【国际参考】触者身危: 温家宝的“红色赌盘” Red Roulette vise les autres dirigeants

几天前,一篇不起眼的撰写者的文章,被当今北京政权的【所有官方喉舌媒体】集体给予转发,被视为【21世纪的“炮打司令部”】大字报

它讲出了最高层想说但是【不方便】讲的话(高层的以百亿为单位的腐败程度,时刻会被当作腐败分子处理):要“彻底【铲平教育、医疗、住房三座大山】”。也就是说:温家宝及他主人在中国长达30年的布局努力会泡汤,中国人民将真正做主人

看不懂中国时政或别有用心的,大喊是“文革 2.0”,使劲【做文章】,力挺所谓改革派温家宝等等

在国外,一本名为【红色赌盘】的自传,为温家宝及温太太(30%总理夫人)的捞钱合作伙伴段伟红【洗地】。此书被认为是一枚地雷,触者身危

前一期,我们向各位介绍了读后感言第一部分:温家宝一家的腐败及与国外势力勾结共赢致富,缺智慧的儿子没教养的女儿通过权钱交易得到【不义之财】。温太太从 1992年起就保养小她 25岁的粗鸭,后自称为“温总理夫人办公室经理”。他通过温家宝的关系在2004年(温家宝时任总理)为【德意志银行】在中国谋利(批准签字关于华夏银行协议),获得 5百万美金的报酬 。。。

今天是关于权利圈子近卫的 王岐山(等待廉价分尸国企),孙政才(温家宝力挺的接班人),陈希(习近平的上下铺兄弟),周亮(王岐山的贴身秘书,现银监会副主席)的不为人知的一二三内幕

以后还有更精彩的

巧合还是黑天鹅? 【失踪人间蒸发4年】的 段伟红突然落地,电话其前夫并威胁 。。。试图阻止此书的发行

反扑力量来了解读(为国外力量布局慢火摧毁中国?):

朱镕基(在中国大陆普遍认为是他将【教育医疗系统“企业化”】,中华民族千万家庭悲剧的“刽子手”)时期负责【农业与金融】的副总理,2003-2013年任中国总理的温家宝 – 其家族的腐败(至少几十亿美金不义之财)在墙外是“家喻户晓”,温太太的好友“白手套”段伟红的前夫,在美国发声,“声援”温家宝家族 。。。 要知道【平安保险】正在被查,仅其上市一案温家宝家族曾从中获利 60亿美金 !

人们都知道很多世界重要媒体在中国被封( www.c21.news 【世纪新闻】在内),很少有人知道【这与温家宝家族的腐败】有直接关连

中国大量引进的【转基因】农产品,负责农业的副总理温家宝没有责任吗?

如果在中国(前)高层【只有一个“第五纵队”成员】,该是谁呢?

上面音频是墙外华人“读后感言”第二部分(很精彩)

这里给世界精英提供参考信息。不代表我们赞成或反对

部分速入标签:

0:30 邓小平女儿邓林建议将【国企转为党企】,台湾政客买她的画“巴结”政权高层

2:00 王岐山是【朱镕基】的追随者。1996年朱镕基是“第一副总理”,在这个中国“改革的设计师”领导下,王岐山将国企“卖给”美国高盛银行。朱镕基任命王岐山去广东“继续卖卖卖” 。。。 说是“拯救要死亡的国企”

3:30 段伟红 成为 王岐山 的好友

4:20 王岐山(时任北京市长) 通过 段伟红 刺探温家宝的“心思”

5:00 温家宝成为总理,段伟红知道温家宝在国内没有力量,开始寻找“下一个领导人”

5:30 王岐山建议段伟红“准备好弹药”,随时“加入(廉价购买)国企‘大餐’” – 名副其实的“趁火打劫”

6:10 王岐山是 2007年的“货币战争” 的粉丝

7:00 孙政才 和 胡春华 的“内斗”,段伟红欣赏孙政才,温家宝力挺 孙政才

8:00 温太太“使得”温家宝在常委中做“保护孙政才”的领导

9:00 温家宝没有派系可以保护他的家族。所以寄希望于孙政才,他可以保护温家宝家族

10:00 孙政才 “要干掉” 胡春华

11:10 孙政才每晚3次晚餐,最后与 段伟红 22 点后在北京某地“进茶”走心

15:00 “秘书帮”,周亮 被 段伟红“瞄上”

16:00 段伟红 通过王岐山的“私聊”暗下帮助周亮,周亮知道“感恩”

17:45 陈希,习近平的“上下铺”兄弟

注:法语歌曲是“风沙卷走我们”(“大浪淘沙”之意)。这是 2017年魁北克一个“爵士”音乐队的翻唱版

 

Red-Roulette (红色赌盘)

出版日期 Publication date:September 7, 2021 年9月7日

“红色赌盘”,温家宝家族是“第五纵队”吗?

Following the English version

这是一本(中国前总理)温家宝家人“合作伙伴”撰写的关于温家宝家人如何利用其【中国最高层领导】地位,无耻狂捞【不义之财】内幕的“自传”式书集

其最初目的是为温家宝“远距离助阵”(网传 “作为中华民族的罪人,为外国势力卖命而隐藏很深的,危险了”),间接为其“前妻”段伟红洗地,将她描绘为“靠智慧,利用温家宝家族贪得无厌心态”而致富成功的人士

通过这本书的描绘,可以看到“第五纵队”是如何在中国内部操作的。看似善良的温家宝,是否披着“善良”外衣的恶狼?

温家宝是否清洁? 他没有傻到自己去数钱。用他儿子的话:“只要他去‘参观’某公司,为它占台”,就足以了

不要忘记,是谁将中国的【教育,医疗】体系“企业化”的,造成千百万家庭的“悲剧” ? 在谁的领导下,【转基因】种子进入中国农村,在中南海“秘密会晤”马云(没有权钱交易吗?)

又是谁想通过国外“人士”证明【自己的清白】?

他“挺身而出”干掉薄熙来,是否知道“红二代”是不会放过“卖国”的恶狼的?而设立接班人孙政才 🙁

A unique and incendiary memoir from an entrepreneur who rose to the highest realms of power and money in China and whose wife was disappeared, Red Roulette reveals the truth of what is happening inside the country’s wealth-making machine.

After the Communist Revolution, Desmond Shum’s grandfather was marked as belonging to a “black category” that included former landlords and rich peasants—meaning the Shums would be stigmatized and impoverished. As Desmond was growing up, he vowed his life would be different.

Through hard work and sheer tenacity Shum earned an American college degree and returned to China to establish himself in business. There, he met his future wife, the highly intelligent and equally ambitious Whitney Duan who was determined to make her mark within China’s male-dominated society. Whitney and Desmond formed an effective team and, aided by relationships they formed with top members of the red aristocracy, vaulted into China’s billionaire class. Soon they were developing the massive air cargo facility at Beijing International Airport, and they followed that feat with the creation of one of Beijing’s premier hotels. They were dazzlingly successful, traveling in private jets, funding multi-million-dollar buildings and endowments, and purchasing expensive homes, vehicles, and art.

But in 2017, their fates diverged irrevocably when Desmond, while residing overseas with his son, learned that his now ex-wife Whitney had vanished along with three coworkers.

This is both Desmond’s story and Whitney’s, because she cannot tell it herself.

“红色赌盘”,试图从美国“挽救”温家宝家族的腐败

“[A] thrilling debut… This well-written account is imbued with an aura of inevitable tragedy, and Shum’s searing indictment of ‘a political system that mouthed Communist slogans while officials gorged themselves at the trough of economic reforms’ is enthralling. Those interested in Xi Jinping’s China will be riveted.”
—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

“A deliberative, slow-building, suspenseful narrative that reveals numerous insights about the mechanics of power and greed… Observers of contemporary Chinese affairs, consistently intriguing and murky territory, will find much to interest them here. A riveting look inside ‘the roulette-like political environment of the New China.’”
—Kirkus Reviews (starred review)

“Students of Chinese politics and business will appreciate Shum’s personal narrative of China’s turbulent economic rise; this book deserves a wide audience.”
—Library Journal

“Powerful and disturbing…The Chinese government will not be happy with this book. Desmond Shum lifts the curtain behind the supposed Chinese economic miracle, portraying government leaders driven by corruption, conflict of interest, and greed. Rarely has anyone in modern China been brave enough to violate its oppressive code of silence and give an honest firsthand account of what really goes on in the corridors of power. Shum breaks all the rules so we can see it for ourselves and it’s not pretty.”
—Bill Browder, author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Red Notice

“Red Roulette is everything those who follow China have been waiting for: a deeply personal epic that reveals the idealism, ecstasy, and avarice of post-Deng Xiaoping China…There simply isn’t another inside history of today’s Chinese leadership like this one. If it spawns a new genre of Chinese personal histories—as I hope it will—Red Roulette will remain the classic of its category. Desmond Shum’s book is riveting, moving, and dangerous.”
—Matt Pottinger, former U.S. Deputy National Security Advisor

“Desmond Shum’s Red Roulette gives us a rare inside peek at the cossetted Chinese elite who parlay their connections with Politburo members into billions. This is a world of Chateau Lafite, Rolls Royces, and $100 million yachts, where friendships are strictly transactional. Although the book can be fun and gossipy, it’s also poignant, and, ultimately, we come away with rich insights into the workings of the Chinese Communist Party and the billionaires it has spawned.”
—Barbara Demick, author of National Book Award Finalist Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea and Eat the Buddha: Life and Death in a Tibetan Town, and former Beijing bureau chief for the Los Angeles Times

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