Skip to comments.Fan Bingbing’s mysterious disappearance: what it means for China’s elite
Posted on 10/08/2018 5:33:10 PM PDT by Galatians328
Three months ago, one of the countrys best known actors went missing. Now, seemingly chastened, she has reappeared with a bill for £112m in unpaid taxes and fines
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She’s in my bedroom :)
Mao’s cultural revolution lives!
Government Democrats dream of- all controlling, oppressive, elitists keeping the peasants in line.
Sum Ting Wong !
And where is the NOW gang defending her???
That tax bill of 112 British pounds ( as per the report ev) tells me one thing -— the ChiCom party took everything!
A relative of mine does biz in China. He tells me many horror stories. Unreal.
And what are we to make about the brief disappearance and now sudden resignation of the Chinese gent who heads Interpol?
I thought China would be happy to have their man in charge of this agency.
But then China is always wanting Maore.
Maybe she refused the advances of some high Party official or Princeling.
Tax revenues just skyrocketed in China.
Its nothing new for “China’s elite.”
China is a state-run economy, with everything controlled by government, bureaucracy, and politics. Therefore, to succeed in business, you must always have government and political connections. That means both you and your contacts are always exposed in the political arena. Make a false move, and there is someone else ready to chop your head off.
Its part of the reason they all want US Passports and have homes here.
Hu Mei Famino Pin Yun? Shomida pei denai shoyu diyan sa! Falo di manei.
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