Arthur J. Villasanta – Fourth Estate Contributor
New York, NY, United States (4E) – Chinese billionaire and pro-democracy activist Guo Wengui plans to overthrow the dictatorial communist government in China headed by dictator Xi Jinping and replace with a truly liberal democracy.
Guo is using his massive wealth to flood social networks with attacks on corruption among China’s rich and powerful communist elite and the communist repression of basic human rights and liberties.
“My only goal is to change China,” said Guo on the eve of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) last October that saw Xi strengthen his hold on the CPC and China.
But while the communist rulers of China rely on repression and money to maintain their hold on power, Guo, 50, relies mostly on the latter.
“Why would I do this (oppose communism)? I don’t need the money, I have money,” said Guo.
“But I am a Buddhist. I want to be kind to other people … I want to change the evil regime.”
He noted there are only two fates awaiting successful businessmen in China: “one is to flee the country, the other is waiting to be eliminated.”
Guo fled to the United States and decided to make his stand against communism here.
To circumvent China’s censorship of the internet, Guo has been developing a new media platform he plans to launch by the end of this month. This platform will expose the corruption and human rights violations committed by China’s Communist rulers.
Guo fled to the U.S. in 2014 after discovering he was to be arrested as part of Xi’s “war on corruption,” which is actually aimed at silencing all opponents of XI and the CPC.
He fled to Manhattan’s Sherry-Netherland hotel overlooking Central Park and from his plush hotel room launched his online crusade against the Communist party. Guo has savaged the Communist Party’s excesses and corruption in webcasts, newspaper interviews and tweets to his 449,000 followers.
Guo claims he’s been the target of “multiple kidnap and assassination attempts, unprecedented in the last 100 years of Chinese history” while in the U.S. In September, he asked for asylum claiming his safety was at risk because of his status as “a political opponent of the Chinese regime.”
Chinese state-owned media has denounced Guo as a “dirty trickster” peddling “political slander.” At Beijing’s behest, Interpol issued a “red notice” for his arrest last April.
“I want to try and to have rule of law, I want to try and have democracy, freedom, that’s my ultimate goal … A change of the regime,” he said.
He plans to overthrow communism in China in three years.
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