Yuan Hongbing, a Chinese writer in exile, alleged that after Jiang Zemin's death, Xi Jinping may begin to purge Jiang's faction.

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Former Chinese leader Jiang Zemin passed away on Wednesday (11/30) at the age of 96.

In this regard, Yuan Hongbing, a well-known Chinese dissident and exiled writer, pointed out that the current Chinese President Xi Jinping actually has a grudge against Jiang Zemin, and he may punish his family in the future.

Jiang Zemin passed away on November 30 in Shanghai due to leukemia combined with multiple organ failure.

Yuan Hongbing, an exiled Chinese writer, said in an interview with The Epoch Times on Thursday (12/1) that although the Chinese government is flattering Jiang Zemin, Xi Jinping actually hates him in his heart, and may punish Jiang Zemin’s family in the future. And it will start soon. "According to sources inside the CCP, Jiang Zemin's family and his followers, with a total of more than 13,000 people, have been registered by the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection."

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Yuan Hongbing claimed that the wealth controlled by the Jiang faction may be equivalent to the gross national product of China for one year. Now that the Chinese economy is in a sharp decline, Xi Jinping intends to use the "stolen money" obtained after purging the Jiang faction as secret military expenditures to prepare for the launch of the Taiwan Strait war. .