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Steve Bannon Meets Exiled Chinese Tycoon Guo Wengui

Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon has twice met with exiled Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui, who has been very publicly revealing Chinese Communist Party (CCP) secrets over the past six months.

Via his twitter account, Guo (who also goes by the English name of Miles Kwok) posted images of himself with Bannon, a self-described economic nationalist and the executive chairman of conservative media Breitbart News.

The first meeting between Bannon and Guo, who is wanted by the Chinese government on corruption charges, which he says are politically motivated, was held after a press conference in Washington, D.C. on October 5.

At the press conference, Guo gave details on how much of a threat China’s communist regime is to America.

“I wish to inform all my American friends… that the Chinese communist regime has two well established, well formulated plans,” said Guo via an interpreter, who said the first is the “BGY” strategy, as listed below in one of his recent tweets in English:


The second plan is the so-called 3-F plan, said Guo.

“The purpose of that plan is to weaken the United States. To bring about turmoil in the United States and… to desolate the United States,” he said.

“And these plans actually exist… these plans are real,” he said, and added that the implementation of these plans “has been successful and fast as far as [the CCP] are concerned.”

Guo’s press conference was held a day after a talk he was scheduled to give at the Hudson Institute was canceled only a few hours before it was to begin. The New York-based real estate tycoon with known ties to former top Chinese intelligence officials claimed pressure from the Chinese government brought about the “unprincipled” canceling of that event.

What Guo revealed at the press conference is just part of the mix of secrets that he has divulged over the past six months. Others include details about the hidden offshore wealth of certain high-level Chinese officials, and on how some family members of high level officials have had organ transplants from unwilling so-called donors.


The second time Bannon and Guo met was less than a week after the press conference. As per the above tweet, Gou said he spent 3.5 hours with Bannon and his team in his New York apartment on October 10.

Given that Bannon has had long-standing concerns about how trade with China has harmed American interests, it is of little surprise that he has met with Guo, and is interested in what he has to say.

Just days before Bannon left the White House in mid-August, where he was a senior aide to President Donald Trump, he told The American Prospect that the U.S. is in an economic war with China.

“It’s in all their literature. They’re not shy about saying what they’re doing,” Bannon said.

“To me, the economic war with China is everything. And we have to be maniacally focused on that,” he said. “If we continue to lose it, we’re five years away, I think, ten years at the most, of hitting an inflection point from which we’ll never be able to recover.”

To watch the press conference in full, see this video from News Live:

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