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Reports of Massive Intel Leak on CCP Members and Business Ties are Going Viral Around the World

Early Sunday, news broke of a major intelligence leak on members of the Communist Party and their affiliations with businesses around the world, promising to embarrass China’s leaders because most Communists are covert and according to the administration of President Donald J. Trump are stealing intellectual property, therefore also promising to expose massive corruption around the world, including right here, in the United States of America.

As of Sunday evening, Daily Wire, Daily Mail Sky News Australia and a newspaper from Sweden claimed to have the names of 52000 Americans involved with the CCP in media reports.

The Daily Wire story was retweeted by Trump’s attorney.

DailyWire reported:

“As reported by Australia’s Sky News on Sunday, the database “lifts the lid on how the party operates under President and Chairman Xi Jinping.” The leak “shows that party branches are embedded in some of the world’s biggest companies, and even inside government agencies,” the outlet reports.”

The Epoch Times said:

A recently leaked database has revealed that 1.95 million registered members of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) have been employed at universities, major corporations, and British consulates around the world.

Some members have been employees of U.S. aerospace manufacturer Boeing and pharmaceutical maker Pfizer.

The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China (IPAC), a global coalition of lawmakers, obtained the database from an unidentified Chinese dissident, then shared the material with four media organizations, according to a Dec. 12 report by British newspaper The Mail on Dec. 13, which obtained the list and reviewed it.

IPAC, in a statement on Nov. 13, said one of its representatives received the database from a “non-government source” and the coalition had experts verify the list.

“IPAC will push for governments and companies to respond, setting out how they intend to safeguard their values in the face of infiltration,” IPAC stated.

According to the outlet, the database contained names, dates of birth, and ethnicity, while some also had addresses and telephone numbers. The database was first leaked on the encrypted messaging app Telegram, after it was allegedly extracted in 2016 by people believed to be Chinese dissidents, from a Shanghai server.” (Please visit Epoch Times for their full article)


“The [British] Government must now move to expel and remove any members of the Communist Party from our Consuls throughout China. They can either serve the UK or the Chinese Communist Party. They cannot do both,” British MP Iain Duncan Smith told The Mail.

An unnamed former agent of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) and White House intelligence analyst told the outlet that the CCP shouldn’t be trusted.

“They’re [CCP] always looking for opportunities where they can take advantage of relationships, friendships, whatever, to further the interests of the Communist Party,” the former CIA agent said.

CCP members are required to pledge their loyalty to the Party. To become a member, people must first take an oath with their fist raised, while reciting that that they must “carry out the Party’s decision, strictly observe Party discipline … be loyal to the Party … and never betray the Party.”

According to China’s state-run media Xinhua, there were more than 91 million CCP members as of the end of 2019, based on a report by the Chinese regime’s organization department. The majority of members were workers and peasants, accounting for 34.8 percent. China currently has a population of about 1.4 billion.

The CCP isn’t the only Party organization in China. Hundreds of millions of people have joined the Party’s youth organizations in primary and secondary school, the Young Pioneers and the Communist Youth League.

Trump tweeted Saturday that he would declassify a lot of information:

From Sky News:

IBT Times Reported:

“An extraordinary leaked database of 1.95 million registered Chinese Communist Party members has provided an “unprecedented view” into the structure and method of operation of the party, exposing the branches of CCP embedded in some of the world’s biggest companies, and also in some government agencies.

Robert Potter, cybersecurity analyst and co-founder of Internet 2.0 said this is not something that becomes available every day, “it shows how the party has increasingly taken on a global view the way that it interacts with foreign companies, the way that it seeks to influence and engage in operations abroad”.

The leaked database contains a register with the details of CCP members, including their names, position in the party, birthday, national ID number, and ethnicity. The major leak of official records comes after President Xi Jinping said on Saturday, December 12 that political security will be a top priority in the next five years and urged that CCP should maintain the safety of the Chinese political system” they reported.

Australian TV are reporting on the article:

“Communist party branches have been set up inside western companies, allowing the infiltration of those companies by CCP members — who, if called on, are answerable directly to the communist party, to the Chairman, the president himself,” said Sky News’ Sharri Markson

This story is developing..

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