Summary of the article:
On August 26, Foreign Policy released an article entitled Who Is Guo Wengui, the Chinese Emigre With Links to Steve Bannon? under the author’s name James Palmer.
Without showing any solid evidence, this article describes Guo Wengui, also known as Miles Kwok, a “renegade Chinese billionaire”, a “powerful Bannon funder”, and “the man who loses a power struggle at home and then flees abroad, where he tries to present himself as offering insider insight into his home country”.
It denies Mr. Guo as an activist or a dissident, but alleges that he “promptly entangled himself in U.S. political affairs” when he left China.
Without providing any details, this article also mentioned former White House strategist Steve Bannon as being “arrested on fraud charges” and another “notorious conservative figure, the Republican fundraiser Elliott Broidy” as being accused of “illegally lobbying for China” with two goals, one of which was an attempt to get Mr. Guo extradited to China.
Miles’ Getter comment on the article:
August 27: This news article completely reveals a new slander scheme to defame Guo. Several newly released articles in WSJ and the recent moves of the Republican Party propaganda as well as some Chinese public-deceiving propaganda outlets are solid evidence. The Chinese Communist Party has switched their false description of Guo as a raper, a person with no more money, to one that can start a new world war. The CCP sees the strength of Wengui, together with my fellow fighters from the New Federal State of China and the “Whistleblower Movement”, to take them down. The CCP is in fear and covering up their crimes, while starting to use their hidden silent overseas power to stir up yet another information war, as part of an unrestricted warfare. This exposes the sheer weakness and hopelessness of them. It’s our strategy, to draw the snakes out of their cave. It all explains that the CCP is getting closer to its end.