CCP's fake mogul Ye Jianming offers Hunter huge diamond and $10 million annually for "introductions alone," emails say


According to the Global Times owned by People's Daily, the primary state media outlet of the Chinese Communist Party, Joe Biden is "an 'old friend' for Chinese" and "represents the pro-establishment camp of the US." What, exactly, is the nature of Joe's "friendship" with the CCP?

In the infamous May 13, 2017 email proposing a 10% equity distribution for 'big guy,' the "equity" was coming from an unspecified deal Hunter had struck with a fake "business magnate" called Ye Jianming, who had been created by the CCP to buy influence from foreign government leaders. How this fake tycoon operated and lured the Bidens exposes the CCP's perhaps best method of compromising foreign government leaders and officials, turning them into the communist party's puppets.

About the fake magnate Ye Jianming, the U.S. Senate Committee on Finance Majority Staff's August 2019 report on the Bidens' corruption states:

“Hunter Biden’s connections and financial associations appear to have accelerated significantly after he associated himself with Ye Jianming, who had deep connections with the Communist regime and PLA [People’s Liberation Army]. [...]

The records acquired by the Committees show consistent, significant and extensive financial connections among and between Hunter Biden, James Biden, Sara Biden, Devon Archer, and Chinese nationals connected to the Communist regime and PLA [People’s Liberation Army] as well as other foreign nationals with questionable backgrounds.”

Supposed "tycoon" Ye Jianming appeared to be the chairman of the Chinese energy conglomerate CEFC China Energy. This energy conglomerate CEFC had been started by the "fucking spy chief of China," Hunter said in an audio recording obtained by the National Pulse. Who Hunter referred to as the "fucking spy chief of China" was Patrick Ho, who was a former Secretary for Home Affairs in Hong Kong. On September 18, 2017, Hunter had signed an attorney engagement letter to represent Ho, to "justify" having accepted $1 million from the "spy chief of China." What "legal advice" could Hunter (or Vice President daddy) have provided to China's spy chief that was worth $1 million, the House Oversight and Accountability Committee will hopefully let us know.

China's Spy Chief Ho was just as corrupt as everyone else Hunter associated with, ending up getting convicted of bribing 2 African presidents. Ho was deported to Hong Kong after serving a three-year prison sentence.

By working for someone like Ho who'd started the energy company CEFC whose chairman was Ye Jianming, Hunter had become "the U.S. representative for an intelligence and military-linked Chinese company that was supporting voices calling for an aggressive military posture against the United States and its allies," Peter Schweizer explains in his book "Red-Handed: How American Elites Get Rich Helping China Win."

In an August 2, 2017 email, Hunter reveals his negotiations with CEFC selling his father's influence. Regarding this damning email, the Washington Post states:

"[Hunter] Biden wrote that Ye had sweetened the terms of an earlier, three-year consulting contract with CEFC that was to pay him $10 million annually 'for introductions alone.'"

Describing the deal Ye had sweetened, Hunter wrote in the same email: “The chairman changed that deal after we me[t] in MIAMI TO A MUCH MORE LASTING AND LUCRATIVE ARRANGEMENT to create a holding company 50% percent [sic] owned by ME and 50% owned by him.”

$10 annually wasn't the only bribe Ye had offered Hunter for "introductions alone." "Ye sealed the new alliance with a rich gift — a 3.16-carat diamond worth $80,000," New York Post journalist Miranda Devine writes, including in her article the photos of the diamond found in Hunter's laptop.

Breitbart elaborates on the CCP and Chinese military ties of oil conglomerate CEFC and its chairman Ye Jianming:

Its [CEFC's] ties to the Chinese Communist Party were stronger than advertised, and Ye himself might have been a “PLA [People liberations Army] princeling” – the child of a high-ranking People’s Liberation Army officer whose image as an independent businessman was a carefully-crafted illusion. In China, Ye is widely believed to be the grandson of a Communist Revolution war hero named Marshal Ye Jianying, a relationship he usually denied when the media asked. Among other curious details, Ye could never come up with a convincing explanation for where he got the money to finance his early acquisitions.

Ye had been "among the most ambitious of Chinese tycoons before his business empire collapsed and he vanished into the Communist nation’s shadowy prison system," reports Breitbart, explaining:

"Ye was once portrayed as one of China’s greatest rags-to-riches stories, a humble park ranger who began making successful oil investments in his twenties and became a billionaire before he hit 40. He was marketed as an affable businessman foreigners could feel safe making deals with, well-connected but not an obvious tool of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP)."

The same Breitbart article adds:

“The young tycoon appeared to be China’s unofficial energy envoy, meeting presidents across the globe and even becoming an adviser to a European government. In 2016, he ranked No. 2 on the Fortune magazine 40 Under 40 list,” CNN wrote of Ye in late 2018."

This shows the way not only the Bidens but countless additional global leaders had been compromised by the CCP through Ye, explaining the medical tyranny and wokeness etc. happening in numerous countries in the same manner all over the globe.

Ye had made a pact with the devil, letting him fly around the world as a "billionaire" striking deals with the world's most important global leaders...

But Ye's days of glory came to a very abrupt end when his cover got blown away by investigative journalists. Breitbart reports that on March 2018, the Chinese financial news organization Caixin published an exposé revealing that CEFC’s finances were “a house of cards, precariously stacked on loans to cover loans.” CEFC had been faking billions of dollars in revenue. Within days of the exposé, Ye was arrested for vague economic crimes announced by the Chinese state media. Ye was made to disappear and has never been seen again.

The CCP had been extremely quick to take him out.

Author Peter Schweizer explains Ye Jianming's larger goal in his efforts to buy influence from government leaders:

Ye was at the center of Beijing’s economic strategy. His firm, CEFC, saw itself as playing an important and central role in advancing China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which was designed to expand Chinese economic and political influence worldwide. Accordingly, CEFC was also an oil supplier to the People’s Liberation Army.

More details are found in Peter Schweizer's book.

Too bad the CCP has ensured Ye can't be found to tell the whole story.

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