Translated by: MOS Translation Team – Eleutheria
Over the past two weeks, Miles Guo’s series of mind-blowing broadcasts about the CCP virus AKA COVID-19, vaccines, and antidotes have aroused strong repercussions around the world. A few days ago, the Black Swan Incident(BSI) in Beijing’s Tiananmen Square and the Kiln-caves Collapse Incident(KCI) in Yan’an sparked domestic and international speculation and discussion about the fate of the CCP.
On September 6, Miles Guo posted a short video on Gettr saying that the BSI and the KCI had gotten on top CCP cadres’ nerves. The Central Committee of the Political Bureau of the CCP has even launched several plans to deal with the adverse effects of this kind of natural phenomenon, which is unprecedented in a century. Nevertheless, there were also unusual incidents within the Mao Memorial Hall and the Taiwan Combat Plan. This series of ominous phenomena, like “wild birds entering the temple,” has caused a huge psychological impact on the top CCP cadres.
According to Miles Guo, the CCP has never stopped raiding antiques and artworks since the establishment of the regime. Since 2001, the CCP cadres have launched a huge plan to steal the country’s wealth with artworks. In Shanghai alone, $200 million worth of antiques and artworks are generated every day, which generates $73 billion so-called “art GDP” annually. Where does the tremendous money come from? And where does it go?
Furthermore, Miles Guo explained that in Communist China, there are only three types of art players – CCP cadres, Billionaires, and Celebrities. The art market is monopolized by the CCP, which mixes power, money, fame, and sex to produce the so-called colorful “CCP Colors”. On the other hand, the deplorable have worked hard all their lives, but their lifelong income is worthless compared to one stroke of the “CCP Colors”.
On September 7th, Miles Guo will continue his live broadcast on the inside story of CCP Art GDP and how to use “art to destroy the CCP.”
*【Wild birds entering the temple】 – Source from the “Five Elements” written by Ban Gu of the Eastern Han Dynasty, wild birds fly into the temple heralds the decline or defeat of a dynasty.
Original Link: https://gnews.org/zh-hans/1515449/
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