Events in China confirm WMR reports on what Neil Heywood knew and why he was offed

(WMR)—British Prime Minister David Cameron, visiting Indonesia, now feels there are enough questions concerning last November’s suspicious death in Chongqing of British businessman Neil Heywood, a chief adviser to purged Chinese Communist Party Chongqing leader Bo Xilai, that he wants a full explanation by the Chinese government. China’s government, which has arrested Bo’s wife Gu Kailai, has announced it is reopening its investigation of Heywood’s murder, which was attributed to a heart attack or alcohol poisoning.

Recent reports suggest that Gu was involved in murdering Heywood because he had knowledge of criminal activities involving her and her husband. Bo was slated to be named a member of the Politburo of the Chinese Communist Party. Bo has now been stripped of his party posts by party leaders loyal to incoming President Xi Jinping. WMR previously reported that Bo was the favored candidate to assume the Chinese presidency by the Rothschild/George Soros banking network, as well as global neo-conservative elements hoping that Bo would act as a Chinese “Gorbachev” and transform China from a hybrid communist-capitalist system to a pure capitalist system.

However, Bo and Gu, are close to a number of Canadian politicians and business tycoons form his days as mayor of Dalian and China’s Commerce Minister, increasingly fell afoul of Chinese Communist leaders. The attempt by Bo’s police chief in Chongwing, Wang Lijun, to seek asylum in the U.S. Consulate General in Chengdu triggered a major Chinese government investigation of Bo and his wife.

Bo and Gu have not only been linked financially and politically to Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, former Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien, Canadian business mogul Paul Desmarais and his son Andre Desmarais, but their son, Bo Guagua, who has received a prized prep school and university education in Britain, is believed to have been groomed for future Chinese leadership positions by the Rothschilds and members of the Tory government, now headed by Cameron. The British Prime Minister has been accused of dragging his feet on the Heywood murder investigation in order to not upset Bo and his wife or the Chinese government before Bo’s downfall from power. With Gu and one of her assistants now under suspicion of murdering Heywood, Cameron has become more proactive on the Heywood investigation.

On April 2, 2012, WMR reported: “Heywood, fluent in Mandarin Chinese and the reported handler of Bo Guagua, Bo’s son, at the exclusive British Papplewich and Harrow boarding schools, as well as at Oxford University, was a consultant to Hakluyt & Company, Ltd., a secretive British private intelligence firm established in 1995 and linked to the Rothschilds. Chinese officials reported that Heywood died in his hotel room from severe alcohol poisoning, but his friends pointed out that he was a teetotaler.”

Cameron’s “crocodile tears” in Jakarta shed over Heywood’s death now appears to be political theater designed to not only distance himself from the Bo clique in Chongqing but to provide political cover for his fellow Tory and friend Harper.

Previously published in the Wayne Madsen Report.

Copyright © 2012

Wayne Madsen is a Washington, DC-based investigative journalist and nationally-distributed columnist. He is the editor and publisher of the Wayne Madsen Report (subscription required).

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