Not surprisingly, the lead Chinese Whistleblower, Miles Guo, aka Gui Wengui, has been personally targeted by anonymous individuals within top level of the Communist Chinese Party.
The man we've come to know as the Whistleblower of the Wuhan Coronavirus is Miles Guo, aka Guo Wengui. Guo is not popular among the largely unknown, globally dispersed and extremely powerful Communists who run the CCP. Guo worked his way up the financial ranks in China with these power-players, then Guo diverged in his thinking and is now a fugitive billionaire.
Miles Guo has been in the middle of controversy for most of his life. As a young adult, Guo was jailed for two years for his participation in peaceful protests in Tiananmen Square, on June 4, 1989; these protests led to the Chinese atrocity known as the Tiananmen Square Massacre. Guo is said to rumored to have learned a great deal during his subsequent jail time in Beijing, which was shared with many other imprisoned intellectuals.
Guo has remained in exile here in the U.S. in spite of numerous extradition attempts by China, including in collaboration with the U.S. government. He doesn't fit the model of a typical, fearful fugitive and is the subject of great intrigue in his home country of China. Guo claims he has evidence of corruption at the highest levels of politics and business in China. The Chinese government and leading Chinese media have implied it’s Guo who is tainted by corruption.
During his exile here, Guo has linked senior officials in Beijing with the HNA Group, the mysterious and powerful Chinese company that conducted a highly leveraged, international deal spree that made them the biggest shareholder of Deutsche Bank and Hilton Worldwide Holdings.*
HNA is one of a handful of major Chinese conglomerates that spent a lot of money in the last decade to make ambitious acquisitions abroad, often using powerful political connections at the top to bypass business regulations and borrow heavily from state banks - just as Guo has reported. Chinese authorities stepped in to run HNA after its CEO was murdered and it struggles to overcome a massive debt crisis made worse by the coronavirus outbreak.**
As a real estate magnate, Guo was behind Pangu Plaza, a dragon-shaped building near Beijing’s Olympic stadium. Like most entrepreneurs in China, Guo had to work closely with the government and government officials before leaving China. Chinese business people who flee China after such relationships turn bad usually try to quietly resolve their issues with Beijing. But Guo has gone in a different, personally risky direction by making himself a public enemy of the powerful forces within the CCP.
Since arriving in the U.S., Guo has become a member of Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort. Guo has put himself close to centers of power here; he's been very proactive in revealing corruption in the CCP. Moreover, Guo is working ambitiously to give the mainland Chinese and the world an alternative to a CCP-run China by creating an alternative, powerful infrastructure structure to comprise mainland China.
On June 4, 2020, Guo announced to the world the creation of the New Federal State of China. For the time being, this is a virtual state. Guo has creatively taken advantage of high technology alternatives to traditional modalities or modes, such as substituting a virtual currency for Chinese currency, creation of virtual stores, media channels and much more.
Guo continues to expand public awareness of this alternative country, together with top echelon CCP misdeeds, through his GNews media network.