In our last article, we disclosed the CCP’s infiltration of the United Nations, where China also has also managed to snag a seat on the Human Rights Council. We covered recent disclosures by Kyle Bass informing us that the World Bank is completely infiltrated with CCP party members. Finally, we explained how the CCP and the Triads are, in essence, the same organization.
There is yet another global institution that was deeply infiltrated for many years. Interpol.
According to the South China Morning Post (which is simply another CCP controlled propaganda institution) Meng Hongwei was paraded around Chinese State Media as having ‘legitimized’ the CCP’s concepts of law enforcement to the world. He was selected to be the President of Interpol in 2016. In 2018, the CCP arrested Meng and forced him (likely with a black bag over his head) to return to China from France.
Meng Hongwei was the Vice Minister of Public Security in China from 2004-2018. Something worth mentioning is that because the SCMP is yet another propaganda arm of the CCP, the ‘Big Lie’ in this piece of ‘fake news’ is that they are somehow unable to find additional information about his work history. Fortunately, we have the CCP Exterminator Miles Guo to tell us more about Meng and his dealings with the upper echelon of the CCP’s leadership.
According to Mr. Guo, Meng was arrested because he had threatened the ‘reputation and security’ of the Chinese Communist Party, especially Vice President Wang Qishan. We would urge our readers to carefully consider the information given to us from Miles. He states that Meng Hongwei was part of the ‘Dentures’ operation that spied on high ranking CCP party members during compromising situations. Some of these compromising situations include videos of party members using underage prostitutes, stolen or offshore assets the party may need, or even an allegation that any of these nefarious activities are taking place. In the case of Meng Hongwei, he had critical information about the death of Wang Jian, so the CCP, especially Vice President Wang Qishan, has taken steps to silence him.
Ling Wancheng (wiki link) is another notable figure we will need to investigate. The CCP dispatched MSS (Ministry of State Security — their CIA/FBI/NSA rolled into one) agents to foreign soil, including here in the United States, to ‘repatriate’ an alleged 680 corrupt individuals from around the world in Operation Fox Hunt. Perhaps many of them had dirt on high ranking CCP officials. We may never know the full extent of this operation, but we know that the MSS operated on American soil to conduct its operations because the previous administration was critical of the operation.
The Wikipedia page has been vandalized to say that it was only 40-100 individuals. This happens frequently on sensitive articles and is a pretty clear case of Chinese state-sponsored censorship. Who else would be interested in the misrepresentation of these estimates?
Interpol was certainly used to serve legitimate, yet politicized ‘Red Notices’ (an internationally recognized ‘Global Warrant’) on behalf of hostile foreign governments for many years.
Meng is missing now. The truth probably lies somewhere in the tangled web of the CCP’s corrupted institutions and individuals.