Miles: US will freeze CCP oversea assets, seek $20 trillion damage

Chinese dissident Miles Guo discussed the US actions against the Chinese Communist Party during his live broadcast via G-TV (https://gtv.org) on Wednesday.

Miles reiterated the significance of President Trump’s remarks at the Rose Garden during Monday’s White House coronavirus briefing. Trump’s administration will hold the CCP accountable for spreading the virus around the world and would seek “very substantial” damages from Beijing over the pandemic.

“We’re doing very serious investigations… We are not happy with China,” Trump said at the briefing. “There are a lot of ways you can hold them accountable. We believe it could have been stopped at the source. It could have been stopped quickly and it wouldn’t have spread all over the world.”

Reliable sources told Mr. Guo that

  • the US government would seek about 20 trillion USD damage from the CCP
  • the US is determined to eliminate the CCP for the many lives lost to the CCP virus once it is proved that the CCP unleashed the virus. The CCP does not deserve to have a trial.
  • The US will freeze the CCP and their legitimate/illegitimate offsprings’ oversea assets and tear down the Great Firewall, because the Chinese kleptocrats are most afraid of losing these two.
  • The US will take Miles’ suggestion about having all large US corporations disclose their financial dealings and communication records with the CCP, so that the Chinese people’s money stolen and hidden by the CCP in various forms like oversea family trust funds can be uncovered.

Miles Guo also said that Cui Tiankai,  the Chinese Ambassador to the United States, is having a hard time now. Many westerners are staying away from him and destroying their pictures taken with Cui Tiankai and Wang Qishan.

Germany is seeking $165 billion damage from the CCP, but not Japan or Britain as they did not want to anger Beijing.

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