After being released, Ms. Meng Wanzhou, Vice President of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Huawei, was brought home by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), arriving at Bao’an Airport, Shenzhen, on Sept. 25. The Chinese propaganda ministry immediately praised her as a hero—praising China’s “victory.”
The People’s Daily said on Sept. 25, “This is the result of the brilliant leadership of the Central Committee of the Party (CCP), the result of the relentless efforts of the Communist Party of China the Chinese government, etc. is a great interest of the Chinese people.”
However, many unanswered questions are surrounding Meng’s return.
Meng has stated that she “did not plead guilty,” the CCP also claims that Meng “did not plead guilty.” This information deceives the Chinese people.
In fact, on Sept. 24, Meng admitted the whole truth about the U.S. Department of Justice’s accusations against her, admitting her own “illegal behavior.” Moreover, she did so under the terms of exchange for the suspension of prosecution by the United States. As a result, the court chose to postpone the trial instead of acquitting Meng.
Meng’s signature in court is legally binding. However, as China repeatedly praised the acquittal of Meng, for the same reason, the U.S. chose not to release the documents signed by Meng.
Despite the hero’s welcome, is Meng free and safe after her return?
Historically, the CCP has made great efforts to bring back people from abroad, although not for being a hero or an important figure in a powerful corporation. Instead, they go after the ones who need to be punished and undergo rectification.
It was reported that Meng’s agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice was under the instigation of the CCP. So, why was Meng brought back? To answer the above question, we must know who is behind Huawei.
What is the force behind Huawei?
In 1987, Huawei was founded in Shenzhen, China. The chairman of Huawei Group is Mr. Ren Zhengfei and former Chairman Sun Yafang, who both served in China’s Ministry of National Security for a long time before joining Huawei.
It can be said that the force behind Huawei is the military and the Ministry of Security of China. The muscle controlling the military and the Ministry of National Security was Jiang Zemin–General Secretary and President, and Mr. Zeng Qinghong–Vice President.
Huawei’s activities are very mysterious. Even Huawei’s senior leaders do not know Huawei’s activities.
Even Huawei’s rise is very unusual. In the first ten years after its establishment, Huawei’s business was very poor. Then somehow the company grew like a rocket. In 2019, Huawei became the world’s largest telecommunications equipment manufacturer, and Huawei is still the world leader in 5G technology, with full potential to become the dominant player in 5G technology worldwide.
Jiang Zemin retreated backstage, but in fact his agents still control the Security, Law, Justice system, local officials, and the system of corporations, including large public and private economies. And Huawei is one of them.
Why did Xi personally intervene in the case of Ms. Meng Wanzhou?
The CCP rented a plane especially to bring Meng Wanzhou back?
The plane to Vancouver to pick up Meng was BJN592. When it came back it was CA552, and flight CA552 was initially a flight from China to Tokyo, Japan. But from Sept. 6 this year to about 20 days before picking up Meng Wanzhou, flight CA552 did not have any flight records.
Flight tracking software FlightAware and others discovered that the special plane carrying Meng did not follow the usual route, that is, did not fly directly into the North Pacific or over Alaska or the United States. Instead, it flew to the North Pole, over the Arctic Ocean, over Siberia, Russia, then over Inner Mongolia, China, and finally landed at Shenzhen airport.
When Ms. Meng Wanzhou arrived in Shenzhen, people unrelated to her surrounded the airport, but her father, Mr. Ren Zhengfei, was absent.
Why did Mr. Ren Zhengfei not come?
Mr. Xi wants to have in his control both the father Ren Zhengfei and daughter Meng Wanzhou. From them, he hopes to get core information about Huawei’s relationship with Jiang Zemin and personal details on secret agents of the Jiang–Zeng faction and their connections in the party, the regime, military, and national security systems.
All of the above actions were intended to bring Meng back safely, avoiding the forces of Jiang and Zeng that were out to kill them.