民运人士刘刚斥郭文贵伪造中共文件 指戈茨和班农用虚假情报欺骗美国政府

文章来源: 中国禁闻网 2018年01月04日

    刘刚:

郭文贵一向是招摇撞骗,坑蒙拐骗。郭文贵的骗术不过就是拉大旗作虎皮,就是找上一个名人来照相,以此抬高自己,增加自己的信誉,再去蒙骗他人。通俗地讲,那就是傍大款。

郭文贵就是踩着傍大款这条路,先傍夏萍,再傍马建张越,这样一路走过来,就将自己也跻身世界级大款之列。自己是大款了,郭文贵就改成傍大腕,傍名人,傍权贵了,继续傍,继续骗。

看看下面的几张照片,是郭文贵在自己的推特上四处显摆他是如何傍美国总统川普、美国政界大腕班农(Steve Bannon)、美国媒体大腕戈茨(Bill Gertz)、大律师大卫·波伊(David Boies)、好莱坞强奸大腕韦恩斯坦(Weinstein)、电视主播查理·罗斯(Charlie Rose),等等,这些人不是郭文贵的铁杆哥们,就是邻居,或者就是合伙人或客户。总之,有钱就能让鬼推磨,郭文贵凭着他的上千亿美金,能让任何美国人给他当合伙人和保护伞。

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Guo Wengui's Press Conference /Washington D.C.—Host by Bill Gertz (Full video English version)

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郭文贵同比尔·戈茨(左)、斯蒂夫·班农(中)手拉手肩并肩。

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这是郭文贵的粉丝四处散布的郭文贵揭露中共秘密文件的广告宣传画。

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201710月5日,美国新闻机构哈德逊研究所拒绝配合郭文贵造势,郭文贵就通过杨建利傍上了华盛顿灯塔报的著名专栏作家比尔·戈茨,比尔·戈茨一听说郭文贵有上百亿美金,两人一拍即合,这是比尔·戈茨帮助郭文贵散布郭文贵伪造的一份中共文件。

郭文贵张口闭口蓝金黄,不是说这个被蓝金黄,就是说那个对他人进行蓝金黄。实际上,郭文贵就是最会善用蓝金黄的高手。他搞定马建、张越,当然都是使用蓝金黄在先,他搞垮刘志华,那也是蓝金黄。毫无疑问,比尔·戈茨、斯蒂夫·班农都是在郭文贵的糖衣炮弹的攻势下,乖乖地成为俘虏,成为郭文贵坑蒙拐骗团伙的帮凶。

现如今,就在昨天,2017年1月2日,比尔·戈茨又在华盛顿灯塔报发表长文,文中插入四张A4复印件,说是中共中央文件。但凡是对中国政治稍有了解的人,都能一眼看出那就是一份伪造的中央文件,而且伪造的手法非常低劣,同比尔·戈茨在2017年10月5日采访郭文贵时所公布的那些假冒伪劣的中央文件就是如出一辙,伪造的手法是惊人的一致。我敢说,你就是由郭文贵的马仔昭明花钱雇用的街边黑店小贩伪造的文件。那几页A4纸,最多花了昭明一千美金!

比尔·戈茨在华盛顿灯塔报的文章发表后,仅仅是两个小时,昭明、推特党宣传部长、郭宝胜等人就在推特上发出响应的中央文件的复印件,这些推特党及挺郭会的成员都一字差地转发下面的消息:“大消息:自由灯塔报爆出中共内部绝密文件:中共允许朝鲜保留目前核武器、并以大量物资援助和新的武器技术支持作为条件换取朝鲜不再进行核爆试验。”

推特党之所以能如此迅速地、一字不差地转发这样的一段具有郭文贵文风的病态中文语句,足以表明这句话是郭文贵通过手机或其它手段发给这些脑残郭粉的!

下面是挺郭大将昭明、郭宝胜、政事小哥、推特党宣传部长等人在推特上转发比尔·戈茨的文章及中央文件的复印件。需要注意的是,这些人几乎是在同一时间段(2018年1月2日10:06AM —— 10:45AM)转发完全相同的评论,而且所转发的那四页A4文件并不是来自于戈茨在灯塔报上的文章。

毫无疑问,这些人从郭文贵处得到了这一段评论和这些文件的复印件,是受郭文贵指令上网转发这些文件!这些人分明是在充当郭文贵的传声筒和走狗嘛。只不过戈茨是在华盛顿灯塔报上转发文字资料,而这些小走狗则是在推特上帮郭文贵上传伪造的中央文件的复印件而已。

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班农在担任川普的战略设计师刚刚几个月,就被川普摘去顶戴花翎,踢出白宫,打入冷宫。班农为了重返白宫,重新成为川普的战略设计师,就利用郭文贵提供的假冒伪劣文件,制作了一个美国制服北韩的战略方案。正是在班农的授意下,郭文贵制作了这一系列同中韩有关的虚假秘密文件,班农拿着这些文件当作是向川普总统觐见的大礼,将其吹捧成是奇袭北韩核基地的秘密联络图,是打击中共政权的秘密武器。

班农啊,你同郭文贵这个骗子沆瀣一气,你终将会搬起石头砸自己的脚,自取灭亡啊。

刘刚

2018年1月3日

下面是比尔·戈茨在华盛顿灯塔报刚刚发表的相关文章的链接和全文。
Secret Document Reveals China Covertly Offering Missiles, Increased Aid to North Korea
Party directive warns another nuclear test could lead to war and promises aid boost in exchange for testing ban
http://freebeacon.com/national-security/secret-document-reveals-china-covertly-offering-missiles-increased-aid-north-korea/
BY: Bill Gertz
January 2, 2018 5:00 am

China's Communist Party adopted a secret plan in September to bolster the North Korean government with increased aid and military support, including new missiles, if Pyongyang halts further nuclear tests, according to an internal party document.

The document, labeled "top secret" and dated Sept. 15—12 days after North Korea's latest underground nuclear blast—outlines China's plan for dealing with the North Korean nuclear issue. It states China will allow North Korea to keep its current arsenal of nuclear weapons, contrary to Beijing's public stance that it seeks a denuclearized Korean peninsula.

Chinese leaders also agreed to offer new assurances that the North Korean government will not be allowed to collapse, and that Beijing plans to apply sanctions "symbolically" to avoid punishing the regime of leader Kim Jong Un under a recent U.N. resolution requiring a halt to oil and gas shipments into North Korea.

A copy of the four-page Chinese-language document was obtained by the Washington Free Beacon from a person who once had ties to the Chinese intelligence and security communities. An English translation can be found here.

CIA spokesmen had no immediate comment on the document that could not be independently verified.

A Chinese Embassy spokesman did not return emails seeking comment.

Disclosure of the document comes amid reports China is continuing to send oil to North Korea in violation of United Nations sanctions, prompting criticism from President Trump. Trump tweeted last week that China was caught "red handed" allowing oil shipments to North Korea.

"There will never be a friendly solution to the North Korean problem if this continues to happen," the president stated on Dec. 28.

Release of the classified internal document is unusual since China's communist system imposes strict secrecy on all party policies. Exposure of the secret Central Committee directive could indicate high-level opposition within the party to current supreme leader Xi Jinping, who has consolidated more power than any leader since Mao Zedong.

China: Pressure on North Korea won't work

China's leaders, according to the document, concluded that international pressure will not force North Korea to give up its nuclear weapons, estimated to be at least 20 warheads.

As a result, the Central Committee of the party directed its International Liaison Department, the organ in charge of communicating with foreign political parties, to inform Pyongyang of China's continued backing.

The head of the Liaison Department, Song Tao, visited Pyongyang Nov. 17 and met with senior North Korean officials. North Korean state media did not provide details of the talks, other than to say issues of mutual concern were discussed.

The directive appears written in response to the United Nations Security Council resolution passed after the Sept. 3 North Korean nuclear test. Included among the resolution's new sanctions are restrictions on oil and gas transfers, including a ban on transferring oil between ships in open ocean waters.

On the U.N. requirement to shut down oil and gas transfers from China to North Korea, the party document said after North Korean businesses in China will be closed under the terms of the latest U.N. resolution, "our country will not for the moment restrict Korea from entrusting qualified Chinese agencies from trade with Korea or conducting related trade activities via third countries (region)."

A directive ordered the Liaison Department to offer a promised increase in aid for "daily life and infrastructure building" and a one-time increase in funds for North Korea of 15 percent for 2018. Chinese aid will be then be increased annually from 2019 through 2023 by "no less than 10 percent over the previous year."

The Chinese also promised the North Koreans that in response to calls to suspend all banking business with North Korea that the financial ban will "only apply to state-owned banks controlled by the central government and some regional banks."

On military support, the document reveals that China is offering North Korean "defensive military construction" and "high level military science and technology."

The weaponry will include "more advanced mid- and short-range ballistic missiles, cluster munitions, etc.," the document said.

"Your department should at the same time seriously warn the Korean authority not to overdo things on the nuclear issue," the document says.

"Currently, there is no issue for our country to forcefully ask Korea to immediately and completely give up its nuclear weapons. Instead, we ask Korea to maintain restraint and after some years when the conditions are ripe, to apply gradual reforms and eventually meet the requirement of denuclearization on the Korean Peninsula."

Beijing to warn Kim of ‘punitive measures'

The document then directs the Liaison Department to warn that if North Korea insists on acting rashly, further punitive measures will be imposed on senior North Korean leaders and their family members.

The directive lists "requirements" for the Liaison Department to pursue, including informing the North Koreans of China's "determination to protect the Korean government on behalf of the Central Committee of CPC."

Liaison officials also were tasked with informing the North Koreans of promises of support and aid in exchange for Pyongyang making "substantial compromises on its nuclear issues."

"According to the current deployment of world forces and the geographic position of the Korean Peninsula, to prevent the collapse of the Korean government and the possible direct military confrontation with western hostile forces led by the United States on the Korean Peninsula caused by these issues, our country, Russia, and other countries will have to resort to all the effective measures such as diplomatic mediation and military diversion to firmly ensure the peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and to prevent ‘chaos and war,' which is also the common position held firmly by our country, Russia, and others," the report says.

The document states that if the United States "rushes to war" against North Korea, the conflict would have a huge impact on the political and economic state of the region and the world.

"At such a time, the security of Japan and (South) Korea can be hardly taken care of, especially the security of Seoul, the (South) Korean capital," the document says.

"Also, our country, Russia, and others will absolutely not look on the chaotic situation on the Korean Peninsula without taking any action."

The document states that China believes that "theoretically" western powers will not use military force to overthrow the Kim Jong Un regime to solve the nuclear issue.

"However, international provocations by Korea via repeatedly conducting nuclear tests has imposed huge international pressure on our country that is continuously accumulating and becoming unbearably heavy," the document says.

‘Stern warning' and ‘assurances'

The deal outlined in the document to be communicated to Pyongyang includes a "stern warning" combined with "related assurances to Korea at the same time."

"That is, currently Korea will not have to immediately give up its nuclear weapons, that so long as Korea promises not to continue conducting new nuclear tests and immediately puts those promises into action, our country will immediately increase economic, trade, and military assistance to Korea, and will add or continue providing the following benefits," the report states.

The first item then lists greatly increasing trade with North Korea to keep the government operating and to raise the living standard of North Koreans.

"As for products under international sanctions such as crude oil products (except for the related products clearly defined as related to nuclear tests), under the condition of fully ensuring domestic demand of Korea, we will only make a symbolic handling or punishment," the Party document said.

Past document leaks have included party documents on decision making related to the 1989 military crackdown on unarmed protesters in Beijing's Tiananmen Square published in the 2001 book The Tiananmen Paper.

A more recent disclosure in October was the release of an internal Communist Party document authorizing the Ministry of State Security, China's civilian spy service, to dispatch 27 intelligence officers to the United States to "crush hostile forces." That document was made public by exiled Chinese businessman-turned-dissident Guo Wengui.

Orville Schell, a China specialist who worked on the Tiananmen Papers, said he could not authenticate the document but said it has "an air of veracity."

"The language in Chinese is spot on party-speak, and the logic of the argument would appear to be congruent with the current line and what is happening," said Schell, director of the Center on U.S.-China Relations at the Asia Society in New York.

Columbia University Professor Andrew Nathan also could not authenticate the document but said it looks genuine. "The typeface, layout, header, seal, vocabulary, and diction are all those of an official inner party document," said Nathan who also worked on the Tiananmen papers.

Nathan said the document appeared to be a directive for International Liaison Department director Song Tao's mission to Pyongyang two months later, and Beijing's attempt to press North Korea to halt nuclear tests using a combination of incentives and warnings.

The Chinese language version uses some terms that reveal China's contempt for North Korea, such as the term "ruling authorities" for the Kim regime, something Nathan said is an "unfriendly" tone.

Former State Department intelligence official John Tkacik, a China affairs specialist, said the document appears genuine and if confirmed as authentic would represent "a bombshell" disclosure.

Tkacik told the Free Beacon the document, may be "evidence that China has no real commitment to pressuring North Korea to give up nuclear weapons, and indeed sees North Korean nuclear arms as an additional strategic threat to the United States, one that China can claim no influence over."

"Reading between the lines, it is clear that China views North Korea as giving it leverage with the U.S., so long as the U.S. believes that China is doing all it can do," Tkacik said.

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton said if the document is authentic, "it reveals China's policy to be completely cynical and utterly detached from its publicly stated position."

"The White House would have to react accordingly," he added.

Trump criticizes past N. Korea policies

Trump last week tweeted a video showing then-President Bill Clinton praising the 1994 Agreed Framework that Clinton said would freeze and ultimately dismantle the North Korean nuclear program.

The video also included a clip of Trump on NBC's "Meet the Press" from 1999 urging action then to stop the North Korean nuclear program in its early stages.

Trump told the New York Times after the tweet he was disappointed China is secretly shipping oil to North Korea. "Oil is going into North Korea. So I’m not happy about it," he said, adding that he has been "soft on China" for its unfair trade practices and technology theft.

"China has a tremendous power over North Korea. Far greater than anyone knows," Trump said Dec. 28, adding that "China can solve the North Korea problem, and they’re helping us, and they’re even helping us a lot, but they’re not helping us enough."

"If they don’t help us with North Korea, then I do what I’ve always said I want to do," the president added. "China can help us much more, and they have to help us much more … We have a nuclear menace out there, which is no good for China, and it’s not good for Russia. It’s no good for anybody."

The Trump administration has been signaling for months it is prepared to use military force against North Korea to rid the country of nuclear arms and missile delivery systems.

North Korea conducted several long-range missile tests in 2017 that U.S. officials have said indicate rapid progress toward building a missile capable of targeting the United States with a nuclear warhead.

Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Dec. 29 that he has drawn up military options for operations against North Korea.

"I don't speculate, as you know, about future operations by our forces," Mattis told reporters. "But with three U.N. Security Council resolutions in a row, unanimously adopted, each one has put significantly more pressure on the North Korean regime for its provocations, for its outlaw activities. I think you will see increased pressure. What form that pressure takes in terms of physical operations is something that will be determined by the Congress and government."

Asked if the United States is closer to war with North Korea, Mattis said: "You know, I provide military options right now. This is a clearly a diplomatically led effort with a lot of international diplomatic support. It's got a lot of economic buttressing, so it's not like it's just words. It's real activities."

China backs N. Korea as buffer zone

The party directive states that China regards North Korea as a strategic "buffer zone" needed to "fend off hostile western forces." Ideologically, North Korea also is important to China in promoting its vision of "socialism with Chinese characteristics led by our Party" and identifying North Korea as "irreplaceable."

According to the document, the Party regards the "continuity of the Korean government," maintaining peace on the Korean Peninsula and one of its unwavering goals.

"This issue is about the peace and stability of the Korean Peninsula and the fundamental interests of our Party, our country, and all Chinese people," the document concludes, adding that the department should quickly coordinate with the Foreign and Commerce Ministries and other agencies to develop an operational plan to implement the policy "to ensure the sense of responsibility, to strictly maintain related confidentiality, and to seriously accomplish the heavy tasks entrusted by the Central Committee of CPC."

The document bears the seal of the General Office of the Communist Party Central Committee, the office in charge of administrative affairs. Copies were sent to the administrative offices of the National People's Congress, State Council, and Central Military Commission.

The internal document states that the new policy toward the North Korean nuclear issue is based on consultations among key power organs within the ruling party, including the Central Committee and State Council, along with what was termed "the guiding spirit" of meetings held by the National Security Commission, headed by Chinese leader Xi Jinping.

"After research and assessment, the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China decided to authorize your department to lead and organize the communication and coordination work with the Korean administration on its nuclear issues," the document states.

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Bill Gertz is senior editor of the Washington Free Beacon. Prior to joining the Beacon he was a national security reporter, editor, and columnist for 27 years at the Washington Times. Bill is the author of seven books, four of which were national bestsellers. His most recent book was iWar: War and Peace in the Information Age, a look at information warfare in its many forms and the enemies that are waging it. Bill has an international reputation. Vyachaslav Trubnikov, head of the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, once called him a “tool of the CIA” after he wrote an article exposing Russian intelligence operations in the Balkans. A senior CIA official once threatened to have a cruise missile fired at his desk after he wrote a column critical of the CIA’s analysis of China. And China’s communist government has criticized him for news reports exposing China’s weapons and missile sales to rogues states. The state-run Xinhua news agency in 2006 identified Bill as the No. 1 “anti-China expert” in the world. Bill insists he is very much pro-China—pro-Chinese people and opposed to the communist system. Former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld once told him: “You are drilling holes in the Pentagon and sucking out information.” His Twitter handle is @BillGertz.