachers and
police officers are often known as surname + sir).
Anyway, what do you think? How about the 'soft' sentences on Wang and Gu? ('Suspended death sentence' on powerful people typically means they will be
pardoned at the end, and 15 years for someone who commited treason, really? Also, why did the sentencing only take a few days?)
31-1-2013 by diqiushiwojia because: (no reason given)